Mesa: Early Voting Begins for July 30 Primary

~ As the July 30 Primary Election approaches, early voting has officially begun today, July 3. Residents who are on the Active Early Voting List can expect to receive their ballots in the mail today. The voting period will continue until July 26, giving voters ample time to cast their votes.

In order to make the voting process more convenient, drop boxes and early voting locations will be available throughout the entire early voting period, including on Primary Election Day. However, it is important to note that Mesa City Plaza will not be a designated drop box location this year. Instead, voters can utilize the ballot drop box at Mesa Main Library on 64 E. First St., which will be available until July 27 during normal library hours.

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For those who prefer to vote by mail, the last day to request an early ballot is July 19. The U.S. Postal Service recommends that completed ballots be mailed by July 23 in order to ensure timely delivery.

Voters also have the option of returning their ballots at any early voting center or secure ballot drop box until the day of the election, July 30.

For all voter registration and election information, residents can visit Elections.Maricopa.Gov. Additionally, personalized voting information is available at BeBallotReady.Vote and Spanish-speaking voters can access information at TengaBoletaLista.Voto.

For any further inquiries or assistance with voting procedures, individuals can contact the Mesa City Clerk's Office at 480-644-4868 or visit Let your voice be heard and exercise your right to vote in this upcoming Primary Election!

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