Make Sure Your Voice Counts

Good advice for people who are registered to vote but feel unsafe about voting in person and may be uncertain that the USPS will deliver your “mail-in” ballot to be counted in a timely fashion.

  1. If you have not already, request an absentee/mail-in ballot immediately. Ballots will be mailed Oct. 7, 2020.If voting in person is your preference, find out your polling place here
  2. Complete the ballot and mail it back as soon as possible OR put it in a ballot drop box. Do not mail back your ballot after October 31 if you want it to be counted. Use a ballot drop box instead.
  3. Vote early or drop your ballot at these early voting sites as soon as they are open.Here is what you’re accomplishing by doing this:
    • You’re not just relying on the USPS to get your ballot in on time, so no matter what, your ballot gets in on time.
    • You don’t have to worry about standing in long lines and risking infection. You’re just stopping by to drop it off.
    • You voted! Congratulations!

    Update: in Arizona you are not allowed to deliver a ballot unless it is yours or a family member’s.

  4. Ask anyone you know who is healthy and willing, to volunteer to be a poll worker. This will maximize in-person voting options.

If you need to register to vote in this Nov. 3, 2020 election you must do so by October 5, 2020. Do that here.

Phone number for Pima County Recorder’s Office: 520-724-4330