PHOENIX – Elections are never finished on Election Day, in part because Arizona law gives voters time to correct certain issues with their ballots. “In the next few days, Arizonans likely are going to hear about ‘curing’ ballots,” Secretary of State Katie Hobbs said. “Arizona law includes this important step to help ensure all eligible votes are counted.”
PHOENIX – Voting locations opened at 6 a.m. across the state today, for the last day of voting in the 2020 General Election. Secretary of State Katie Hobbs is encouraging voters to make a plan before heading out to vote.
PHOENIX – Arizona has more than 4.7 million registered voters who are eligible to participate in the 2020 General Election. Voter registration has increased by more than 388,000 Arizonans since the quarterly voter registration update in January, and by close to 246,000 since the last quarterly voter registration update in August.
PHOENIX – As early voting locations are opening and voters across the state are receiving ballots-by-mail, the Secretary of State’s Office is issuing public guidance to ensure all eligible Arizonans have a safe voting experience.
PHOENIX – As the 2020 General Election approaches, Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs reminds those who plan on voting that they need to be registered no later than Monday, October 5. Arizonans can register online by 11:59 p.m. or by filling out and returning a paper form, which must be received by the county recorder or postmarked October 5. Arizonans can access both registration options on Arizona.Vote (link is external).
PHOENIX – Ahead of National Voter Registration Day, the Secretary of State’s Office is proud to announce an upgrade to ServiceArizona.com that allows voters to register or update their voter registration online even if their residence location does not have a standard address.
PHOENIX – Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs and Assistant Secretary of State Allie Bones will host the next Facebook Live event in the Live at Noon series. Each of these events will highlight important election-related information.
PHOENIX – The Arizona Secretary of State’s Office will be certifying the results of the 2020 Primary Election on Monday, August 17 at 10 a.m.
PHOENIX – It is Election Day, and the Secretary of State’s Office is reminding voters that polling places and vote centers across the state are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
PHOENIX – Arizona has 4.4 million registered voters, according to a quarterly report from the Secretary of State’s Office. Voter registration has increased by more than 64,000 Arizonans since the last quarterly voter registration update in April.
PHOENIX – The Arizona Secretary of State’s Office will hold a mock election for media to test the election result reporting system on Thursday, July 30 ahead of the Primary Election.
PHOENIX – Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs is hosting a Facebook Live Town Hall event called Live at Noon to discuss voting in the upcoming Arizona primary election, at noon on Tuesday, July 28.
PHOENIX – The deadline to request a ballot-by-mail for the 2020 Primary Election is Friday, July 24, 2020 at 5 p.m.
PHOENIX – Governor Doug Ducey today issued an Executive Order to bolster the election efforts of Secretary of State Katie Hobbs and election officials across the state by making available additional state assets. The order instructs the Department of...
PHOENIX – With the August 4, 2020 Primary Election just weeks away, the Secretary of State’s Office has released two guides to ensure that voters, election staff and officials stay safe during the early voting period and on Election Day.
PHOENIX – Early voting for the 2020 Primary Election starts on July 8, when ballots are mailed to voters on the Permanent Early Voting List and voters who have requested a ballot-by-mail, and in-person early voting starts at county recorders’ offices and...
PHOENIX – The last day to register to vote to participate in the 2020 Primary Election is Monday, July 6. To register to vote in Arizona, a voter must meet the following qualifications: ...
PHOENIX – Governor Doug Ducey in partnership with Secretary of State Katie Hobbs announced today the investment of $9 million in CARES Act funding to support safe and secure voting in Arizona during the 2020 election season. The majority of funding will be...
PHOENIX – As part of our #TrustedInfo effort, the Secretary of State’s Office is hosting an Initiative Filing webinar for the public and the press on Tuesday, June 30, 2020.
PHOENIX – From its early days as a small college in Prescott, Arizona, Grand Canyon University has been growing ever since. With increasing enrollment numbers, Grand Canyon College relocated to Phoenix in 1951 and began developing its new campus. The Grand...