Arizona Election Information

Arizona’s Primary Election is coming up! Don’t wait – register to vote, update your voter registration, join the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) or request a one-time-ballot by mail to receive a ballot at your home! You must be registered on or before July 1, 2024 to be eligible to participate in this election.

REMEMBER: Registered Democrats, Republicans, Green Party, or Libertarian voters are eligible for a Primary Election ballot for that party. If you are an Independent/Other voter, you must contact your County Recorder and select either a Democratic or Republican ballot. The No Labels Party is not holding a Primary Election, but No Labels Party members on the Active Early Voting List may receive a ballot without Federal or State candidates.

Throughout the 2024 election season, find the trusted information you need right here!


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Secretary Of State

Upcoming Election Days

The following election dates reflect elections to be held in 2024. Please check with your County Recorder for more information on whether your jurisdiction is holding an election and which races might be on your ballot.

 
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May 21, 2024
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July 1, 2024
  • Deadline to register to vote for the 2024 Primary Election is 11:59 p.m.
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July 3, 2024
  • Early voting begins and ballots mailed to eligible voters on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) and eligible voters who have requested a one-time ballot by mail for the 2024 Primary Election.
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July 19, 2024
  • Last day to request an early ballot-by-mail for the 2024 Primary Election.
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July 20 – July 23, 2024
  • Recommended dates to mail your early ballot back to ensure it is received by county election officials by 7 p.m. on July 30, 2024.
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July 26, 2024
  • Deadline to vote early in-person for the 2024 Primary Election is 7 p.m.
    * Emergency voting options may be available after this deadline. Check with your county election officials for more information.
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July 30, 2024
  • 2024 Primary Election Day
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August 12, 2024
  • Deadline for Counties to canvass returns for the 2024 Primary Election.
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August 15, 2024
  • Official Statewide Canvass of July 30, 2024 Primary Election

 

To learn how to request a ballot by mail or sign up for the Active Early Voter List, click here.

To see the full elections calendar and upcoming events, click here.

Primary Election FAQ

Primary Election FAQs

Primary Election FAQs coming soon

Election officials urge Arizonans to make a plan before going out to vote today. Voting sites may have been updated recently.

Voters in Pima County can check here.

Voters in Maricopa County can check here.

Voters in all other counties can check here.

The Primary Election is July 30, 2024. Early voting for the 2024 Primary Election begins July 3, 2024.

A Primary Election generally serves to select each recognized political parties' nominees, who will then go on to the general election ballot to compete against other party's nominees and any independent candidates. Arizona has an open primary, which allows voters who are not registered with a recognized political party (commonly referred to as "independents") to choose to participate in the Democratic Party or Republican Party Primary Election

To participate in the July 30, 2024 Primary Election, a voter must be registered by the July 1, 2024 voter registration deadline. If you are a registered with the Democratic, Republican, Green, Libertarian or No Labels Party you will only be eligible to receive a Primary Election ballot for that party. If you are an Independent voter, you must contact your County Recorder and select either a Democratic or Republican ballot. The No Labels Party is not holding a Primary Election for any federal, state, or legislative offices.

To register in Arizona, you must:

  • be a citizen of the United States;
  • be a resident of Arizona and your county at least 29 days preceding the next election;
  • be 18 years old on or before the next general election;
  • not have been convicted of treason or a felony (or have had your civil rights restored);
    • Civil rights are automatically restored if you have only one felony conviction, completed your sentence, parole, or probation, and paid any victim restitution in Arizona
    • If the conviction occurred in another state, you must file an application for rights restoration in an Arizona Superior Court
  • not currently be declared an incapacitated person by a court of law with your voting rights revoked.

To check your voter registration status, go to Arizona.Vote and click on the "Your Voter Info" button.

Yes, Arizona's open primary law allows Independent or unaffiliated voters who are registered to vote by the July 1, 2024 voter registration deadline to participate in the Primary Election. Independent voters who wish to participate in the Primary must select one (1) recognized party's ballot, i.e. Democrat or Republican, or a nonpartisan/municipal-only ballot. However, only registered Libertarians can vote in the Libertarian Primary, and only those registered with the Green Party can vote in the Green Party Primary. The No Labels Party is not participating in the Primary Election because of a preliminary injunction issued by the U.S. District Court for Arizona barring No Labels Party candidates from appearing on the Arizona Primary Election ballot (No Labels Party of Arizona v Adrian Fontes, CV-23-02172-PHX-JJT (2024)). No Labels Party voters who are on the Active Early Voting List will automatically be sent a No Labels Party Ballot with no candidates listed unless they contact their County Recorder to determine if a local non-partisan ballot is available or they change their political affiliation on their voter registration before the deadline.

Independent voters on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) will receive a postcard in the mail asking them to choose which party ballot they wish to receive for the Primary Election. The corresponding primary ballot will then be sent by mail to the voter to complete approximately 27 days prior to the election. Independent voters who go to the polls on Election Day will be given the option to choose a party or nonpartisan/municipal-only ballot at that time.

You can update your voter registration online by going to ServiceArizona.com or by filling out a paper voter registration form and submitting it to your County Recorder's Office

  • Online
    • Service Arizona - www.servicearizona.com
  • Paper Voter Registration Form
    • https://azsos.gov/sites/default/files/20200417_AZ_Voter_Registration_Form_Printable.pdf
  • In-person at County Recorder or SOS Office
    • https://azsos.gov/county-election-info

You must register by July 1, 2024 if you want to participate in the 2024 Primary Election.

  • You must be registered by July 1, 2024 to be eligible to participate in the 2024 Primary Election
  • Eligible voters may vote early by mail, early in-person, or in-person on Election Day
  • Eligible voters registered with a recognized party affiliation (i.e. Democrat, Green, Libertarian, No Labels, or Republican) and on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) will receive a ballot by mail automatically
  • Voters not on the AEVL may also request a ballot be sent via mail no later than 11 days before the election. For a list of early voting locations or Election Day polling places/vote centers, please visit your county's website or my.arizona.vote. For more information on how to request a ballot-by-mail, visit www.azsos.gov/votebymail

If you vote by mail, your ballot must be received by your county election department by 7 p.m. on Election Day. To help ensure timely delivery, please mail ballots back 7 to 10 days before Election Day. If you need to return your early ballot after the recommended mail date, you can drop off your ballot at any authorized ballot drop-off location or voting location in your county.

Yes. If you vote in-person – whether during early voting or on Election Day – you will need to show ID with your name and address to vote. Below are acceptable ID options.

List 1 (photo ID) (present 1 with name and address reasonably matching what's on the precinct register or e-pollbook):

  • AZ driver's license;*
  • AZ non-driver's identification;*
  • tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal ID; or
  • U.S. federal, state, or local government-issued ID.

*Voters may present AZ driver's license and AZ non-driver's identification cards stored digitally as Mobile ID.

List 2 (non-photo ID) (present 2 with name and address reasonably matching what's in the precinct register or e-pollbook):

  • utility bill dated within 90 days of the election;
  • bank or credit union statement dated within 90 days of the election;
  • valid AZ vehicle registration;
  • Indian census card;
  • property tax statement;
  • tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification;
  • Arizona vehicle insurance card;
  • recorder's certificate;
  • valid US federal, state, or local government issued identification, including a voter registration card issued by the County Recorder; or
  • any mailing to the elector marked "Official Election Material".

Any document from List 2 may be presented digitally, such as on a tablet or smartphone.

List 3 (combination of List 1 and 2):

  • any valid photo ID with an address that does not match the precinct register, plus a non-photo ID with an address that does match the precinct register;
  • US Passport or passport card without address, plus one valid item of non-photo ID from List 2; or
  • US Military ID without address, plus one valid item of non-photo ID from List 2.

If you show up to vote and are unable to provide sufficient ID, you will be able to vote a conditional provisional ballot. Conditional provisional ballots are counted only if you present ID at your voting location before 7 p.m. on Election day or to county election officials by 5p.m. on the 5th business day following the Presidential Preference Election.

In general, a voter has until 5 p.m. on the 5th business day following an election that includes a federal race, or 5 p.m. on the 3rd business day following any other election, to provide sufficient ID.

Election officials are the trusted sources for accurate information. You can find contact information for the Secretary of State's Office and County election officials by clicking here.

If county election officials are not able to verify your signature on the ballot affidavit envelope, or if you forget to sign your ballot affidavit envelope, officials will attempt to contact you and you will have until 5 p.m. on the 5th business day following the election to confirm or correct the issue.

