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  • Voter registration deadline for Presidential Preference Election is Feb. 22

    Feb 17, 2016 | Read More News
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    register to vote in PPEPima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez is reminding voters the registration deadline to vote in the March 22, 2016 Presidential Preference Election is near. The cut-off is midnight, MONDAY, FEB. 22, 2016. The two groups of individuals who are most likely affected by this registration cut-off are current voters registered as either Independent, or Party Not Designated, and new voters. 

    Voters currently registered as Independent, or Party Not Designated, who want to participate in the upcoming March 22, 2016 Presidential Preference Election MUST re-register as a Republican, Democrat or Green Party, in accordance with A.R.S. §16-241(A). 

    New voter registration form must be completed by anyone who has moved (even to a new apartment number in the same complex), changed their name since their last registration, is a new Pima County resident, or would like to change their party affiliation. 

    There are a number of ways that people can complete their voter registration: 
    • The easiest way is to go to www.servicearizona.com and complete the registration online. Voters can access this site directly or through the Recorder’s website at the link for “EZVoter.” You must have your current address on file with MVD before using this option. 
    • Forms are available at multiple locations throughout the county: any Pima County Recorder’s office, any Arizona Department of Motor Vehicle branch, all post offices and libraries, political party headquarters, and city/town halls. 
    • Voters can download a form directly from the Recorder’s website, complete it and mail it in. 
    For more information, voters may call the Pima County Recorder’s office at 724-4330. Although voters cannot make the voter registration changes over the phone, staff will be available to answer any questions. 


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