Pima County Recorder Sent Out Incorrect Ballots, 90,000 Voters Impacted

Once again, the Pima County Recorder’s Office has sent out ballots in error. This time, the error involves nearly 90,000 voters who received incorrect ballot outside of the City of Tucson.

The Recorder’s Office sent out ballot packets that have a special insert with incorrect dates in a Spanish translation. The English version has correct dates.

Anyone with questions is asked to contact the Pima County Recorder’s Office at 520-724-4330.

The Pima County Recorder’s Office will be sending out a postcard with the correct dates.

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  1. Why does this come as no surprise. Tucson is as corrupt as they come, with huckleberry leading the charge. And answer me this.. the voters voted Arizona an English only state several years ago.. …so why is my ballot in both English and Spanish? The city doesn’t even follow the law! Why?

  2. Holy Cow!

    The Spanish instructions are incorrect.

    Sure wouldn’t want the illegals to miss
    out on the vote.

    By the way; has anybody identified how
    much the taxpayers are paying for this
    deliberately designed off year special
    election? (they want as few votes as
    possible, so the self-interest vote
    doesn’t get watered down by actual

    • It always works this way with the COT AND Pima County. Hold an election in an off-year to garner the fewest votes for passage of whatever Chuck and the power players want.

  3. Pima county guberment running as smooth as a Russian space station.
    Who’s shocked by more endless F\=kups?

    But hey in all fairness it all comes down to what’s truly important, and the county is currently unaware of any reports of potholes on the bike path loop.

    The Oracle

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