“Who Represents You?”

in Pima 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 76 distinct “voting regions” for the 248 Pima precincts!

  

Precinct numbers containing “ -T ” in the table below: some voter precincts include parts of both the City of Tucson and non-city Pima County, or parts of two or three Wards within the City. Those precincts have a different flyer for each of their “voting regions”, so they have two (or more) entries in the table below:

  • the plain precinct number, for the non-city area of the precinct, and

  • the precinct number followed by “-T” and a Ward number for the Tucson area(s) of the precinct.

  

If you don’t know what precinct (or Ward) you’re in, just go to the Pima County Recorder’s Web site (click here) and click on “Polling Location” (near the bottom of the right-hand column), then enter an address. You’ll get a list of every election district for that address, including the non-partisan-election ones (School, Fire, etc.).

  

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.

   

    “Who Represents You?

  Click on a Pima County Precinct Number


 

1

50

100

150

200

 

 

2

51

101

151

201

 

 

3

52

102

152

202

 

 

4

53

103

153

203

 

 

5

54

104

153-T1

204

 

 

6

54-T5

105

153-T3

205

 

 

7

55

106

154

206

 

 

8

55-T3

107

155

207

 

 

9

56

108

156

208

 

 

10

57

109

157

209

 

 

11

58

110

158

210

 

 

12

59

111

159

210-T3

 

 

13

60

112

160

211

 

 

14

61

113-T4

161

212

 

 

15

62

113-T6

162

213

 

 

16

63

114

163

214

 

 

16-T1

64

115

164

214-T2

 

 

17

65

116

165

215

 

 

18

66

117

166

216

 

 

19

66-T5

118

167

217

 

 

19-T5

67

119

168

217-T4

 

 

20

67-T3

120

169

218

 

 

21

68

121

170

218-T4

 

 

22

69

122

170-T3

219

 

 

22-T1

70

123

171

220

 

 

23

71

124

172

221

 

 

24

72-T3

125

173

222

 

 

25

72-T6

126

174

223

 

 

26

73

126-T2

175

224

 

 

27

74

127

176

224-T4

 

 

28

75

128

177

225

 

 

29

76

129

178

225-T3

 

 

30

77

130

178-T2

226

 

 

31

78

131

179

227

 

 

32

79

131-T2

180

228

 

 

32-T3

80

132

181

229

 

 

33

81

133

182

230

 

 

33-T1

82-T5

134

183

230-T3

 

 

34

82-T6

135

184

231

 

 

35

83

136

185

232

 

 

36

84

137

186

233

 

 

37

85

138

186-T3

234

 

 

38

86

139

187

235

 

 

39

86-T5

140

188

236

 

 

39-T4

87

141

189

237

 

 

40

88

142

190

238

 

 

41

89

143

190-T1

239

 

 

42-T3

90

144

191

240

 

 

42-T6

91

144-T1

192

241

 

 

43

92

145

193

242

 

 

44

93

146

194

243

 

 

45

94

147

195

243-T2

 

 

46

95

148

196

244

 

 

47

96

149

197

245

 

 

47-T5

97

 

198

246

 

 

48

98-T5

 

199

247

 

 

48-T5

98-T6

 

 

248

 

 

49

99

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sources: We’ve used information from several Web sites, and even the AZ Secretary of State’s election 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 2014 Citizen's Directory of Elected Officials. Click on the link and check it out.

  

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