These are the citizens who represent Tucson ideas and civil concerns in city government. If you feel the Council is not representing your ideas and civil concerns click on their phone number and email address links to initiate a phone call or email. A single postage stamp currently costs $0.55.
NOTE: You may NOT get to speak to the Representative directly on the phone, but a staff member will likely answer. So be prepared with a concise message and speak it clearly so the staff member can relay what you have to say.
Next Regularly Scheduled City of Tucson Election is on August 3, 2021.
NOTE: the election of council members is an off-cycle election which tends to see a lower voter turnout.
There is currently a recall effort to remove the mayor from office. Here is the website for more information: recallregina2020.net
Romero won the November 2019 city election by 15,482 votes receiving 55.88% (52,586) of a total 94,107 total votes over Ed Ackerley (I) who received 39% (37,104).
Santa Cruz won 2019 election by 19,133 votes receiving 57.71% of a total 93,524 total votes. She defeated Sam Nagy (R). Santa Cruz was first elected in 2019.
Cunningham won 2019 election by 23,964 votes receiving 60.03% of a total 93,798 total votes. He defeated Ewart Williams Jr (R). Cunningham was first elected in 2011 but was appointed in 2010.
Durham won 2017 election with 45,735 votes receiving 58.82% of a total 77,755 total votes. He defeated Gary Watson (I) who received 40.27%. Durham was first elected in 2017.
Lee won 2019 election with by 18,628 votes receiving 57.48% of a total 93,726 total votes. She defeated Michael Hicks (R). Lee was first elected in 2019.
Fimbres won 2017 re-election with 56,887 votes receiving 94.23% of a total 60,370 total votes. He ran unopposed. Fimbres was first elected in 2009.
Kozachik won 2017 re-election with 48,892 votes receiving 60.05% of a total 81,417 total votes and defeating Mariano Rodriguez (R) who received 32.62%. Kozachik was first elected in 2009.