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How to vote

On Election Day, be sure to take information to prove residency and voting eligibility when heading to a local polling place to cast the midterm 2010 ballot.

The polling place will have a sign-in table, which will require your legal name and signature in order to receive your ballot. A marking pen and an optional secrecy sleeve are also available before entering the secrecy booth.

Fill in the ovals next to the candidate of choice, place completed ballots in the black ballot boxes, and grab a “”I VOTED”” sticker.

Filled ballots are scanned and tallied, and misread ballots are returned automatically. The polling place inspector can aid in the submission of problem ballots.  

To confirm where your polling place is, you may go to Tucson’s local election center, which is the Pima County Recorder’s Office, P.O. Box 3145, Tucson, Ariz., 85702 or reach them by phone at 740-4330.

1. Temple Emmanuel 225 N. Country Club Road

2. First Christian Church 740 E. Speedway Blvd.

3. Mountain Avenue Church of Christ 2848 N. Mountain Ave.

4. St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church 3809 E. Third St., Knox Room

5. Sabbar Shrine Temple 450 S. Tucson Blvd.

6. Our Lady of Lavang Parish 800 S. Tucson Blvd., Fellowship Hall

7. Villa Maria Care Center 4310 E. Grant Road, Family Room

8. D.A.V. Chapter 18 4656 E. First St., Hall

9. The Springs 4900 E. Fifth St., Clubhouse

10. Tucson Association of Realtors 2445 N. Tucson Blvd., Conference Center

11. Trinity Presbyterian Church 400 E. University Blvd., Trinity Hall

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