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'Emergency voting' available Monday at voting sites across Pima County

Nearly all early voting sites are open for "emergency voting" on Monday, for Pima County voters who are concerned they may not be able to cast their ballots on Tuesday. Early ballots can be dropped off at any site.

Voters should not attempt to mail back early ballots that were sent to them, as they will not be received by the 7 p.m. deadline Tuesday.

Voters requesting ballots in person on Monday must attest that they have a reason for a voting emergency, but are not required to offer a specific explanation to election officials.

Voters can request a ballot at any of the sites open Monday. For in-person voting on Tuesday, voters should go to the polling place assigned to their precinct.

Sites are open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Monday, with polling places open 6 a.m.-7 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3.

From the early voting sites that have been open, only the Ajo and University of Arizona sites are not available Monday.

Across Arizona, more than 2.4 million early ballots were cast before Monday, with more than 400,000 returned in Pima County. In 2016, about 1.6 million votes were cast prior to Election Day.

Emergency voting sites

  • Recorder's Main Office, 240 N. Stone Ave.
  • Recorder's East Side Annex, 6920 E. Broadway
  • Ballot Processing Center, 6550 S. Country Club Rd.
  • The Good Shepherd, 177750 S. La Cañada, Green Valley/Sahuarita
  • Kirk-Bear Canyon Library, 8959 E. Tanque Verde Rd.
  • Miller Golf Links Library, 9640 E. Golf Links 
  • Mission Library, 3770 S. Mission Rd.
  • Oro Valley Library, 1305 W. Naranja Dr.
  • Pima County Natural Resources, Parks & Recreation, 3500 W. River Rd.
  • Wheeler Taft Abbett Library, 7800 N. Schisler Dr.
  • Woods Library, 3455 N. 1st Ave.
  • Toka Community Building, 51 Baboquivari Circle, Sells
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