Early Voting


March 19, 2024 Presidential Preference Election
If you need a list of locations where you can vote, tips on returning your mail ballot or more information on the PPE, check our Ballot Frequently Asked Questions page by clicking the button below.

Ballot FAQs

Voting Sites

Voter ID Requirements
Voters can request a one-time mail ballot, join the Active Early Voting List to automatically receive a ballot by mail or vote before Election Day at any Early Voting Site in Pima County.

Request a ballot by mail.
.    Who can request a ballot by mail:
  • You must be registered to vote at least 29 days before Election Day.
  • You must be 18 years of age on or before the day of the election.
  • You must reside within the jurisdiction to qualify to vote for that election.
  • To check if you are eligible, go to Recorder.Pima.gov/VoterInfo

Active Early Voting List

  • Voters can also join the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) and will automatically be mailed an Early Ballot three weeks before Election Day. Recorder.Pima.gov/AEVL
  • Voters who aren’t on AEVL can call our office or visit our website to request an Early Ballot up to 11 days before Election Day. Recorder.Pima.gov, (520) 724-4330.
  • Mail your ballot back to us in the Postage Paid Yellow Envelope included with your ballot. It should be mailed back at least a week before Election Day. No stamp is needed!
  • You can also return your ballot in person at any Early Voting Site or at any Vote Center on Election Day.

Returning your Early Ballot

  • Mail to Pima County Recorder - P.O. Box 3145, Tucson AZ 85702-3145
  • Deliver in person to 240 N. Stone Avenue in Tucson
  • Drop it off at any Early Voting Site
  • Drop it off at any Pima County polling place on Election Day.
Ballots must be returned by 7:00 PM on election day.

Early Voting Sites

Emergency Voting
Emergency Voting is available for anyone unable to vote in person on Election Day due to a personal emergency. You can request a ballot at one of these locations. You'll need You'll need Identification and you must sign a statement that an emergency will prevent you from voting on Election Day. We won't ask you about the nature of your emergency.

Tracking Ballot Status

Did you know you can track the status of your ballot?
You can now sign up to get text and/or email alerts about the status of your mail ballot from the printer to the mailbox, all the way until they’re turned over to the Elections Department for tabulation.

Our office uses a barcode on the Ballot Affidavit envelope to track the ballot envelope. All votes remain confidential through the entire ballot-tracking process. This system does not change or update your voter registration. Sign up at Recorder.Pima.gov/BallotInfo

Pima County voters can also track their ballot by visiting Recorder.Pima.gov and clicking “Ballot By Mail Status.”
Questions? Contact Pima County Recorder’s Office: call (520) 724-4330 or email recorder@recorder.pima.gov