Voting on Election Day

  1. Vote on Election Day on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.

  2. Find your polling location. Double check your polling location or nearest voting center as locations may have changed due to COVID-19.

  3. Bring your ID.

  4. Wear a mask.

  5. Plan on voting when polls are open. Polling locations are open at 6AM and close at 7PM. If you are in line to vote by 7PM, stay in line to make sure your vote counts.

  6. If you still have your ballot, bring it to the polls. It is too late to mail in your ballot.

  7. Need a ride? Mi Familia Vota is providing free transportation to voters who need a ride to their polling place. Call 833-VOTAMOS or 833-868-2667.

  8. For any voting questions, please call the Voter Assistance Hotline at 1-833-VOTE-4-AZ.

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Be sure to check out AEA's recommendations for Federal Candidates, State Legislative Candidates, Ballot Proposition, and Local Association recommendations for school board and bond and overrides.

Make a Difference on Election Day

Can you help voters be informed and vote #YESon208 this Tuesday, Nov. 3rd? We need volunteers to:


  • Call voters and remind them to vote

  • Go to high-volume polling locations to talk to voters about Prop 208

  • Move #YESon208 signs to polling places

  • Drop off #YESon208 lit with voters who haven't voted yet

Sign up and find a way to make a difference! We will help you find a polling place or location to maximize our impact on Election Day.