Registering to Vote in Arizona
Are you a new resident to the state of Arizona and want to participate in the upcoming election? If you’ve just recently moved to Tucson, AZ, our Tucson long-distance movers recommend you get up to speed with the process for registering to vote in Arizona. Since not every state has the same voter registration requirements, it’s very important to know what the regulations for your new state are before you move.
Our Tucson local movers have listed the requirements for registering to vote in Arizona so you can make sure you’re qualified.
Arizona Voter Registration Rules
To register to vote in Arizona you must:
- Be a citizen of the United States;
- Be a resident of Arizona and your county at least 29 days preceding the next election;
- Be 18 years old on or before the next general election;
- Be able to write your name or mark, unless prevented from so doing by physical disability;
- Not have been convicted of treason or a felony (or have had your civil rights restored); and
- Not currently be declared an incapacitated person by a court of law
Where to Register to Vote in Arizona
Our Tucson movers understand the importance of making sure you’re able to participate in an election, so we created this of places you can go for registering to vote in Arizona .
- Online thought Service Arizona EZ Voter Registration
- By mail, print a form from online and mail it to your County Recorder’s Office
- In person, by visiting your County Recorder’s Office
- Address confidentiality program members can register only through the ACP process
What Happens After I Register to Vote?
In about four to six weeks after you have turned your information in, you will receive your voter registration card in the mail. The card will have the name and location of your voting precinct listed and your polling place.
If you don’t receive your card in the mail before election day, contact your County Recorder’s Office to make sure your form was received and is being processed.