Encouraging citizen participation in the governmental process is a key role of the LWVGT. However, seeking current contact details for elected officials can be a challenge given the varied timing of elections for school boards, city, county, state, national, and tribal governments.
The Citizen’s Directory can be used by Southern Arizonans seeking information for every elected official in Pima County. It also contains information about those who represent Pima County in Phoenix and Washington D.C. A comprehensive and trusted resource, it includes current contact information for all elected officials.
“This is one of several projects helping citizens be more informed and taking a more active role in their government and in voting,” shared LWVGT President Judy Wood. “We are non-partisan and never support a given party or candidate, but we urge every eligible person to register to vote and cast their ballot.”
For more than a dozen years, the directory has been a vital tool for anyone wanting to speak out and remain up to speed with what our elected officials are doing.
Library Director Amber Mathewson says, “Civic engagement is a cornerstone of building healthy communities. We are committed to supporting the process and making sure people have access to this important information. We’re grateful to the League for their ongoing efforts.
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