Jul 25, 2014 12:59 PM by Faye DeHoff
TUCSON - There's only three days left to register to vote in the upcoming primary election.
Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez says the cut-off to register to vote in the August 26 Primary Election is midnight, MONDAY, JULY 28th.
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.
Please remember if you are registering to vote for the first time in Pima County, you must bring proof of United States citizenship. An Arizona driver's license issued after 10/01/1996, your birth certificate, U.S. Passport or a naturalization certificate may be used to establish citizenship.
In order to register voters, the Recorder's main office, located at 115 N. Church Ave., will be open extended hours on Monday, July 28. Hours for that day ONLY will be 8:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. Voters are encouraged to stop in and turn in their registration forms. In addition, staff will be manning the phones until 10:00 p.m. as well, so voters can call with any questions they may have.
There are a number of ways that people can complete their voter registration:
*The easiest way is to go to servicearizona.com and complete the registration online. Voters can access this site directly or through the Recorder's website at www.recorder.pima.gov 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. Out of town residents may call 1-800-775-7462 and ask for extension 44330. Although you cannot make changes to your voter registration over the phone, our staff is always available to answer any questions voters may have.