Posted: Oct 25, 2012 6:39 PM by Sami-Jo Roth
Updated: Oct 25, 2012 10:49 PM
TUCSON - The Pima County Recorder's office is warning voters not to give voted early ballots to strangers.
If voters are being contacted by people asking if they can pick up voted ballots, the Recorder's Office has instructed voters to say, "No." They advise voters never to give voted ballots to a stranger, because there is no guarantee they are actually taking them where they should.
The only people you should trust with your ballot are a family member, a trusted co-worker, a friend or the US Postal Service, according to the Pima County Recorder's Office.
If a voter wants to hand-deliver their ballot, they can take it to any of the Early Voting locations Monday through Friday, or Saturday, November 3, 2012.
For a complete list of early voting sites and hours of operation, visit the Pima County Recorder's website at www.recorder.pima.gov.
Click here to submit a news tip to us!
Become a Facebook Fan!
Help those in need this holiday season
Win! Win! Win!
Wise Local Marketing!
Get news, weather and more on your smartphone and tablet!
Get texts for news, traffic, deals and more!
Sign up on KVOA.com for newsletters, exclusive deals, and more!
What's happening on News 4 @ 4
Stories and videos with Kristi's Kids
Check out the latest events FC Tucson has scheduled.
Let us help grow your business
Digital Channel 4.2
What's on KVOA and when!
Contact info for our department heads
KVOA's on air personalities!
Work at News 4 Tucson
Complete feeds of all KVOA.com stories
FCC Public File of Records, Reports, and More