Kim Challender for County Recorder: Experience Matters
Kim Challender is the ideal person to be your next County Recorder. She has five years of experience working in the Recorder's office in addition to her work in the private sector. The Recorder's Office needs strong leadership and proven experience. Find out more about her here.
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F. Ann Rodriguez
Tucson Chamber of Commerce
Sen. Andrea Dalessandro
and many others.
Too late to mail your ballot with assurance that it will be received in time. You can drop off your ballot at any Early Voting Site or at any poll on Electrion Day. You can track your ballot to see if it reached the Recorder. Click here to watch F. Ann show you how to do so and get information on ballot drop off.
ANSWER TO READER'S QUESTIONS ABOUT SECURITY, PROOF OF CITIZENSHIP, AND YAQUI EARLY VOTING.
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Kim will work with the Legislature to make voting fairer and more accessible. Let's Make Arizona SOAR!
Same-day Registration - Currently, voters have to be registered 29 days before an election to vote. With modern technology, this is an obsolete law. All 15 AZ counties connect to a real-time database. We now can do same-day registration while maintaining the integrity of the voting process.
Opt-out Registration - The majority of voter registrations come through the MVD. By changing the law to an automatically Opt-in system, voters wouldn't need to go through a separate registration process. An Opt-out registration process would make for cleaner voter roles, save time, and promote voter engagement.
All Ballot by Mail - All Vote-by-Mail (or Ballot-by-Mail) offers voters an easy and convenient option for voting. Vote-by-Mail also saves taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars each year, is safer, and provides faster Election Day results. 80% of Pima County already chooses to Vote-by-Mail. The systems and accountabilities are already in-place.
Rights Restoration - When a previously incarcerated citizen has completed their prescribed sentence and paid their debt to society, voting rights should be reinstated immediately. There is no reason for our state to restrict voting rights from citizens who have taken the steps required to regain their rights and become members of the community.
MANY, MANY THANKS TO MORE THAN 100 VOLUNTEERS WHO HELPED US CONTACT THOUSANDS OF VOTERS WITH PERSONALIZED POSTCARDS AND PHONED AND TEXTED MANY THOUSANDS OF VOTERS!
Many, many thanks to my wonderful Arizona List interns for all their help and support. I deeply appreciate their hard work and creativity.
Listen to Kim talk about Voting Issues.