67,000 Pima County ballots still need to be counted
Web Producer: Rikki Mitchell
TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - Pima County has announced that 67,000 general election ballots still need to be counted.
A spokeswoman with the county tells KGUN9 that the Recorder's Office is working to verify outstanding ballots before they can be counted by the Elections Department.
The Recorder's Office anticipates that they will finish verifying ballots by the end of business on Thursday.
Election results must be made official by November 26.
If you would like to find out if your ballot has been processed, go to the Pima County Recorder's website to check the status.
If you were issued a provisional ballot, you should have been given a receipt with a number attached to it. Once all of the provisional ballots are turned over for processing, the Recorder's website will have a way to check the status of those as well. You can call the office at 724-4330 after November 16.