Voting Your Ballot
Individuals who have signed up to be on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) within the City of Tolleson who are eligible to vote in the Election will automatically be mailed a ballot beginning 27 days before the Election. You may mail your ballot back or drop it off at any voting location or ballot drop box. The last recommended day to mail your ballot back is seven days prior to the Election. Make sure to sign, date and provide a current phone number on your affidavit envelope. In order to be valid and counted, your voted ballot must be returned in the affidavit envelope provided, signed by the voter and received by the Maricopa County Elections Department no later than 7 P.M. on Election Day. Postmarks DO NOT COUNT.
Remember, if you’re an independent voter or a voter registered without a party preference, even if you’re on AEVL, you must make a ballot choice if you want a ballot in the mail. Voters on AEVL will receive a notice from Maricopa County 90 days before the election to select a ballot choice. These voters can choose a Republican, Democratic or a non-partisan ballot (if available). Voters can also make this request at BeBallotReady.Vote.
If you need a replacement ballot, call the Maricopa County Election Department at (602) 506-1511 no later than 5 P.M., 11 days before the Election.
Individuals who are eligible to vote in the Election and who wish to vote an early ballot in person may appear at any of the Vote Centers located throughout the County beginning 27 days before the Election during regular business hours. On Election Day, voting locations are open from 6 A.M. to 7 P.M. Any qualified voter who is in the line of waiting voters at 7 P.M. shall be allowed to prepare and cast their ballot. Informational pamphlets may be brought to the voting location and may be taken into the voting booth.
From the printer to your mailbox, until it’s counted — know where your ballot is every step of the way. Maricopa County tracks every ballot so voters can have peace of mind knowing their vote was counted. Voters can easily track their ballot by signing up for text or email notifications. Early voters will be notified when your ballot is prepared, mailed, received, verified and counted. In person voters can also see alerts when they cast a ballot at the polls. Tracking your ballot is as easy as texting "JOIN" to 628-683 or by visiting your voter dashboard online at BeBallotReady.Vote. Search for a Vote Center location near you, find hours of operation, view live wait times and ballot drop box locations at Locations.Maricopa.Vote.