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KXCI Conversation with Pima County Recorder Gabriella Cázares-Kelly (Pt. II)

September 28, 2022
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KXCI Conversation with Pima County Recorder Gabriella Cázares-Kelly (Pt. II)
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KXCI DJ Miranda Schubert sits down once again with Pima County Recorder Gabriella Cázares-Kelly to talk about upcoming deadlines for the General Election, why it’s important to vote, and how to help encourage others to vote, too! 

For important voting information, including voting center locations, FAQs, and deadlines, you can visit the Pima County Recorder’s Office website (recorder.pima.gov) or call (520) 724-4330.

Last day to register to vote for General Election: Tuesday, October 11, 2022

Early ballots mailed: Wednesday, October 12, 2022

In-person early voting:  Wednesday, October 12, through Friday, November 4, 2022

Recommended last day to mail ballot: Tuesday, November 1, 2022

Election Day: Tuesday, November 8, 2022; Vote Centers open 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Photo courtesy of the Arizona Mirror

 

Gabriella Cázares-Kelly was elected Pima County Recorder in November 2020 and began her administration in January 2021. She leads an office that oversees voter registration, early voting, and document recording for Pima County. She is a proud, union-dues-paying, former public school educator and community organizer. She is one of four women who co-founded Indivisible Tohono, a grassroots, community organization that provides education and civic-engagement opportunities for members of her tribe, the Tohono O’odham Nation. She was inspired to run for office after encountering many systemic barriers preventing people from simply registering to vote. She is a proud product of Pima Community College and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Arizona and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University. She lives in Tucson with her husband, Ryan, and their two children, who are now of voting age. She enjoys writing, drawing, and documenting her observations as a 21st Century Native American on social media. She is the first Native American to hold an elected Pima County office and the third Native American to hold a county-level office in the State of Arizona 

 


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ballots,   civic engagement,   Community,   Democracy,   elections,   Gabriella Cazares-Kelly,   Pima County,   pima county recorder's office,   primary election,   Voting,  

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