USA Election Calendar

Calendar

State Primary:
August 2, 2022

Election Day:
November 8, 2022

JFK

"A nation that is afraid to let its people judge the truth and falsehood in an open market is a nation that is afraid of its people."

- John F Kennedy

What's On My Election Ballot?

Election Races!
What's On My Ballot?

Click on the button below, look for "Find what's on your Ballot" and type in your address.

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Hint:  For curious minded folks, checking your races is an easy way to discover each district you live in, from Federal to Local!

Polling Stations

Poll Opening & Closing Times

Polls are open in Arizona from
6:00 AM to 7:00 PM
local time.

These times are general. Your polling place may open or close at a different time.

George Washington

"If the freedom of speech is taken away then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter."

- George Washington

USA Voter Information

Voter & Voting 101

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Eligibility requirements
ID requirements
Voter materials transmission options
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Voter and Voting Info

Arizona Election Offices

Arizona Election Office

Get voter registration & info
Polling places and times
Absentee voting
Ballot measures
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Election FAQ

Arizona Dept of Elections

Abraham Lincoln

"Those who deny freedom to others, deserve it not for themselves; and, under a just God, can not long retain it."

- Abraham Lincoln

USA Presidential Elections

Presidential Elections

2024 Presidential Primary:
 TBD 

2024 Presidential Election:
November 5, 2024

How the electoral college works...
11 = the number of electoral votes for the state of Arizona.
538 = the total number of electoral votes in the Electoral College.
270 = number of electoral votes necessary to WIN the Presidential election!

Electoral votes are divvied up based on the Census. Each state gets a number of votes equal to the number of Senators plus Representatives in its U.S. Congressional delegation.
Arizona = 11 electoral votes (2 US Senators + 9 US House Reps).

Arizona awards its 11 electoral votes to the Presidential candidate who wins the election in Arizona.
The first candidate to reach 270 wins the Presidency!

Why 270? If you divide 538 (total electoral votes) in half = 269 = A tie. Therefore, when a candidate hits 270, they have the majority of states electoral votes needed to win.

US Senate

US Senate

2 = the number of US Senators from Arizona.
2 = the number of US Senators per state.
100 = the total number of Senators in the US Senate.
  
50 states x 2 US Senators per state = 100 US Senators.
50 Republicans
48 Democrats
2 Independents
  
Length of term: 6 years.
Term limits: no.
  
In the case of a TIE VOTE in the Senate, the Vice-President casts the tie-breaking vote.
See Arizona's 2 US Senators
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US House of Representatives

US House Of Representatives

9 = number of Members (also called "reps") representing Arizona in the "House."
  
Arizona has 9 districts.
1 House Member per district.
(Yes, each state has a different number of districts)
  
435 = the total number of Members in the House.

220 Democrats
210 Republicans
5 Vacancies
  
Length of term: 2 years.
Term limits: no.
  
See Arizona's US House Members
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Thomas Jefferson

"All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent."

- Thomas Jefferson

Arizona Legislature

Arizona Government

Phoenix is the state capital.
  
Doug Ducey
aRepublicanis Governor.
  
In The Arizona Senate...
30 = the total number of State Senators.
16 Republicans
14 Democrats
Length of term: 2 years.
Term limits: 4 terms (8 years).
  
In The Arizona House of Representatives...
60 = the total number of State House Members (also called "State Reps").
31 Republicans
29 Democrats
Length of term: 2 years.
Term limits: 4 terms (8 years).

What's My District?

What district do I live in?

Find your US Federal District with this handy map's zoom feature.

What's my federal district?

Theodore Roosevelt

"A man who is good enough to shed his blood for his country is good enough to be given a square deal afterwards."

- Theodore Roosevelt

John Adams

"Because power corrupts, society's demands for moral authority and character increase as the importance of the position increases."

- John Adams

FAQ

Why are elections held on a TUESDAY in NOVEMBER?

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Didn't vote in primary. Can I still vote in general election?

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