Yes, Arizona is an "Open Primary" state. Independents and those voters registered with no party preference may vote for candidates of recognized parties in a Primary Election. Libertarians have their separate ballot and can only vote a Libertarian Ballot.
If you are on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) and not a member of a recognized party, you will receive a notice from the Pinal County Recorder. 90 days prior to a Primary Election, asking which recognized party ballot you want to be mailed to you. You must respond to the notice, or you will not receive a ballot.
If you are not on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL), you will be asked which recognized party ballot you would like to receive when you vote at the poll.
You must choose a party ballot in a Primary Election.
Exception: The Presidential Preference Election (PPE) is held in either February or March in the year that the President of the United States is elected. The PPE is solely for voters registered within a specific political party to specify their preference for a candidate of their political party for the Office of President.
• Only voters registered with the participating parties can vote in the PPE.
• Participating parties will be determined closer to the election.