EARLY VOTING INFORMATION - RUNOFF ELECTION

NOVEMBER 2013 RUNOFF ELECTION
Early Voting Information

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On Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013, the city of Phoenix will hold the Runoff Election for voters in Council Districts 4 and 8 to elect a council member.  Phoenix voters can vote early either by mail or at early voting locations.

Phoenix voters can vote early either by mail or at early voting locations. Voters who received a ballot by mail for the August 2013 Council Election will receive a ballot by mail for the Runoff Election.

Concurrent Elections on November 5

Maricopa County also will be conducting an election for several school districts within the City of Phoenix on Tuesday, Nov. 5. There will be separate ballots for the two elections.  Voters may vote by mail, or at the polls, in either election.

City voters who receive a ballot by mail for the Runoff Election are encouraged to mail in their voted early ballot to avoid having to go to two different locations on Election Day.  City voters who do not vote by mail are encouraged to visit any one of the 11 voting centers on Saturday, Nov. 2 and Monday, Nov. 4 to vote in the runoff election because polling places for the school district elections will be different than the City's Voting Centers on Election Day.  

Permanent Early Voting List

Arizona law allows voters to place their name on a Permanent Early Voting List, which is maintained by the County Recorder. Once you are on this list, you do not have to request that an early ballot be mailed to you for each election. Instead, by being on this list, an early ballot will be mailed to you approximately 26 days prior to the election. For more information about this list, visit the Maricopa County Recorder's website. 

Requests for an Early Ballot by Mail

Registered voters who are not on the Permanent Early Voting List, but wish to receive an early ballot by mail, may request a ballot.  Request forms are available by clicking on the link below.  Request forms can also be obtained by calling the City Clerk Department, Records and Elections Division, at the phone number listed below. The City Clerk must receive a signed, written request for an early ballot by mail no later than 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25.


Mailing of the Early Ballots

Early ballots will be mailed beginning about 26 days before the election (early October). If you will be away from your regular mailing address at that time and wish to have your ballot mailed to another address, please contact the City Clerk Department at the phone number listed below. The early ballot packet will include instructions for voting the ballot.

Voted early ballots must be received by the City Clerk Department by 7 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013. The ballots may be returned by mail, be delivered to the City Clerk Department at City Hall, 200 W. Washington St., or dropped off at any early voting or voting center location.


Early Voting Locations

Voters who wish to vote early may vote early at Phoenix City Hall, 200 W. Washington St., 15th floor, between Thursday, Oct. 10 and Friday, Nov. 1. Additional early voting locations will be available on the second and third Saturdays prior to Election Day. Click on the link below for a list of these locations and their voting hours.

 

  • Early Ballot Request Form
  • Early Voting Frequently Asked Questions
  • Early Voting Instructions
  • Early Voting Locations
  • View a map and list of voting center locations
     

  
Additional Information

For additional information, call the City Clerk Department, Records and Elections Division, at 602-261-VOTE (8683) or TTY 602-534-2737.