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“I want to make voter registration and early voting easier, faster, and more accessible for all voters." 
-Gabriella Cázares-Kelly

PROUD MEMBER OF TOHONO O'ODHAM NATION

CHANGE COMING THROUGH

For the first time in 28 years, Pima County is going to elect a new Recorder to run our elections. At stake is not only access to the ballot for vulnerable populations, including Tribes, New Americans, the disability community, and students, but also what kind of leadership on Democracy and Voting Rights the Recorder’s Office will deliver for community members across Pima County.
 

Gabriella Cázares-Kelly is committed to :

  • Providing real-time information about the status of your ballot - keeping voters like you informed, from delivery to the moment your vote is counted.

  • Meet Community Needs- Her office will consistently meet with stakeholders throughout Pima County to better understand the needs of the public. This means strengthening relationships with Rural and Tribal communities, Community Colleges and Universities, the Latinx community, the Deaf/Disabled community, and other key communities where areas of growth have been identified.

  • Expanded Early Voting opportunities and inclusive Vote Centers for all Pima County residents-vote easily on the way to and from work or school, not just in your precinct.

  • Ballot Drop Boxes Similar to USPS - securely and safely deposit your ballot without having to wait in line.

  • Increase Marketing and Visibility of the Office - Voters like you must have clear, easy to use instructions on how to access the services of this office, including those that don’t have to do with Elections.

Plan to vote early? Be sure to check for dates and locations!

EARLY BALLOTS

ARE MAILED

OCTOBER 23 to OCTOBER 28

VOTE, SIGN & MAIL

BALLOTS BY  OCTOBER 28

LAST DAY TO MAIL IN BALLOTS

 ELECTION DAY 

  • VOTE IN PERSON 

  • DROP OFF BALLOTS

  • REQUEST A REPLACEMENT BALLOT

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ENDORSED BY

  • The Tohono O'odham Nation

  • Regina Romero, Tucson Mayor

  • Congressman Raul M. Grijalva

  • Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA)

  • Pima Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO 

  • Communication Workers of America (CWA)

  • Run for Something

  • Indivisible Tohono

  • House Minority Leader, Charlene Fernandez Legislative District 4

  • Senator Victoria Steele, Legislative District 9

  • Nikki Lee, Tucson City Councilwoman

  • Kristel Ann Foster, Tucson Unified School Board President

  • Adelita Grijalva, Tucson Unified School Board Member

  • All five  Baboquivari Unified School District Members

    • Juan Buendia, Baboquivari Unified School Board President

    • Annamarie Stevens, Baboquivari Unified School Board Clerk

    • Kathleen Vance, Baboquivari Unified School District Member

    • Sylvia Hendricks, Baboquivari Unified School District Member

    • EllaMae Greasewood, Baboquivari Unified School District Member

  • National Organization For Women, Tucson Chapter

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