Monday, July 2, 2012

PCOA Update

Get Out The VotePima County Early Ballot
Information Sheet
How to request and early ballot when there is an election you are eligible for.
Request an early ballot
  • Online:
  • by phone: by calling the Pima County Recorder - (520)724-4330
  • by mail: completing the form and mailing it to:
         PO BOX 3145
         TUCSON AZ 85702-3145
A separate request must be made for each person requesting an early ballot. Primary and General Election ballots may be ordered on the same request form. All other elections must be ordered on separate request forms.

How to return your voted early ballot.

Place your voted early ballot in the postage paid envelope provided to you, seal and sign the envelope, then return it to us by doing one of the following:
  • Mail to Pima County Recorder, PO Box 3145, Tucson AZ, 85702-3145
  • Deliver in person to 115 N. Church Ave.
  • Drop it off at any Pima County polling place on election day.
You must sign the ballot envelope in order for your ballot to be processed.
Ballots must be returned by 7:00 PM on election day.

Who may request an early ballot.
  • You must be registered to vote at least 29 days before the election day.
  • You must be 18 years of age on or before the day of the election.
  • You must reside within the jurisdiction to qualify to vote for that election.
To check if you are eligible for any elections and/or find out what district and/or polling place, go to:
or call the County Recorder's office (520)724-4330.

When to request an early ballot.
Early ballots may be requested up to 90 days before the election. The last day to request an early ballot is 11 days prior to the election. Requests must be received by the Pima County Recorder's Office prior to 5:00 p.m. on that date.

When to expect your early ballot.
Beginning 26 days prior to an election, early ballots are processed and mailed within 48 hours after receipt of your request.
Election Title           Registration           Early Voting             Election Day
                                    Cut-off                      Starts

    July 30, 2012           August 2, 2012           August 28, 2012
General                   October 8, 2012       October 11, 2012        November 6, 2012   

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Pima Council on Aging Foundation

8467 E. Broadway Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85710-4009
Phone: (520) 790-0504