election 2020

Early voting available at Pinal County  complex in Apache Junction

Independent Newsmedia
Posted 10/12/20

Early voting for the Nov. 3 General Election has begun, with ballots  sent in the mail Wednesday, Oct. 7.

Early voting is also available at the Pinal County Recorder’s office in Apache …

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election 2020

Early voting available at Pinal County  complex in Apache Junction

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Early voting for the Nov. 3 General Election has begun, with ballots sent in the mail Wednesday, Oct. 7.

Early voting is also available at the Pinal County Recorder’s office in Apache Junction, 575 N. Idaho Road Suite 800. For more information, call Pinal County at 888-431-1311.

To verify voter registration, request an early ballot, or locate a polling site, go to pinalcountyaz.gov/elections/Pages/Home.aspx.

Those on the Permanent Early Voting List should receive a ballot by mail in the next several days. Voters who are not on the Permanent Early Voting List can join or make a one-time ballot-by-mail request at azsos.gov/votebymail. The deadline to register to vote has been extended to Oct. 23. For more information, go to arizona.vote. Oct. 23 is also the deadline to request a ballot by mail for this year’s General Election.

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