The most asked question to the Pima County Recorder's Office on Election Day: Where do I vote?
Find out quickly by visiting the Pima County Recorder's Office website. Then click the tab in the right hand column labeled "Polling Location" and type in your current street address. It will give you the exact address of your poll and a map to the location. If you go to the wrong place, you ballot will not get counted.
Another frequently voter issue: If you've moved but haven't changed your address, which poll is correct? The Recorder's Office says it's the site closest to your current or new address.
Your polling site has most likely changed since the last election, so don't assume it'll be the same spot.
The third most common question is: what do I do with my with mail-in ballot if I still have it? If you have it filled out, drop it off at any poll today and skip the line. If you lost your mail-in ballot, visit your designated polling site and you'll be able to vote in person using a provisional ballot.
Want to check the status of your mail-in ballot? Click HERE.
Don't have a photo ID today, here's what you need to bring instead.
How long will you have to wait? Lines shouldn't be longer than 30 minutes. For more on voter turnout, click HERE.
If you have any questions, you can call the Recorder's Office at 520-724-4350.
Have another question, visit the FAQ section on the Pima County Recorder's website.