PHOENIX - Officials with the Arizona Secretary of State's Office say early voting for the 2020 primary election has begun, as of July 8.
In a statement, officials say ballots have been mailed to voters on the Permanent Early Voting List, as well as voters who have requested a ballot-by-mail. In addition, in-person early voting has begun at county recorders' officers, as well as other designated early voting locations.
According to a Secretary of State's Office website, the last day to request a ballot by mail for Independents and voters not on the Permanent Early Voting List is July 24. It is, however, too late to register to vote in the primary election, as the deadline was on July 6. Ballots must be dropped before 7:00 p.m. on the day of the election, which is August 4.
"If voting by mail is not an option, voters are encouraged to vote early in-person, when crowds tend to be smaller and exposure to others is reduced," read a portion of the statement.
According to the Secretary of State's Office, voters in the primary election will vote on who will be the candidate of a particular political party for various federal, state, and legislative positions.
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