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  • Supervisor Adelita Grijalva, Vice Chair - District 5

    Neighborhood PictureDistrict 5 is Pima County's Most Urban District

    District 5 is home to 50 registered neighborhood associations and neighborhood organizations. Though many are not active year-round, the majority of neighborhood associations organize and participate in monthly activities.

    Most neighborhood associations in District 5 are within City of Tucson limits. Call our office, and we will be happy to direct you to the appropriate program or department - within the jurisdiction of Pima County or the City of Tucson.

    Visit our District 5 Website

    For a list of neighborhoods in District 5, click here.

    Meet the District 5 Team

    Keith Bagwell

    Keith Bagwell joined District 5 in early 2002 after a 23-year career as an Arizona newspaper journalist and two years working on election campaigns, writing on a free-lance basis, and working with labor unions.

    He is co-chair of the National Writers Union Tucson Chapter, is on the Arizona AFL-CIO General Board, is the Sierra Club Rincon Group Conservation Chair, and is on the Sierra Club Grand Canyon Chapter Executive Committee. He is a precinct committeeman for the Pima County Democratic Party.

    As a newspaperman, his assignments included 12 years as The Arizona Daily Star’s environmental reporter, five years covering the Arizona Legislature and state government in Phoenix for the Scottsdale Progress and United Press International, and stints covering city halls, courts, county governments, and on general assignment.

    Keith has degrees from the University of Arizona and in his spare time reads, plays bridge and is a baseball nut. He is married to Carolyn Trowbridge and has a step daughter and three granddaughters.

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    Elvira Suarez DinElvira Suarez Din joins the District 5 team as Special Staff Assistant. Elvira is originally from El Centro California and is the youngest of three sisters. She is the first generation in her family to be born in the United States and to graduate from university.

    Growing up in an underserved border community made it clear to Elvira that issues affecting her community and working class people often stemmed from representation that was disconnected from the people they served and inspired her to demystify public service and advocacy. Elvira's passion for civic engagement and accessibility has led her to register hundreds of voters in Southern Arizona, lobbying elected officials, and serve as a board member on the Las Adelitas Arizona PAC that aims to get Latina women engaged in politics. 

    Prior to joining District 5, Elvira was a community organizer and campaign manager for Congressman Raúl Grijalva and Supervisor Adelita Grijalva. Elvira holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Public Policy from the University of California, San Diego.

    In her free time, Elvira enjoys spending time with friends and family, riding her bicycle, and listening to music.

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    Arlethe Rios MorrisonArlethe Rios Morrison has worked in local government for over 12 years and is excited to join Supervisor Grijalva’s team to serve the constituents of District 5.

    Arlethe was born in Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico and immigrated to the United States when she was 5 years old. She graduated from Douglas High School and joined the Army as a medic in 2002. After a deployment and five years of service, Arlethe returned home to Arizona. In 2005, Arlethe had the honor of completing her naturalization ceremony and becoming a US Citizen.

    Arlethe has a passion for public service because she wants to give back to the country that has given her so many opportunities. She has volunteered to serve as a committee member in the Arizona State Veterans Advisory Commission and the Arizona State Complete Count Committee in order to serve her communities. Arlethe holds a BS Degree in Business Administration. 

    Arlethe and her husband have two children. She enjoys traveling, writing, podcasting, reading, hiking, and is an amateur chef.

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    A Tribute to Former District 5 Supervisor Richard Elias (1958-2020)

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    Supervisor Adelita Grijalva, Vice Chair

    Pima County, Arizona
    District 5

    33 N. Stone Ave., 11th Floor
    Tucson, AZ 85701

    Phone: (520) 724-8126
    Fax: (520) 884-1152

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