Maricopa County Launches New Elections Website

The new website is user-friendly and includes new features that will make the electoral process easier for voters.

PHOENIX – Maricopa County has a new election website designed to make the election process easier for voters.

The new website can be accessed at Voters can now quickly and easily access their voting dashboard, voting information and election news.

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One of the main features of the site is simple navigation through the various tabs and an “error-free doorway design,” according to a county press release. This way, voters won’t get lost while clicking through the site and can quickly navigate to the tab they intended to visit.

The site can also be easily translated into Spanish with a simple switch located in the upper right corner.

If you are visiting the site from a phone or other device, the site will automatically adapt to the screen size of the device to ensure smooth access to important information.

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The new site is secured by a web application firewall that prevents bots or other malware from attacking the site while voters are using it, the county said.

The site is supported by the Maricopa County Department of Elections and Recorder’s Office, according to the release. The Registrar’s Office website will now redirect all election information to the new site, but will continue to support all registration document functionality.

The site’s new design arrives just in time for the 2022 election cycle. The state’s primary elections will be held on August 2.

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Eligible residents who have not yet registered to vote must register by July 5 to participate in the primary election. Registration can be done online at, or by mail. You will find more information on registering for elections and frequently asked questions here.

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