The Pima County Recorder's Office recommends that voters mail their general election ballots no later than tomorrow, Nov. 1, in order to ensure that they are received by Pima County in time to be counted on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 7.
The Pima County Elections Department is conducting the consolidated election, which includes the three ward races for Tucson City Council, a number of propositions, a Town of Oro Valley proposition, and various school district overrides and bond elections.
If you can't mail your ballot by the recommended date, you can bring it to a polling place on Election Day. Three locations of the Recorder's Office are open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. until this Friday for those needing early voting sites. For questions, call (520) 724-4330 or follow the links below.