Tucson voters will elect three city council members and decide two propositions on Nov. 2. The election is through mail-in ballot but several voting centers will be open.
OPINION: "Policing has to be improved in Tucson, not only in numbers, but also in method. The mutual trust between city leadership and police officers has to be strengthened through communication and initiatives creating transparency," writes Val Romero, an Independent candidate for Tucson City Council in Ward 6.
OPINION: "It is refreshing to see a man who is a real independent and not a party guy who lost his primary but is determined to run anyway; or, for whatever reason, wants to downplay his party affiliation," writes our regular contribuor Jonathan Hoffman.
The following is the opinion and analysis of the Arizona Daily Star Editorial Board: