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  • Pima County Recorder: Drop off vote-by-mail ballots at any polling place Nov. 4

    Nov 04, 2014 | Read More News
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    Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez would like to remind voters that if they still have their vote-by-mail ballots, they can be dropped off at ANY polling location on Election Day, Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

    VoteIf you’ve already mailed in your vote-by-mail ballot, you can check the status on the Recorder’s website at www.recorder.pima.gov under Early Ballot Status.

    Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Phones at the Recorder’s Office will be open during those hours for questions. Call 520-724-4330.

    You can find the location of your polling site by visiting the Recorder’s Office website, www.recorder.pima.gov, and clicking on “Polling Location” under Voter Services.

    In order to be able to vote a regular ballot at the polling place, your name must be on the poll roster and you must provide the required identification. A list of the types of identification that meet the requirement can be found at www.recorder.pima.gov. Click on “Voter FAQs” under Voter Services. Or call 520-724-4330.

    The Recorder’s Office has mailed out approximately 309,700 vote-by-mail ballots to voters in Pima County. Ballot returns as of Monday, November 3, 2014, at 3:30 p.m., broken down by party, are as follows:

    Party  # of ballots mailed # of ballots returned % returned
     Democrats 120,967 68,687 56.8%
    Republicans  95,920 59,341 61.9%
     Libertarian  2,108 821  38.9%
     Green 880 371 42.2%
     AEL 44 18 40.9%
     Other 89,781 40,735  45.4%
     Total  309,700 169,973 54.9%

    For information about polling place ID requirements, please contact the Pima County Elections Department at (520) 724-6830, or visit its website at www.pima.gov/elections.