2020 Elections

Drop your election ballots off at Paradise Valley Town Hall

Posted 10/21/20

Paradise Valley town officials are reminding residents about their options to vote this year.

There is an official Maricopa County ballot box located in the Paradise Valley Town Hall lobby, 6401 …

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2020 Elections

Drop your election ballots off at Paradise Valley Town Hall

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Paradise Valley town officials are reminding residents about their options to vote this year.

There is an official Maricopa County ballot box located in the Paradise Valley Town Hall lobby, 6401 E. Lincoln Drive.

Voters may drop off early ballots Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
On Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3, the ballot box will be accessible from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.

For some questions and answers about the ballot box and other voting information, read below.

•Q: Is the ballot box secure?

A: The ballot box is secured inside the Town Hall lobby next to the Post Office and is monitored by cameras 24 hours a day.

•Q: How often are Early Ballots picked up?

A: Maricopa County Elections Department officials pick up the Early Ballots daily and deliver them directly to the Ballot Tabulation Center.

•Q: Can I drop off someone else’s Early Ballot?

A: Arizona law allows a voter’s ballot to be dropped off by a caregiver, family member, or household member.

•Q: Can I drop off my Early Ballot at Town Hall even if I live in a different city?

A: Yes, Maricopa County voters may drop of their Early Ballot at any Ballot Drop off location or Vote Center in the County.

•Q: How do I know if my Early Ballot has been received and counted?

A: You can track your ballot by visiting the website Maricopa.Vote Click on “Early Voting Ballot Status Inquiry”.

•Q: I did not receive my Early Ballot or I spoiled my ballot. How do I get a replacement?

A: Call the Maricopa County Elections Department at 602-506-1511 or visit Maricopa.Vote and click on “Request Early Ballot”

•Q: Where can I vote in-person?

A: Visit Locations.Maricopa.Vote to find a list of Vote Centers.

Answers to other frequently asked election questions may be found at BeBallotReady.Vote.

Editor’s Note: This voter Q&A was submitted to the Independent by the Town of Paradise Valley.

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