Statement: It’s too late to register to vote for the Nov. 3 General Election.
Fact: You have until Thursday, October 15 to register.
· A Federal appeals court has cut off an extension for Arizona’s voter registration deadline.
· If a voter registered between October 5, the original deadline, and October 15, the current deadline, their registration will be honored.- As there may be additional appeals, those planning to register to vote beyond October 15 need to check the Maricopa County Recorder’s election site.
· Ballots were mailed out starting October 7 ballots; if you plan to mail-in your ballot, the last day to do so is October 27.
· Voting Centers began opening for vote in person and also to drop your completed ballot:
. Open: Scottsdale Center, 8029 E. Roosevelt St—voting and mail in. Dates and hours
. Open: Scottsdale City Hall–drop your mail-in ballot only. Dates and hours
. Additional Voting Center locations in Scottsdale to open during October. Dates and hours here.
. Ballots from Vote Centers and designated drop boxes are delivered daily to the recorder’s office.
There are no assigned voting locations. Choose any location
in the county that works with your schedule. Additionally, Voting Centers are
open from 6 a.m.-7 p.m. Election Day.
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