The Executive Committee voted on April 4th to support Proposition 411, which offers a means of funding road and infrastructure repairs WITHOUT raising local taxes.
In 2017 the citizens of the city of Tucson passed a half-cent sales tax called Proposition 101 to generate $150 million in revenue, 60% of which was allocated to public safety resources rather than roadway safety elements. This half-cent tax is set to expire this year, and voters will be asked to extend the tax on the ballot by means of Proposition 411 in a special election on May 17, 2022. This will generate an additional $590 million to be set aside exclusively for local road and street repair in Tucson over the next 10 years.
Tucson’s streets NEED repairs, and we urge all Pima County voters to vote YES and approve Proposition 411 this May!
Gary Harrison, who served as the division director in the clerk’s office for 30 years, was elected to serve as the Pima County Clerk of the Superior Court in 2018.
With a staff of almost 200 people, the Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court provides quality, accessibility, and streamlined court-related services to the judicial system and the public. This work is accomplished through the development of strong, competent, open, and trusting partnerships, fostered by the Clerk.
Gary needs 1,100 signatures in order to get onto the 2022 General ballot; all signatures must be in-person. Can you sign his petition and get 9 more signatures from your family and friends?
Help Gary get on the ballot so that he can be re-elected to continue his work of making Superior Court procedures more accessible to Pima County residents!
In the spirit of Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis…we bring you our desert version this election season. In this tongue-in-cheek interview hosted by JP Martin, you’ll meet Victoria Steel, running for Senate in Arizona’s LD9.
In the spirit of Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis…we bring you our desert version this election season. In this tongue-in-cheek interview hosted by Trace Gallagher, you’ll meet Steve Diamond, running for Board of Supervisor in Pima County’s District 4.