TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - On Thursday, Nov. 12, Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez announced her office has completed and verified all provisional ballots issued on Election Day.
The office received more than 18,600 provisional ballots from the county’s election department after polls closed on Nov. 3.
Out of the 18,685 forms processed, a total of 16,193 were determind valid for counting- a validity rate of about 86.7%.
Rodriguez stated, “In our processing of the provisional ballots, I directed my staff to track the reason why a voter’s ballot was issued and whether the ballot was valid or disqualified.”
Those who voted using a provisional ballot can check to see if their ballot counted towards the election by visiting the recorder’s [website] and clicking on the “provisional ballot status” link.
A breakdown of the numbers is right below.
PROVISIONAL BALOTS- 2020 GENERAL ELECTIONS, REASON TOTALS
CONDITIONAL PROVISIONAL BALLOTS