Election Day In Tucson: When, Where To Vote

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TUCSON, AZ —Election Day is here in Tucson and throughout the U.S. Here's everything you need to know about voting on Nov. 3 in Pima County.

Due to the coronavirus, this election may look a little different. A record number of voters have voted early or mailed in absentee ballots, surpassing the total number of people who voted in 2016 in the days before the 2020 election. Residents choosing to vote in-person will need to bring a black pen and valid identification with them to the polls. Masks and social distancing will also be required.

The Pima County Recorder's Office has provided a sample ballot on its website.

On Election Day, polling places will be open for in-person voting or for ballot drop-off. Polls will open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. You can still vote if you're in line after closing time. Some voters unable to make it to the polls will be given assistance through the Secretary of State's office either by telephone or videoconferencing.

Pima County voters can call (520) 724-4350 with additional questions.

Here's what's on the Pima County ballot:

U.S. President
Biden / Harris (DEM)
Trump / Pence (REP)
Jorgensen / Cohen (LBT)

U.S. Senator
Kelly, Mark (DEM)
McSally, Martha (REP)

U.S. Representative in Congress – District 1
O’Halleran, Tom (DEM)
Shedd, Tiffany (REP)

U.S. Representative in Congress – District 2
Kirkpatrick, Ann (DEM)
Martin, Brandon (REP)

U.S. Representative in Congress – District 3
Grijalva, Raúl (DEM)
Wood, Daniel (REP)

State Senator, Legislative District 2
Gabaldón, Rosanna (DEM)
Workman, Mark (REP)

State Senator, Legislative District 3

Gonzales, Sally Ann (DEM)

State Senator, Legislative District 4
Otondo, Lisa (DEM)
Angry, Travis (REP)

State Senator, Legislative District 9
Steele, Victoria (DEM)

State Senator, Legislative District 10
Engel, Kirsten (DEM)
Wadsack, Justine (REP)

State Senator, Legislative District 11

Mendoza, JoAnna (DEM)
Leach, Venden “Vince” (REP)

State Senator, Legislative District 14
Karp, Bob (DEM)
Gowan, David (REP)

State Representative, Legislative District 2 - Vote for no more than 2
Dalessandro, Andrea (DEM)
Hernandez Jr., Daniel (DEM)
McEwen, Deborah (REP)

State Representative, Legislative District 3 - Vote for no more than 2
Cano, Andrés (DEM)
Hernandez, Alma (DEM)

State Representative, Legislative District 4 - Vote for no more than 2
Fernandez, Charlene (DEM)
Peten, Geraldine “Gerae” (DEM)
John, Joel (REP)

State Representative, Legislative District 9 - Vote for no more than 2
Friese, Randall “Randy” (DEM)
Powers Hannley, Pamela (DEM)
Lyons, Brendan (REP)

State Representative, Legislative District 10 - Vote for no more than 2
DeGrazia, Domingo (DEM)
Stahl Hamilton, Stephanie (DEM)
Gummere, Mabelle (REP)
Hicks, Michael (REP)

State Representative, Legislative District 11 - Vote for no more than 2
Perez, Felipe R. (DEM)
Finchem, Mark (REP)
Roberts, Bret (REP)

State Representative, Legislative District 14 - Vote for no more than 2
Beach-Moschetti, Kimberly “Kim” (DEM)
Maestas-Condos, Ronnie (DEM)
Griffin, Gail (REP)
Nutt, Becky (REP)

Corporation Commissioner - Vote for no more than 3
Mundell, William “Bill” (DEM)
Stanfield, Shea (DEM)
Tovar, Anna (DEM)
Marquez Peterson, Lea (REP)
O’Connor, James “Jim” (REP)
Sloan, Eric (REP)

Board of Supervisors, District 1
Scott, Rex (DEM)
Spain, Steve (REP)

Board of Supervisors, District 2
Heinz, Matt (DEM)
Sizer, Anthony (REP)

Board of Supervisors, District 3
Bronson, Sharon (DEM)
Saucedo Mercer, Gabby (REP)

Board of Supervisors, District 4
Diamond, Steve (DEM)
Christy, Steve (REP)

Board of Supervisors, District 5
Grijalva, Adelita (DEM)
Gonzales, Fernando (REP)

County Attorney
Conover, Laura (DEM)

Sheriff
Nanos, Chris (DEM)
Napier, Mark (REP)

County Recorder
Cázares-Kelly, Gabriella (DEM)
White, Benny (REP)

County Treasurer
Bickel, Brian (DEM)
Ford, Beth (REP)

County Assessor
Droubie, Suzanne (DEM)
Sabbagh, Jo Ann (REP)

County Superintendent of Schools
Williams, Dustin (DEM)

Justice of the Peace, Justice Precinct 2
Cornejo, Erica (DEM)

Justice of the Peace, Justice Precinct 4
Pesquiera, Charlene (DEM)

Justice of the Peace, Justice Precinct 6
Ball, Alexander (DEM)

Justice of the Peace, Justice Precinct 9
Wilson, Kendrick A. (DEM)

