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  • Record number of voters registered in Pima County

    Oct 17, 2016 | Read More News
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    Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez announced on Oct. 17 that Pima County added 34,418 new voters between Aug. 1,  the cutoff date for the Primary Election and Oct. 11, the cutoff for the General Election. That's an increase of almost 7 percent to the voter registration rolls.

    The tables below show countywide numbers by political party and Congressional District.

    Countywide Totals
       2016 Primary 2016 General   Increase  Percent Increase
     Democratic  191,775  206,618 14,843   7.7%
    Republican   155,366 163,372   8,006  5.2%
    Libertarian  3,820   4,378  558  14.6%
    Green   1,557  1,766  209  13.4%
    Other   156,573  167,375  10,802  6.9%
     Total Registered Voters  509,091  543,509 34,418   6.8%

    Congressional District 1
       2016 Primary  2016 General  Increase  Percent Increase
     Democratic  16,578  17,532  954  5.8%
     Republican  26,665  27,940  1,275  4.8%
     Libertarian  376  436  60  16.0%
     Green  68  91  23  33.8%
     Other  18,707  19,745  1,038  5.5%
     Total Registered Voters  62,394  65,744  3,350  5.4%

    Congressional District 2
       2016 Primary  2016 General  Increase  Percent Increase
     Democratic  113,180  121,372  8,192  7.2%
     Republican  105,336  110,589  5,253  5.0%
     Libertarian  2,463  2,842  379  15.4%
     Green  988  1,103  115  11.6%
     Other  96,087  103,115  7,028  7.3%
     Total Registered Voters  318,054  339,021  20,967  6.6%

    Congressional District 3
       2016 Primary  2016 General  Increase  Percent Increase
    Democratic    62,017  67,714  5,697  9.2%
    Republican   23,365  24,843  1,478  6.3%
     Libertarian  981  1,100  119  12.1%
     Green  501  572  71  14.2%
     Other  41,779  44,515 2,736  6.5%
     Total Registered Voters  128,643  138,744  10,101  7.9%

    Check Your Registration Online
    Voters can now check their voter registration status on the Pima County Recorder’s Office website by clicking on the Check your Registration tab. To check their registration, voters must have either their Arizona Driver’s license number or voter registration number. The site will provide voters with information as listed with the Recorder's Office. This includes their registration name and address, early ballot status, party affiliation, election district assignments and voting history.

    For more information on how to access this site, voters may call the Pima County Recorder’s office at (520) 724-4330. 


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