Primary election for Arizona voters
Tuesday, August 26th, 2014
YOUR VOTE DOES COUNT! Get out and VOTE!
Here's some information issued by Arizona Secretary of State office.
Polling places will open Tuesday at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Any voter already in line at 7 p.m. will be able to cast a ballot. Voters may find their polling place at www.azsos.gov and clicking on the Voter View icon or contacting the County Recorder. If voters have cast an early mail ballot, they should not vote in person. Early ballots may be dropped off with election officials at any polling place in their county of residence. Quartzsite Senior Center is the polling location for Quartzsite voters.
The Secretary of State’s Office is projecting statewide voter turnout around 25 percent. Statewide voter turnout in primary elections over the last decade has fallen within that range for non-presidential elections.
WHO MAY CAST A VOTE
Arizona’s primary election is open to all registered voters, including independent and unaffiliated voters, as well as those who are members of unrecognized parties. These voters must request the ballot of one of the following parties: Republican, Democratic, Libertarian or Americans Elect.
BRING THIS TO THE POLLS
Every voter must show identification before being able to cast a ballot at a polling place. The voter must provide:
- one piece of ID that bears his/her name, address and photograph (Ex: An Arizona driver license), or
- two forms of ID that bear his/her name and address (Ex: a utility bill and bank statement), or
- one form of acceptable photo ID with another form of non-photo ID that includes his/her name and address (Ex: a passport and utility bill).
The Secretary of State’s Office has an Election Night Reporting system [Click Here] for displaying voting results. This system is online at www.azsos.gov, and will provide up-to-the-minute updates Tuesday evening as counties report unofficial voting results. Click on the “Customize My Search” icon (on the right side of the front page) to select specific races you’d like to follow.
Initial unofficial results should be reported around 8 p.m., with updates throughout the evening as they become available.
Quartzsite Senior Center on Moon Mountain Rd.
is the polling location for Quartzsite voters.
Doors open at 6am and CLOSE at 7pm
Get out and VOTE!