“Who Represents You?”

in PINAL County


Click on any precinct number in the table below to get a flyer that is precisely tailored to fit that precinct–the Legislative (LD) and Supervisor (SD) Districts, the Justice Precinct (JP), and the Tucson Ward (TW). These divisions overlap each other; there are 21 distinct “voting regions” for the 102 Pinal precincts!

[Note that although the precincts are curently numbered through 105, precincts 2, 3, and 65 do not exist.]


If you don’t know what precinct you’re in, just go to the Arizona Voter Information Portal website (click here) and click on “Find Your Polling Locations”, then enter your address. A list of elections appears; click on any “Select” button, then click on “My Election Districts”. You’ll get a list of every election district for that address, including the non-partisan-election ones (School, Fire, etc.); your precinct is listed near the bottom.

See below (after the table) for information on sources, and tips on printing and personalizing these flyers.

    “Who Represents You?

  Click on a PINAL County Precinct Number


 

1

20

40

60

80

100

 

4

21

41

61

81

101

 

5

22

42

62

82

102

 

6

23

43

63

83

103

 

7

24

44

64

84

104

 

8

25

45

66

85

105

 

9

26

46

67

86

 

 

10

27

47

68

87

 

 

11

28

48

69

88

 

 

12

29

49

70

89

 

 

13

30

50

71

90

 

 

14

31

51

72

91

 

 

15

32

52

73

92

 

 

16

33

53

74

93

 

 

17

34

54

75

94

 

 

18

35

55

76

95

 

 

19

36

56

77

96

 

 

 

37

57

78

97

 

 

 

38

58

79

98

 

 

 

39

59

 

99

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Printing: be sure to print the flyer in its original size, without reducing it; that is, if your printer offers you options, choose “original size” or “no scaling” or “100%” (or some such), but don’t choose “fit/shrink to printable area” (or anything like it!). The flyers are in “PDF” format, so it’s best to use Adobe Reader to view and print the document. If you have a problem with viewing or printing, just send an e-mail to grassroots@northsidedems.org and we’ll do our best to help solve it.


☞ And don’t forget that you can write your contact information in the space at the bottom, where it says “For more information, please contact your neighborhood Democratic volunteer:”. To personalize it a bit, you may want to use non-black ink and perhaps also highlight the precinct number in the list at the top of the page.


Sources: We’ve used information from several Web sites and election data reports to compile these flyers, but the most broadly helpful is the wonderful booklet published by the League of Women Voters of Greater Tucson, The Citizen's Directory of Elected Officials. Click on the link, then click on “Our Publications”.

  

This is a work in progress. Your criticisms, corrections, suggestions, comments, and questions are earnestly solicited and will be gratefully received; please e-mail them to grassroots@northsidedems.org.