Pima County

These are the citizens who represent Tucson ideas and civil concerns in county government. If you feel the Board of Supervisors 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.

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Board of Supervisors

Next Regularly Scheduled County Election is on August 6, 2024.

Elected Info

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Full Name
Rex Scott
First Name
Rex
Last Name
Scott
Constituency
District 1
Title
Supervisor
Term Ends
December 31, 2024
Re-Election
Hometown
Occupation
Address
130 W Congress 11th Floor
City
Tucson
State
AZ
Zip Code
85701
Phone
520-724-2738
Dossier
rex-scott
Ballotopia
https://ballotpedia.org/Rex_Scott
Website
https://webcms.pima.gov/cms/One.aspx?portalId=169&pageId=3653
Instagram
LinkedIn
YouTube
Committees
Notes
Biography
Approach
Responsibilities

The Pima County Board of Supervisors is responsible for establishing the policies of the County that provide direction for the various departments and for appointing a County Administrator. The Board has the legal authority and responsibility to establish spending limits and approve the budgets of all County departments, including those of the elected officials. The Board also sets the amount of taxes to be levied in the County.

The members of the Board of Supervisors sit as the Air Quality Control District Board, Board of Deposit, Flood Control District Board, Library District Board, Stadium District Board, Zoning Enforcement Board of Appeals and various Improvement District Boards. The Chair of the Board of Supervisors, or his/her designee, is a member of the Corrections Officer Retirement Board, County Attorney Investigators Local Retirement Board and the Public Safety Retirement Board.

Members of the Board of Supervisors serve as appointees to the Board of Health and the Metropolitan Education Commission, and the incorporators of the Pima County, Arizona Municipal Property Corporation. The Board of Supervisors is represented on the Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau (Visit Tucson), the Pima Association of Governments/Regional Transportation Authority and Sun Corridor.

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Elected Info

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Full Name
Matt Heinz
First Name
Matt
Last Name
Heinz
Constituency
District 2
Title
Supervisor
Term Ends
December 31, 2024
Re-Election
Hometown
Occupation
Physician
Address
130 W Congress 11th Floor
City
Tucson
State
AZ
Zip Code
85701
Phone
520-724-8126
Dossier
matt-heinz
Ballotopia
https://ballotpedia.org/Matt_Heinz
Website
https://webcms.pima.gov/cms/One.aspx?portalId=169&pageId=7889
Instagram
LinkedIn
YouTube
Committees
Notes
Biography
Approach
Responsibilities

The Pima County Board of Supervisors is responsible for establishing the policies of the County that provide direction for the various departments and for appointing a County Administrator. The Board has the legal authority and responsibility to establish spending limits and approve the budgets of all County departments, including those of the elected officials. The Board also sets the amount of taxes to be levied in the County.

The members of the Board of Supervisors sit as the Air Quality Control District Board, Board of Deposit, Flood Control District Board, Library District Board, Stadium District Board, Zoning Enforcement Board of Appeals and various Improvement District Boards. The Chair of the Board of Supervisors, or his/her designee, is a member of the Corrections Officer Retirement Board, County Attorney Investigators Local Retirement Board and the Public Safety Retirement Board.

Members of the Board of Supervisors serve as appointees to the Board of Health and the Metropolitan Education Commission, and the incorporators of the Pima County, Arizona Municipal Property Corporation. The Board of Supervisors is represented on the Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau (Visit Tucson), the Pima Association of Governments/Regional Transportation Authority and Sun Corridor.

Effectiveness
History

Elected Info

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Full Name
Sharon Bronson
First Name
Sharon
Last Name
Bronson
Constituency
District 3
Title
Supervisor
Term Ends
December 31, 2024
Re-Election
Hometown
Occupation
Address
130 W Congress 11th Floor
City
Tucson
State
AZ
Zip Code
85701
Phone
520-724-8051
Dossier
sharon-bronson
Ballotopia
https://ballotpedia.org/Sharon_Bronson
Website
https://webcms.pima.gov/cms/One.aspx?portalId=169&pageId=8132
Instagram
LinkedIn
YouTube
Committees
Notes
Biography
Approach
Responsibilities

The Pima County Board of Supervisors is responsible for establishing the policies of the County that provide direction for the various departments and for appointing a County Administrator. The Board has the legal authority and responsibility to establish spending limits and approve the budgets of all County departments, including those of the elected officials. The Board also sets the amount of taxes to be levied in the County.

