The City of Tucson General Election is tomorrow, November 8. It is probably too late to mail in your vote-by-mail ballot (sent to 211,265 registered voters in Tucson). Best bet is to drop it off today at Tucson City Clerk Elections Center,
800 E. 12th Street, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.– or tomorrow at one of the 7 polling places listed by the City Elections website (click here for locations/hours, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.).
Absolute deadline: 7 p.m. on 11/8/11, or your vote will not be counted.
The list below is where the 3 political parties in Pima County are partying tomorrow night:
Green Party of Pima County, 7 to 10 p.m.
The Tasteful Kitchen (vegetarian restaurant)
722 N. Stone (south of University Blvd.)
The Green Party has two candidates running: Mary DeCamp for Mayor, Beryl Baker for Ward 1 Council. 11/8/11 update: just heard from Baker’s campaign and she will be attending a gathering of volunteers on election night at the Doubletree Hotel, 445 S Alvernon, in the Javalina Cantina from 7 pm to 9:30 pm.
Democratic Party of Pima County, 7 to 10:o0 p.m.
Lodge on the Desert (hotel) – Palm Room & Palm Lawn
306 N. Alvernon Way (south of E. 6th St.)
The Democrats have four candidates running: Jonathan Rothschild for Mayor, Regina Romero for Ward 1 Council, Paul Cunningham for Ward 2 Council, Shirley Scott for Ward 4 Council. All the Democratic candidates for Council are incumbents.
Republican Party of Pima County, 7 p.m.
Manning House (mansion)
450 W. Paseo Redondo (east of Granada, north of Congress St.)
Phone: (520) 770-0714
The Republicans have three candidates running: Rick Grinnell for Mayor, Jennifer Rawson for Ward 2 Council, Tyler Vogt for Ward 4 Council.
Vote wisely! Then party with your respective political party. Independents and Libertarians can choose any of the above.
Note: 40% (84,072) of ballots have been returned as of 8:44 a.m. this morning per City Clerk’s office, which includes unprocessed/undeliverable ones. See website (click here).