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 March 17, 2020 - Presidential Preference Election (Democratic Voters Only!)

About this election: The Presidential Preference Election (PPE), is a unique election in which voters can declare who they prefer to move forward to the Presidential Election. For 2020, the Democratic Party is the only political party participating in this election. This means, only voters registered as a Democrat can vote in the PPE election. 

Voter Registration Deadline: February 18, 2020 


 August 4, 2020 - Primary Election 

About this election: Ballot will include candidates for offices of Mayor and three Council Members as well as one City of Avondale proposition. 

Proposition Information:  Avondale voters are being asked to consider an extension of the alternative expenditure limitation – also known as Home Rule – for the City of Avondale for the next four years.

Who can vote? All registered voters can vote in this election! If you are registered as Independent, you must select either a party ballot or a city-only ballot. If you have signed up to receive your ballot in the mail, you will receive a postcard from Maricopa County Elections, which you can use to make your selection.

Early Voting: If you have signed up to receive your ballot in the mail, you will automatically receive your ballot in the mail around July 8, 2020.

Voter Registration Deadline: July 6, 2020

 

 November 3, 2020 General Election

 

About this election:  More information will be provided in the Spring!  

Who can vote? All registered voters can vote in this election! 

Early Voting: If you have signed up to receive your ballot in the mail, you will automatically receive your ballot in the mail around October 7, 2020.

Voter Registration Deadline: October 5, 2020