The Town Hall is open for ballot drop offs. Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Below are more info on the hours of operation for the Community Center.
July 6th - Drop Box available at Town Hall – Normal business hours except on Election day we will open at 6:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m.
July 22nd – Fountain Hills Community Center opens as a Voting Center
- Hours of Operation
- Friday, July 22nd - 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Saturday, July 23rd – 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Monday – Saturday, July 25th to July 30th – 9 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
- Monday, August 1st – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Tuesday, August 2nd – 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Arizona’s Primary Election is on August 2, 2022. This election includes federal, state, county and local offices that are up for election. The primary election serves to narrow down each recognized political party's candidates. There are ballots for Republican, Democrat and Libertarian voters. Voters registered without a party preference must select a ballot to participate in the election.
WHAT'S ON MY BALLOT?
There are federal, state, and county contests on the August Primary Election ballot as well as 23 Maricopa County cities and towns. Maricopa County voters can see their sample ballot at BeBallotReady.Vote starting no later than June 17.
I’M AN INDEPENDENT VOTER. WHY DO I HAVE TO PICK A BALLOT?
Arizona has an open primary election. This means that as a voter registered without a party preference, you
will need to select a ballot for Maricopa County’s August 2 Primary Election. You may choose a Republican,
Democratic or a City/Town Only (when available) ballot. If you vote by mail, make your choice at
BeBallotReady.Vote. If you vote in-person, you make your request when you check-in at the voting location.
This is a one-time request and does not change your party preference.
WHAT ACCESSIBILITY OPTIONS DO I HAVE TO CAST MY BALLOT?
Maricopa County voters may request braille or large print ballots by calling (602) 506-1511. Voters who need
assistance due to a confining illness or disability may request a Special Election Board. Call (602) 506-1511 or
email SEB@risc.maricopa.gov for more information and include your Full Name, Residence Address,
Contact Information and Date of Birth for verification purposes. Accessible voting devices are available at all
voting locations, as well as curbside voting for voters who are unable to leave their vehicle due to physical
WHERE CAN I VOTE IN PERSON OR DROP OFF MY BALLOT?
Maricopa County is making it easier for you to cast a ballot in-person by opening Vote Centers for the
Primary Election. Voters can choose any voting location and time that works for them. Locations are open
July 6-August 2. Visit Locations.Maricopa.Vote to find one that is convenient for you.
HOW CAN I SIGN UP TO GET A BALLOT IN THE MAIL?
Maricopa County voters can request a one-time ballot to be sent by mail to your residence or mailing
address on file, or to a temporary mailing address for the August 2 Primary Election and November 8
General Election. Voters may also sign up for the Active Early Voting List, which means your ballot will be
automatically sent to the mailing address on file for every election in which you are eligible. Make your
choice at Request.Maricopa.Vote.
I AM AWAY FROM MY RESIDENCE. WILL MY BALLOT BE FORWARDED?
No. Arizona law does not allow official election materials, such as ballots, to be forwarded by the Post Office. If
you would like to have your ballot mailed to a temporary mailing address, make your request by calling the
Elections Department at (602) 506-1511 or send an email to EVreq@risc.maricopa.gov. If emailing, please
provide your Full Name, Residence Address, Temporary Mailing Address and Date of Birth for verification
purposes. If you are in the military or a military family member stationed out of the county, or you live
overseas, please find out more information at MilitaryOverseas.Maricopa.Vote.
I DAMAGED MY BALLOT. CAN I GET A NEW ONE?
If you damaged your mail ballot, you may request a replacement ballot in the mail by calling (602) 506-1511
or by emailing EVreq@risc.maricopa.gov no later than July 22 for the Primary Election. You may also request
a replacement ballot by visiting any voting location found at Locations.Maricopa.Vote until 7 p.m. on
Election Day, August 2.
HOW DO I KNOW MY BALLOT WAS COUNTED?
Every ballot is tracked upon delivery and receipt. Track your ballot by texting "JOIN" to 628-683 or online at
BeBallotReady.Vote. You can also learn more about tabulation security here.
WHERE CAN I FIND MORE INFO ABOUT MCED ELECTION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES?
Elections are complex and governed by many state and federal laws and procedures. Visit
JustTheFacts.Vote to learn more about how Maricopa County administers elections and get the facts about
some election myths. You can also get updates about Maricopa County elections operations directly in your
inbox by subscribing here.