By Aug 27, Vote No! On 105 & 106

When Can I Vote or Drop Off My Ballot?

  • Monday, August 26th from 9am – 6pm.
    See locations below.
  • Tuesday, August 27th (Election Day), from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
    See locations below.

Protect Light Rail – Vote NO on 105
Protect Phoenix – Vote NO on 106

Do you still have your mail ballot?

It is too late to mail in your ballot! But don’t worry, voting in Phoenix is really easy. See info below.

How to vote in person or drop off your ballot:

You can vote in person or drop off your mail ballot until Friday August 23rd at City Hall or at any of 28 voting centers starting on Saturday, August 24th. This means you do not have to go to a specific polling place and can go to whichever one is closest to you.  This convenient method of voting is only available for City of Phoenix Elections.

What do I Need to Vote?

Have a mail ballot? Just fill your ballot out, put it in the envelope, seal it, and bring it to any voting location. You won’t have to wait in a line or check in with an election official & show ID, all you have to do is drop off your ballot.

Have a family or household member’s ballot? You can only drop other people’s completed, sealed & signed mail ballots off for them if they live in your household, are a family member, or you are their caregiver.  It is illegal to drop anyone else’s ballot off.

Don’t have a mail ballot?  Go to any of the voting centers below. You will need proof of identity.  For most, that is a driver’s license or a state-issued ID with your current address on it.  If you don’t have that, don’t sweat it.  Click here to learn what else you can bring.

Where Do I Vote? Where is My Polling Place?

Unlike in other elections, you can vote at ANY voting center and don’t have to go to one specific polling location based on where you are registered to vote. It is very convenient!

View PHOENIX VOTING CENTERS in a full screen map

How do I Complete My Ballot?

Vote on both Prop 105 and Prop 106

There are two items on your ballot this year. Prop 105 which will kill all light rail extensions and ban future rail projects in Phoenix is on one side. Prop 106 which will cap investment on city services like libraries and parks is on the other side.

For Mail Ballot: Put your ballot in the included envelope and sign it.

In order for your vote to be counted, the City of Phoenix must verify your signature which you will put on the outside of the return envelope. If you don’t sign the return envelope, your vote may not count.

Voter Guide:

Printable Map of Voting Centers

Click to download a printable version of this map.

For more information, or if you have any questions or concerns
call the Phoenix City Clerk at 602-261-8683.

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