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Election 2024

Early voting begins for July 30 primary election

Posted 7/5/24

Early voting for the July 30 Primary Election started July 3 and goes through July 26.

Ballots were to be mailed July 3 to residents on the Active Early Voting List, according to a release.

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Election 2024

Early voting begins for July 30 primary election

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Early voting for the July 30 Primary Election started July 3 and goes through July 26.

Ballots were to be mailed July 3 to residents on the Active Early Voting List, according to a release.

Drop boxes and early voting locations will be available through Primary Election Day, July 30.

Note that the Mesa City Plaza will not be a ballot drop box location this year. The Mesa Main Library, 64 E. First St., will have a ballot drop box available through July 27 during the Library’s normal hours of operation.

The last day to request an early ballot by mail is July 19. The U.S. Postal Service recommends voters mail their completed early ballots by July 23. Voters may also return ballots at early voting centers or secure ballot drop boxes until the day of the election, July 30.

For voter registration and election information, go to Elections.Maricopa.Gov. Personalized voting information is available at https://elections.maricopa.gov/voting/voter-dashboard-loginBeBallotReady.Vote. Voter information is also available in Spanish at TengaBoletaLista.Voto.

For information, call the Mesa City Clerk’s Office at 480-644-4868 or go to http://www.mesaaz.gov/elections.

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