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What to know about the primary election in Arizona

Here are a few things to know about Election Day on Aug. 4 in Arizona.

PHOENIX — Election Day is Tuesday for Arizona's primary election.

The primary election is a chance for voters to choose their party's nominees who will represent them during the general election. 

Independent voters are able to choose which party they would like to vote in.

For those who received ballots in the mail, the recommended deadline to mail your ballot was on July 29. However, you can still take your ballot to a drop-off location or voting location by 7 p.m. on Election Day. 

Find drop-off and voting locations by county here.

If you lost or damaged your ballot or did not get a mail-in ballot you can still go to a voting location near you to vote. 

Polling locations are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day. 

You'll need to show ID at the polling location. You'll be asked your name, where you live and present either an ID card with your name, picture and address OR two other forms of ID. Here are more details on identification requirements.   

Remember, you do not have to vote on everything on the ballot in order for it be counted. Whichever sections you choose to vote on will be counted. 

Here is more information on voting in Arizona. 

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