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  • Recorder's Office handles record number of public requests for election

    Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez reports her office handled record-setting number of constituent requests on Election Day. 

    The Pima County Recorder’s Office handled more than 9,300 phone calls on Election Day.  With the phone lines open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., the office averaged 715 calls per hour. The average wait time for a caller was less than 3 minutes.

    recorderRodriguez also reports that her office mailed out 373,194 early ballots to voters in Pima County and 311,592 of those ballots were returned, processed and turned over to the Elections Department for tabulation. That is a return rate of more than 83 percent. 

    The number of registered voters in Pima County also set records. As of the registration cut-off for the Election, there were 543,509 active registered voters in Pima County, an increase of over 57,000 registrations since October 2014.
    Finally, the Recorder’s Office Early Voting Sites grew in popularity this year, with more than 12,000 voters casting ballots at Early Voting Site. Slightly more than 5,000 voters went to Early Voting Sites in 2012.

    Rodriguez would like to thank all of her permanent and intermittent staff who enthusiastically worked many extra hours, as well as the county employees in other departments who helped with Team Voting.  “A successful election requires a lot of team work and that’s exactly what we had this year,” stated Rodriguez.
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