If you're looking to cast your vote in the upcoming Scottsdale, Arizona elections, you may be wondering how to request an early ballot. Fortunately, the process is relatively straightforward. First, it's important to note that if you requested an absentee ballot but ended up voting in person, you should not mail a ballot and vote in person. Some counties allow voters to vote in person on election day, and if you do so, you will receive a new ballot and the ballot sent by mail will be cancelled.
For specific information about your county's rules and regulations, you can find the contact information for the local county clerk here. Provisional ballots are counted 10 business days after a general election and 5 days for all other elections. To ensure that your vote is counted, you can sign up for the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) for all eligible elections or request a ballot by mail for a specific election. To do so, visit this page and follow the instructions provided.