The Maricopa County Elections Department has secured the proposed locations for the CD8 election. Wherever possible, we used locations voters have voted in the past. When previous locations were unavailable or no longer wanted to host elections, we used google maps, our contacts with community groups, and physically went out to these precincts to search for new locations. Locations will be available for both the Primary in February and General Election in April so the voters will be able to return to the same location.
Early Voting Information
Special Primary Election – February 27, 2018
This Election, only voters on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) with a declared party preference will automatically receive their ballot by mail. Voters that do not have a declared party preference, often referred to as Independents, will need to inform the Election Department the party ballot they wish to vote. The voter can either go online to www.maricopa.vote, call 602-506-1511, or return the postcard mailed to them to inform the Elections Department of the party ballot they wish to vote. Voters not on the PEVL, may either request a ballot by mail (until Friday, February 16), vote early in person at one of the early voting sites listed below (until Friday, February 23), or vote in person on Election Day (Tuesday, February 27) at their polling location.
Special General Election – April 24, 2018
This will also be an Election where voters on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) will automatically receive their ballot by mail. Voters not on the PEVL, may either request a ballot by mail (until Friday, April 16), vote early in person at one of the early voting sites listed below (until Friday, April 20), or vote in person on election day (Tuesday, April 24) at their assigned polling location. In addition to the Election Day polling locations, the following will be available for in person early voting and be open through the Friday prior to Election Day, which is February 23 (Primary) and April 20 (General):
Opens 27 days prior to Election Day: January 31 (Primary) and March 28 (General)
Surprise City Hall (Community Room) 16000 N Civic Center Plaza, Surprise, 85374
Maricopa County Elections Department (MCTEC) 510 S 3rd Ave, Phoenix, 85003
Maricopa County Recorder/Elections 111 S 3rd Ave, Phoenix, 85003
Maricopa County Recorder/Elections (MESA) 222 E Javelina Ave, Mesa, 85210
Opens 10 days prior to Election Day: February 17 (Primary) and April 14 (General)
Goodyear City Hall (Lobby) 190 N Litchfield Rd, Goodyear 85338
Thunderbird Retirement Resort (Community Room) 5401 W Dailey St, Glendale, 85306
For more detailed information on hours of operation for polling locations and early voting sites, visit www.Locations.Maricopa.Vote