Update Your Voter Registration

It is important to keep your voter registration up to date.  If you move to a new address, legally change your name, or want to change your party affiliation you need  to update your voter registration.  

Why It Matters

If you get your ballot by mail it will be sent to the home address on file.  If you have moved, the ballot will not be forwarded.

When you go to vote in person, you must provide an ID.  The state requires that the ID you present reasonably match the name and address on your voter registration.  

How To Do It

You can update your voter registration online, by mail or in person. Let’s go through each one.

Update Registration Online

You can update your registration online if you have a valid Arizona Driver License or State ID issued after 1996.  You will need to enter your license or State ID number to use the system.  

The link below will take you to the ServiceArizona website managed by the Department of Motor Vehicles.  There you will be able to update your voter registration information.  You can also update your driver license or State ID information at the same time.  Remember, the address on your license/ID and your voter registration must be the same to avoid problems when you go to vote.

When you go to ServiceArizona you will be on a page that looks like it is for new registrations. But don’t worry, it is also for updating your registration. Just answer the first question–language–an it will become clear on the next page.

This link will take you to ServiceArizona…

If you don’t have a qualifying driver license or State ID, or you just don’t like computers, you can update your registration by mail or in person.  

Update Your Registration by Mail

You can update your registration by mail by filling out a one-page Voter Registration Form. This is the same form that is used to register for the first time.

You can download the form here…

The form will ask for your Arizona Driver License or State ID number.  If you don’t have one, call the Pima County Recorder Office  at (520) 724-4350 and they will help you.

Complete the Voter Registration Form.  Mail it to the Pima County Recorder at:

Pima County Recorder

P.O. Box 3145

Tucson, AZ 857502-3145

Forms are also available at many Post Offices, Public Libraries and government buildings. Here is a list of places where forms are available… 

Update Your Registration In Person

You can obtain a form and complete the process at the County Recorder’s Office. 

Main Downtown Office  
240 N Stone Ave
Tucson AZ 85701
(Do not mail to this address)
 (520) 724-4350  

Office Hours
Monday through Friday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm