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Mayor Romero delivering her 'State of the City' speech on Thursday evening.

"Working together, we will achieve the just, equitable future we envision, where every single Tucsonan can live their best lives in our beautiful, thriving, resilient city." — Tucson Mayor Regina Romero Read more»

La Alcaldesa Regina Romero dando su discurso del 'Estado de la Ciudad' de 2021 el jueves.

"Trabajando juntos, lograremos el futuro justo y equitativo que imaginamos, donde cada uno Tucsonensepuede vivir sus mejores vidas en nuestra ciudad resiliente y próspera." — Mayor Regina Romero Read more»

Mayor Regina Romero delivering her 2021 'State of the City' speech on Thursday.

"Working together, we will achieve the just, equitable future we envision, where every single Tucsonan can live their best lives in our thriving, resilient city." — Mayor Regina Romero Read more»

"While these bills vary in their substance, they all would have the same result of disenfranchising voters from our most fundamental democratic institution: our elections." — Tucson Mayor Regina Romero on proposed Arizona election laws. Read more» 1

Romero delivered her speech Wednesday via streaming video.

"I am proud to report that the state of the city is resilient, and prepared to return stronger than ever." — Tucson Mayor Regina Romero, in her "State of the City" address Wednesday. Read more»

Tucson mayoral candidate Regina Romero: "The unfortunate reality is that we do not have much of a choice but to act - and to act boldly - if we want to have a livable city for future generations of Tucsonans." Read more» 1

Councilwoman Regina Romero: On Feb. 21, Tucson's mayor and Council passed a new economic incentive, the Water Infrastructure Incentive, with a 6-1 vote. I was the lone opponent of this proposal, and I opposed it for a number of reasons. Read more»

From Tucson City Councilwoman Regina Romero and other state civic leaders: There's a fight occurring across the nation that threatens the rights of local communities — and Arizona is right in the thick of it. Read more»

The quality of our education system is critical to our children's future as well as the economic, cultural, and social success of our region. As Nelson Mandela once said, "education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." It is with this in mind that I share with you some information regarding the Tucson Unified School District and changes pending in our local system. Read more» 1