It’s too late to MAIL in your ballot! But you can still help.

Write in Sam Nagy for Ward 1

Over 1 BILLION dollars will be prioritized for your public safety, parks and infrastructure when you qualify SAM NAGY for the ballot.

WEDNESDAY, August 21 was the last day for voters to mail back their voted ballot via U.S. Postal Service.

If you do not mail it, you must drop it off on TUESDAY, August 27.Ballots may be dropped off at a voting location on Election Day only- There are only 7 voting locations- Identification will be required at the voting locations.
Click here or see below to view our Voting Locations with dates and times of operation:
Pursuant to A.R.S. § 16-558.02, any registered City of Tucson voter may obtain a replacement ballot on Election Day upon presentation of a signed, sworn statement that the ballot was lost, spoiled, destroyed or not received. Sworn statements will be available at each voting location.
Registered Voters may visit any one of the voting locations and perform any of the following:
• Drop off your ‘voted’ vote-by-mail ballot, or
• Bring your vote-by-mail ballot, cast the ballot in person and drop it in the ballot box, or 
• Receive and vote a vote-by-mail replacement ballot.

Pima 4 Trump 2020

Republican Party of Pima County presents NEW $20 for 2020 Team Fundraiser. Imagine your city, county, state & country in the hands of Democrats or in the hands of Republicans. The choice is yours. Donate NOW!

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Pima County Republican Party Statement Regarding Mayor Rothschild’s ‘Hot Mic’ Moment

Pima County, Arizona – Tucson’s outgoing Mayor Jonathan Rothschild, at a public meeting on Tuesday, not once but twice dropped the f-bomb with regard to constituents and their comments.

While not an earth-shaking occurrence, it is an indication of the disdain the elitist political Left has for their beleaguered citizens and for our cultural norms.

It’s part and parcel of the decades-long deterioration of the many cities in our country which are run by his Leftist, “progressive” party.

Stonegarden Statement

David Eppihimer, Chairman, Pima GOP, to the Pima County Board of Supervisors

Supervisors, Chairman Elias, I am David Eppihimer, a resident and taxpayer in Pima County and Chairman of the Pima County Republican Party.  I speak for the Party today.

We have a documented crisis on the border as finally reported by mainstream news outlets of all types.  The resulting situation reminds me of a line from the Jaycee creed…”we are a country of laws, not of men”.  The first time I heard this, I didn’t get it. I did soon enough. We are moving toward a country of people’s feelings & opinions, not of laws.  The solution is simple, follow the law.

I urge this Board to disregard a vocal but tiny minority of the fringe of the left that advocates for open boarders.  It has been said that you don’t have a country if you don’t have borders.

Do the right thing for Pima County public safety…accept the funding!

UPDATE: The Board voted 3-2 to accept the funding

Congratulations to these Award Winners!

Announced at the recent Lincoln Day Dinner, we’re proud to recognize these volunteers for their contributions to the Republican party here in Southern Arizona. Thank you to all!


Pima GOP

Art Wales Memorial Citizenship Award: Ann Hollis

PC of the Year: Deana Puccinelli

Rookie of the Year: Bobbie Jo King

Activist of the Year (2): Nadia Larson & Geri Ottoboni


PC of the Year: (2)  Lee Cornelison & Judy Alkire

Rookie of the Year: Jan Farrington


PC of the Year: Brad Cowan


PC of the Year: Mikki Neimi

Rookie of the Year: Kimberly Cervantez


PC of the Year: (2) Brad Johns & Donna Alu


PC of the Year: Chris King

Rookie of the Year: Mike Sullivan


PC of the Year: Daniel Seifried

Rookie of the Year: Dion Heimink


PC of the Year: Dean Anderson

Rookie of the Year: Norma Corella