Gabriella Cázares-Kelly

Request for Voter Data

To receive a list of voters in Pima County, the following procedures must be followed:

  1. Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.)§16-168.E states in pertinent part:
    “information derived from [voter] registration forms may be used only for purposes relating to a political or political party activity, a political campaign or an election, for revising election district boundaries or for any other purpose specifically authorized by law and may not be used for a commercial purpose as defined in section 39-121.03. The sale of registers, lists and information derived from registration forms to a candidate or a registered political committee for a use specifically authorized by this subsection does not constitute use for a commercial purpose."

  2. A Pima County Voter Registration Data Request Form must be completed and signed by the candidate or registered committee chairperson, and submitted to the Pima County Recorder’s office. A registered political committee must submit a copy of the Statement of Organization on file with the appropriate authority, disclosing the name of the committee officers; or provide the Federal P.A.C. number.

  3. A.R.S. §16-168.E states that the county recorder, on a request for an authorized use, shall produce the information within thirty days from the receipt of the request. The Pima County Recorder’s Office will provide the information to the requesting party as soon as practicable within the thirty-day timeframe, taking into consideration election activities and other statutory deadlines.

  4. Voter data will be made available for pick up at the main office Public Records counter, or upon request, a CD containing the requested voter data will be sent by certified mail. If your request is not for data specific to particular voters, you may receive a full response to your request via email. The Pima Recorder’s Office is unable to provide voter specific data by electronic mail (e-mail) at this time. However, the Recorder’s Office is in the process of implementing a system where voter data can be accessed through a secure electronic method compliant to the Arizona Elections Procedures Manual (EPM). We hope to have this system in place by mid- May 2021. According to the EPM, Chapter 1-X, “Copies of registrant records may be provided exclusively in electronic format, including via a password-protected Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) site, Virtual Private Network (VPN), or other secure method of electronic transmission."

  5. For further information, please call the Pima County Recorder's Office at (520) 724-4330.