Ariz. Rev. Stat. § 16-121

Current through L. 2022, ch. 388
Section 16-121 - [Effective Until 9/23/2022] Qualified elector; definition
A. A person who is qualified to register to vote pursuant to section 16-101 and who is properly registered to vote shall, if he is at least eighteen years of age on or before the date of the election, be deemed a qualified elector for any purpose for which such qualification is required by law, except as provided in section 16-126. A person continues to be a qualified elector until that person's registration is canceled pursuant to section 16-165 or until that person does not qualify as a resident as prescribed by section 16-101, subsection B.
B. For purposes of subsection A of this section, a person who does not reside at a fixed, permanent or private structure shall be properly registered to vote if that person is qualified pursuant to section 16-101 and if that person's registration address is any of the following places located in this state:
1. A homeless shelter to which the registrant regularly returns.
2. The place at which the registrant is a resident.
3. The county courthouse in the county in which the registrant resides.
4. A general delivery address for a post office covering the location where the registrant is a resident.
C. A person who is otherwise qualified to register to vote shall not be refused registration or declared not qualified to vote because the person does not live in a permanent, private or fixed structure.
D. As used in this section, "homeless shelter" means a supervised publicly or privately operated shelter designed to provide temporary living accommodations to individuals who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence.

A.R.S. § 16-121

This section is set out more than once due to postponed, multiple, or conflicting amendments.