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Pima County voters: Still have an early ballot? Get it in the mail today

Pima County voters: Still have an early ballot? Get it in the mail today

Vote-by-mail ballots must be in the mail no later than Wednesday to ensure that they will received by the Pima County Recorder’s Office in time for next week’s general election.

Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez, whose office is handling the signature verification of the mail-in ballots, says voters must drop their ballots in the mail by Wednesday, Oct. 31, because it can take a few days for mail to be delivered.

As of last Friday, Pima County had delivered 407,500 early ballots to Pima County voters.

Approximately 185,500 completed ballots — roughly 45.5 percent — had been returned to the Pima County Recorder’s Office as of Saturday.

The midterm election is being conducted primarily through mail-in ballots, although Pima County will have several polling sites open next week.

Ballots can be dropped off or a replacement ballot can be requested at the Pima County recorder’s locations. They are located at:

  • 6920 E. Broadway.
  • 6550 S. Country Club Road.
  • 240 N. Stone Ave.

These offices are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and will offer limited hours on Saturday, Nov. 3, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Also open this week are satellite locations operated by the county recorder in libraries and other government facilities. Hours vary by location. They include:

  • 1220 W. Magee Road.
  • 3770 S. Mission Road.
  • 9640 E. Golf Links Road.
  • 8959 E. Tanque Verde Road.
  • 3500 W. River Road.
  • The ASUA administration office on the campus of the University of Arizona.
  • 17750 S. La Cañada in Sahuarita.
  • 51 Baboquivari Circle, Sells, on the Tohono O’odham Nation.
  • 33 Plaza Street in Ajo.

Contact reporter Joe Ferguson at jferguson@tucson.com or 573-4197.


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Joe has been with the Star for six years. He covers politics as well as the city of Tucson and other municipalities in Southern Arizona. He graduated from the UA and previously worked for the Arizona Daily Sun.

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