Here's what you need to know about voting in Chandler and Gilbert

Here's everything you need to know before voting in Chandler and Gilbert. (Courtesy Canva)
Here's everything you need to know before voting in Chandler and Gilbert. (Courtesy Canva)

Here's everything you need to know before voting in Chandler and Gilbert. (Courtesy Canva)

Voter registration in Arizona ends Oct. 15, and early voting has already started in the state. Here's what Chandler and Gilbert voters need to know before dropping off their early ballot or voting Nov. 3.

What's on the ballot in Chandler?

Here is a guide to what is on the ballot in Chandler for the Nov. 3 election.

Where can I vote in Chandler?

Beginning Oct. 13, voters can drop off their ballot at Chandler City Hall, located at 175 S. Arizona Ave., Chandler, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday.


On Oct. 22, voters can go to:

  • Chandler Boulevard Shops (near P.F. Changs), 3305 W. Chandler Blvd., Ste. E05;

  • Chandler-Gilbert Community College, 2626 E. Pecos Road; and

  • Sun Lakes United Methodist Church, 9248 E. Riggs Road.


On Oct. 28, voters can go to:


  • Annex at Chandler Commons, 1909 E. Ray Road.


On Nov. 2, voters can go to:


  • City of Chandler Environmental Education Center, 4050 E. Chandler Heights Road;

  • First Baptist Church, 3405 S. Arizona Ave.;

  • Islamic Center of the East Valley, 425 N. Alma School Road;

  • MVD Chandler, 50 S. Beck Ave.;

  • Praise and Worship Center, 2551 N. Arizona Ave.;

  • Word Life Church, 2440 E. Germann Road; and

  • Department of Economic Security, 125 E. Elliot Road (Election Day only).


What is on the ballot in Gilbert?

Here is what is on the ballot in Gilbert in the Nov. 3 election.

Where can I vote in Gilbert?

On Oct. 22, voters can go to:

  • Gateway Fellowship Church, SBC, 60 N. Recker Road, Gilbert.


On Oct. 24 and Oct. 31-Nov. 3, voters can vote via drive-thru at:


  • Gilbert Municipal Center, 50 E. Civic Center Drive, Gilbert.


On Nov. 2 and 3, voters can go to:


  • Southeast Valley Regional Library, 775 N. Greenfield Road, Gilbert;

  • Gilbert Community Center, 130 N. Oak St., Gilbert;

  • First United Methodist Church, 331 S. Cooper Road, Gilbert;

  • Gilbert Municipal Center, 50 E. Civic Center Drive, Gilbert;

  • McQueen Park Activity Center, 510 N. Horne St., Gilbert;

  • Freestone Recreation Center, 1141 E. Guadalupe Road, Gilbert;

  • Gateway Fellowship Church, SBC, 60 N. Recker Road, Gilbert;

  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Greenfield, 3775 S. Greenfield Road, Gilbert (Nov. 3);

  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Ranch House, 4170 S. Ranch House Parkway, Gilbert (Nov. 3);

  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Higley, 1865 S. Higley Road, Gilbert (Nov. 3); and

  • San Tan Village (near theater), 2170 E. Williams Field Road, Ste. 106, Gilbert.


What do I need to bring to vote in person?

To vote in person either early or on Election Day, registered voters must present identification. Here are the acceptable forms of identification from the Maricopa County Recorder's Office website.

Voters must present one form of identification from List 1 or two different forms of identification from List 2 or List 3.

List 1 – if presenting from this list one form is required


  • Valid Arizona driver license

  • Valid Arizona non-operating identification license

  • Tribal enrollment card or another form of tribal identification

  • Valid United States federal, state, or local government-issued identification


List 2 – if presenting from this list two forms are required


  • Utility bill of the elector that is dated within 90 days of the election; may be for electric, gas, water, solid waste, telephone, cellular phone, or cable television

  • Bank or credit union statement that is dated within 90 days of the date of the election

  • Valid Arizona Vehicle Registration

  • Indian census card

  • Property tax statement of the elector’s residence

  • Tribal enrollment card or another form of tribal identification

  • Vehicle insurance card

  • Valid United States federal, state or local government-issued identification

  • Voter Registration Card / Recorder’s Certification

  • Any “Official Election Material” mailing bearing your name and address


List 3 – Mix and Match from Lists 1 and 2


  • Any Valid Picture ID from List 1 with an address that does NOT match the Precinct Register WITH a non-photo ID from List 2 with an address that DOES match the Precinct Register

  • U.S. Passport and one item from List 2

  • U.S. Military ID and one item from List 2


When should I mail in my ballot by?

Maricopa County Elections recommends that ballots be returned by mail no later than Tuesday, Oct. 27. However, it is advised to return your voted ballots as soon as possible. If you cannot mail your ballot back by Oct. 27, it is recommended to drop off the voted ballots at a voting location or ballot drop box.


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