Military, Overseas and Absentee Voters

A Message From Secretary of State Michele Reagan

Dear Arizona Military or Overseas Voter:

It is with great pride that I address you, Arizona’s servicemen and women who protect our freedom. As the saying goes, ‘freedom isn’t free’ – you defend our many constitutional freedoms and our right to vote in a free society. I want to personally thank all of you for the sacrifices you make on a daily basis.

As Arizona’s Chief Election Officer, I am pleased to present this information to help you through the voter registration process, obtain election ballots, submit a ballot, and to better understand Arizona’s election procedures.

Arizona is the leader in the country in developing and implementing innovative ways for military and overseas personnel to participate in the election process while away from Arizona.

To all U.S. citizens temporarily living overseas, thank you for your service and interest in your country’s election process.



Michele Reagan
Arizona Secretary of State

How to obtain an absentee ballot

It is now easier than ever for military and overseas personnel to participate in the election process.  Select the first option to register to vote and/or request an early ballot.   You can register to vote and request an early ballot in one process through this system.

To upload a voted ballot, you must have first been authorized by the county to utilize the system.  You can obtain authorization from the county by requesting an early ballot through this system or by contacting your county directly.

NOTE: Polls close in Arizona at 7PM Arizona time. You cannot use this procedure to register, request an early ballot or vote after that time on election day.

Instructions for Military/Overseas Voters

Register to vote and/or request an early ballot

Upload Voted Ballot

If you are unable to use our site for the ballot upload you may also fax your completed ballot to 602-364-2087 before the deadline of 7:00 p.m. (Arizona Time) on Election Day.