Be Sure to Vote Both Sides of Ballot

Now that early ballots have arrived for those who requested them for the consolidated General Election, the Pima County Elections Department is encouraging voters in the City of Tucson and Town of Oro Valley to be sure to flip over their ballots, because there are questions on both sides. There is an instruction at the bottom of the ballot reminding people to vote both sides of the ballot, but election officials have received calls and comments from voters that their ballot seemed incomplete, not realizing they needed to turn it over.

Ballots must be returned by Nov. 3 to be counted.

Read the news release.
Pima County Recorder
City Clerk's Office - Elections