Monday, March 3, 2014

The Best of Tucson 2014 Ballot Is Online!

Posted By on Mon, Mar 3, 2014 at 9:00 AM

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We added new categories and changed the process a little bit (hopefully for the better?) and now the Best of Tucson® ballot is online for your voting pleasure.

What sort of new categories, you might ask? Well, stuff that will probably matter to you, like Best DJ, Best Local Weatherperson, Best Bartender, Best Place to Eat Lunch Downtown and SO MUCH MORE. It should be fun.

You've got until April 30 to vote in the first stage of the process and surely we'll remind you about fifty times about that deadline, but why not just go ahead and vote today? You'll feel better just getting it done and then telling all of your friends that they should vote as well.

Also, Jon Justice fans, here's your annual opportunity to stick it to the liberal Weekly. Enjoy.

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