Clerk of the Superior Court and several justice of the peace and constable seats are up for election this year in Pima County, with most of the candidates running unopposed.
As of May 28, the following candidates had filed the needed signatures to get on the ballot:
Clerk of the Superior Court
Toni Hellon (R, incumbent): Hellon was appointed to the Clerk’s seat in April 2013 after Patricia Noland retired with 21 months left on her four-year term. Hellon was Noland’s chief deputy.
Hellon joined the Clerk’s office in 2007, after serving six years as an Arizona state senator. She has also served as Chief Deputy Pima County Recorder and as Executive Assistant to former Pima County Supervisor Mike Boyd.
Hellon is running unopposed.
The Clerk is the record keeper for the court, and collects all fees, fines and restitution.
Justice of the Peace
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1: Anne Fisher Segal (R, incumbent); Robin Auld (D); Adam Watters (R). This is a northwest-side district, bound roughly by the area north of the Rillito River between Catalina Highway and Shannon Road to the town of Catalina.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3: John Peck (D); Malin Lewis (R)
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5: Keith Bee (R, incumbent)
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 7: Lisa Royal (R)
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 8: Susan Bacal (D, incumbent)
Constable, Precinct 2: Frank Fontes (D, incumbent)
Constable, Precinct 3: George Gradillas (D, incumbent)
Constable, Precinct 5: Marge Cummings (R, incumbent)