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Tuesday is Primary Election Day: What to know

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PIMA COUNTY (KVOA) - Tuesday, August 4 is Primary Election Day.

Polls open at 6 a.m. and closed at 7 p.m.

Voters get to cast their ballots to choose who will run in the General Election on Nov. 3.

Independent voters are able to choose which party they would like to vote in.

'I voted' stickers, Photo Date: October 30, 2018

Voting in person?

Find your polling place:

  • Pima County, click HERE. (Note: Face coverings are required at polling places. Voters who don't have a mask or face covering can still vote.)
  • Cochise County, click HERE.
  • Santa Cruz County, click HERE.

Didn't mail your ballot? You can still drop it off.

For voters who received their ballots in the mail but didn’t get them in the mail, their completed ballots can be returned to any polling place on Primary Day. LOCATE MY POLLING PLACE.

Voters who mailed in their ballots can track the status of their ballots at this site: www.recorder.pima.gov/VoterStats/VoterInfo

Not registered to vote?

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To register to vote in the November General Election.

Request a ballot!

To request a ballot by mail for the November General Election, visit this site: www.recorder.pima.gov/BallotByMailRequest

Cochise / Santa Cruz counties: HERE

Registered voters also can join the Permanent Early Voters List to receive an Early Voting Ballot for all elections they are eligible to participate in without the need to request a ballot. Learn how here: www.recorder.pima.gov/pevl

Check your voter status.

Voters can check their registration status here: VoterRegistration/register

 Sample Ballots -

Pima County

Cochise County

Who's on my ballot - Check out list

Santa Cruz County

Sample Ballot Booklet

OTHER:

As of Monday, Pima County Recorder has received, verified signatures and turned over 193,874 ballots for tabulation. This is out of the 358,000 ballots that they sent out.

Cochise County sent out around 41,766 ballots. As of Monday, Cochise County has turned over 20,294 ballots.

In Pima County, 164,126 people have not yet turned in their mail-in ballots.

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