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Mail-in elections may represent the future in Tucson, but complications in Tuesday’s voting show that future isn’t now.
Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez has announced an overhaul of a program that creates voter rosters as well as improvements to her office's quality-control systems.
Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez is pushing back against criticism that her office mishandled its election duties.
Twenty-four percent more Pima County voters had to cast provisional ballots in this presidential election than in 2008 despite the fact significantly fewer voters went to the polls this year.
In the race to be Pima County recorder, a 20-year veteran of the office faces a political newcomer branding himself as a watchdog.
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