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AARP Arizona Spoke with Secretary of State, Adrian Fontes, about 2024 Presidential Preference Election

AARP Arizona Talked to Secretary of State of Arizona Adrian Fontes

AARP Arizona spoke with Secretary of State, Adrian Fontes, about the upcoming 2024 Presidential Preference Election.

Here are some highlights from the conversation:

  • Arizona's Presidential Preference Election is March 19th.
  • You must be registered as either a Democrat or Republican, and you must vote on that party’s ballot. If you’re affiliated with another party or registered without a party preference, you may not vote unless you change your party affiliation by Tuesday, Feb. 20.
  • Your ballot must be received by county election officials no later than 7 p.m. on Election Day. Return your ballot:
    • By mail: Use the prepaid envelope included with your by-mail ballot. Arizona’s secretary of state office recommends mailing your ballot seven to 10 days before Election Day to ensure it reaches county election officials on time.
    • In person: Return your ballot at any ballot drop box, drop-off location, early voting location or Election Day voting location in your county on or before Election Day. Find all voting and drop-off locations on your county’s website
  • If you prefer to vote in person:
    • Early voting: Begins Wednesday, Feb. 21 and runs through 5 p.m. on Friday, March 15.
    • On Election Day: Poll hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. If you live in Maricopa County, find your polling location on your county’s website. If you live in Pima County, find your polling location using your county’s online Precinct Search tool. If you live in any other county, find your polling location by visiting

For more information about Arizona's 2024 Elections, please visit

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