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Arizona Election Day 2018: How To Find Your Polling Place

If you're not one of the nearly 1 million Arizonans who already sent in their mail-in ballot, you can still vote in person on Nov. 6.

Matt Roberts with the Arizona Secretary Of State’s office said it’s important you go to the right polling place.

“If you were to cast a ballot in the wrong precinct — in other words you’re casting a ballot for an election you’re not eligible to cast a ballot in — you run the risk of that ballot not being counted," Roberts said. 

Election officials are advising voters to visit arizona.vote for information on their polling location or to track the status of their ballot.

The site, which is run by the Arizona Secretary of State's office, also links to information on judicial candidates to help voters make an informed choice on the slate of judges their ballot.

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.