The deadline to be eligible to vote in the Nov. 7 elections is midnight Tuesday, Oct. 10, officials said.
The consolidated election includes ward races and propositions in Tucson, bond or budget override votes in several area school districts, and bond issues and budget overrides in three local fire districts. Oro Valley voters will decide on a $17 million bond package to pay for improvements to Naranja Park.
Most of the jurisdictions are holding the election by mail-in ballot. Oro Valley will have polling sites open on Election Day.
The county on Wednesday plans to mail out 400,000 ballots to registered voters in Pima County. All registered voters in these districts will receive a mail-in ballot:
- City of Tucson.
- Tucson Unified School District.
- Sunnyside Unified School District.
- Flowing Wells Unified School District.
- Marana Unified School District.
- Drexel Heights, Avra Valley and Picture Rocks fire districts.
In Oro Valley, all voters on the permanent early voting list will receive a ballot in the mail. Any other voter in Oro Valley can request a mail ballot by going the Pima County Recorder’s website at www.recorder.pima.gov/earlyballotrequest
A new voter registration form must be completed by anyone who has moved, changed their name since their last registration, is a new resident to Pima County, or would like to change their party affiliation.
The easiest way to register or update your registration is to go to servicearizona.com and complete the form online.
For information call the Pima County Recorder’s Office at 724-4330.