Informational Links


  • Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP). The Official website providing voting information and assistance to Overseas Citizens, Uniformed Services Members and their families:
  • Overseas Vote Foundation. A nonpartisan organization that assists Overseas Citizens, Uniformed Services Members and their families with the election process:
  • U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC). Established by the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA), the EAC is an independent, bipartisan commission charged with developing guidance to meet HAVA requirements, adopting voluntary voting system guidelines for testing laboratories, accrediting laboratories and certifying voting systems:
  • Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA). Legislation passed by Congress to establish a program to replace punch card voting systems, assist in the administration of Federal elections and other issues relating to Federal election laws and programs:
  • Federal Election Commission (FEC). An independent regulatory agency established by Congress to administer and enforce the Federal Election Campaign Act (FECA) which deals with Federal Campaign Finance Law that deals with contributions used to finance federal elections:
  • U.S. Government’s Official Web Portal:
  • National Student/Parent Mock Election. Information about the project:


  • Secretary of State of Arizona. Official website for State election information:
  • Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission. Information on the redistricting of Congressional and Legislative districts within the State of Arizona:
  • Motor Vehicle Division’s (MVD) "EZ Voter" Online Registration. Allows a voter to submit a new or update voter registration form using their MVD data and digitized signature on file. To use this process, your MVD information (name, residence address, etc.) must be current:
  • State of Arizona. Official website for the State of Arizona:
  • Kids Voting Arizona. A nonprofit, nonpartisan, voter education program geared towards creating lifelong voting habits in children and increase adult voter turnout:
  • Arizona Supreme Court Judicial Performance Review (JPR). The JPR provides information about the performance of Arizona's judges to the public for its use in reaching decisions regarding retention of judges for the November General Election ballots:
  • Arizona State Legislature. Official website of the legislature where you can track pending legislation, review current legislation and laws, contact individual legislators and more:
  • Arizona Clean Election Commission.  Official website for information on enforcement of provisions of the Citizens Clean Election Act.  Rules and policies, financial data, debate information, a list of participating candidates and FAQ's.
  • Arizona Secretary of State - Voter View.  This search function will allow you to view your political party association, polling location and district where you are eligible to vote.