Justice of the Peace, Justice Precinct 10
Roberts, Vince (REP)

Constable, Justice Precinct 1
Dorer, John (REP)

Constable, Justice Precinct 4
Vasquez, Oscar (DEM)

Constable, Justice Precinct 6
Bernal, Bennett L. (DEM)

Constable, Justice Precinct 7
Schenek Jr., Thomas (REP)

Constable, Justice Precinct 8
Randall, Kristen (DEM)

Constable, Justice Precinct 9
Camacho, George (DEM)

Constable, Justice Precinct 10
Stevenson, Michael (REP)

Board of Directors – Marana Domestic Water Improvement District – Vote for no more than 2
Sostarich, Annette
(No Candidate Filed)

Board of Directors – Why Domestic Water Improvement District – Vote for no more than 2
George, Walter
Hood, Linda
McElwain, Grant

Board of Governors – Pima Community College District No. 1
Orr, Ethan
Ripley, Catherine

Governing Board – Ajo Unified School District No. 15 – Vote for no more than 2
Guthrie Jr., Lonnie D.
Krznarich, Eric F.
Morales, Lorenzo “Dan”
Ramirez, Paula L.

Governing Board – Ajo Unified School District No. 15
Robertson, Windy

Governing Board – Amphitheater Unified School District No. 10 – Vote for no more than 3
Baker, Scott K.
Cox Golder, Vicki L.
Davis, Nathan
Day, Deanna M.

Governing Board – Continental Unified School District No. 39 – Vote for no more than 3
McGibbon, Andrew W.
Ulery, Richard R.

Governing Board – Continental Unified School District No. 39
Kais, Shelley

Governing Board – Sunnyside Unified School District No. 12 – Vote for no more than 3
Nuñez, Joaquin M.
Nuñez, Lisette
Quintero, Rebecca “Beki”
Taylor, Matthew

Governing Board – Tanque Verde Unified School District No. 13 – Vote for no more than 3
Murthy, Raj
Neff, Jeffrey M.
Schalk, Jeremy L.
Velosa, Anne

Governing Board – Tucson Unified School District No. 1 – Vote for no more than 3
Grivois-Shah, Ravi
Luna Rose, Natalie
Pierson, Joe Nicolas
Ragan, Adam
Shaw, Sadie
Winston, Cindy M.

Governing Board – Vail Unified School District No. 20 – Vote for no more than 3
Fargusson, Kim
King, Christopher
Mixon, André P.
Pratt, Allison
Tippett, Callie B.

Justices of the Arizona Supreme Court up for Retention
Brutinel, Robert
Gould, Andrew W.
Lopez IV, John

Judges of the Court of Appeals Division 2 up for Retention
Brearcliffe, Sean

Judges of the Superior Court up for Retention
Division 1: Griffin, Brenden J
Division 3: Lee, Kenneth
Division 5: Bryson, Kyle A.
Division 8: Gordon, Richard E.
Division 9: Butler, Michael J.
Division 11: Yehling, Wayne E
Division 12: Bernini, Deborah
Division 14: Bennett, Renee T.
Division 16: Metcalf, D. Douglas
Division 18: McGinley, Casey F.
Division 23: Sakall, Greg
Division 24: Wagener, Joan L.
Division 25: Hinderaker, John Charles
Division 26: Johnson, Kellie L.
Division 28: Tang, Paul E.
Division 29: McDonald, Scott D.

Proposition 207

The law would allow limited marijuana possession, use and cultivation by adults 21 and over. It would amend criminal penalties for possession and ban smoking marijuana in public. It would also impose a 16 percent excise tax on marijuana sales to fund public programs, as well as allow expungement of marijuana offenses.

Proposition 208
The law would impose a 3.5 percent tax surcharge on those with an annual income over $250,000 or $500,000 for married persons filing joint taxes. It would increase funding for public education.

Proposition 481
A “yes” vote would allow the Pima County Community College District to adjust its base
expenditure limit by $11,484,199.

Proposition 482
A “yes” vote would authorize the Marana Unified School District Governing Board to continue the existing maintenance and operation budget override authority and resulting tax, which includes an amount that exceeds the District’s revenue control limit.

Proposition 483
A "yes" vote would authorize the Tanque Verde Unified School District No. 13 in Pima County to issue and sell $16 million in school improvement bonds to be repaid with secondary property taxes. It would provide money to construct and renovate school buildings, purchase transportation and supply schools with equipment and technology, among other things.

Proposition 484
A “yes” vote would authorize the Continental Elementary School District Governing Board to continue the existing maintenance and operation budget override authority and resulting tax, which includes an amount that exceeds the District’s revenue control limit by up to 14% per year for seven years.

Proposition 485
A "yes" vote would allow the Green Valley Fire District to issue and sell bonds (not exceeding $13 million) and use the proceeds to improve buildings, purchase new equipment and more.

Proposition 486
A “yes” vote would establish an alternative expenditure limitation for the City of South Tucson.

This article originally appeared on the Tucson Patch

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