Election Day is Tuesday, November 6, 2012.The deadline to register to vote was Tuesday, October 9, 2012.
Are you ready for Election Day? Do you have lingering questions about the election?
Take a look at our collection of resources and become a truly informed voter.
«Need to find your polling place? Use Maricopa County's Polling Place Locator!
You will need to input your home address. Available in English and Spanish. «¿Necesita buscar su lugar de votación? Usa el Localizador de Lugar de Votación del condado Maricopa! Usted tendrá que entrar su dirección. Disponible en inglés y en español.
Maricopa County Elections Department
Find out if you are registered to vote, how to update your voter registration, if you are on the early voting list, and more. View Election FAQs.Arizona Voter Registration and Education
At the Arizona Secretary of State's website you can find information on the qualifications and process for registering to vote, the proof of citizenship requirement, the early ballot/vote by mail procedure and more.2012 Voters Guide
AZCentral's site provides biographical information about candidates, reporters' coverage of key races, campaign finance data, and a "Fact Check" feature to review the accuracy of candidates' public statements. Use the "search by address" tool to learn about the candidates running in your area, the "search by district" function for information about federal, state, and county candidates plus ballot measures. And learn more about a specific candidate by typing their name in the "search by candidate" tool.Smart Voter
This site provides voters with comprehensive nonpartisan information about the contests on their ballot in an easy-to-use presentation. It also provides a means for candidates to publish information about themselves and their candidacy directly to voters. The service is made available through partnerships with the League of Women Voters and election officials of various U.S. states and local communities.Project Vote Smart
Here you can find candidate information such as campaign finances, issues positions, voting records, and public statements. Project Vote Smart is a volunteer organization dedicated to creating awareness among U.S. citizens regarding politicals candidates and elected officials so that they can make informed decisions at the polls.U.S. Electoral College: U.S. Voting & Election Resources
This site contains links to resources on topics including voting, the election process, campaign finance, and state elections.Can I vote?
This nonpartisan web site was created by state election officials to help eligible voters find out how and where to go vote.Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids: Election Process
These pages explain the election process for federal officials simply for kids in grades 9 through 12.