A Texas Fox News affiliate posted early election results that showed the Project White House candidates getting more 148,000 votes on Election Day.
A prophetic prediction? Insider knowledge of ballot fixing in Arizona? The Off The Grid Girls report, you decide.
A Project White House update: You’re making your voice heard! Votes are pouring in from across the nation in the battle for the Tucson Weekly Readers’ Presidential Endorsement over at Project White House Central Polling Headquarters.
In the Republican race, Frank McEnulty has brought out the troops to take almost 75 percent of the vote, with Sean “CF” Murphy trailing in second place with about 18 percent. The early voters have not been won over Charles Skelley’s economic campaign, with Skelley in single digits. Can the Skelley campaign change its message in some way to capture the hearts and minds of the late voters?
Meanwhile, in the Democratic contest, sleeping giant Leland Montell has captured nearly half the vote. In second place: Sandy Whitehouse, with about 30 percent. Despite her aggressive campaign and a solid appearance in the Tucson Weekly/Access Tucson/Project White House Dark Horse Presidential Candidate Debate 08 earlier this week, Libby “Doctress Neutopia” Hubbard trails with just 8 percent of the vote.
A highlight from Wednesday's Tucson Weekly/Access Tucson/Project White House Dark Horse Presidential Candidate Debate '08: Tortillas DeLote poses a puzzler about immigration!
If you missed this historic event, you've got plenty of opportunities to catch a replay this weekend. The program airs at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. tonight* and again at 8 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday on Cox 99 and Comcast 74.
*That's Friday for Karl!
For those of you who have been waiting: Republican presidential candidate Sean "CF" Murphy answers the Saturday Morning Breakfast Club's question: "What is the purpose of government?"
In other Project White House news:
Now is your chance to vote for your favorite Project White House candidate! Voting is underway in the Project White House's Tucson Weekly Readers’ Endorsement.
The final five Democrats: Sandy Whitehouse, Libby “Doctress Neutopia” Hubbard, Leland Montell, Richard Grayson and Michael Oatman.
The final five Republicans: Charles Skelley, John McGrath, Sean “CF” Murphy, Frank McEnulty and Rhett Smith.
Cast your ballot now!
I ran out of space in my Noshing Around column but felt this was perhaps worth a mention:
Benny Hill (he says it's his real name) sent this to me verbatim:
"We're an eclectic mix of transplants and natives who reside in Southern Arizona who like to randomly get together and eat at mostly cheap restaurants in and around the nooks and crannies of the Old Pueblo. Our ideal restaurant is one that appeals to some or all of the senses in some kind of phat way. I do concede that we're a copycat of the Silverlake Dinner Club which over the course of the past ten years has become quite the sub rosa group in Los Angeles."
The SSG's first meeting will be Saturday, Jan. 26, at El Minuto Cafe.
Please arrive between 4:30-5 p.m. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about the specifics.
Here are a few events that were received too late for our Jan. 24 print issue. We recommend calling event organizers to check on last-minute changes in location, price, time, etc.
Northwest Medical Center
6200 N. La Cholla Blvd. in classrooms A, B, C and D
Living With Cancer and Beyond--How Surviors Survive. Medical professionals present a day-long program, featuring personal cancer journeys, coping with change, optimizing survivorship, a wellness formula for healthy living and more. Call ahead for reservations at (866) 694-9355. Lunch and free valet parking will be provided.
Sunday, Jan. 27 at noon, 2 and 4 p.m.
Old Town Artisans Courtyard
186 N. Meyer Ave.
New Year Celebration. The Salinas family (Nahui Ollin Aztec Dancers) perform a special ceremonial dance, celebrating the Aztec calendar new year. Enjoy red chile; green corn tamales; pumpkin, pineapple and cream empanadas; tortillas and more. Free. Call 623-5787 for information.
3455 N. First Ave.
The 2 Percent Solution. Focus the Nation will stream a free, live, interactive webcast called The 2 Percent Solution, dealing with global warming solutions. Visit www.sustainability.arizona.edu or www.focusthenation.org for information.
Crowder Hall, UA School of Music
Southeast corner of Park and Speedway
Faculty Arist Series Recital. A saxophone recital featuring Timothy McAllister and pianist Tannis Gibson and violinist Mark Rush will take place. Free. Visit www.music.arizona.edu or call 621-2998 for information.
A whole new issue of the Tucson Weekly is online and awaiting its readers to show up and show it some love. Enjoy! Feel free to comment upon it here.
Remember, Citizens: Tonight is the televised Tucson Weekly/Access Tucson/Project White House Dark Horse Presidential Candidate Debate 08! Four candidates who will actually appear on Arizona's Feb. 5 presidential primary ballot will be appearing live in a forum moderated by Tucson Weekly senior writer Jim Nintzel.
If you'd like to be part of our studio audience, please arrive at Access Tucson, 124 E. Broadway, no later than 7:45 p.m.
If you're watching at home, the one-hour program airs at 8 p.m. on 99 Cox and 74 Comcast.
The Tucson Symphony Orchestra with guest-conductor Keitaro Harada, the TSO Chorus, the Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus, the… More