What time do polling locations usually open in Arizona?


Quick Answer

As of 2015, polling locations in Arizona are usually open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mountain time. At Arizona polling stations, voters can vote in primary, school board and general elections. Voters are also required to register before the specified deadline dates to vote in these elections.

Continue Reading

Full Answer

Polling stations are usually located in accessible locations such as local schools, gymnasiums and churches. Polling locations are fully staffed by officials that help assist voters through voting procedures to ensure the integrity of the United States' democratic system. Polling locations are not permanent locations and are usually erected during the election period and removed afterwards.

Learn more about Elections

Related Questions