Mail-In Ballots For Maricopa County School District Bonds, Overrides Almost Due
If you’re one of nearly 1.85 million Maricopa County voters who got a ballot in the mail earlier this month, now's the time to mail it back.
Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes announced that in order for ballots to be mailed, delivered and counted by Election Day, Nov. 5, ballots should be returned by mail no later than Wednesday.
Those ballots will decide whether various school districts across the county can boost their funding through bonds or overrides, in addition to other special elections.
If you can’t get your ballot in the mail by then, you can always drop off ballots anytime before 7 p.m. on Election Day, Nov. 5, at drop boxes or ballot replacement centers.
A complete list of those sites can be found at the Maricopa County Recorder's website.