Early voting is underway in Maricopa County, and as the Nov. 3 General Election draws near, a number of voting centers in Scottsdale will open in phases between now and Election Day.
The first is Scottsdale Plaza Shopping Center (8029 E. Roosevelt St.), which is open weekdays and some weekend days – check days and hours of operation here. During open hours, you can vote onsite or drop-off your voted early ballot at this location.
Note: this is a small neighborhood strip mall on the southeast corner of Hayden Road and Roosevelt Street -- it is not near, nor affiliated with, Scottsdale Plaza Resort.
The next voting center in Scottsdale does not open until Thursday, Oct. 22.
Beginning Oct. 12, voted early ballots can be dropped off at Scottsdale City Hall (3939 N. Drinkwater Blvd.) between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday (you cannot vote in person at Scottsdale City Hall – it is a drop-off location only).
There are no assigned voting locations. Choose any in the county that works with your schedule. Additionally, vote centers are open from 6 a.m.-7 p.m. Election Day.
Keep these dates in mind:
- Oct. 7 – Early ballots were mailed, in-person voting available at some sites. Ballots are delivered in batches, so it may take several days for you to get yours. Voters on the county’s Permanent Early Voting List who have not received their ballots by Monday, Oct. 19, can call the county at 602-506-1511 to find out the status of their early ballot or to request a replacement ballot.
- Oct. 23 – Last day to request a ballot in the mail
- Oct. 23 – Voter registration deadline. The voter registration deadline for the General Election has been extended to 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23, by a court order. This decision is subject to additional legal action, so Arizonans should update or complete their registration as soon as possible.
- Oct. 24 – Weekend voting available at some locations
- Oct. 28 – Suggested last day to mail back your ballots. The county must receive your voted ballot by Tuesday, Nov. 3, regardless of the postmarked date. Consider delivery time when mailing.
- Nov. 3 – Election Day
Maricopa County Elections manages the process throughout the county – be sure to check Maricopa.Vote for the latest information.