However, if you forget to sign your ballot affidavit envelope and drop it off at a voting location on Election Day, you will not be contacted, and will not have an opportunity to correct the issue. Remember to sign your ballot affidavit envelope!

Unofficial results of the Presidential Preference Election will begin updating around 8 p.m. on March 19. The deadline for counties to canvass election returns is April 1, 2024. Statewide results are canvassed on April 4, 2024. That is when results will be official.

Results of this election are not subject to automatic recount.

Election officials are the trusted sources for accurate information. You can find contact information for the Secretary of State's Office and County election officials by clicking here.

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Presidential Preference Election FAQs

Election officials urge Arizonans to make a plan before going out to vote today. Voting sites may have been updated recently.

Voters in Pima County can check here.

Voters in Maricopa County can check here.

Voters in all other counties can check here.

Ösömuyaw ung Narokop talnitaqat ef lööq numorit, sunat naalöqmuy rupakiwtaqat ef Wasandot mong qeniyat oovi nanmors yani.

Hak nawis morot nit pang tuvosit ow naavenani nuutum nanmors niqe naawakne. Hukk naavena niiqe naawakne' Powwqamuyaw ung sunat talni'taqat ef lööq sumorit, sunat naalöqmuy yaasangwuy rupakiwtaqat ef tokila'at.

To register in Arizona, you must:

  • be a citizen of the United States;
  • be a resident of Arizona and your county at least 29 days preceding the next election;
  • be 18 years old on or before the next general election;
  • not have been convicted of treason or a felony (or have had your civil rights restored);
  • not currently be declared an incapacitated person by a court of law with your voting rights revoked.

Huk naavenaniqe naawakne':

  • Huk nawis wuko tutskwat ef nuutum sino'yiw tangwu;
  • Pu' huk piw wuko tutskwat ef niikyang yota sinmuy qeniyamuy ef sunat pef talni'taqat nanmor yaniqat aqw pitsiwiwtaq ef nuutum sino' yuwtangwu;
  • Huk piw nawis payukop yaasangni'kyang nuutum nanmors lawngwu;
  • Huk nawis qa hiita aqw maasomiwkyang, piw qa hiiita qa anitpuy ef sivinlawkyang nuutum nanmorslawni;

Huk naavenaqa tutuventat ow pootaniqe naawakne' wuwanamtapit ung my.arizona.vote ung yorikngwu.

Huk nuutum pu' nanmors lawniqe naawakne'huk nawis pang tuvosit sen morot amum toonaw tangwu. Huk nuutum it Wasandot mongwiyat oovi nanmors lawniqe naawakne', Powamuyaw ung sunat talni'taqat lööqsumorit, sunat naalöqmuy rupakiwtaat ef tokila'athuk naaveniqw'ö.

Huk piw naavena niqe naawakne' sen huk ow puuhu taniqe naawakne' wuwanamtapit ung ServiceArizona.com ung yorikngwu. Pu py huk piw Tuanatyat Tutuven Amtaqat tumalkiyat owningwu. .

Huk nuutum Wasandot mong qeniyat engem nanmors laniqe naawakne' huk Powmuyaw ung sunat talni'taqat ef lööq yaasangwuy rupakiwtaqat ef nawis morot sen pang tuvosit amum toonawtangwu.Py puma sa pu' it ef nanmorsyani.

Huk naaveni' te', nanmor tumal ay muy amumi nanamor tutuvenit tuuvingtangwu. Py hakey ow tutuven awinkit anqw hakiy ow yaaf totangwu. Py huk piw nanmorkive amumi piw tuuvingtangwu. Pef py hakiy pa’angwa yangwu. Pu piw huk paatuwaqatsit yuf qööve yesqam, nanmor tutvenit wuwan amtapit ung tuuvingtotangwu. Huk pante' py amumi ahoy suu tavingwu.

Huk nanmor tutuvenit py ung suu tumaltat amumi ahoy yaaf tangwu. Pu py piw kitsoki nawit ung namor tutuvenit tatangpi oyi. Py huk piw pansöq panangwu.

Yes. If you vote in-person – whether during early voting or on Election Day – you will need to show ID with your name and address to vote. Below are acceptable ID options.

List 1 (photo ID) (present 1 with name and address reasonably matching what's on the precinct register or e-pollbook):

  • AZ driver's license;*
  • AZ non-driver's identification;*
  • tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal ID; or
  • U.S. federal, state, or local government-issued ID.