The members of the Board of Supervisors sit as the Air Quality Control District Board, Board of Deposit, Flood Control District Board, Library District Board, Stadium District Board, Zoning Enforcement Board of Appeals and various Improvement District Boards. The Chair of the Board of Supervisors, or his/her designee, is a member of the Corrections Officer Retirement Board, County Attorney Investigators Local Retirement Board and the Public Safety Retirement Board.

Members of the Board of Supervisors serve as appointees to the Board of Health and the Metropolitan Education Commission, and the incorporators of the Pima County, Arizona Municipal Property Corporation. The Board of Supervisors is represented on the Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau (Visit Tucson), the Pima Association of Governments/Regional Transportation Authority and Sun Corridor.

Effectiveness
History

Bronson defeated Gabriela Saucedo Mercer (R) in the 2020 general election receiving 57.3% of the 90,405 total votes. Mercer received 42.5%. A difference of 13,413.

Elected Info

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Full Name
Steve Christy
First Name
Steve
Last Name
Christy
Constituency
District 4
Title
Supervisor
Term Ends
December 31, 2024
Re-Election
Hometown
Occupation
Address
130 W Congress 11th Floor
City
Tucson
State
AZ
Zip Code
85701
Phone
520-724-8094
Dossier
steve-christy
Ballotopia
https://ballotpedia.org/Steve_Christy
Website
https://webcms.pima.gov/cms/One.aspx?portalId=169&pageId=6242
Instagram
LinkedIn
YouTube
Committees
Notes
Biography
Approach
Responsibilities

The Pima County Board of Supervisors is responsible for establishing the policies of the County that provide direction for the various departments and for appointing a County Administrator. The Board has the legal authority and responsibility to establish spending limits and approve the budgets of all County departments, including those of the elected officials. The Board also sets the amount of taxes to be levied in the County.

The members of the Board of Supervisors sit as the Air Quality Control District Board, Board of Deposit, Flood Control District Board, Library District Board, Stadium District Board, Zoning Enforcement Board of Appeals and various Improvement District Boards. The Chair of the Board of Supervisors, or his/her designee, is a member of the Corrections Officer Retirement Board, County Attorney Investigators Local Retirement Board and the Public Safety Retirement Board.

Members of the Board of Supervisors serve as appointees to the Board of Health and the Metropolitan Education Commission, and the incorporators of the Pima County, Arizona Municipal Property Corporation. The Board of Supervisors is represented on the Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau (Visit Tucson), the Pima Association of Governments/Regional Transportation Authority and Sun Corridor.

Effectiveness
History

Christy defeated Steve Diamond (D) in the 2020 general election receiving 54.4% of the 127,278 total votes. Diamond received 45.4%. A difference of 11,479.

Elected Info

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Full Name
Adelita Grijalva
First Name
Adelita
Last Name
Grijalva
Constituency
District 5
Title
Supervisor
Term Ends
December 31, 2024
Re-Election
Hometown
Occupation
Address
130 W Congress 11th Floor
City
Tucson
State
AZ
Zip Code
85701
Phone
520-724-8126
Dossier
adelita-grijalva
Ballotopia
https://ballotpedia.org/Adelita_Grijalva
Website
https://webcms.pima.gov/cms/One.aspx?portalId=169&pageId=8288
Instagram
LinkedIn
YouTube
Committees
Notes
Biography
Approach
Responsibilities

The Pima County Board of Supervisors is responsible for establishing the policies of the County that provide direction for the various departments and for appointing a County Administrator. The Board has the legal authority and responsibility to establish spending limits and approve the budgets of all County departments, including those of the elected officials. The Board also sets the amount of taxes to be levied in the County.

The members of the Board of Supervisors sit as the Air Quality Control District Board, Board of Deposit, Flood Control District Board, Library District Board, Stadium District Board, Zoning Enforcement Board of Appeals and various Improvement District Boards. The Chair of the Board of Supervisors, or his/her designee, is a member of the Corrections Officer Retirement Board, County Attorney Investigators Local Retirement Board and the Public Safety Retirement Board.

Members of the Board of Supervisors serve as appointees to the Board of Health and the Metropolitan Education Commission, and the incorporators of the Pima County, Arizona Municipal Property Corporation. The Board of Supervisors is represented on the Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau (Visit Tucson), the Pima Association of Governments/Regional Transportation Authority and Sun Corridor.

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Active Voter Totals

County Voter Totals

DATE DEM REP LBT GRN OTHER TOTAL
3/1/2021 252,640 (40.5%) 180,390 (28.9%) 5,131 (0.8%) 957 (0.2%) 184,209 (29.6%) 623,327
12/28/2020 253,886 (40.5%) 183,512 (29.2%) 5,151 (0.8%) 972 (0.2%) 183,189 (29.2%) 626,710
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