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Rebecca DuPree turns in her ballot during a Pima County mock election in June.

An interim report on the August primary election found few problems, but Pima County supervisors clashed Tuesday over "woes" and indicated they want more answers about possible fixes before November. Republicans have continued to question election systems in the wake of Donald Trump's loss in 2020. Read more»

Rebecca DuPree turns in her ballot during a Pima County mock election in June.

The Pima County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Monday to certify the results of the August 2 primaries, but they also asked the Elections Department and Recorder to provide a report addressing complaints from voters. Read more»

With important races in Arizona's primary election separated by just a few percentage points, there are about 200,000 ballots statewide that remain to be verified and counted, officials said. Read more»

129 vote centers will be open in Pima County for Tuesday's primary election. While about 80-90 percent of voters are expected to have returned early ballots, voters who have not can go in person to any site to cast their votes, or drop off an early ballot.

A staffer for the Pima County Elections Department has been "corrected" after wrongly training temporary election workers that voters can choose which ballot they vote during Tuesday's primary election. Read more»

Pima County Elections Director Constance Hargrove talking to reporters on Thursday about election security and vote centers ahead of Tuesday's primary vote.

The Pima County Elections Department wants voters know elections are safe and secure this year and the county is committed to transparency, officials told reporters just ahead of the August 2 primary. Read more»

Leticia Ramos thinks about how she wants to fill out her pretend ballot for Pima County's mock election on Friday.

Unable to find enough local Republicans to staff election boards for the August primary, Pima County has lifted a requirement that temporary election workers be vaccinated against COVID-19. Read more»

Leticia Ramos thinks about how she wants to fill out her pretend ballot for Pima County's mock election on Friday.

More than a dozen Pima County voters lined up Friday morning for a second chance to try out a new election system, which will use electronic poll books and voting centers instead of precinct sites. Read more»