Population 2010

375,770

Population 2020

425,264

Registered Voters

185,525

Republicans

107,077

Democrat

75,106

Minor Party

3,342

No Party

Municipalities

CitiesPopulation
Casa Grande55,653
Coolidge11,825
Eloy19,625
Maricopa62,720
Florence 25,536 
Kearny1,950
Mammoth1,650
Marana34,961
Superior2,837
Queen Creek26,361

Superintendent of Schools

Treasurer / Tax Collector

County Commission

District  1Kevin Cavanaugh
District 2Mike Goodman
District 3Stephen Q. Miller
District 4, ChairJeffrey McClure
District 5, Vice ChairJeff Serdy

School Board

District 43Erlich, Jodi
District 4Hernandez, Rachel
District 82Dolezal, Connie
District 2Odiorne, David
District 21Flores, II, Michael

Brief Political History

During the 20th century, Pinal was very much a bellwether county in U.S. presidential elections, having supported the winning candidate in every election between Arizona's statehood in 1912 and 2004 except for that of 1968, when Hubert Humphrey won the county by 3.2 percentage points but lost to Richard M. Nixon. As a result of the urban sprawl from Phoenix spreading into the county, a major political reversal has taken place between it and neighboring Maricopa County since the turn of the millennium. Pinal voters now trend more Republican than traditionally conservative Maricopa County, and it has become a safely Republican county. Donald Trump carried the county by the second-largest margin for a Republican since statehood.

Salaries for county elected officials are set by the Arizona Revised Statutes. All county elected officials except the Sheriff (Mark Lamb as of 2017) and the County Attorney make a salary of $63,800, along with county benefits and compulsory participation in the Arizona State Elected Official Retirement Plan.

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