PROJECT RED, WHITE & BLUE
Last minute reminders for voters heading to the polls
Reporter: Justin Schecker
Web Producer: Mekita Rivas
TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - The candidates have done their part and now it's up to the voters to decide.
The number of early ballots is up in Southern Arizona, and polls will be open until 7 p.m. for the rest of voters to cast their ballots.
While the Pima County Recorder's office sent out more than 310,000 early ballots, about a third of them have yet to be returned. If you still have an early ballot, while it's too late to put it in the mail, you have until polls close Tuesday night to drop it off at any polling location or one of the recorder's offices.
For voters who have waited until Election Day, make sure to bring a photo I.D. to the polls, such as a driver's license, passport or tribal identification card.
If you don't bring a photo I.D., you can provide two forms of documentation with your name and address on them, such as a utility bill, bank statement or vehicle registration.
For voters who forget to bring any type of identification, they can fill out a conditional provisional ballot. After Tuesday, they will have five business days to provide the correct form of identification to a designated recorder's office location.
Head of Pima County Elections Brad Nelson told 9 On Your Side the earliest results from Arizona will be released about an hour after polls close Tuesday night.
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