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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»

Pima County has sent out more than 356,000 early ballots for August's primary election. There's only a day left to request them.

Nearly 357,000 early ballots for the primary election have been sent out in Pima County, surpassing the number of 2018 requests by 60,000. Voters have until Friday to request an early ballot be mailed to them for the August 2 election. 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»

Rebecca DuPree turns in her ballot as part of mock election and technology demonstration at the Abrams Public Health Center on Friday.

Pima County will host an additional mock election this week after some technical issues with electronic pollbooks clouded a practice session last Friday. Read more»

The Pima County Recorder’s Office mailed 615,000 voter ID cards to voters in May knowing many had outdated information and would need to be reprinted and resent, a decision it defends but one that will likely cost thousands of dollars in additional expenses. Read more»

The Pima County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 to open 15 sites for early voters to drop off ballots for this year's primary and general elections. Read more»