Tucson City Mayor & Council Elections, Questions for the Candidates. The failure of Prop 412, Sober living FRAUD and more!

Tucson City Mayor & Council Elections, Questions for the Candidates. The failure of Prop 412, Sober living FRAUD and more!

Upcoming Mayor and Council Elections

This week TCFC is ready to hear from Candidates for Mayor and City Council to understand their positions on addressing the #1 problem in Pima County: Fentanyl and Crime.

But first, we are asking you, our members, what questions you want them to answer?  After hearing from our members, we will provide the candidates with a list of questions and we will share their answers with you.

Please submit no more than 5 questions to the email address:  help@tucsoncrimefree.com

Please keep them to no more than two sentences each.  We will review your responses, gather common themes, submit questions to candidates and share their responses!!!  You can make your own decisions based on how they address your concerns.

Prop 412 Fails with Voters

Last week, proposition 412, a new 25 year franchise agreement between the City of Tucson and TEP to replace the franchise agreement that expires in 3 years, which was strongly supported by Mayor Romero, Ward 3 Councilmember Dahl, Ward 1 Councilmember Santa Cruz, Ward 2 Councilmember Cunningham & Ward 4 Councilmember Lee was soundly defeated by voters. The outcome serves a reminder that voters have a powerful voice on policy and the direction of government. To that end, TCFC will continue it's non-partisan work to create dialogue between our members and elected officials and candidates to provide voters with the opportunity to hold elected officials accountable for the #1 issue facing Tucson and Pima County: fentanyl and crime and the aftermath it's inflicting on our community. 

Sober Living Houses - FRAUD

TCFC was alerted to this issue from one of our members!  We are so happy to hear that the justice system will be dealing with these people accused of defrauding and hurting vulnerable people. It is yet another reminder that fentanyl & drug use is an enormous problem that will require real collaboration by and among government agencies and the public. 

CLICK HERE:  https://www.kvoa.com/news/local/arizona-suspends-over-200-sober-living-facilities-in-arizona-for-scamming-people/article_70fdc54e-f5de-11ed-8679-9f136d71b226.html

TCFC Guest Speaker at Tus Vecinos en el Barrio Meeting


TPD Officers from The Tucson Police Protective League joined Tucson Crime Free Coalition speaking about the #1 problem in Pima County, Fentanyl and Crime!




  • Anonymous

    Start the 6 X’s I presented 11 years ago and 10 Yrs ago, 5 Yrs ago and as recently as 6 months ago today and a lot of our problems will be better!!! Accountability with the roads in 1 mile we have filled over 90,000 potholes and climbing. Cleanup our washes and parks today stop waiting.

  • Ann

    The Mayor and her cronies are part and parcel of these issues facing our community as well as the theft, violence, drugs and daily crimes. I don’t know HOW she sees her work as POSITIVE! Is she unbalanced?

  • Jake S

    Where are all the funds going? So many grants just handed out with no accountability as to how the funds get WASTED! These entities are literally stealing taxpayer money and wasting right in front of our faces! Obtaining the funds through “research” as well as committing crimes and ruining lives for the next step in their agenda! I’d love to share with our leaders the injustice and fraud but wake up people, it starts at the top. They are well aware of where these funds go when they hop in their new Escalade or knocking a putt in at the country club. Tucson is going downhill fast bc WE are allowing this!

  • Anonymous

    We need to do something about the fentanyl. Also we need to do something about housing. When a señor living on disability can not afford a studio apartment.

  • Steve

    Could we have some accountability chart linking approved road funding to actual road maintenance? Been here since 1979 and still have worse roads than Indianapolis where I grew up?

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