More than a quarter of Pima County’s 478,000 registered voters have signed up for inclusion on the Permanent Early Voting List.

About 120,000 county voters automatically will get ballots for every election they are eligible to vote for in every jurisdiction.

“The voters’ response to this opportunity has been overwhelming,” Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez said.

Twice a year early voters will receive notices for upcoming elections, according to a release. If voters do not want to receive mail-in ballots for those elections, then they can mark their preferences on the notice and return it to the recorder’s office.

‘Opting out’ of an election does not remove a voter from the early voting list.

Voters can sign up for early voting at any time. A form is available for downloading on the county recorder’s Web site, Simply mail the completed form to the Pima County Recorder, 115 N. Church Ave., Tucson, AZ 85701.

For more information, call 740-4330.

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