If you’ve still got a ballot at home, remember to put it in the mail by Thursday, Aug. 25.
Primary Election Day is Tuesday, Aug. 30.
About 72 percent of Arizona voters are on the Permanent Early Voter list, and those voters received a ballot packet in the mail earlier this month.
Of the more than 261,000 Vote-by-Mail ballots sent out to Pima County voters, more than 70,000 ballots have been mailed back, according to the Pima County Recorder’s Office.
After Thursday, it’s better to drop off your ballot at a polling place instead of at a mailbox.
Find your polling place at www.recorder.pima.gov/VoterStats/PollingInfo
Registered independents may vote in the primary. Those who didn’t get an early ballot may choose a party ballot at their polling place.
Find the Star’s primary election guide at Tucson.com/vote.