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“Maricopa County strives to provide excellence in all elections, and jurisdictional elections are no exception,”

The Maricopa County Elections Department began mailing out ballots on Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019, for the upcoming election. 

According to the department, over 1.8 million voters are living in one or more of the 29 districts holding an election. All eligible voters received a ballot by mail in the next few days.

“Maricopa County strives to provide excellence in all elections, and jurisdictional elections are no exception,” Recorder Adrian Fontes said. “I encourage all voters to check their mailbox for their ballot and vote with confidence at their home, or visit one of the Ballot Replacement Centers that will be opening around the county between now and Election Day.”

Voters have the option of mailing their ballot back, depositing their ballot at a Ballot Drop Box, or visiting a Ballot Replacement Center. Voters who chose to return their ballot through the postal service are encouraged to complete and send their ballot by Oct. 30 to ensure the ballot reaches the Elections Department by Election Day.

For a list of locations and hours of operation, visit Locations.Maricopa.Vote. For more information on voter eligibility for the upcoming election, visit Maricopa.Vote or call (602) 506-1511.

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 5.