The Pima County Department of Elections tabulates all votes. Election night results will include most of the ballots received, however, there may be some votes NOT tabulated. This may include ballots dropped off Election Day at the Town Hall Ballot Replacement Center and ballots delivered on Election Day to the County Recorder’s Office.
The Ballot Replacement Center located in the Sahuarita Town Hall will open at 7 a.m. Election Day and will remain open until 7 p.m. Election Night. Voters may hand-deliver their completed ballot, or vote a replacement ballot if their ballot is lost, spoiled, destroyed, or the voter did not receive a ballot.
General Election Information
Pima County Elections Department Results
At the Town’s request, the National Research Center, in partnership with the International City/County Management Association, recently conducted a survey designed to gather information about residents’ opinions about life in Sahuarita. The survey instrument was developed by a panel of national experts and pilot tested in several other cities and towns. This statistically valid survey had a response rate sufficient to provide a margin of error of 5%.
The very good news is that 89% of respondents rated the Town of Sahuarita as “excellent” or “good” as a place to live. Residents focused most positively on the cleanliness, overall appearance, and reputation of the Town, as well as on quality of life issues.
To read Mayor Blumberg's complete letter to residents, please CLICK HERE
If you operate a business from your home, you would have gone through the process of obtaining a Home Occupation Permit through the Town of Sahuarita Planning and Zoning Division. The Planning and Zoning Division is in the process of changing the zoning code rules for home businesses.