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Tempe, Chandler Mail Ballots Sent To Homes

Voters in Tempe and Chandler should be on the lookout for yellow envelopes.

Mail ballots were sent Wednesday to over 200,000 Tempe and Chandler residents who are participating in the March 10 all-mail election.

Tempe’s Mayoral and City Council candidates will be on the ballot. Chandler’s special election ballot asks voters to decide on dates for city elections.

Registered Democrats also can vote in the Presidential Preference Election. Those ballots will have red stripes, and city election ballots will have black stripes.

Ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on March 10 for the votes to count.  Voters can track to see where their ballot is if they choose to mail it in. Otherwise, voters can drop off their ballot at a drop box or vote in-person.

Maricopa County has complete list of voting locations and hours of operation  on their website. For more information, visit  the Maricopa County Elections Department website or call 602-506-1511.

EDITOR'S NOTE: The Tempe and Chandler elections are March 10.  The Democratic Presidential Preference Election is March 19. 

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Emma VandenEinde was an intern at KJZZ from 2019 to 2020.