Arizona Voting Rights Restoration

Instructions and forms for how to restore your voting rights in Arizona.

Arizona requires those who have multiple convictions to apply to have their voting rights restored. 

You may apply to restore your right to vote with the county clerk in the county where you were convicted. 

  • For Maricopa County, you can use the form here.  
  • For all other counties, you can use the form here

With your application, you should include either your absolute discharge or documentation of your discharge from probation.  

If you were convicted of felonies in more than one county, you should apply in each county for the convictions in that county. The process may take up to 90 days. 

If you’d like more support, please contact Restore Your Vote for assistance.