Pima County expects to count more that 4,000 provisional ballots today.
About 92 percent of provisional ballots are valid, county recorder says.
To make sure ballot counting goes more quickly in the next election, there's a lot of work to be done.
PHOENIX - Arizona voters may be able to cast their ballots in 2014 at any polling place anywhere in the county.
With ballot counting finally wrapped up Monday, Pima County officials are beginning to investigate why more than 27,000 voters received provisional ballots on Election Day.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Ron Barber's lead over Republican challenger Martha McSally grew with the latest batch of votes counted by Pima County election workers. But the Congressional District 2 race remains too close to call.
A dispute over 130 provisional ballots in the Congressional District 2 race has been resolved by both sides agreeing to count the votes for now but maybe uncount them later.
PHOENIX - The state's chief election officer promised Friday to look into problems in counting ballots this year, while at the same time saying the system appears to be working the way it should.
Twenty-four percent more Pima County voters had to cast provisional ballots in this presidential election than in 2008 despite the fact significantly fewer voters went to the polls this year.
Pima County made progress Thursday on verifying and counting more of the estimated 80,000 ballots that weren't counted on Election Day.
Pima County election workers were busy counting and verifying ballots Wednesday at the elections center warehouse. Among those doing the work were, from left, Goran Petkovic, Jessica Vollman and Ron Garvin.
Thousands of provisional ballots await attention at the Pima County Elections Center warehouse.
It will take days - probably well into next week - to finish counting local ballots and make results official.
Election workers stack trays of verified early ballots at the warehouse. These ballots were collected at the polling places on Election Day.