May 17, 2016 Special Election
The May 17, 2016 Special Election is approaching rapidly.
This web page contains a large quantity of important information about the May 17, 2016 Special Election,
including how to purchase lists of voters who have requested a vote-by-mail ballot.
Please read each page carefully prior to calling the Recorder’s office
, as most questions you may have will be answered in the material available on this website.
All early voting and ballot return information will be provided to candidates and campaign committees
only through our secure Web Site.
When completing the Order Form & Contract, please be sure to include an e-mail address and fax number,
so that we may communicate any necessary information to your campaign.
If, after reading
all this information, you still have questions,
please email Pamela Franklin at Pamela.email@example.com.Only the candidate or Committee Chair is authorized
to sign these documents.
If you are going to distribute your own Early Ballot Request forms, please send the
Recorder’s Office a proof prior to your final print, so that we may provide input. Please
remember that it is the Recorder’s office that must process these requests. In order to
expedite ballots, the request must include certain information, in a format similar to requests
produced by this office.
Please remember that Early Ballot Request forms must be physically received
in this office by
5:00 p.m. Friday, May 6, 2016
for the May 17, 2016 Special Election. If
you would like for voters to contact this office directly, please have them call (520) 724-4330.
Voters may also log onto the Recorder’s Office Web Site at www.recorder.pima.gov,
and either request a ballot online or download a form to fill out and mail in.
I hope this information will be beneficial to you and your campaign.
You may want to link to our Web Site for downloading voter registration forms, early voting site locations,
vote-by-mail requests, and other pertinent information.
Please check back on our Web Site for a list of early voting sites.
F. Ann Rodriguez
Pima County Recorder