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The longest time between a midterm or presidential election and the county posting its results in the 21st Century was in the 2008 presidential election, when final results weren’t posted until 17 days after the election.

Republicans in Arizona and elsewhere have insisted the days-long tabulation of early ballots is a new phenomenon that is aimed at undercutting faith in the elections and harming GOP candidates - but final election results have never been available on Election Night in Arizona. Read more»

A major part of ensuring that you are able to vote is doing the necessary preparation before you even get to the polling place.

With the general election drawing close, it’s important to know your rights in case your vote is challenged, and the best way to ensure that your vote is counted is to advocate for yourself. Read more»

Pima County voters will be able to vote outside of their precinct on Election Day for the first time, since the county is switching to the vote center model.

Election officials in Arizona expect in-person voting to surge during the state’s August primary election, since fears of COVID-19 have somewhat dissipated and concerns over the security of voting by mail have increased. Read more»