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Upcoming Elections

2018 Important Dates for Voters

March 13:  Jurisdictional Election - Nothing scheduled for this date
May 15:  Jurisdictional Election

Town of Queen Creek (vote-by-mail election)

Last Day to Register to Vote – April 16 (Monday)
Military & Overseas Registered Voters ballots mailed – March 31 (Saturday)
Ballots Mailed to All Registered Voters – April 25

To Request a Replacement Ballot by phone or online, contact Maricopa County Elections Department at 602-506-1511 or www.maricopa.vote until May 4, 2018. For more information, click on the publicity pamphlet below:

Publicity Pamphlet

For more information, contact the Town Clerk: http://www.queencreek.org/departments/town-clerk/contact-town-clerk

August 28:  Primary Election

Last Day to Register to Vote – July 30 (Monday)
Military & Overseas Registered Voters ballots will be mailed – July 14 (Saturday)
Early ballots are mailed to the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) & absentee voters; early in-person voting begins at the 3 Recorder’s Office locations – August 1 (Wednesday)

November 6: General Election

Last Day to Register to Vote – October 9 (Tuesday)
Military & Overseas Registered Voters ballots will be mailed – September 22 (Saturday)
Early ballots are mailed to the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) & absentee voters; early in-person voting begins at the 3 Recorder’s Office locations – October 10 (Wednesday)

What could be on the Ballot?

The information provided below is subject to change.

August 28 (Primary Election) - traditional election with polling places and early voting

Voters receive ballots according to political party affiliation (Republican, Democrat, Green or Libertarian), Independents choose which ballot and may select “Nonpartisan” which will have only city/town contests.

Federal offices: U.S. Senate and U.S. Representative for Congressional Districts 1, 3, and 4

Statewide offices: Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, State Treasurer, Superintendent of Public Instruction, State Mine Inspector, Corporation Commissioner

Legislative offices: State Senate (1 seat) and House (2 seats) for Legislative Districts 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, and 16

County offices: Clerk of the Superior Court, Justices of the Peace, Constables, Precinct Committee Persons (partisan only)

Cities/Towns: Primary election for city/town council members and mayor. Runoff in November, only if necessary.

Special Taxing Districts: There may be some that participate in the primary, but most will be on the November ballot.

Ballot measures: If the San Tan Valley incorporation effort is successful, it will likely be on the August ballot.

November 6 (General Election) - traditional election with polling places and early voting

All voters receive the same ballot for a given precinct part – all candidates from all parties that won in the primary are listed.

Same offices as discussed for the primary, except cities/towns may not be included if they don’t need runoff elections.

Additional contests:
County, city/town, school district, special taxing district ballot measures

School district and special taxing district governing board candidates

Retention of judges (Arizona Supreme Court, Arizona Court of Appeals and Superior Court)

Statewide ballot measures - will update in July/August