/ Modified mar 15, 2016 5:39 a.m.

State Presidential Primary in One Week; Voting Under Way

Democrats, Republicans, Greens can cast ballots to decide delegate allocations.

Arizona's presidential preference primary election is one week away, and early voters must mail their ballots by this Thursday, election officials say.

That will assure they arrive in time to be counted for the March 22 election.

Voters who want to cast ballots on Election Day can check for their polling places on the Arizona Public Media "Your Vote 2016" web page.

On the ballot are candidates for president in the Republican, Democratic and Green parties. Only voters registered with those parties can cast ballots.

Results will determine which candidates get the state's delegates at their parties' conventions.

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