*Voters may present AZ driver's license and AZ non-driver's identification cards stored digitally as Mobile ID.

List 2 (non-photo ID) (present 2 with name and address reasonably matching what's in the precinct register or e-pollbook):

  • utility bill dated within 90 days of the election;
  • bank or credit union statement dated within 90 days of the election;
  • valid AZ vehicle registration;
  • Indian census card;
  • property tax statement;
  • tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification;
  • Arizona vehicle insurance card;
  • recorder's certificate;
  • valid US federal, state, or local government issued identification, including a voter registration card issued by the County Recorder; or
  • any mailing to the elector marked "Official Election Material".

Any document from List 2 may be presented digitally, such as on a tablet or smartphone.

List 3 (combination of List 1 and 2):

  • any valid photo ID with an address that does not match the precinct register, plus a non-photo ID with an address that does match the precinct register;
  • US Passport or passport card without address, plus one valid item of non-photo ID from List 2; or
  • US Military ID without address, plus one valid item of non-photo ID from List 2.
Owi huk nawis naamataqw tutuvenit amumi maataknangwu.

Pay hakiy pefnanmor tumal a'yam hakiy pa'angwa yangwu.

Election officials are the trusted sources for accurate information. You can find contact information for the Secretary of State's Office and County election officials by clicking here.

Kurs nanmors tumal a’yam uu tungney qa maamats ye’ pu' piw sen um uu nanmors tutuvenit ung uu tungney qa peenaqw, tumal a’yam ung hef yani. Puma tsivot talnitaqat pu’ pahan tawat ung tsivot ung qönöqw aqw paasavo ung maqayani um uu tungney ow yukuniqw ö.

Nanmors yaniqat ef kurs um uu namors tutuveny ung uu tungney peenane qe suutöqw, nanmors kive tumal ayam py so’on ung hef yani pu py um kurs hin ow yukuni. Um oovi u’ ni'tani uu nanmors tutuvenit ung uu tungni peenaniqe'.

Nanmor tumal ayam Wasandot mongwiyamuy oovi yutukiwyungqamuy tutuveni yamung ow tumala'yungni. Ösömuy ung narokof talnitaqat, lööq soomorit sunat naalöqmuy yaasunguwy rupakiwtaqat ef' i' pahan tawat ung mihiqw tsivot aqw qönöqw pu' nanmor tutuvenit ung pootoylantotani. Wuuyoqat tutskwat ef Kwiyamuyw ung suus talni' taqat, lööq sumorit sunat naalöqmuy yaasangwuy rupakiwtaqat ef nanmor tumal a'yam soosok nanmor tutuvenit tsovalayani. Aapi wukotutskwat ef Kwiyamuyaw ung naalöq talnitaqat, lööq suumorit naalööqmuy yaasangwuy rupakiwtaqat ef pootoylantote' yukuyani. Hin namortotaqw ef pu suyan sinom nanaftani.

It wat nanmor lawqat ef py it qa aapi piw pootoyla yangwu.

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Presidential Preference Election FAQs

Election officials urge Arizonans to make a plan before going out to vote today. Voting sites may have been updated recently.

Voters in Pima County can check here.

Voters in Maricopa County can check here.

Voters in all other counties can check here.

Eda ‘at ‘o e-a’ahĕ m-at wu:ḍ ‘o Cedagĭ Maṣad, gamai-hetasp taṣ, Gokko Westma:m-gokko gi’ik ‘ahidag.

A:pim mam hekĭhu ‘e-o’ohoñj mapt hebai g ‘o ha-we:mt, Wu:lo we:mkel o g Aliwanda/Wi:ji we:mkel. I:dam Wu:lo we:mkel kc Aliwanda/Wi:ji we:mkel ‘o hejel ‘edgid g (PPE) Wañjul Ṣalwim Elida Taṣ ‘id ‘ahidag.

To register in Arizona, you must:

  • be a citizen of the United States;
  • be a resident of Arizona and your county at least 29 days preceding the next election;
  • be 18 years old on or before the next general election;
  • not have been convicted of treason or a felony (or have had your civil rights restored);
  • not currently be declared an incapacitated person by a court of law with your voting rights revoked.

