Voting Guide: Know Before You Go
If you have not yet had the thrill of completing and turning in your early ballot, here are some things to keep in mind as you exercise your right to participate in our democracy.
Tuesday, November 1st is the last day to mail in your early ballot.
Friday, November 4th is the last day to drop off your early ballot at an Early Voting Site.
If you cannot use a damaged early ballot or never received it, you can request a replacement by calling the Recorder’s Office at 520-724-4330, or go to an Early Voting Site before Election Day, or go to a Voting Center on Election Day (see below for sites).
From October 12th - November 4th you can vote early in person at an Early Voting Site.
Saturday, November 5th and Monday, November 7th (times listed on chart above)
Before you vote, you will have to fill out a provided form saying you have an emergency and cannot vote on Election Day.
You can also drop off an Early Ballot, no questions asked.
Election Day Voting
Tuesday, November 8th. Polls are open from 6am - 7pm. Ballots must be received by 7pm.
This election you can vote at ANY voting center, not just your precinct as in previous elections. You can use an interactive map of all the centers to find one close to your home or work.
You must be a registered voter and provide valid identification:
1 photo ID with name and address (AZ driver’s license or non-operating ID; tribal enrollment card; US federal, state, or local issued ID such as a passport)
2 forms of non-photo ID with name and address (recent utility bill, bank statement, AZ vehicle registration, Indian census card, property tax statement, voter registration card, etc.)
Find details on identification requirements on the Pima County Website.
Some voting sites located in the CFSD area:
Embassy Suites Paloma Village (Skyline/Campbell)
St. Thomas Church (Valley View Rd.)Pima county website
Journey Church (Swan, between Sunrise and River)
Lutheran Church of the Foothills (Craycroft, between Sunrise and River)
Dusenberry Library (Craycroft and River)
St. Albans Church (Sabino Canyon Rd.)
Still have questions? You can find more information on the Pima County Recorder’s website.
This is an exciting time as we close in on Election Day! Whether it’s the first time casting a vote as a CatFoot senior or a countless repeated act over the decades, we hope this civic duty feels empowering and perhaps even sacred, reflecting on the awesome ability to take part in shaping our local governance as well as recognizing the sacrifices and costs of those who provided this right for us. Thank you for your support during this campaign. Happy Voting!