Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez has announced that the Recorder's Office has completed the verification process of the provisional ballots that voters were issued on Election Day, according to a news release.
The Recorder's Office says they received 21,333 provisional ballots and 44 conditional provisional ballot forms from the Pima County Elections Department after the closing of polls on Election Day.
As of 4 p.m. on Thursday the Recorder's Office completed the review of all provisional ballots.
The Recorder's Office says of the 21,377 forms processed, 18,223 were determined to be valid and approved to be counted, a validity rate of just over 85%.
The voters who were issued a provisional or conditional ballot can check to see if their ballot was counted by going to the Recorder Office's website by clicking on the provisional ballot status link.
To check the status of your ballot, voters must have the receipt number issued to them at the polls.
Voters who have misplaced the receipt or do not have access to the internet can call the Recorder's Office at 724-4330 to find out if their ballot counted.