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Halloween Is The Last Day To Mail In Your Arizona Ballot

Wednesday is the last day to mail in your ballot to ensure it arrives at the Recorder’s Office by election day.

Even if the postmark predates Nov. 6, if the recorder's office does not have the ballot in-hand by 7 p.m. it will not be counted. 

If you don’t have time to fill out your ballot and mail it in by Oct. 31, Maricopa County recorder Adrian Fontes said there are other options.

Voters can drop off ballots or vote in-person on or before Election Day at any vote center," he said. "They can also drop-off their ballots at a polling location and skip the line on Election Day!"

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Claire Caulfield first joined KJZZ as an intern in 2015 and now wakes up before the sun to produce and report for Morning Edition. She graduated from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in 2017 and covered education policy in the nation's capital, election night in New York City and Native American issues for Cronkite News/ Arizona PBS. Before joining the Morning Edition team, she also worked on a documentary about rap music in the deep South and directed a film on drinking-water quality in the United States.On the weekends, you can find Claire flying her photography drone or working her way through the Pulitzer Prize book list.