> Request Registration/Absentee Ballot > Arizona
You may be already registered to vote. To check, go to Arizona's voter registration verification website. Even if you are registered to vote, you still need to complete the form to receive an absentee ballot. You may not need to fill out this entire form. Check out the instructions below to see what information your State requires.
Open Voter Registration/Absentee Ballot Request
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Only the following blocks are required:
Block 1: Select the category that describes you.
Block 2: To vote in primary elections, you must enter your
political party affiliation. If you are registered non-partisan,
undeclared or with a political party not recognized in
Arizona, you must indicate which recognized party ballot
you want to receive. If you want to change your political
party affiliation, submit a completed FPCA indicating your
new party preference to the local election official no later
than 7 pm on Election Day. Political party affiliation is not
required if only requesting absentee ballots for general
Block 3: Name (Last, First, Middle)
Block 4: Date of Birth
Your Arizona Driver's License number, Non-Operating
Identification License number OR the last four digits of
your Social Security number is required for voter
registration. If you do not possess any of these
identification numbers, the State shall assign a number that
will serve to identify you for voter registration purposes.
Block 5: Recommended but not required. Provide your
contact information to allow your local election official to
follow up if more information is required.
Block 6: Arizona allows you to receive your ballot by mail,
email, fax, or via Arizonaís secured ballot upload system.
Please rank your preference of how you would like to
receive your absentee ballot. Provide your email address or
fax number in Block 5. If you do not make a selection, then
your local election official will mail your ballot to you.
Block 7: Complete street address of your Arizona voting
residence. A post office box is not sufficient. If your
address includes a rural route, describe its location in Block
9. For example, "2mi past Highway ___, across the street
from the ___ gas station." This address must be within the
county where you claim legal voting residence.
Block 8: Complete address where you want your ballot
sent, usually where you live now.
Block 9: If you are not registered to vote in Arizona, or if you are
registered and move to a different Arizona county, you
must provide ONE of the following for proof of
citizenship or your FPCA will be rejected:
If you need to include a photocopy, mail or fax it along with
your FPCA to your local election official. Do not send
original documents. Photocopies will not be returned to
Provide any information that may assist the local election
official in accepting this application.
Affirmation: Sign and date. No witness or notary required.
You must mail your Voter Registration/Absentee Ballot Request to your local election official. Find your county or city in the list below to locate your election official.
Open Election Official Address List
Don't know your county? Go to the county finder.
Don't know your zip code? Go to the United States Postal Service website.
Optional: You may be able to use the Postage-Paid Envelope Template.
Open Postage-Paid Envelope Template
The postage paid envelope may be used if mailed in the U.S. Postal System, which includes all U.S. Military post offices (APO/FPO) overseas or through the diplomatic pouch available at U.S. embassies/consulates. Affix appropriate postage if using international mail. Template must be printed on a number 10 or larger envelope.
If you choose to fax, it is recommended that you fax the form directly to your local election official (fax numbers can be found on Arizona State Election website). You may also use our toll-free fax service:
Inside the U.S.? Fax to:1-800-368-8683(703) 588-2148 DSN 425-2148
Outside the U.S.? Show me a list of toll-free fax numbers.
Open Fax Coversheet
More Information on Arizona's Absentee Voting Guidelines
Arizona State Election website
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Q: When mailing a Voter Registration/Absentee Ballot Request form to my State, do I have to pay postage?
Q: What is a postmark and how do I make sure I get one?
Q: When is the best time to apply for an absentee ballot?
Q: Must I submit a separate application for each election?
Last updated: 09.17.2013