Elected Officials and Voting

This is a guide to locating contact information for elected officials and finding voting information for Tucson and Pima County, Arizona.


Register to Vote - Service Arizona , opens a new window

Check Your Voter Registration Status, opens a new window - Arizona Secretary of State (English or Spanish)

Locate My Polling Place and Directions - Pima County, opens a new window

Enter your street address to locate your polling place. Results for your address include the school district, the Pima County Supervisor District, Fire Taxation District (if any), U.S. Congressional District, State Legislative District, Justice Precinct, and other.

Elected Officials


Contact The White House, opens a new window

Contact President Biden or request assistance with a Federal agency.

U.S. Senate, opens a new window

Locate phone, postal, and online contact information for your Senator. Provides direction for addressing correspondence.

U.S. House of Representatives, opens a new window

Directory of Representatives, searchable by last name or state and district.

U.S. Government Agencies and Branches, opens a new window

Your online guide to government information and services.


Arizona.gov, opens a new window

Official website of the State of Arizona.

Office of the Governor, opens a new window

1700 West Washington Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85007
Phoenix: 602-542-4331
Tucson: 520-628-6580
Contact the Governor via email here, opens a new window.

Arizona State Legislature - Senate Members, opens a new window

Locate and contact your Arizona State Senator. 

Arizona State Legislature - House of Representatives Members, opens a new window

Locate and contact the Representative for your district.

AZ Direct, opens a new window

Directory of State agencies and key contacts.


Pima County Board of Supervisors, opens a new window

City of Tucson Mayor & Council and City Manager, opens a new window

City of South Tucson Mayor and Council, opens a new window

Town of Marana Mayor and Council, opens a new window

Town of Oro Valley Mayor and Council, opens a new window

Town of Sahuarita Mayor and Council, opens a new window

Other Resources

Citizens Clean Elections Commission, opens a new window

The Citizens Clean Elections Act, passed by voters in 1998, is administered by a five member, non-partisan Commission. The Act established a system for voter education, clean funding for candidate campaigns and campaign finance enforcement.

Election History on City of Tucson Elections page, opens a new window

Dates of upcoming elections, list of candidates, and information for candidates.

Federal Elections Commission (FEC), opens a new window

A source for campaign contributions, spending, and other finance data.

League of Women Voters

Find your elected officials by zip code.

National Political Parties, opens a new window

List of political parties active in the U.S.

Official Forms of Address

How to address the envelope and form the salutation when contacting an elected official. (The Emily Post Institute)

Pima County Recorder's Office, opens a new window

Comprehensive election and voting information, including how to request a ballot by mail and to add your name to the Permanent Early Voter List.

State, Local and Tribal Governments, opens a new window

USA.gov maintained lists of contact information for state, local, and tribal governments.

Vote411, opens a new window

Established by the League of Women Voters Education Fund it provides nonpartisan information to the public with both general and state-specific information.

Find the information you need by calling the library's Infoline at 520-791-4010 or by sending your question to Ask a Librarian.