Hemhu wo ‘eḍigiad

  • Wuḍ ‘o ki:kam Al Ṣon ‘eḍ.
  • Wuḍ ‘o ki:kam ‘id Jeweḍced.
  • Wuḍ ‘o si-ki:kam ‘id jeweḍ, ‘id cekṣañeḍ kc ‘ep m-apt wuḍ ‘o go:kko-humukt ‘ahidag ‘ia huapṣ i-wui m-at ba’aic ‘ep ‘o ge’e ‘e-wodolt.
  • Hemhua wuḍ ‘o gamai-gigikk ‘ahidag kc s-ap ‘o wodolt.
  • Kc ‘ep m-apt s-apĕ wuḍ ‘o hemajkam.
  • Kc ‘ep m-apt s-apĕ ha’icu wo ceggito kc hejel s-apĕ ‘am ‘o ‘e-a:

Wo taiccu mapt ‘o wodolt, ‘apt hemo wa ‘i-we:cij g ‘e-o’ohona k i:dam hema we:co e-o’oho, Wu:lo we:mkel ‘o g Aliwanda/Wi:ji we:mkel.

S-apĕ ‘apt ‘am ‘o i-we:cij g ‘e-o’hana ‘i:ya ServiceArizona.com ‘o mapt ‘am ‘o i-ṣudad g tappial k ‘am ‘o ha-ma ‘amai mo ‘am ke:k g County Recorder's Office.

M-apt ‘o ṣa s-ha we:mtam g (PPE) Ge Kownal Elida Wodolta, ‘apt hemhua ‘e-o’oho kc ‘o s-ma:ck m-apt hedai ‘ab wo we:majkad..

A:pim ma:m hekĭhu ‘e-o’ohonj, ‘amt s-apĕ s-hottam wodolt ‘am i:noḍgidk e-tappialga, ‘o s-apĕ s-hottam ‘am ‘o himk wo wodolt, ‘o ‘eḍa mat ‘o e-a’aha g Wodlta Taṣ. (AEVL-Active Early Voting List) Hegam mo ‘an e-o’ohonj ‘id ‘ab amt a- hekaj ‘o bei g o’ohona m-apt ‘am ‘o i-ṣudaj k ‘o wodolt.

O ṣa pi anhu e-o’ohonj, ‘o hewgidas m-apt ‘am ‘o ha-tai g ‘e- a:pedag ‘ia hu’i gamai-hemako taṣ wiu g Ge’e Wodolta Taṣ. Wo s-ñeidamk mat hebai hasko s-hottam ‘o e-wodolt k ‘am ‘o ñei g my.arizona.vote.

M-ant ‘am ‘o ṣa ñ-o’ohona kawhon i-nodagĭ g ñ-wodolta tappial, hemhu ‘oa me:l g m-tappialga gmhu we’ewakk hudung ‘o:la ‘eḍ Ge’e Wodolta Taṣ c-eḍ. K hekaj ‘ab m-elid mapt ‘am ‘o a’ad s-hottam we’ewakk – we:stmam taṣ wui. O mapt pi ‘o e-na:ko mapt s-hottam ‘am ‘o u:pam a’ad g ‘e-wodolta tappial, hewgidas ‘o m-apt g wodolta taṣ ‘am ‘o i-bei g e-tappial wodolta k ‘am ‘o ha-ma, ‘apṣ cem hebai mo ‘am e:wodolt.

He’u. M-apt ‘am ‘o ṣa hi:mk kg gdhu si-wodolt, hemu wo taiccu g e-ID mat ‘ab ‘o o’odagk g m-kawho numlo. I:dam ‘o hiwgidas m-apt ‘am ‘o ha-ce:gĭ.

Hiwgidas We:peg O’ohona (hemakko ce:gidas o’ohona mat g m-pigcul ‘ab ‘o dakad):

  • • • Al Ṣon Melcuda o’ohona;*
  • • • Al Ṣon ID, mat pi wuḍ ‘o melcuda o’ohona;*
  • • • Tohono O’odham ID ‘o g tappial m o ‘ab cu:igk m-ap e-o’ohonj map wuḍ O’odham
  • • • Ge Kownalig o’ohona.

*Hiwgidas ‘o mapt ‘am ‘o ha-ce:gĭ g pigcul mat ‘an ‘o cu’igk m-we:m ñiokuḍ ‘eḍ.

