The Arizona State Legislature consists of 30 districts, (LDs) each of which elect one senator and two representatives. Each legislator, both Representatives and Senators, serve two year terms.

Each LD is divided into precincts, represented by Precinct Committeepersons (PCs.)

PCs are the lifeblood of the Party, and are vital to assuring the successful election of Democrats in our county and state. It is the PC, actively participating in the Democratic Party at the precinct level, who helps candidates win elections and promotes Democratic values and ideals.

The number of PCs is allocated by population, and often there are positions left unfilled. Contact your LD leaders to become a PC!

Legislative District 2 is anchored by Tucon’s South and Southeast sides, Nogales by way of suburban Green Valley and Sahuarita. 

LD3 is located on Tucson’s westside 100% of LD3 is located inside of Pima County

Legislative District 4 covers large sections of Yuma, Maricopa and Pima Counties as well as a small section of Pinal County.

Includes midtown neighborhoods north of Speedway and east of Craycroft, Catalina Foothills neighborhoods, Casas Adobes, Flowing Wells, Sabina Canyon areas.

LD10 covers Midtown and East Tucson, north of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base

LD11 includes the northwest portion of Pima County as well as portions of Pinal County. 

LD 14 contains all of Cochise and Greenlee County and part of Pima and Graham counties. Includes the unincorporated communities of Vail, Corona de Tucson, Summerhaven and Rita Ranch. 

This link will take you to Pima County’s website where you can find your district info. Be sure to come back to PimaDems to learn more!