Tucson Mayor Regina Romero Discusses Her Re-Election Campaign and Goals for a Second Term

It has been an eventful first term for Tucson Mayor Regina Romero. When she was not battling science denying Governor Doug Ducey and right-wing legislators over how to keep people safe during the height of the Coronavirus, Mayor Romero, with members of the City Council, pursued a progressive program, which included a Working Families Agenda, … Read more

Mayor Regina Romero Announces Her Campaign for Re-Election

In a move that should surprise no one, Tucson Mayor Regina Romero has announced her intentions to seek re-election to her Mayoral position this year. Re-elect Regina Romero For Mayor Campaign Launch Press Release.docx In a press release from her campaign, Mayor Romero’s team highlighted her considerable achievements while in the office including helping to: … Read more

Mayor Regina Romero Celebrates Tucson’s Accomplishments on the Last Days of 2022

On the last days of 2022, Tucson Mayor Regina Romero helped welcome 2023 by hailing 22 accomplishments on social media made by the city government in the last year. These measures included those to help Tucsonians get affordable housing, improvements to public safety, lifting all people up, and new infrastructure and green sustainability projects. Among … Read more

Tucson Mayor Regina Romero Goes to Washington

For the second time in about three weeks, Tucson Mayor Regina Romero journeyed to Washington D.C. to tout the effects of Biden/Harris Administration policies and largely Democratic Congressional achievements like the American Rescue Plan and the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law on Tucson. On September 21, 2022, Mayor Romero testified on the effects of the Bipartisan Infrastructure … Read more

Mayor Regina Romero and the Tucson City Council Approve Changes to the City Code for Electric Vehicle Infrastructure

With Tucson receiving funds courtesy of the Bipartisan Infrastructure grant and the passage of the landmark Inflation Reduction Act which made great investments in clean energy technologies, Mayor Regina Romero and the City Council, using the provisions of the Tucson Climate Emergency Declaration, “made code changes to require electric vehicle (EV) charging in parking areas … Read more