Voter Registration

Voter Registration

ServiceArizona is an easy way for Arizona residents to take care of Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) business any time of the day or night, from the comfort of their home or office. Currently, Arizona residents may use ServiceArizona for: online Vehicle Registration Renewals, Personalized/Specialty Plates, Fleet Registration Renewals, Address/Email Changes, ordering Replacement Driver Licenses or Identification Cards with or without an address change, obtaining a Restricted Use 3-Day Permit, viewing available Plate Credit, Driver License Reinstatement, Voter Registration, Duplicate Vehicle Registration, obtaining a 30-Day General Use Permit, Plate Refund, Vehicle Sold Notice, Vehicle Fee Recap, Citizens MVR - Title and Registration and Driver License, Insurance Verification, Tab Replacement, Off-Highway Vehicle Decal, Lien Motor Vehicle Inquiry, Emissions/Registration Fee Check, Permanent Disability Placard Replacement, Vehicle De-Insure Certificate, Schedule Travel ID Appointments, Insurance Update and Vehicle Reinstatement and for Fleet ApplicationFleet Application.

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The Voter Registration service includes:

  • Verifying your eligibility to register to vote.
  • Entering personal information such as name, license number, date of birth, and last four of your social security number. If you do not know your driver license or identification card number, you will need your name, date of birth, social security number, street address, eye color and zip code.
  • Updating your address for both voter registration and MVD records, as well as specify a mailing address (if required).
  • Completing the voter registration application questions.
  • Completing an optional survey.

Your name should be entered as it appears on your Arizona Driver License/ID card. This is necessary so that your record can be located on the MVD system.

Use Address to verify your residence street address on file with the Motor Vehicle Division, and update it if necessary.

If you have a digitized signature in your Driver License, ID Card or Driver License Permit record at MVD, it serves as your signature. If you donít know if you have a digitized signature, the system will tell you during the application process.

Only the voter registration information you provide and your digitized signature are sent to your county recorder upon your conclusion of Voter Registration. The Secretary of State facilitates the transfer of voter registration information between the county recorder and the MVD, as well as provides the customer support for the Voter Registration application.

The electronic voter registration application is then transferred from MVD to your county recorder by the Secretary of State. Upon processing the voter registration application, the county recorder will mail a voter registration card to you. (Please allow three to six weeks for delivery.)

You should receive your card in three to six weeks. If you do not receive a card after this period of time, please call the county recorder to determine the status of the voter registration application.

  • a CITIZEN of the United States of America
  • a RESIDENT of Arizona
  • at least 18 YEARS OF AGE by the next general election
  • NOT a convicted FELON, unless civil rights are restored
  • NOT adjudicated INCOMPETENT (A.R.S. ß 14-5101)

In addition to the above requirements, the individual must have an Arizona Driver License, Identification Card or other record with a digitized signature on file with MVD.

  • Voter registration applications must be completed twenty-nine days prior to an election in order to be eligible to vote in that election.
  • Voter registrations do not expire.
  • You do not need to re-register to vote before each election.
  • You need to re-register if your party preference changes or you move from one county to another county in Arizona.
  • You may also re-register if your name or address changes.

A reprint of the Confirmation/Receipt for your online Voter Registration transaction can be obtained up to 14 days from the date of your online voter registration transaction. Click here here to reprint your confirmation/receipt.

Your voter registration card will be mailed by the county recorder to your home address (or mailing address if specified). If you have not received your voter registration card within three-to-six weeks of completing Voter Registration, please contact your county recorder for status of the Voter Registration Card. Contact information for your county recorders and the Secretary of State can be found at

If you have your vehicle registration form and your address information on the form matches your current address, your address is correct. If you do not have your vehicle registration form, or the address information shown on the form is not correct, you will need to complete a change of address. Click here to change your address.

MVD has developed a computer system that links all of your records together. This means that when you change your address on your vehicle registration, it will automatically change the address on each vehicle on which you are listed as the registration recipient and on your driver license. Registration recipient is defined as the vehicle owner or registrant who is designated on the MVD database to receive the registration for a vehicle. To change your address, you will need your name, date of birth, and driver license or identification card number. Click here to change your address.

Yes, a military address may be entered as a mailing address. However, your resident address must be your Arizona address. To enter a military mailing address you will need to enter the APO or FPO in the City field and AE, AP or AA in the State field.

Yes. If you are a resident of Arizona, you must register your vehicles in Arizona. A resident, for the purpose of registration and operation of a motor vehicle, is defined as:

  • A person who, regardless of domicile, remains in this state for an aggregate period of seven months or more during a calendar year.
  • A person who places children in a public school without payment of nonresident tuition.
  • A person who declares that the person is a resident of this state for the purpose of obtaining at resident rates a state license or tuition fees at an educational institution maintained by public monies.
  • A person who engages in a trade, profession or occupation in this state or who accepts employment in other than either:
    • Seasonal agricultural work.
    • Temporary seasonal work for a period of not more than three months if the state in which the temporary seasonal worker is permanently domiciled has a similar exception.
  • An individual, partnership, company, firm, corporation or association that maintains a main office, a branch office or warehouse facilities in this state and that bases and operates motor vehicles in this state.
  • An individual, partnership, company, firm, corporation or association that operates motor vehicles in intrastate transportation, for other than seasonal agricultural work.
  • A person who is registered to vote in Arizona.

ServiceArizona is available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day with the exception of the following time periods:

Transactions cannot be performed during the scheduled maintenance periods:

  • Between 11:50PM and 12:10AM daily; and
  • Between midnight and 2:00 AM each Sunday.

If you have any questions about Voter Registration, or any questions about voter registration in general, please contact the Secretary of State at (602) 542-8683 or toll free within Arizona at (877) THE-VOTE (M-F 8 am to 5 pm). Additional voter registration and election information can be found at the Secretary of State web site.