How to fix your mail ballot in Maricopa County
Your step by step guide to making sure your mail ballot counts in Maricopa County, Arizona
Thank you for voting this election. Many voters need to take an extra step to fix their ballot and ensure their vote is accepted.
There are two reasons why you may need to take action to fix your ballot. This page will walk you through the steps for both situations.
Remember, take action as soon as you hear from your County Recorder or a campaign official that your ballot was not counted!
If your signature didn’t match the one on file
If your signature didn’t look like the one that your County Recorder had on file for you, the solution is simple. Just call the Maricopa County Recorder’s office and answer a few questions to verify your identity.
You can call and talk to County Recorder staff at 602-506-4066, or use the 24-Hour voicemail at 602-506-5131.
Call your County Recorder as soon as you find out your signature on your ballot did not match the one on file.
If your ballot was missing your signature
If you forgot to sign your ballot, you can take one of the following actions to ensure your vote counts.
Option 1: Visit the Maricopa County Recorder’s office to sign your original ballot. Their office is located at:
510 S. 3rd Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85003,
Monday – Friday from 8am-5pm.
You can also make an appointment to sign your ballot curbside by calling 602-506-4066.
If you choose this option, the deadline to sign your original ballot is November 3rd at 7pm.
Option 2: If you received your original ballot back from the County Recorder, fill it out, sign, and mail it by October 27.
Option 3: Cast a new ballot in person during early voting or on Election Day, November 3. Visit IWillVote.com/AZ to find a vote center.
Don’t delay—take action today to ensure your vote counts.
If you have questions or need help, call the Arizona Voter Assistance Hotline at 1-833-VOTE-4-AZ (1-833-868-3429).