The Pima County Recorder's Office is mailing new voter registration cards to all 495,000 voters in the county, and everyone should have them by Monday. If you notice any errors or outdated information, you should call (520) 724-4330.
Sending out new cards also serves the purpose of cleaning up the voter rolls by having undeliverable mail returned to the Recorder's Office. If you receive a card for a voter who no longer resides at your address, you are asked to write a note saying the addressee no longer lives there and place the postage-paid card back in the mail.
The first election where the new voter card will be used is May 17. That special election will ask voters to decide on a 10-year, $3.5 billion education spending proposal.