Friday, February 28, 2014

What Should We Add to the Best of Tucson Ballot?

Posted By on Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 1:00 PM

The first Best of Tucson™ issue, from July 1987.
  • The first Best of Tucson issue, from July 1987.

Best of Tucson™ voting kicks off tomorrow (don't worry, we'll send out approximately eight hundred reminders to vote before the process is finished), but hey, let's give you, the reader, one last chance to get a new category added before the ballot goes live.

Is there something we're missing? You can see the categories on our page of last year's issue (just click on the sections to the left) and if there's some sort of superlative we should include, say so in the comments. Who knows? Your "Best Tucson [fill in the blank]" could be on this year's ballot.

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