Tom Prezelski is Chair of Legislative District 2 – a majority-minority district stretching from South Tucson down the I-19 corridor through Sahuarita and Green Valley and including Santa Cruz County. The Pima LD-2 Democrats represent only the portion of the district within Pima County, stopping in Arivaca. More on Legislative District 2.
Andrés Cano is Chair of Legislative District 3 – home to Tucson’s birthplace and oldest neighborhoods as wells as the revitalized Downtown and the world-class University of Arizona. The district covers Tucson’s West and Southwest Sides including Drexel Heights, Tucson Estates. More on Legislative District 3.
Brian Clymer is Chair of Legislative District 9 – one of two highly competitive swing districts located in the Tucson area. Extending north from Speedway and West From Campbell Ave, it encompasses nearly half of Tucson, while stretching northwestward into parts of Marana and most of the Catalina Foothills area. Like neighboring District 10, District […]
Robert Selby is Chair of Legislative District 10 – the super-competitive “swing” district which encompasses nearly half of the metro Tucson area. Extending from its western-most boundary at Campbell Ave, the district runs south of Speedway and north of 22nd St. as it gradually opens up, encompassing nearly the entire east side of Tucson. Highly […]
Tom Cuevas is Chair of Pima County portion of Legislative District 11- where it covers most of Metro Tucson’s Northwest Side including Marana, Oro Valley and SaddleBrooke. More on Legislative District 11.
Jean Vickers is Chair of the Pima County portion of Legislative District 14 – which includes the communities of Vail, Corona de Tucson, Summerhaven and Rita Ranch, on the southeastern edge of the City of Tucson. The rest of the district stretches over all of Cochise, Graham and Greenlee Counties. More on Legislative District 14.