The City of Apache Junction holds regularly scheduled elections in the fall of even-numbered years (August and November).   The next election will be held on August 4, 2020, where the Mayor and 3 Councilmembers will be elected to serve on the City Council.  The General Election will be held on November 3, 2020. 

Candidate Information


2018 City Council Candidate Packets News Release 

2018 Call of Election

Official Election Results

Please go to the following link for the most updated results:
Pinal County Election Results Website


City elections include candidate elections and special purpose elections for issues such as recalls, referendums, initiatives, bonds and general plan amendments. Candidate election dates are mandated by state law. Special purpose elections are held as necessary on certain dates of the year when not combined with a candidate election and the dates are also mandated by state law.

Early Ballot

The next scheduled election will be the general election on November 8, 2016. For more information on getting an early ballot visit:


Voting Precinct Map

Voting Precinct Map

Voter Registration

The City of Apache Junction is primarily in Pinal County with a small portion in Maricopa County. The borderline is Meridian. Anyone living west of Meridian is in Maricopa County, east of Meridian is in Pinal County. Links to the voter registration offices for both counties have been provided for you.