Deadline approaching to register for special election - Tucson News Now

Deadline approaching to register for special election

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Time is running out to register to vote in the May 2017 special election. 

According to a city of Tucson news release, the voter registration deadline is Monday, April 17.  Those interested in registering to vote need to call the Pima County Recorder at (520) 724-4330, or go online to: www.recorder.pima.gov.

Ballots for the May 16 special election will be mailed to active registered voters on or about April 26.

A special election publication "The Choice Is Yours," put out by the city of Tucson, will be mailed to registered voters around April 11. This pamphlet has voter information for the upcoming special election on May 16. The purpose of the special election is to ask voters as to whether an amendment to the Tucson City Charter should be authorized for a temporary half-cent (0.5 percent) sales tax to fund street and public safety improvements. 

Any questions please call 791-3221 or go online to www.tucsonaz.gov/clerks.

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