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

Pima County

Requests for Voter Data

To receive a list of voters in Pima County, the following procedures must be followed:
  1. Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) §16-168.E states in pertinent part:

    "information derived from [voter] registration forms may be used only for purposes relating to a political or political party activity, a political campaign or an election and may not be used for a commercial purpose as defined in section 39-121.03. The sale of information derived from registration forms to a candidate or a registered political committee for a use specifically authorized by this subsection does not constitute use for a commercial purpose."

  2. A Pima County Voter Registration Data Request Form and a Public Records Reproduction Request and Certification must be completed and signed by the candidate or registered committee chairperson, and submitted to the Pima County Recorder's office. A registered political committee must submit a copy of the Statement of Organization on file with the appropriate authority, disclosing the name of the committee officers; or provide the Federal P.A.C. ID number.

  3. A.R.S. §16-168.E states that the fees for such information shall be:

    "five cents for each name appearing on the register for a printed list and ten cents for each name for an electronic data medium"

    Per the Voter Registration Data Request Form , additional fees may be assessed for additional information requested. In the event special computer programming is required to complete your request, a special programming fee of $50.00 will be charged, in addition to any other fees.

  4. A check made payable to the Pima County Recorder for ½ the fees must be submitted by the candidate or committee at the time the Voter Registration Data Request Form and the Public Records Reproduction Request and Certification are submitted to the Pima County Recorder. To determine the necessary fees, go to the Voter Totals by District or the Voter Totals by Precinct pages on this website. These pages will give you the number of voters in the desired area.

  5. A.R.S. §16-168.E states that the county recorder, on a request for an authorized use, shall produce the information within thirty days from receipt of the request. The Pima County Recorder's office will provide the information to the requesting party as soon as practicable within the thirty-day timeframe, taking into consideration election activities and other statutory deadlines.

  6. For further information, please call the Pima County Recorder's Office at (520) 724-4330.