Arizona Electoral SituationAbsentee ballots require an excuse: no
Early voting: yes
Felons: Arizona automatically restores the vote upon completion of sentence to people with a single felony conviction, but permanently disenfranchises people who have been convicted of two or more unrelated felonies. Persons seeking to regain the right to vote can obtain a Certificate of Absolute Discharge from the Bureau of Prisons, if they have served a prison term for the most recent conviction, or an affidavit of discharge from a judge if the most recent sentence was to a term of probation. Once either of these documents has been obtained, the individual can submit application for restoration of civil rights to the superior court in his or her county of residence. However, persons who served a prison term as a consequence of their most recent conviction must wait two years from the date of final discharge before applying for the restoration of civil rights.
ID Laws: All voters need: Shall present one form of identification that bears the name, address and photograph of the elector or two different forms of identification that bear the name and address of the elector.
Mandatory poll worker/election official training: yes
Paper trail: no
Provisional ballot validity determined by jurisdiction of voter, not precinct: no
Registration deadline: Registration deadline is 29 days before the election.
Uniform voting system: yes