Election Day is today; here’s what’s on the ballot in Maricopa County

School overrides, bonds, and budget increases are on the line across the county.
Voters across Arizona are making their voices heard on overrides, school district bonds budgets and more on Tuesday's Election Day.
Published: Oct. 10, 2023 at 10:09 AM MST|Updated: Nov. 7, 2023 at 7:58 AM MST
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PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - On Tuesday, voters in several local jurisdictions will be asked to decide whether to approve school overrides, municipal and school district bonds, and budget increases. Find more information about this year’s jurisdictional elections below.

Where can I vote?

Election day is on Tuesday, Nov. 7. Eligible voters across six cities and 23 school districts were mailed ballots on Oct. 11 for this latest election. Maricopa County officials say that all voting locations will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on election day. If you damage or lose your ballot, voters can request a replacement ballot until closing time today. Click/tap here for voting locations.

Where is my vote tabulated? Is it safe and secure?

Ballots are processed and tabulated at the Maricopa County Ballot and Tabulation Center (MCTEC) in Phoenix. In the interest of transparency, Maricopa County Elections provides video feeds from inside to give the public access in the counting process. Cameras are available in signature verification and early ballot processing. Unofficial results will be posted starting around 8 p.m. at Results.Maricopa.Vote

Where can I register to vote in future elections?

The Maricopa County Elections website makes it easy for eligible voters to register online. You must be a U.S. citizen, an Arizona resident, and be 18 years or older by election day. In Arizona, you cannot register if you’ve been convicted of a felony and have not had your civil rights restored. First-time convicts have their voting privileges restored about sentencing and (if applicable) restitution payment. You cannot vote if a judge has ruled you are incapacitated.

What school districts have questions this election?

  • Agua Fria Union High School District, No.216 - Bond - PAMPHLET
  • Alhambra Elementary School District, No. 68 - Site Sale - PAMPHLET
  • Avondale Elementary School District, No. 44 - Bond - PAMPHLET
  • Deer Valley Unified School District, No. 97 - Bond & Override - PAMPHLET
  • Fountain Hills Unified School District, No. 98 - Bond & Site Sale - PAMPHLET
  • Fowler Elementary School District, No. 45 - Override - PAMPHLET
  • Gila Bend Unified School District, No. 24 - Override - PAMPHLET
  • Gilbert Unified School District, No. 41 - Bond & Override - PAMPHLET
  • Glendale Elementary School District, No. 40 - Bond, Override, Site Sale, District Additional Assistance - PAMPHLET
  • Kyrene Elementary School District, No. 28 - Bond & District Additional Assistance - PAMPHLET
  • Liberty Elementary School District, No. 25 - Bond - PAMPHLET
  • Litchfield Elementary School District, No. 79 - Bond - PAMPHLET
  • Littleton Elementary School District, No. 65 - Override - PAMPHLET
  • Madison Elementary School District, No. 38 - Bond & Override - PAMPHLET
  • Mesa Unified School District, No. 4 - Bond & Override - PAMPHLET
  • Osborn Elementary School District, No. 8 - Bond & District Additional Assistance - PAMPHLET
  • Paradise Valley Unified School District, No. 69 - Bond - PAMPHLET
  • Pendergast Elementary School District, No. 92 - Bond & Override - PAMPHLET
  • Phoenix Union High School District, No. 210 - Bond - PAMPHLET
  • Queen Creek Unified School District, No. 95 - Bond & Override - PAMPHLET
  • Scottsdale Unified School District, No. 48 - Override - PAMPHLET

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