Helpful Voting Links: Nov 3rd Election Day Is Fast-Approaching

Rep. Pam Powers Hannley

Voter turnout statewide and in Legislative District 9 — particularly among Democrats — has been phenomenal. There are still a few more days to vote in person or to drop off a paper ballot. Here are several links from the Pima County Recorder’s Office, from the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office, and from the Citizens Clean Elections Commission.

Here is a list of Curbside Ballot Drop-Off Sites in Pima County where you can drop off a paper ballot between now and 5 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 2.

Here is a list of Early and Emergency Voting Sites in Pima County.

Here you can find your polling location in Pima County.

Here you can check the status of your mail-in ballot with the Secretary of State’s Office to verify that it has been counted.

Here is a link to the Voter Information Portal on the Arizona Secretary of State’s website.

Here is what you have to take to the polls to vote in person, provided by the Citizens Clean Elections Commission.

Here is Election Day voting information by county, provided by the Citizens Clean Elections Commission.

Here is information on How to Vote in Arizona, provided by the Citizens Clean Elections Commission.

Please be safe if you vote in person. Wear a mask and keep your distance.

IT IS TOO LATE TO MAIL A BALLOT THROUGH THE US MAIL. You must drop it off.

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