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Alrededor de 20,000 votantes recibirán dos boletas por correo — una para la elección de la Ciudad de Tucson y la otra para la anulación del presupuesto del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Vail.

Los votantes que viven en la ciudad de Tucson y tambien en el Distrito Escolar de Vail van a recibir dos boletas por dos elecciones seperadas para enviar por correo, y no es error Read more»

Around 20,000 voters will receive two ballots by mail—one for the City of Tucson election, and the other for the Vail Unified School District's budget override.

Voters in the part of Tucson that's also in the Vail school district will be mailed two ballots this month because there are two separate elections occurring at the same time. "If a voter receives two different ballots addressed to them, there is no need to worry – it just means they get to vote in both elections!" the County Recorder's Office said. Read more»

Chairman of the Pascua Yaqui Tribal Council, Peter Yucupicio, and Pima County Recorder Gabriella Cázares-Kelly announed the settlement of a lawsuit between the tribe and the recorder that sought to bring an in-person early voting site on to the reservation.

The Pascua Yaqui Tribe have ended their lawsuit against the Pima County Recorder's Office, with officials announcing that they'll cooperate to establish an early voting site on the tribe's reservation just outside Tucson. Read more»

A federal judge said that forcing Pima County to add an early voting center for the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, this close to the election, would overburden an elections office 'already stretched to its breaking point.' And the tribe failed to show its voters were harmed by the lack of the center, the judge ruled.

The Pascua Yaqui Tribe will not get the early voting location it has been asking for since 2018, after a federal judge flatly denied the request he said would overburden an elections office “already stretched to its breaking point.” Read more»

Pascua Yaqui tribal officials are raising a new argument in their two-year fight to reinstate an early voting site on the reservation, saying the COVID-19 pandemic makes it essential. The county recorder disagrees, and now the tribe is trying to enlist the support of county supervisors.

At least two Pima County supervisors will “press forward” to get an early voting site reinstated on the Pascua-Yaqui reservation, setting up a showdown with the county recorder who rejected the request again this week. Read more»

One of the biggest questions of the primary election, whether the Republican Party will cede a Corporation Commission seat to the Democrats without putting up a fight, may not be answered by the end of Tuesday night. Read more»

Want a say on who will sit on Tucson's City Council? Make sure your opinion matters — register to vote. The deadline is Monday at midnight to register to cast a ballot in the Aug. 27 city primary election. Read more»

Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez, plus Tucson Originals spokesman Johnathan Landeen and Pima County Democratic Party Chairman Jeff Rogers Read more»

State Rep. Matt Heinz, who's running against U.S. Rep. Ron Barber in the CD2 Democratic pimary. Plus, financial planner Shelly Fishman, along with F. Ann Rodriguez, Pima County recorder, with an update on early voting and her reelection campaign. Read more»

The Better Business Bureau is warning property owners of mailers that offer to provide real estate deeds for much more than what the county recorder charges. Read more»

Arizona's state voter registration website is back online, after being down most of the final day to register for primary elections. The state's EZ Voter website was down Monday, the deadline to register, a spokesman for the Secretary of State's office said. Read more»

If you'd like to cast your vote while sitting at your kitchen table, Friday is the final day to request that a ballot be mailed to your home. While a record number of voters — more than 231,000 — requested early ballots, only about 30 percent of those mailed out have been returned. Read more»

A record number of voters requested mail-in ballots for November's general election, the Pima County Recorder said Thursday. Read more»

If you want your opinion to count on the multitude of races and propositions that will be decided on Nov. 2, be sure you're registered to vote. The deadline is Monday, Oct. 4, at midnight. Read more»

Want a say on who will be Arizona's senator? Care about who's going to Washington (or Phoenix)? Make sure your opinion matters - register to vote. The deadline is Monday. Read more»