Pima County Recorder's Office


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Why did I receive this orange postcard?

Register to vote online

This postcard is from the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office encouraging you to register to vote.

It is being sent to potential voters who may be eligible but aren’t yet registered.

If you already registered to vote and received this postcard, don’t worry!

You can check your voter registration here: https://www.recorder.pima.gov/VoterStats/VoterInfo

Check your status before the voter registration deadline on Tuesday, October 11, to make sure you’re eligible to vote in the General Election on November 8.

Visit Arizona.Vote/GoVote for more information
Register online at ServiceArizona.Com

Still have questions? Call the Pima County Recorder’s Office at: 520.724.4330

Early Voting Accounts for 86% of Ballots Cast in 2022 Primary

The Recorder’s Office would like to thank all Pima County voters who participated in the 2022 Primary Election. Here are some noteworthy tips, facts and figures. Read more..

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I Voted sticker

Gabriella Cázares-Kelly, Pima County Recorder, unveils new ‘I Voted’ sticker

“I Voted” stickers are an important part of the voting experience and not only allow voters to display their pride in exercising a fundamental, constitutional right, but they also deepen a sense of community while promoting voting culture. Read more..

Important street closures affecting Downtown commuters

  • People traveling Downtown should be prepared for several road closures that may affect their travel plans. Read More
  • The Sixth Avenue and Seventh Street intersection is fully closed. Travelers will not be able to reach Toole Avenue from the north on Sixth Avenue.



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