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F. Ann Rodriguez, Pima County Recorder  
F. Ann Rodriguez

Pima County
Recorder

2020 General Election Information

Vote

November 3, 2020 is General Election Day

Did you know there are many ways to vote safely and securely in Pima County?

Vote early and avoid lines on Election Day.

Pima County offers in-person Early Voting Sites at 14 locations throughout the county:

3 Early Voting Sites for in-person voting and inside ballot drop-off open Wednesday, October 7, 2020

8 curbside ballot drop-off only sites open Monday, October 19, 2020

11 Early Voting Sites open for in-person voting, inside ballot drop-off, and curbside ballot drop-off on Monday, October 26, 2020. Curbside List

In addition, even if you usually vote in person, you can request a ballot by mail for the General Election. (See links below.)

What do you want to do?

Click on links below

If you are voting from out of state for the General Election, tell us your temporary address:

If you are sending your ballot from another state, we recommend you mail it back as soon as possible but no later than Tuesday, October 20, 2020. Use the postage paid envelope. Do not use a postage stamp.

If you miss the recommended mail back date, you can also pay for express courier services like FedEx or UPS, or USPS Express Mail.

FedEx and UPS delivery address:

Pima County Recorder
240 N Stone Ave
Tucson AZ 85701

USPS Express Mail delivery address:

Pima County Recorder
PO Box 3145
Tucson, AZ 85702

Question: Should I put a first-class stamp on the yellow envelope to mail back my ballot?

Answer: No, do not use a stamp. A stamp will slow the mail sorting process and delay your ballot.

Question: Do I need to sign my ballot?

Answer: You must sign the white ballot affidavit envelope in order for your ballot to be processed. Ballots must be returned by 7:00 PM on Election Day.

Question: The Recorder’s Office starts mailing ballots to voters on Wednesday, October 7, 2020. What if I don’t receive my ballot in the mail?

Answer: If you don’t receive your ballot by Thursday, October 15, call our office at 520-724-4330. All household members may not receive their ballot on the same day.

Question: I want to vote at the polls, where is my polling location?

Answer: If you vote at the polls, you must vote at the polling place associated with your residential address. Find your polling location here: https://www.recorder.pima.gov/VoterStats/PollingInfo or call our office at 520-724-4330.

Question: I received my ballot in the mail, but I want to vote in person at a polling place. Is that OK?

Answer: If you receive a vote by mail ballot you should vote it. Deciding to go to the polling location and voting a provisional ballot slows the process down. A good option is to vote your ballot you received in the mail, and drop it off at any polling location. If you feel the need to vote in person, you can vote at any Early Voting Site without having to vote a provisional ballot.

Question: Who can drop off someone else’s ballot?

Answer: Family member, household member, or caregiver.

Question: Do I have to vote for every office and initiative for my ballot to count?

Answer: No. It is fine to vote for only offices and initiatives where you feel knowledgeable. Your ballot will count.

If you have questions about your voter registration or the upcoming election, please call us at 520-724-4330.

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