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Election Day: What you need to know

TUCSON – Need help finding your polling place? Want to make sure your early ballot made it through the mail? Our News 4 Tucson Investigators have found the easiest way to make sure your vote gets counted.

Finding your Polling Place

Go to this website and enter your address.

Reminder, you must vote at your polling place. You can however, drop off an early ballot at any polling location.

Checking your early ballot

Click on this website and enter your name and birthday.

What you need to vote

According to the Pima County Recorder’s website you must be able to identify yourself in order to vote.

Valid forms of picture ID, you will need one of the following.

  1. An Arizona driver’s license
  2. An identification card issued by the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division
  3. A tribal enrollment card
  4. Other forms of tribal identification.
  5. Other identification issued by the federal, state or local government.

If you do not have a picture ID, you must have two of the following forms of ID.

  1. A utility bill
  2. A bank or credit union statement (if dated within 90 days)
  3. A valid Arizona vehicle registration
  4. An Indian census card
  5. A tribal enrollment card
  6. Other forms of tribal identification
  7. A property tax statement
  8. An Arizona vehicle insurance card
  9. A Recorder’s certificate
  10. A voter registration card
  11. A valid federal, state or local government issued identification card
  12. Any mail addressed to you that includes the “Official Election Material” logo.

All polling locations will be open from 6 a.m. – 7 p.m. on election day.

Nick VinZant

Nick VinZant

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