Early voting has started, and those voters who have signed up for the Pernanent Early Voting List or have specifically requested a mail ballot for this election should have received their ballot already (or will receive it within the next few days.)
If you are not on the PEVL list or haven't requested a ballot for this specific election, you can download the sign up form for the PEVL here or request a ballot for a single election here. The latest date to request an early ballot for the August primary is August 13.
My ballot is a Democratic one, specific to CD5/LD17/Maricopa County/University Lakes Justice Precinct, and can be found here. (Just for giggles, the Republican ballot for the same area is here; the Libertarian ballot is here; and the Green ballot is here.)
While I have determined who to vote for in the races where there are contests, I won't list those choices here. All of the Democratic candidates are excellent choices (one of the advantages to being a Democrat in a state that is so dominated by Republicans is that anyone running as a D is someone who takes public service seriously) and I'll proudly support the eventual winners in the general election.
The candidates on my ballot, and their campaign websites, are (in the order listed on the ballot, not my personal preference.):
US Senate (vote for one)
U.S. Representative (CD5)
Governor of Arizona
State Senator (LD17)
State Representative (LD17) (vote for two)
Arizona Secretary of State (vote for one)
Arizona Attorney General (vote for one)
Arizona State Treasurer
Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction (vote for one)
Arizona Mine Inspector
Arizona Corporation Commission (vote for two)
Jorge Luis Garcia
Clerk of the Maricopa County Superior Court
Justice of the Peace, University Lakes Justice Precinct (vote for one)
Meg Burton Cahill (no campaign webpage that I could find, but her state senate page is here)
One of the more interesting races is one that isn't on my ballot - the race between Republicans Rick Romley and Bill Montgomery to serve out the remaining 2+ years of Andrew Thomas' term as Maricopa County Attorney. No D is running for the spot, preferring to save up their campaigning energies for 2012.
The race there has boiled down to Romley's professionalism versus Montgomery's Arpaio-ism. In a general election contest, Romley would win in a walkover, but since the race will be decided by the R primary voters, anything could happen.
Updates on this and the other races as they become available.