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Scheduled City of Phoenix Elections
The city of Phoenix conducts elections for city voters to elect the Mayor and the Councilmembers who represent the eight geographic Council districts of the city, and to approve or reject ballot propositions that pertain to the city of Phoenix.
The regular Phoenix elections for Mayor and City Council are held in August and November (Runoff) of odd-numbered years. The terms of City Councilmembers are staggered; therefore the next regular elections are as follows:
The Phoenix City Council is considering changing when city elections for Mayor and City Council are held from August and November of odd-numbered years, to the fall of even-numbered years at the same time as the statewide elections. This is often referred to as "consolidated elections".
Find out more information about attending a public hearing on consolidated elections.
Early voting continues to be the most popular way for Phoenix voters to cast their ballots, with between 88 percent and 97 percent of all ballots cast at the last three citywide elections being cast by early ballot.
Whether you are interested in working at the polls, voting early or just getting information about city of Phoenix elections, we hope you will find what you need here. If you are unable to find the information you need, have a question or have a suggestion to improve our website, please contact us.
City of Phoenix, City Clerk Department, Records and Elections Division
200 W. Washington St., Suite 1500, Phoenix, AZ 85003-1611