Voting in Arizona
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Arizona Legislative Resources
If you are eligible to register to vote, you can register in person, by mail, or online.
To register to vote online, click here to register to vote (or update your voter registration):
To find out if you are eligible to vote:
You can find your legislator in Arizona and your legislative district by going to the Arizona State Legislature website.
People with disabilities may request reasonable accommodations such as interpreters, alternative formats, or assistance with physical accessibility.
If you require accommodations, please contact:
House of Representatives
- Chief Clerk's Office: (602) 926-3032 (voice)
- House Sergeant at Arms Office: (602) 926-5569
- Senate Secretary's Office: (602) 926-4231 (voice)
- Senate Sergeant at Arms Office: (602) 926-5969
People who want to request for Closed Captioning of a Committee Meeting must send requests 72 hours prior to the start of the event. Any issues or questions reqarding their services or your request(s), please contact [email protected]
The public can use the RTS system to register your support of or your opposition of a bill.
You can use the legislature’s tracking system to follow a bill and look up what committees a bill has been assigned to.
The Capitol is located on 17th Avenue between Washington and Jefferson St on the west side.
Arizona State Capitol Complex
1700 W Washington St
Phoenix, AZ 85007