2022 election resources
1.3 million eligible Arizonan voters aren’t registered to vote. Many of them are young and Asian American, Pacific Islander, Latinx, African American, or Native American.
Let’s register to vote and make a difference!
For additional voter registration information including changing your party affiliation and other options, visit the Arizona Voter Info Portal below.
Help us spread the Democracy Pledge to let our legislatures know we need them to prioritize democracy and our voting rights! No matter our color, background, or zip code, all Arizonans value our freedom to vote. We deserve practices that protect our access to the ballot and leaders who will protect our democracy.
AZ AANHPI for Equity is here to inform and facilitate the community through the voting process. Check these links for resources to help you register, learn, and access information in multiple languages.
APIA Vote: Voting Resources and Voter Registration
Asian Americans Advancing Justice: in-language Voting Resource and Voting Rights Info
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voter eligibility information
To vote in Arizona, you must be a citizen of the United States and a resident of an Arizona county. A voter must be 18 years or older on or before Election Day.
To be eligible to vote in an election one must register at least 29 days prior to the election. Individuals can register online, in person at the county recorder’s office, or by mail.
Individuals must provide proof of citizenship when registering if they wish to vote in state and local elections. Acceptable forms of documentation include birth certificates, passports, and U.S. naturalization documents. On June 4, 2018, Secretary of State Michele Reagan (R) announced that proof of citizenship would not be required of individuals who have already provided such proof to the state department of motor vehicles. Reagan also announced that the state would allow individuals who registered without providing proof of citizenship to cast ballots in federal elections (though not in state or local elections).
These are the acceptable forms of voter ID in Arizona.
Request to Speak
In order to create a Request to Speak account, you must register AT THE CAPITOL on the kiosks in their lobby. Once you register your account, you can rate and comment on bills or sign up to testify at the hearing.
INDEPENDENT REDISTRICTING COMMISSION
The Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission (IRC) invited residents to participate in its first round of statewide public hearings from July 23 to August 9, 2021. AZ AANHPI for Equity participated in one of the public hearings in Tucson.
From left: Faith Ramon (LUCHA), Sandy Ochoa (Mi Famila Vota), Jennifer Chau, LAN Hoang, Dorothy Lew, Lewis Lew, Priya Sundareshan (AZ AANHPI for Equity)