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​Election: The Informed Voter

Are you ready for Election Day? Do you have lingering questions about candidates or issues? 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. 

¿Necesita buscar su lugar de votación?

Usa el Localizador de Lugar de Votación del condado Maricopa! Usted tendrá que entrar su dirección. 


Voting Resources 

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.

City of Phoenix
For more information about the upcoming election, contact the Phoenix City Clerk Department at 602-261-VOTE (8683) or visit

Arizona Republic: What's On Your Ballot?

Find information on Arizona candidates and ballot propositions for the 2018 midterm election on November 6, 2018.

Official Voting Information for Judges
In Arizona you have the right to decide which of our State's judges stay on the bench and which don't. Start by checking out a short video and then use the information on this website to learn about the judges you'll be voting on so you can finish the ballot!


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 political candidates and elected officials so that they can make informed decisions at the polls.
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.

For Kids

Law for -  Kids Voting Arizona, Parent Resource
It is time to get your students civically engaged!! This November, Arizona will vote for a Governor, U.S. Senator, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Attorney General and many more. Show your students how important voting is NOW so that they vote when they are 18. The more they practice, the better they will do when they are of age to 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.

This site offers a variety of "games" to help kids learn more about "Citizenship and Participation," including voting.  You'll need to create a free account to play.  The site also provides resources for parents and teachers.

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