2019 City of Tucson Election Info

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The City of Tucson holds a regularly- scheduled election every two years.  These elections are held every odd-numbered year.  Council members are nominated by the Ward they wish to represent.  They must win the primary in a ward-only electionCouncil members are elected to the city council at-large in the general election.  The Mayor is also elected by the voters at-large.
In 2019 the Mayor and Council Members for Wards 1,2 and 4 are elected.  (In 2021, Council Members for Wards 3,5 and 6 will be elected).
The Mayor and Council Members serve four-year terms.  There are no term limits for these elected offices.

General Election – November 5, 2019
(Deadline to register – October 7, 2019)

Voting in the 2019 City of Tucson Elections:
The City of Tucson elections is a mail-in election only.  All registered Democratic, Republican and Libertarian voters will receive a ballot in the mail.  If you are registered No Party Preference (Independent) you may select one of the three party ballots.   The elections department will operate a limited number of voting locations to drop off your vote-by-mail ballot or receive a replacement ballot.  Please visit the city clerk’s website for more details or call the City Clerk’s office with questions (520) 791-4213.


Election Dates:

Primary Election – August 27, 2019
Election Day – November 5, 2019
Download Precinct/Ward Map
Download Precinct list by Ward
Pima County Elections Department Website