Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Maddow Producers at Congress

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According to the Maddow blog here, folks from her show fell in love with Tucson:

We really did have a blast last night, watching the Rachel Maddow Show with the good people of Arizona. People packed the club and the Tap Room at Tucson's Hotel Congress. The hotel's barkeep of more than half a century, Tiger, was there until the sun set and he cashed out. Bill gave a big speech. The party got a shout-out from Rachel on the show. And we met a ton of Arizonans who are trying their level best to make theirs an even more wonderful state.

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