TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — The Pima County Recorder's Office has issued new voter cards with updated information reflecting recent changes to legislative districts.
Over 650,000 new voter ID cards were in the mail Thursday in packets which also include information on Pima County's new Vote Centers, instructions on how to request a ballot for early voting, and URLs for the new legislative and congressional boundaries.
The Recorder's Office also has a precinct/district search engine on their website.
If you have additional questions regarding voting in Pima County, call (520) 724-4330.
More than 650,000 new Voter ID Cards are being sent to Pima County voters. The mailers also include links to our website so you can request a ballot for Early Voting; see maps of new legislative and congressional boundaries; and learn about Pima County's new Vote Centers. pic.twitter.com/KWjYiCiRMZ— Pima County Recorder's Office (@PimaRecorder) May 19, 2022
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