Want to vote in next month's primary? You have until midnight to register

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PHOENIX -- Arizona residents who haven't registered to vote or who need to update their registration must do so by midnight Monday in order to cast a ballot in the state's Aug. 24 primary election.

To facilitate as many new voters as possible, Secretary of State Ken Bennett will conduct a voter-registration drive on Monday from 4:30 p.m. to midnight. The registration drive will take place just west of the executive tower at the State Capitol in Phoenix.

Arizona voters who are already registered need not reregister in order to cast a ballot. Early voting begins July 29.

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KEY DETAILS
What: Voter registration drive hosted by the Secretary of State’s Office
When: Monday (July 26), 4:30 p.m. - Midnight
Where: Parking lot on west side of Executive Tower at State Capitol, 1700 W. Washington St. (Adjacent to 18th Ave., between Jefferson Road and Washington Street)
Why: Registration deadline is midnight Monday to participate in the Aug. 24 Primary Election More information: Visit www.azsos.gov.
 
Citizens also may visit servicearizona.com to register to vote online.
 
NOTE: New registrants must prove U.S. citizenship. Citizenship can be proven by presenting an Arizona drivers license or non-operating ID (if issued after Oct. 1, 1996). Additional acceptable forms of ID/documentation are available at www.azsos.gov/election/How_to_register.htm.