If you’re planning to vote in this year’s elections, now is the time to make sure you are registered, as tomorrow, October 9, is the last day to register to vote in Arizona. To register, go to the Voter Registration and Education page from the Arizona Secretary of State, Tom Horne.
Once you have registered check out Arizona’s page at Vote411.org for a list of such information as what ID is necessary for identification at the voting booth, the requirements for time off to vote, upcoming debates and forums, provisions for voters with disabilities, and more.
For those curious about ballot measures, the League of Women Voters of Arizona have put up a voter guide here, including summaries of each proposition, arguments for and against, and a list of supporters and opponents of each issue.
Not an Arizona voter? No problem. You can simply enter your voting address in the side form of Vote411.org or scroll down and choose your state to find out about voting there.