Not that anyone will notice, since that’s the day when SB 1070 becomes active and we’ll all be riveted by the events of the day. Still, the events surrounding “1070 Day” may wake you from political lethargy to the point that you’d want to vote.
It’s important to remember that Independents may vote in any of the four primaries...Republican, Democratic, Green or Libertarian. All you have to do is ask.
There are plenty of reasons for Independents to shoulder in to one of the four primaries. If there are no contests in the party you secretly favor you may want to nip over into the opposition primary and vote for the “weakest” opposition candidate.
Of course you may secretly favor a party in which there are a number of contestants in a race and you want to vote for your favorite.
Don’t forget there are races for more than state and national legislators. Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, Superintendent of Public Instruction, and Corporation Commission, among others. You may want to cast a ballot to deny some whacko a chance of election.
During early voting there are two ways of requesting an early ballot.
You may contact the Pima County Recorder on line and request an early ballot. To do that, click here.
You may also request a ballot by phone: 520-740-4330
If you would prefer to cast a ballot in person a number of polling places will be available. These are listed here, click.
Cross-Posted from TucsonCitizen.com/dataport