The city of Scottsdale is committed to ensuring that all eligible voters have the opportunity to cast their ballots. Those who requested an absentee ballot but ended up voting in person should not mail a ballot and vote in person. Some counties allow voters to vote in person on election day. Voters will receive a new ballot and the ballot sent by mail will be cancelled.
If you are looking for more detailed information, you can find the contact information for the local county clerk here. If a voter is unable to vote during the early voting period, emergency voting is available from 5 p.m. on the Friday before election day to 5 p.m. on the Monday before election day.
In mail-only elections, citizens will automatically receive a ballot in their mailbox starting 27 days before the election. 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. Voting is an essential part of our democracy and it is important that all eligible voters understand their rights and responsibilities when it comes to casting their ballots. The city of Scottsdale is devoted to providing accurate information about who is eligible to vote in local elections so that everyone can make their voice heard.
In order to be eligible to vote in Scottsdale, Arizona elections, you must meet certain criteria. You must be a U. S. citizen, at least 18 years old on or before election day, and a resident of Arizona for at least 29 days prior to the election.
You must also be registered to vote at least 29 days prior to the election. It is important to note that if you have been convicted of a felony, you may not be eligible to vote until your civil rights have been restored. Additionally, if you are under guardianship or conservatorship due to mental incapacity, you may not be eligible to vote. If you are unsure if you are eligible to vote in Scottsdale elections, you can contact your local county clerk for more information.
It is important that all eligible voters understand their rights and responsibilities when it comes to casting their ballots so that everyone can make their voice heard.