Those races often don’t have as much visibility as some of the splashier, statewide contests – and knowing your local political districts gets tricky every 10 years when the political lines are redrawn in a process called redistricting.
What to do, then, when those races are some of the most important when it comes to building a better future for ourselves and the next generation?
There is a solution, brought to you by Rachel Tineo, a senior business systems analyst, and Michael Duran, TMC’s chief development officer and who is
himself a candidate for the Pima Community College Governing Board in District 1. This tip will ensure you’ll know exactly which races will appear on your Nov. 4 general election ballot.
Go to the Pima County Recorder’s Office www.recorder.pima.gov and click on “polling location” on the right hand margin. Type in your address and voilà: Up pops a list of all of the political jurisdictions you are eligible to vote within.
TMC encourages you to follow Rachel and Michael’s sentiments – regardless of your political affiliation, make your voice heard and have a choice.