Arizona Voter Guide

Arizona Voter Guide

FAQs about voting in Arizona

How bond and override elections work in Maricopa County
Your ballot is probably on the way, but what are you voting on? Here's how bond and override elections work in Maricopa County.
map of vote centers in maricopa county
Voting has begun across Maricopa County on various bonds and overrides, funding mechanisms for everything from school renovations and teacher salaries to city parks and public safety infrastructure.
Jul. 12, 2022
Every two years, Arizonans cast their votes in primary and general elections. And every two years, critics complain it takes too many days for all the votes to be counted. Through KJZZ’s Q&AZ project, a listener asked: Why does the vote counting process take so long?
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Aug. 6, 2022
An early ballot for Maricopa County
Why have we not yet received our Arizona voter ballots in the mail? How do we find out when our ballots will arrive?
Oct. 18, 2022
putting a ballot in a mailbox
KJZZ is partnering with America Amplified to answer questions about how to participate in the 2022 midterm elections. Here are some of the top question about early voting in Arizona we've answered so far.
Sep. 26, 2022

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GRIC got a big shout-out at the White House Tribal Nations Summit
Vice President Kamala Harris reflected on her recent trip to the Gila River Indian Community from the stage of the third annual White House Tribal Nations Summit earlier this week.
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Ex-Trump attorney, AG to meet amid fake electors inquiry
Amid an ongoing investigation of the fake electors who tried to change the 2020 presidential election results in Arizona, Democratic Attorney General Kris Mayes is expected to meet with a key attorney for former President Donald Trump on Monday.
Tempe mayor touts affordable housing in 2023 State of the City address
Mayor Corey Woods gave Tempe’s annual State of the City address Friday. He highlighted the recent launch of a park rangers program and the upcoming launch of a Real Time Operations Center, which will use GPS data and other technology to improve the city’s response to emergencies.
Poll says AZ Latinos are skeptical of Democrats and Republicans
Hundreds of Arizonans were surveyed last month as part of a national poll of the Latino electorate one year ahead of the next major election.
Díaz: Why a kink in AZs election calendar needs a bipartisan fix — fast
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New Mexico delegation outraged at move to block expanded nuclear radiation compensation
All members of New Mexico’s congressional delegation expressed outrage with the U.S. House leadership’s move to block compensation for people sickened by exposure to radiation during nuclear weapons testing and the mining of uranium during the Cold War.
Free pop-up dental clinic in Phoenix reaches patient capacity by noon Friday
The annual dental clinic sponsored by Arizona Dental Association Cares Foundation (AzDA Cares) at the State Fairgrounds had reached capacity by noon Friday. Organizers said many people under the federal poverty level put off dental care due to cost.
Hobbs will send National Guard if Lukeville port remains closed
Gov. Katie Hobbs plans to send National Guard troops to the Arizona-Mexico border if the Biden Administration does not reopen the Lukeville Port of Entry soon.
AZ Supreme Court abortion case could end in 3-3 tie
The state Supreme Court will decide whether nearly all abortions are illegal in Arizona with only six justices. And that leads to the possibility of a 3-to-3 tie.
NewsCap: Biden could lose Arizona over Lukeville standoff
Marcus Dell’Artino of First Strategic and former state lawmaker Aaron Lieberman joined The Show top talk about the closing of a key border crossing in Arizona, the decision to not replace an Arizona Supreme Court justice who’s recusing himself over abortion laws and more news of the week.