Arizona Daily Star has issued a few endorsements for Pima County offices:
Mark Napier (R) for Sheriff, http://azstarnet.com/news/opinion/editorial/pima-county-sheriff-napier-s-fresh-ideas-mean-he-s/article_a807cb13-3c63-5332-9356-8d82836c5b56.html
Nancy Young Wright (D) for Pima County Supervisor District 1 (open seat),http://azstarnet.com/news/opinion/editorial/endorsement-pima-county-board-of-supervisors-dist/article_858ca2ba-8fa2-5cc1-b48a-161d026a3196.html
Sharon Bronson (D) for Pima County Supervisor District 3, incumbent, http://azstarnet.com/news/opinion/editorial/endorsement-pima-county-board-of-supervisors-dist/article_09212ffb-e1a1-588d-8390-cdf56433e7b2.html
Tucson Weekly’s 2012 endorsements, http://www.tucsonweekly.com/tucson/the-tucson-weekly-2012-endorsements/Content?oid=3546754:
Clarence Dupnik (D) for Sheriff, incumbent
F. Ann Rodriguez (D) for Recorder, incumbent
Beth Ford (R) for Treasurer, incumbent
District 1: Nancy Young Wright (D)
District 2: Ramon Valadez (D), incumbent
District 3: Sharon Bronson (D), incumbent
District 5: Richard Elias (D), incumbent
District 4 Supervisor Ray Carroll (R) is running unopposed, and won his primary in August, as did School Superintendent Linda Arzoumanian (R). Assessor Bill Staples (D) had no opponent in either the Primary or General. And Pima County Attorney Barbara LaWall (D) is facing only a Green Party opponent in the General Election (whom she has defeated before).
Early voting starts today (October 11), so vote wisely on or before the November 6th General Election.