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Register to vote

We have everything you need to register to vote and/or information on voting for you below.

Early Voting

Early Voting sites may be used by any voter if they meet the ID requirements, no matter where they live in Pima County

Voters can request a one-time mail ballot, join the Active Early Voting List to automatically receive a ballot by mail or vote before Election Day at any Early Voting Site in Pima County.

Request a ballot by mail:

Who can request a ballot by mail:

  • You must be registered to vote at least 29 days before Election Day.
  • You must be 18 years of age on or before the day of the election.
  • You must reside within the jurisdiction to qualify to vote for that election.
  • To check if you are eligible, go to

Tracking Ballot Status

Did you know you can track the status of your ballot?
You can now sign up to get text and/or email alerts about the status of your mail ballot from the printer to the mailbox, all the way until they’re turned over to the Elections Department for tabulation.

Our office uses a barcode on the Ballot Affidavit envelope to track the ballot envelope. All votes remain confidential through the entire ballot-tracking process. This system does not change or update your voter registration. Sign up at

Pima County voters can also track their ballot by visiting and clicking “Ballot By Mail Status.”

Questions? Contact Pima County Recorder’s Office: call (520) 724-4330 or email