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The passage of SB 1070 has brought national attention to Arizona’s longstanding climate of racial profiling, law enforcement impunity, and criminalization of immigrants and workers. What happens in Arizona will have profound implications all over the country and that the next several months are critical to continuing to build resistance on the local, state, and federal levels.

Make sure you register to vote and get the to the polls so that November’s election more fully reflects the Arizona you and I know!

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where do I vote?
Answer: To find Early Voting Sites or Voting Sites on Election Day click here or call your County Recorder: (602) 506-1511

Q: How long does it take to vote?
Answer: Voting takes about 2-3 minutes!

Q: What are the qualifications to register to vote?
• Citizen of the U.S.
• Resident of Arizona for 29 days preceding the election
• Be 18 years old on or before the General Election

Q: Can convicted felons vote?
You cannot register if you a convicted felon unless your civil rights have been restored. For information on how to get your rights restored call: 602-650-1854.

Q: What are the types of documents I should bring to the polls to vote?
Answer: You will need to bring ID to vote in person. The address on your ID MUST MATCH THE ADDRESS ON YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION. Here is ID that is accepted:

• With photo, name and address (1 required)
o Valid AZ driver license or non-operating identification license
o Tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification
o Valid US federal, state, or local government issued ID

• OR Without photo, but with name and address (2 required)
o Utility bill dated within 90 days
o Bank statement dated within 90 days
o Valid AZ vehicle registration
o Indian census card
o Property tax statement
o Tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification
o Recorder’s certificate
o Valid US federal, state, or local government issued ID, including voter registration card issued by the county recorder.

• General Election: November 2, 2010
• Registration Deadline: October 4, 2010 at midnight
• Deadline to request Early Mail Ballot: October 22, 2010
o Ballots are due by 7:00pm November 2, 2010
(It must be turned in, not postmarked)
• Early Voting Begins: October 7, 2010

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