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Confusion that marked the state's Presidential Preference Poll could become an issue again.

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Washington D.C. group has run afoul of Arizona election officials in the past.

Voter suppression theories don't explain last week's election problems, but Arizona's austerity does.

Mail-in ballots are on the way to voters' homes.

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 Recorder recommends sending out vote-by-mail ballot no later than Thursday .

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Legal teams flood the Pima County Recorder's Office will records requests, calling hundreds of voters

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The recall effort had 39 signatures more than the minimum necessary.

Campaign produces letters from 132 people whose ballots were thrown out.  

  • Joe Ferguson Arizona Daily Star

Barber is down 161 votes in the Congressional District 2 race with Martha McSally.

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Many went to wrong polling place; others not eligible to vote here.  

Groups argue whether a YouTube video is evidence of voter fraud.

The Pima County Recorder’s Office will be conducting curbside voting registration at two locations on Monday.

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Washington D.C. group has run afoul of Arizona election officials in the past. 

They might look official, but letters from the Voter Participation Center contain incorrect information

They can vote without having to change their voter registration.

Mail-in elections may represent the future in Tucson, but complications in Tuesday’s voting show that future isn’t now.

  • Carli Brosseau Arizona Daily Star

Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez has announced an overhaul of a program that creates voter rosters as well as improvements to her office'…

  • Carli Brosseau Arizona Daily Star

Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez is pushing back against criticism that her office mishandled its election duties.

  • Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

Twenty-four percent more Pima County voters had to cast provisional ballots in this presidential election than in 2008 despite the fact signif…

  • Carli Brosseau Arizona Daily Star

In the race to be Pima County recorder, a 20-year veteran of the office faces a political newcomer branding himself as a watchdog.