Mobile voter outreach center launches in Pinal County

Dedication ceremony Dec. 5 in Florence

Posted 12/1/19

The Pinal County Recorder’s Office and the Citizens Clean Elections Commission are to reveal Arizona’s first Mobile Voter Outreach Center at a ceremony in December.

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Mobile voter outreach center launches in Pinal County

Dedication ceremony Dec. 5 in Florence

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The Pinal County Recorder’s Office and the Citizens Clean Elections Commission are to reveal Arizona’s first Mobile Voter Outreach Center at a ceremony in December.

The van makes its official debut at a dedication ceremony 10-11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, at the Pinal County Courthouse, 31 N. Pinal St. in Florence, according to a release.

The Pinal County voter van will be manned by elections officials and will be active year-round, the release states.

In 2020, voters will be able to immediately find its whereabouts on the Clean Elections Voter Dashboard, a customized online platform for voters across Arizona.

During election cycles, registered Pinal County voters will be able to drop off their early ballot at the voter van.

Election Officials will host early voting events and allow voters to cast an early ballot on the spot.

The voter van is immediately available to register eligible individuals to vote and to provide general election information, according to the release.

State government officials and representatives will participate in the scheduled dedication ceremony where details about the origins of this new concept will be shared.

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