Hiwgidas Ba’ic O’ohona (go:k ce:gidas o’ohona mat pi ‘ab ho da:kad g m-pigcul):

  • • We:pgi o’ohona..;
  • • Wa:ŋgo o’ohona;
  • Ma:gina tappial;
  • O:bĭ tappial o’ohona.
  • Tohono O’ohona.
  • • Al Ṣon ma:gina incelwi o’ohona.
  • S-wohokam kownal tappial/o’ohona, o g ‘e-wodolta o’ohona tappial.
  • E-ka:who o’ohona m ‘o ‘ab cekṣañ, “Official Election Material”.

Hiwgidas ‘o m-apt ‘am ‘o ha-ce:gĭ g pigcul mat ‘an ‘o cu’igk m-we:m ñiokuḍ ‘eḍ ‘o m-we:pgi ma:gina ‘eḍ.

Hiwgidas O’ohona (go:k ce:gidas o’ohona, hemako mat pi ‘ab ho da:kad g m-pigcul kc hemako mat ‘ab ‘o da:kad m-pigcul):

  • • Apṣ cem hebaig tappial mat ‘ab ‘o da:kad g m-pigcul cem ‘as pi ‘ab ho cu’igkad map hebai wodoltap, kc hemako tappial mat pi ‘ab ho da:kad g m-pigcul kc ‘aṣ haba cem ‘as pi ‘ab ho o’ohodak map hebai ha’ap wodolt.
  • • Me:k himkadag hiwgidas o’ohon mo ‘ab e-a’aga Passport, kc hemako ID mat pi ‘abhu ge da:kad g m-pigcul.
  • M Ṣondal o’ohona kc hemako o’ohona mat pi ‘abho da:kad g m-pigcul.

M-ant ‘o ṣa pi ‘edagidad i:dam ‘ab ma:s o’ohona, kc, s-ape ‘o wodolt heg ‘eḍa mo ‘ab e-a’aga, conditional provisional ballot. Ab ṣa masma wodolt hemwa ‘am ‘o ha-ce:gĭ g e-o’ohana ‘amai m-wodolta ki: k ‘am ‘o e-wohŏkamj m-ap wuḍ a:pi.

Hema wodolta ‘o ‘am hewgidas mat ‘am ‘o ha-ce:gĭ g e-o’ohona waikk cipkan taṣ we:big, mat pi koi ‘o e-a’aha g hetasp ‘ola k-am ‘o ‘e-wohŏkamj.

Election officials are the trusted sources for accurate information. You can find contact information for the Secretary of State's Office and County election officials by clicking here.

M-at ‘o ṣa pi-apat g m-cekṣañ m -wodolta tappial ‘ab, kownal pion ‘at ‘am o i-m ‘a:gĭ. Hegam ‘o hiwgidas g hetasp taṣ mat ‘o m-wui ñio k ‘am ‘o m-a:gĭ mat has ‘e-ju:

M-apt ‘api ‘o ṣa pi ceggito m-apt ‘an ‘o o’oho g ‘e-ce:gig ‘e-wodolta tappial ‘ab, k-am o wua ‘amai mo ‘am e-wodolt, pegi pi ‘at ‘am ho i-m ga:. Heg hekaj ‘o s-ce:gito m-apt ‘an ‘a hekaj ‘o o’oho g ‘e-ce:gig ‘e-wodolta tappial ‘ab!

We:cij Kuinta Ce:gida ‘am wehejid g Presidential Preference Election Ge'e Kownal Wañjul Saliwim Taiccu Wodolta ‘at ‘am o ‘i ṣonwa mat wuḍ o gigi’ik ‘o:la huduñig, S-Ce:dagi Maṣad ceḍ mat wuḍ o gamai-humukt taṣ. We:s wodolt kuinta ‘at ‘an ‘o ‘e-ku: mat o ‘e-kuint g hemako taṣ g S-uam Maṣad. Heg ‘eḍa taṣ ‘at we:sko kuinta ‘am o ‘e-mai mat has masma ‘i-wu:ṣ g Ali Ṣona ceckṣañ wodalta.

Heg ‘at wuḍ ‘o si hegi g kuinta. Pi ‘o hiwigidas mat ‘am da:m ‘ep ‘oi ‘e-kuint.

I:dam mo ‘am me:lcud g wodolta, ‘o wud i:dam mo wuḍ si s-ma:mcimcu kc hekaj wo s-ha-wohomj mat hasu ‘am ‘o a:. Am ‘o i we:m ñio g Secretary of State’s Office kc County election officials.

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