Permanent Early Voting List
Arizona has a law that allows voters to place their names on a Permanent Early Voting List. Voters on this list will automatically receive an early ballot, by mail, approximately 26 days before each election in which the voter is qualified to participate.
For more information on the Permanent Early Voting List, visit the Maricopa County Elections Department website at www.recorder.maricopa.gov or call 602-506-1511.
Permanent Early Voting List - Primary Election Ballot Designation Required
The Primary Election is an open partisan primary. This means that if a registered voter on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) is affiliated with a recognized political party, the voter will automatically receive an early ballot for that party. The recognized political parties that have an open primary election are Democrat, Republican, Green, and Americans Elect. (Pursuant to a federal court order, only registered Arizona Libertarian voters may vote in the Libertarian Party Primary Election.)
If a registered voter on the PEVL is affiliated with an unrecognized political party (Non-Partisan, Independent, Other or no preference), the voter will not automatically receive an early ballot, and, therefore, must designate which ballot they prefer (Republican, Democratic, Green Party or Americans Elect). The voter may also choose to receive a city-only ballot which will not include party affiliated candidates.
In order to designate a ballot preference, the voter can return the “90 Day Notice” card to the Maricopa County Elections Department. If the voter no longer has the “90 Day Notice” card, he/she may contact the Maricopa County Elections Department (602-506-1511) to designate which party ballot he/she wishes to receive for early voting in the Primary Election. The voter may also make their party selection online at https://recorder.maricopa.gov/earlyvoteballotnet/evbrequest.aspx.
This process does not apply to the General Election.
Lista de Votantes de Antes de la Elección Permanente en español.