PHOENIX - The Maricopa County Recorder's office is expecting low voter turnout at the polls during Tuesday's primary election.
According to County Recorder Helen Purcell, roughly 7 percent of registered voters are expected to head to polling locations.
That number could be closer to 30 percent if early voters, who are dropping off mail-in ballots, are included.
Most Arizonans are mail-in voters, Purcell said. The county sent out 745,000 early ballots.
Of those, only about 42 percent were returned as of Tuesday, according to Purcell.
Voters must bring early ballots to any polling location or the recorder's office. They must be received by 7 p.m. Tuesday. Postmarks will not count.
Purcell also advises voters to double check their polling locations. There are some changes to precincts and someone's traditional voting location may have changed.
It won't count if you vote at the wrong place, Purcell said.
To find your polling location in any county, check out the list of links on ABC15.com.
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