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Last chance: Monday deadline to register to vote in Arizona

The deadline to register to vote in the November general election is midnight on Monday, Oct. 10. You can register online or check your current registration at ServiceArizona.com.

The Pima County Recorder's Office will answer phone calls from 8 a.m. through 10 p.m. Monday, and will have staff at two locations through 10 p.m. to assist voters with registering.

In addition to normal office working hours, extended walk-up voter registration will be available Monday at the Downtown office, where staffers will help voters in the courtyard of the County Public Service Center, 240 N. Stone, 5-10 p.m.

Voter registration help will also be available Monday at the East Side office, 6920 E. Broadway, where workers will be outside the office from 5-10 p.m.

In addition to the presidential race at the top of the ballot, voters will choose between candidates for U.S. Senate and House races, the Legislature and other state races, including the Arizona Corporation Commission. Also on the ballot are the Pima County supervisors, school board races, and state ballot measures about the minimum wage and recreational marijuana.

While Election Day is Nov. 8, early voting begins Wednesday, Oct. 12.

How to register

If you've moved, changed your name, or want to change political parties, you must complete a new voter registration form.

You can register online in English and Spanish, or fill out a registration form and mail it to the Recorder's Office, postmarked no later than midnight Monday. To register, you must be a U.S. citizen, a resident of Arizona and at least 18 years old at the time of the election.

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If you have an Arizona drivers license issued after Oct. 1, 1996, that serves as proof of citizenship under state requirements.

Call the office of Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez at 724-4330 if you have questions. You can check your registration on the Pima Recorder's site.

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