Voting by mail is a longtime tradition in Arizona. Voting during a major health crisis? Not so much.
A mailer from the postal service contained vague information about voting that some perceive as being more confusing than helpful.
Voters who didn't sign their ballot before mailing it in now have five days to remedy the situation but must do so by 7 p.m. on Election Day.
Voters in Maricopa County will be able to start voting in person in on Oct. 7, and can receive text updates regarding the status of their ballot.
Not sure how to vote? We've compiled all the deadlines, locations and mail-in ballot information for every Arizona county.
If you’re one of the many people who wants to vote-by-mail, but is nervous about doing so after Trump’s attacks on the process, there’s some good news.
While the deadline to mail back absentee ballots has passed, there are still a number of ways Arizonans can cast their vote today.