Below you will find resources to help you be one of our informed students to help you be engaged, civic-minded, and an informed voter.
As a member of All In Campus Democracy Challenge, SCC is recognized for its commitment to improving democratic engagement, increasing student voter participation rates, and graduating students with a lifelong commitment to being informed and active citizens.
2023-2024 Important Election Dates
Scottsdale Community College wants you and all students to be informed about voting and elections. If you are eligible to vote but are not registered, the deadline to register in Arizona is 29 days before the date of the next election. After you register, you may receive notifications from election officials informing you about upcoming elections, races, and issues.
City of Prescott and City of Tucson Local Primary Elections
- July 3, 2023: Voter Registration Deadline
- July 5, 2023: Early Voting Begins
- July 21, 2023: Last Day to Request a Replacement Ballot by Mail
- July 25, 2023: Last Day to Mail Back Your Ballot
- August 1, 2023: Election Day!
View candidates for this election at the Find My Candidates page on the Citizens Clean Elections Commission website.
November Jurisdictional Elections
- October 10, 2023: Voter Registration Deadline
- October 11, 2023: Ballots Mailed & Drop Boxes Available
- October 30, 2023: In Person Ballot Replacement Voting Begins
- October 31, 2023: Last Day to Mail Back Your Ballot
- November 7th, 2023: Election Day!
More dates will be added as more election information is released for 2024.
Check out Events on campus to Get Informed!
Voter Education Resources
- Arizona Secretary of State (Arizona Election and Election Results)
- AZ Teen Voter (Helpful information for eligible teen voters)
- AZ Voter (Helpful information for eligible adult voters)
- BeBallotReady.vote (Dashboard of your voting and ballot status)
- Campus Vote Project (Deadlines, locations, materials)
- Your Vote Your Voice (Register online/absentee)
- The League of Women Voters (Educating Voters)
- CIRCLE's Voter Education and Research
- Arizona Clean Elections ( Voter Education Guide and Candidate Information)
- Vote Smart (Information about and voting record of elected officials)
- I citizen (Civic engagement app that empowers citizens to make their voices heard on civic and political issues)
- Federal Voting Assistance Program (Registration assistance for military/overseas voting)
- Voto Latino (Programs to engage, educate and empower Latinos)
- ASU Center for Race & Democracy (Delivering Democracy Lectures)
- Our Vote, Our Future (recorded event discussing the importance of voting in national and local elections)
- Arizona Judicial Performance Review(Find information on the list of judges on your ballot)
- Open Secrets (Info from political watchdogs Center for Responsive Politics and National Institute on Money in Politics)
- Student Training & Education in Public Service (Online Guide for First-Time Voters)
Get Registered! Voter Registration Forms are available in the Office of Student Experience & Leadership, or register on-line through the Arizona Secretary of State. To register to vote in Arizona, you must:
- Be a citizen of the United States.
- Be a resident of Arizona and the county listed on your registration.
- Be 18 years of age or older on or before the day of the next General Election.
You can also check if you’re registered and get more information at Can I Vote? Watch for upcoming Voter Registration drives on campus!