When you turn 18 you have the right to help decide the future of our nation and your community by voting. To vote you must ﬁrst register and also be:
- A citizen of The United States.
- At least 18 on or before the date of the next regular general election following your registration (26th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution)(ARS §16-101).
- A resident of the state for 29 days immediately before the election.
- Not convicted of treason or a felony (unless your civil rights have been restored).
- Able to write your name, unless prevented by physical disability.
- Not adjudicated as an incapacitated person as deﬁned in Arizona Law (ARS §14-5101).
See the Arizona Constitution Art. 7 §2 and ARS §16-101 for more qualiﬁcations about voting in Arizona.
Laws may have changed since the last time this article was updated. The current and most up-to-date laws can be accessed here.