255 W Alameda St
Tucson, AZ 85701
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Mayor Regina Romero was elected in November of 2019, becoming the first woman and first Latina Mayor of Tucson. Raised by immigrant farmworkers in Somerton, Arizona, Regina broke barriers early on as the first member of her family to vote and first to graduate from college. Prior to being elected Mayor, Regina Romero served as Ward 1 City Council Member from 2007-2019.
Mayor Romero is committed to creating Tucson as a sustainable, thriving desert city of the future through her policy priorities that include:
- Creating a Climate Resilient Tucson
- Support for Working Families including Housing Affordability
- Investing in our Infrastructure and Parks
- Robust Economic Development including Supporting Small Businesses
- Equitable Access and Investment for All
Mayor Romero is the Chair of the Latino Alliance of the U.S. Conference of Mayors and Co-Chair of Mayors Against Illegal Guns. She is an Inaugural Member of the Mayors Alliance to End Childhood Hunger. Mayor Romero is a member of the Climate Mayors Network a nationally-recognized voice on climate action.
Mayor Romero holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Arizona and a post-graduate certificate from Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government. Regina is married to Ruben Reyes. They have two children.