Thank you again everything you’ve done. We remain in the lead, and are currently 3,842 votes up! This lead belongs to everyone who worked so hard on our grassroots campaign to get every last vote out.
But there are still thousands of early and provisional ballots to be counted.
If you voted by provisional ballot on Election Day, please read the following instructions carefully. We want to make absolutely certain your vote is counted!
There are two types of provisional ballots. You may have had to vote a Regular Provisional Ballot or a Conditional Provisional Ballot. If you had to vote a Regular Provisional Ballot, you need not do anything. Your ballot will be processed.
However, if you had to vote a Conditional Provisional Ballot, you need to present proper ID (one form of photo ID or two forms of non-photo ID) to make sure your ballot is counted. That means you must return to an official ID verification site by 5PM on Wednesday, November 14 to present acceptable ID.
HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOU VOTED BY CONDITIONAL PROVISIONAL BALLOT?
- Voters who had no ID or only 1 form of non-photo ID (2 are required) probably had to vote a Conditional Provisional Ballot. The ballot is conditional upon them presenting proper ID in order for it to be processed.
- Voters who had to vote a Conditional Provisional Ballot should have received a carbon copy receipt to take home, which indicated that the voter voted by Conditional Provisional Ballot.
If either of these things happened to you, please return to an ID verification site by Wednesday, November 14 to present acceptable ID. To find an ID site nearest you, download the Maricopa County Recorder’s verification sites PDF here.
If you have questions, please call our office at 480-526-7070.
Thanks for everything,