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Voters must now show proof of identity at the poll before they will be given a ballot. One form of government-issued identification is acceptable as long as it shows the name and address of the voter, or two forms of non-photo identification.
Acceptable voter identification includes:
- Valid Arizona driver license or non-operating identification card;
- Tribal enrollment card or other tribal identification;
- Valid U.S. federal, state or local government-issued identification.
Acceptable non-photo identification:
- Utility bill dated within 90 days of the election;
- Electricity, gas, water, solid waste, sewer, phone, cell phone or cable bills are acceptable;
- Valid Arizona vehicle registration;
- Bank or credit-union statement dated within 90 days of the elecyion;
- Indian census card;
- Property tax statement of the voter's residence;
- Vehicle insurance card;
- Recorder's certificate;
- Valid federal, state or local government-issued identification, including a voter registration card issued by the county recorder.
- You will not be allowed into polling places if your clothing has any campaign messages on it.
- Polls are the least crowded between 9am and 3pm
- If you are IN LINE at your proper polling location by 7pm your vote is counted.
- If you vote at the wrong polling place your vote WILL NOT count.