Practical, nonpartisan, up-to-date voting information

People Voting Pima County

Everyone is busy. Voting can be complicated. We can help.

Ready. Set. Vote! is an election year service of the League of Women Voters of Greater Tucson

Primary Election

Tuesday, July 30

Ballots mailed to Uniform and Overseas Voters6/15
Last day to register to vote7/1
Early voting begins
Early Ballots mailed
7/3
Last day to request a mail ballot7/19
Last day to safely mail back your ballot7/23
Primary Election Day7/30

General Election

Tuesday, Nov 5

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You can watch candidates for state and local offices debate the issues you care about.  The debates are sponsored by the the Citizens Clean Election Commission.  You can watch them live as they happen or  watch recordings at your convenience.

Click here for details on how to view the debates and see a full schedule…

Pima County Debates

CD 6 (R)June 5
Pima County Attorney (D)June 24
U.S. Senate (R)June 26
All live debates are at 6:00 pm

League of Women Voters Candidate Forums

You can meet local candidates and hear where they stand a Forums sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Greater Tucson.

Links We Love

Here are more great voting information resources…

Check out the Voting Toolbox for more practical information about registration, election procedures, I.D. requirements, Vote By Mail and more…

(Because it’s never too early)

Register To Vote

Not registered yet? We can help…

Update Your Registration

Have you moved? Changed your name? You need to update your registration. Here’s how…

Check Your Registration

Not sure if your registration is up to date? You can check it out online…

Active Early Voting List

Have a mail ballot sent to you automatically. Here’s how it works…

We envision a democracy where every person has the desire, the right, the knowledge and the confidence to participate.