As Election Day approaches, Pima County answers voters' questions
Web Producer: Mekita Rivas
TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - With Pima County voters heading to the polls -- alongside the rest of the country -- on Tuesday, Nov. 6, are some important reminders they need to be aware of.
In a news release, the Pima County Communications Office provides these answers to some popular voter questions:
1) What should I do if I haven't mailed my ballot back yet?
Please don't put it in the mail.
You may drop it off at any polling location on Election Day or at one of three convenient
Recorder's Office locations:
-- Downtown: 115 N. Church Ave.
-- East side: 6920 E. Broadway Blvd.
-- Country Club: 6550 S. Country Club Road
2) How can I find my polling location?
Head to www.recorder.pima.gov and click on "Polling Location."
3) What should I bring with me to the polling place?
Voters in 2004 approved a mandate that everyone voting at the polls must show proper
identification. You must provide either:
a) one piece of identification that includes a photograph, your name and current address, such
as an Arizona-issued driver's license or identification card or a tribal enrollment card; or
b) two pieces of identification without photographs, which include your name and address,
including a utility bill, a bank statement, vehicle registration, property tax statement or voter
For more specific information, please call 724-4330 or visit
4) Can I see whether my early ballot has already been processed?
Yes you can. Head to the Recorder's Office, www.recorder.pima.gov, and click on "Early Ballot
5) When will I know results?
Stay up-to-date by checking results at http://www.pima.gov/elections/results.htm