2019 City of Tucson Election and Candidate Info
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 election. Council 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.
Voting in the 2019 City of Tucson Elections:
The City of Tucson elections is a mail-in election only. The recorder’s office will mail all registered Democratic, Republican and Libertarian voters a ballot. 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 elections department website for more details or call the Pima County Elections office with questions (520) 791-3221.
Primary Election – August 27, 2019
(Deadline to register July 29, 2019)
General Election – November 5, 2019
(Deadline to register – October 7, 2019)