Canceling Voter Registration
If you wish to cancel your Arizona voter registration, contact your local County Recorder's office for instructions.
To view your current voter registration status, visit my.arizona.vote or click the link below to access the Arizona Voter Information Portal.
When you move, your voter registration does not automatically update. If you move out of state, please let your County Recorder know to cancel your Arizona registration.
Information About Voter Registration Cancellation
A County Recorder may cancel a voter registration if it is determined that the registrant is deceased, has been convicted of a felony, or has been adjudicated mentally incapacitated by a court of law. A.R.S. § 16-165.
A voter registration that has been in an inactive status for two Federal election cycles (i.e., four years) may also be cancelled. A.R.S. § 16-166(E). A County Recorder may move a voter registration to inactive status only after sending the voter two pieces of Official Election Mail that were returned to the County's office by the United States Postal Service marked "undeliverable." If the address where you receive mail has changed, please update your voter registration.
Inactive voters will be eligible to vote only after updating their address with the County Recorder. Once this occurs, a voter will be moved back to active status.