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

Pima County
Recorder

2020 Primary Election Information

Vote

August 4, 2020 is Primary Election Day in Arizona

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

On Wednesday, July 8, 2020, the Recorder’s Office mailed Primary Election ballots to people with a political party the Permanent Early Voter list or those who requested a ballot to be mailed to them. After voters complete the ballot and sign the ballot affidavit, they may:

  • Mail ballot back to the Recorder’s Office, the very last day we recommend to mail it: Wednesday, July 29
  • Drop off ballot at any Early Voting Site
  • Drop off ballot at any Polling Place on Election Day
  • Drop off ballot at any Recorder’s Office on Election Day

Starting on Wednesday, July 8, Pima County offers in-person Early Voting at the three Recorder’s offices. On Monday, July 27, ten additional Early Voting Sites will open.

In addition, even if you usually vote in person, you still have time to request a ballot by mail for the Primary or General Elections.

What do you want to do?

Click on links below

Request a ballot by mail for 2020 Primary or General Election

Important: Independent voters must request a specific party ballot in order to vote in the Primary Election

Update Voter Registration

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