/ Modified feb 7, 2020 3:25 p.m.

How Pima County processes mail ballots

Elections officials want to reassure voters the process is secure.

Elections officials in Pima County took early steps to reassure voters their systems are secure. They explained the process for counting and tallying the results from mail ballots at the Pima County Elections Department. According to county recorder F. Ann Rodriguez, about 80% of voters in Pima County receive their ballots in the mail.

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