Representatives--Find Out Who Represents You
Would you like to know which elected officials represent you? Here are ways to find out.
If you would like a concise guide to elected officials in the Tucson area, the League of Women Voters of Greater Tucson publish Citizen's Directory of Elected Officials on an annual basis. It can be accessed at http://lwvgt.org/files/CitizensDirectoryCurrent.pdf.
City of Tucson
Tucson is divided into wards, which are districts represented by different council members. To find your ward and city council representative, the City of Tucson website provides a free online service called City Scan. You can find it here:
You can also access ward maps at the City of Tucson website:
The website of the Pima County Recorder’s Office offers an online tool to find your polling place. After entering your address, this tool will tell you which precincts and districts you belong to (including congressional and legislative districts).
United States Congress
Determining your U.S. Representative from your zip code:
You can find out who your U.S. Representative is using the website of the United States House of Representatives. All you need is your zip code.
Contacting your Congressional Representative:
If you would like to contact your Congressperson, the House of Representatives website also has a feature that connects you directly with a contact form for the appropriate Representative based on your zip code.
Info Guide: Voting & Elected Officials. Pima County Public Library.