Nov 8, 2012 6:55 PM
TUCSON - If you cast a "conditional provisional" ballot on Election Day Tuesday due to insufficient identification, you have until the end of Wednesday, November 14 to return to the county elections office with proper ID.
According to Secretary of State Ken Bennett, there are an estimated 631,274 early and provisional ballots yet to be counted and processed, which could affect the outcome of at least two races and one ballot measure in Pima County that are still too close to call.
The Congressional District 2 race between Martha McSally and Rep. Ron Barber, the Pima County Sheriff race between Mark Napier and incumbent Clarence Dupnik, and Prop. 409, which would allocate $100 million for Tucson street repair, are all too close to call at this point, and the provisional and early ballots could make a difference.
In Pima County, there are 54,541 uncounted early ballots and 26,194 uncounted provisional ballots, according to the Secretary of State's office.
Bennett said a state canvass to certify the official election results for all federal, statewide and legislative races is scheduled for December 3.
Pima County voters who cast a conditional provision ballot should bring proper identification to the Pima County Recorder's Office, located at 115 N. Church Avenue, by November 14.
Click here to view a FAQ about provisional ballots from the recorder's office, and click here to check the status of your provisional ballot.