Voter Registration & Outreach

Your Vote, Your Voice
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How do I register to vote in the City of Surprise?

There are many venues in which to choose when registering to vote in Arizona.

As a convenience for Surprise residents, voter registration forms are available at the City Clerk’s Office, located on the first floor, east wing, of Surprise City Hall 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza, Surprise, Arizona 85374.

A printable voter registration form is also available on the Maricopa County Recorder/Elections website. Registration forms can also be obtained by calling 602-506-1511, T.D.D. 602-506-2348.

The state Motor Vehicle Division also provides an EZ Online Voter Registration site at http://www.servicearizona.com.

NOTE: State Law requires that you be properly registered to vote no less than 29 days prior to an election, and that you will be at least 18 years of age by the election, in order to be eligible to vote in that election.

For more information on Voter Registration Requirements visit the Maricopa County Recorder/Elections website or call their office at 602-506-3535.

Early Voting

You can request an early ballot for the upcoming election by visiting the Maricopa County Recorder's Early Voting Ballot request site.

You can also request an early ballot by completing this form and returning it to the County Recorder: Download a copy of the Early Voting Request form.

If you are on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) you will automatically receive a ballot. If you are not registered with a party affiliation, you must contact the County Recorder to specify the partisan ballot you wish to receive.

To enroll in the PEVL, please visit the Maricopa County Recorder Permanent Early Voting List Information site.