2018 Election – Arizona Votes
The 2018 Election will be held on Tuesday, November 6th. This year Arizonans will also be electing candidates to the US House of Representatives, the US Senate, the state legislature, state governor as well as several local offices.
All Arizona residents who are U.S. Citizens, and who have not had their voting rights rescinded due to a felony conviction or have been adjudicated incompetent, have the right to vote. In Arizona you can register to vote online if the MVD has your signature on file. If not, you can find registration forms at most government offices, i.e. the Post Office, or you can download a form and mail it in:
Where do Arizona candidates stand on out-of-school time programs?
When the legislative session concludes each year, Children’s Action Alliance brings you their annual report card, Who’s for Kids and Who’s Just Kidding?, a look at how your representatives and senators in the state legislature cast their ballots on priority bills during the legislative session.
- Arizona Out-of-School Time Advocates: Click here for list of Legislative candidates who pledged their support for Arizona out-of-school time programs.
- Arizona Out-of-School Time Survey: We sent a survey to every candidate for the U.S. Congress, giving them the opportunity to share their views on OST programs. Click here for the responses.
As a section 501(c)(3) organization, AzCASE does not support or oppose any candidate for public office. Rather, we seek to educate the public about the views of candidates on these important issues.
List of 2018 Candidates
- Federal and State candidates : Aug. 28 Primary
- Visit your County Recorder for the list of other offices and candidates
Nonpartisan Voter Resources
Links to candidates’ websites can be found on the political party websites:
- Republican Party candidates
- Democratic Party candidates
- Libertarian Party candidates
- Green Party candidates
- Links to other AZ political party websites
Voter Registration, Polling Places, District Information, & Early Ballot Requests
- I need to Register to Vote or update my registration,
- I want to register to be a Permanent Early Voter (receive your ballot in the mail for every election)
- I want to request an early ballot from my County Recorder
- I want to find my polling place
- What forms of ID do I need to show when voting at the polls?
- Which districts do I live in?
- I’m registered Independent and I want to vote in the primary (2014 blog post)
- I want to check if I’m already registered to vote or signed up for a early ballot.
Primary Election: Tuesday, August 28th
Voter Registration Closes: Monday, July 30th @ midnight
General Election: November 6th
Voter Registration Closes: Tuesday, October 9th @ midnight
Clean Elections Debates
As part of the Citizens Clean Elections initiative, public debates are held for all state offices, including State Senate and State House of Representatives in the legislative districts (LDs), where there is at least 1 candidate who is receiving public funding for their campaign. Click here for dates, times, and locations.