CD8 voter advisory: Don’t give ballots to strangers

The Pima County Recorder’s Office is issuing an advisory to all voters in Pima County to refrain from giving their voted ballots to a stranger. The recorder’s Office reports says that they received numerous calls from concerned voters that they are being contacted by phone by individuals asking them if they can pick up their voted ballots and take them to the Post Office or the Recorder’s Office.

The Recorder reports that they have even had voters state that people are knocking on their front doors asking for their voted ballots and telling them they’ll take it to the Post Office or Recorder’s Office.

The Pima County Recorder’s Office advises voters that they still have plenty of time to mail in their voted ballots.

If a voter wants to hand deliver their voted ballot, they should take it to any of the Recorder’s Office locations Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.:

Downtown 115 N Church
East side 6920 E Broadway, Suite D
Ballot Processing 6550 S. County Club