Issues & Accomplishments

A Solid Record of Leadership and Service!   

Ramón Valadez, the Pima County Supervisor for District 2, is responsible for providing legislative and executive leadership for a local governmental entity with more than 7,000 employees and an annual budget of more than $1.3 billion.  Since joining the Board of Supervisors in 2003, he has been responsible for the approval of cumulative budgets during his tenure in office of more than $18.7 billion in revenue and expenditures consisting of local state and federal funding for courts, libraries, parks, flood control, transportation, sewer facilities, public health, neighborhood improvements, community development and economic development projects. He represents Pima County on the Pima Association of Governments (PAG) Regional Council and is the longest serving current member and a two-time Chair.  He also is a three-time Chair of the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA), which is responsible for overseeing the expenditure of $2 billion in regional roadway improvements, expanded mass transit services, as well as traffic intersection and pedestrian safety infrastructure improvements.

Jobs and Economic Development

Public Health/COVID-19

Military and Veterans

Roads

Raytheon

Neighborhood Reinvestment

Growth & Development

Affordable Housing

Energy Saving & Sustainability

Poverty & Financial Instability

Labor