Frequently Asked Questions

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1. I HAVE REGISTERED AS IN INDEPENDENT. CAN I VOTE IN A PRIMARY ELECTION?
Yes, currently Arizona is an "Open Primary" state. Independents may vote for candidates of recognized parties in a Primary Election. The only exception to this is the "Presidential Preference Election" (PPE) that is normally held in February in the year that the President of the United States is elected. This PPE election is solely for voters registered within a specific political party to specify their preference for a candidate of their political party for the Office of President.


2. I lost my voter identification card. How can I get another?
In person at one of our office locations or by contacting us at 928-373-6034 to have one mailed to you. Mailed voter ID cards are printed on a monthly schedule and those should be received within 4 weeks of requesting.


3. MY VOTER REGISTRATION CARD SAYS MY PARTY IS PND. WHAT IS THIS?
PND stands for "Party Not Designated". This means that when you first registered to vote, there was no designation on your form of a political party affiliation or the field was left blank, so it was marked PND (Party Not Designated).

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