What you need to know before heading to the pollsPosted: Updated:
PHOENIX -- Arizona's primary election is under way, and you have until 7 p.m. to cast your vote.
All registered voters can cast a ballot in the election, and every voter must show a driver's license or two forms of ID with their names and addresses on them, such as utility bills and bank statements.
Also acceptable are one form of photo ID with another form of non-photo ID, such as a passport and a utility bill.
The Secretary of State's Office is projecting voter turnout to be around 20 to 25 percent.
Statewide voter turnout in primary elections over the last decade has fallen within that range.
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