The next steps of the work to remove Tom Crosby from the Cochise County Board of Supervisors and bring more integrity to our government are the 2024 elections.

The July 30 primary will see Republican Clint Briseno running against Tom Crosby. Independent voters are eligible to vote in the Primary Election. Voters registered without a party affiliation can choose between a Democratic or Republican ballot without changing their party. Those who are registered to vote by mail will be sent a notice by the county in May so that they can make a choice that choice.

After the primary, the general election will be on November 5. Make sure you are registered to vote and learn more about new candidates  including (Ret.) Colonel Theresa Walsh for BOS District 1.

Check the map to see which Board of Supervisors district you’re in for Cochise County.

Tom Crosby represents District 1, but his actions affect all Cochise County taxpayers. The other BOS representatives are important too. Find out who you representative is, see what they’re doing, learn about the candidates for the next election, and get informed about who can represent you best.

Here is the wording of the recall petition, which summarizes some of the reasons that Tom Crosby does not represent Cochise County well and should be stopped:

Cochise County Supervisor Tom Crosby violated his oath of office and attempted to obstruct our county’s election processes. He defied the order of an Arizona Superior Court judge by refusing to certify our county’s 2022 election. This would have disenfranchised more than 47,000 county voters. He interfered with election officials, ignored legal advice of our county attorney, and promoted an illegal hand count of 100% of ballots. He violated multiple Arizona Title 16 statutes regarding elections. These actions resulted in unwarranted expenses to taxpayers. Supervisor Crosby is unfit to continue in his elected position and should be recalled.