Are you looking for the deadline to request an absentee ballot for the Scottsdale, Arizona elections? If so, you've come to the right place. All official election materials, such as ballots, are marked (as required by law) as “Do Not Resend: Return Service is Requested”. You can submit an online request at Request, maricopa, vote. It's not required, but a spokeswoman for the Maricopa County Recorder's Office says it's a good idea.
This makes it easy for officials to contact you if there are any problems with your ballot or if they have any questions about your signature.It's faster if they don't have to search for your contact information. Your phone number will not be saved. If you lost or damaged your ballot by mail, you can request a replacement one by mail or in person. You also have the option to vote in person.Your ballot must arrive at the registry office before the month of August.
Candidates are encouraged to consult the Constitution of the State of Arizona, the Arizona Revised Statutes, the Statutes of the City of Scottsdale, and the Scottsdale City Code for legal requirements related to candidates for elected office in Scottsdale. Election officials will begin counting early ballots, including mail-in ballots, 14 days before the election. Learn how to sign up for the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) for all eligible elections or how to request a ballot by mail for a specific election.