As soon as you get your mail-in ballot on October 7, vote it immediately. No first-class postage is needed. You can check when your ballot was counted — visit

You can also take your ballot in-person to a ballot drop off location — for a list see or to a polling place — for a list see

What if you can’t find your ballot? What if the dog ate your ballot. For answers, call the Pima Recorder at (520) 724-4330.