TUCSON, Ariz. — The results are in for the 2019 Tucson Election!
Here's a look at what happened on election night.
Multiple 2020 presidential candidates congratulated Regina Romero on her victory Tuesday night.
Congratulations to @TucsonRomero on her historic election as the first Latina and first woman mayor of Tucson, Arizona! Regina is a champion for our environment and working families—and I'm looking forward to the big, structural change she'll bring to her community.— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) November 6, 2019
Voters reject proposed salary increase for mayor and city councilmembers. https://t.co/CR8p66ZqeG— KGUN9 On Your Side (@kgun9) November 6, 2019
Regina Romero projected winner in Tucson mayoral race.
JUST IN: Tucson City Councilmember Regina Romero has been elected to serve as the city's next mayor, according to unofficial results released by the city Tuesday evening. https://t.co/VkAm3oJSXv pic.twitter.com/GzkH5Jr3n7— KGUN9 On Your Side (@kgun9) November 6, 2019
The deadline to drop off ballots has passed! Tucson and Pima County elections officials will now continue the process of counting ballots. We're expecting the first results to post at around 8 p.m.
It's your last chance to ensure your voice is heard in today's election. You can drop your ballot off at any of the below locations until 7:00 pm: pic.twitter.com/uQhLV2v5MC— Pima County School Superintendent's Office (@PimaSchoolSup) November 5, 2019
You can drop off your ballot at one of these locations: