Who is on the Pinal County Board of Supervisors?

By Sasha Hupka | Arizona Republic

Pinal County’s board is made up of five elected supervisors. They control a $1.1 billion budget in one of the fastest-growing counties in Arizona.

Supervisors, who are elected out of districts covering different areas of the county, appoint a county manager who serves as the chief administrator of Pinal County. While the county manager handles day-to-day operations across most departments, the board is responsible for overseeing their work and handling the county’s checkbook.

The board has gained increasing influence as Pinal County has grown. The county has a rapidly expanding population of about 450,000 residents and is sandwiched between the state’s two largest cities, Phoenix and Tucson.

Each year, the board votes to select a chairman and vice chairman. For 2023, members chose Jeff Serdy, who represents the northern region of the county, to be chairman. His vice chairman is Jeffrey McClure, who represents the central and southeastern portions of the county.

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Elections for the board are typically held during even-numbered presidential election years. Supervisors are not term-limited, although Serdy says he is a firm believer in term limits and only will seek two terms in office. All of the supervisors’ seats will be up for election in 2024.

Board meetings are generally held biweekly on Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. in the supervisors’ hearing room at 135 N. Pinal St. in Florence. Meetings are open to the public. The county posts agendas and meeting date information on its website.


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February 2023