Election Information

Ballot Box

General Election November 3, 2020

Early / Mail Ballots

  • Voters may drop off their mail ballot at any Vote Center or Ballot Drop Off location in the County.  There is a ballot box in the Town Hall Lobby.  
  • Voters may drop off ballots Monday through Friday from 7 AM to 4 PM.  On November 3rd the lobby will be open from 6 AM to 7 PM.  
  • The ballot box is secured and monitored 24 hours a day.
  • Ballots are collected daily by Maricopa County Elections Officials and delivered directly to the ballot tabulation center.

In-person voting

Visit BeBallotReady.Vote for more information about voting and to check your registration and early ballot status.  You may also call 602-506-1511.

August 4, 2020 Election Results

Jerry Bien-Willner 3,723

Scott Moore 2,537
Julie Pace 3,091
Mark Stanton 2,351
Jonathan Wainwright 2,334

County-wide election results may be viewed at https://recorder.maricopa.gov/electionresults/primary2020.aspx#tabs=3

In order for a candidate to be elected at the August Primary, he or she must receive a majority of the total votes cast.   Pursuant to Arizona Law (A.R.S. §9-821.01), the total number of votes cast is calculated by adding the total number of votes cast for all candidates for an office; dividing that sum by the number of seats to be filled at the election and then dividing the result of that calculation by two and rounding the number to the highest whole number. If more candidates receive a majority than there are offices to be filled, the candidates receiving the highest number of votes equal to the number of seats to be filled shall be declared elected.


Elections in Paradise Valley are held in the fall of even numbered years.  Every election cycle the mayor's seat and three council seats are on the ballot.  To be eligible to run for office candidates must meet the following qualifications:

  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must be a qualified elector (registered to vote)
  • Must have been a resident of the Town of Paradise Valley for at least one year prior to the time of election
  • Must be able to speak, write, and read the English language
  • Cannot be a person convicted of a felony (unless the person's civil rights have been restored)

 Información de Elección en Español