2024 Presidential Preference Election

Getting Ready for the Presidential Preference Election

Registered Republicans and Democrats will have the opportunity to vote for their party’s Presidential Nominee in the March Presidential Preference Election on March 19, 2024. This election only happens every four years when the Office of the President of the United States is on the ballot. This is considered a “closed primary” because voters not registered as Democrat or Republican may not participate. This is different than a regular Arizona Primary Election where Independent or Party Not Declared voters may choose to vote in either a Republican or Democratic Primary. Visit BeBallotReady.Vote to verify your registration information.

Check Your Voter Registration

Whether you’ve recently moved, would like to change your political party affiliation, or make updates to your voter registration, visit BeBallotReady.Vote. The personal voter dashboard is a one-stop resource for registered voters in Maricopa County. The voter registration deadline for the Presidential Preference Election is February 20.

Early Voting Begins for the Presidential Preference Election

On February 21, ballots will be mailed to registered voters on the Active Early Voter List and in-person early voting will begin! March 12 is the last day to mail in an early ballot. Voters can also drop off their early ballot at any open secure ballot drop box until March 19. Locations and hours of operation vary. All in-person and drop box locations will be available at Locations.Maricopa.Vote on Feb. 3. The Tolleson Civic Center will serve as a Vote Center for 27 days for the Presidential Preference, Primary and General Elections.

Voting In Person for the Presidential Preference Election

On Election Day, approximately 150 Vote Centers will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. across Maricopa County to serve voters. Maricopa County also offers registered voters the opportunity to vote in person prior to Election Day. Vote Centers will be open for either 27 days, 8 days, two days or just on Election Day! Find a location and hours of operation for all Vote Centers at Locations.Maricopa.Vote.

Important Election Deadlines (March Presidential Preference Election):

• February 3, 2024 – Military and Overseas Ballots Mailed

• February 20, 2024 – Voter Registration Deadline

• February 21, 2024 – Early Ballots Mail, Early Voting Begins

• March 8, 2024 – Last Day to Request an Early Ballot

• March 12, 2024 – Last Day to Mail Back Your Early Ballot

• March 19, 2024 – Election Day!

Voting Hours at the Tolleson Civic Center, 9055 W. Van Buren St., Tolleson, AZ, 85353:

PPE Voting Schedule for Tolleson Civic Center