You’ve seen that a lot of fraud is being perpetrated with mail-in ballots and drop boxes. Arizona has a high number of voters registered for Active Early Voting (AEVL) as it was automatically set to “Yes” over several years of voter registration. The percentage of people that use it is the number one excuse by legislators for not wanting to eliminate it.
But YOU can choose to virtually eliminate mail-in ballots and drop boxes by electing to vote in person. Here is how to protect your vote and opt-out of the AEVL system.
A. Check Your Voting Status
Step 1: Log Into https://my.arizona.vote/WhereToVote.aspx?s=individual
Step 2: If AEVL is “Yes” then you are enrolled in automated
B. Active Early Voting List (AEVL) Removal
There are two paths to remove yourself from the AEVL.
Option 1: Write a letter requesting removal from AEVL. Sign and send it through the mail.
- Provide your name, date of birth, voter registration address and signature.
- Send to:
Maricopa County Elections
510 S. 3rd Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Option 2: Go to ServiceArizona.com to update your voter registration and remove your name from AEVL. This path requires a valid Arizona Driver’s License or non-operating ID.
A image gallery of the steps in the process:
Log back in at https://my.arizona.vote/WhereToVote.aspx?s=individual to validate your status has changed to NO.