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Arizona

Online Registration
Online voter registration is available for all Arizona residents.

Primary
The Arizona Presidential primary is March 17, 2020; voter registration deadline is February 18, 2020

The Arizona primary is August 25, 2020; voter registration deadline is July 27, 2020

The Arizona General Election is November 3, 2020; voter registration deadline is October 5, 2020

Arizona Stats (Black, Hispanic and Asian Voters)
292,363 Unregistered 
 43,947 Inactive 
940,537 Active 

Voting Centers
Large counties in Arizona now use Voting Centers rather than individual precinct locations for Election Day voting. Maricopa County updated their list of voting centers this afternoon.

Maricopa County Voting Centers
https://recorder.maricopa.gov/pollingplace/

 


Phonebanks - Voter Registration
Pima County
https://www.openvpb.com/vpb_bycode/DBA983I-303688

Maricopa County
https://www.openvpb.com/vpb_bycode/C664B3Q-252300

 

 

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Saturday Summit Part I - 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm Eastern

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  • Cliff Albright, Black Voters Matter
  • Vanessa Gonzalez, Leadership Conference on Civil & Human Rights
  • Dr. William Spriggs, Chief Economist AFL-CIO
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  • Steve Rosenfeld, Independent Media Center and Founder, Voting Booth
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