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2021 Tucson City Council Election Candidate Guide

City council candidates respond to an AZPM survey, weighing in on issues facing the community and how to solve them. Responses have not been edited.
Ward 3
Kevin Dahl
City of Tucson

Kevin Dahl

Democrat
Alan Harwell Jr
City of Tucson

Alan Harwell Jr.

Republican
Lucy LiBosha
City of Tucson

Lucy LiBosha

Independent
Ward 5

Councilor Richard Fimbres, a Democrat, is running for re-election without any challengers on the ballot.

Ward 6
Steve Kozachik
City of Tucson

Steve Kozachik

Democrat
Val Romero
City of Tucson

Val Romero

Independent
Key dates

October 4: Voter registration deadline.

October 6: Ballots are mailed.

October 11: One voting location will open at 800 E. 12th St. from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Election Day. At this location, voters may drop off a ballot, vote their ballot, request a replacement ballot or request assistance.

October 22: Last day the city clerk can mail replacement ballots.

October 27: Last day for voters to mail back their ballots. Ballots may be dropped off at a voting location on Election Day.

November 2: Election Day.

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