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  • Tucson and Oro Valley voters should Flip Their Ballot Over

    Oct 12, 2015 | Read More News
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    flip it overCounty voters who have requested early ballots began receiving their ballots in the mail over the weekend. The Pima County Elections Department is encouraging voters in the city of Tucson and town of Oro Valley to be sure to turn their ballot over because there are ballot questions on the reverse side.

    There is an instruction at the bottom of the ballot reminding voters to vote both sides of the ballot, but county officials have received a few calls and comments from voters that their ballot seemed incomplete, not realizing they needed to turn it over. 

    While Pima County’s bond election is countywide, there are several other governments holding elections too, including the city of Tucson, Oro Valley and several school districts. However, only the Oro Valley and Tucson ballots have election items on both sides of the ballot. 

    All voters when they get their ballot, whether voting early, at an early voting polling location or at their precinct polling place on election day, Nov. 3, should be sure to Flip It Over just to be safe.