Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Political Theater: Actor/Director/Producer Wants To Run Against Tucson Mayor Rothschild

Posted By on Tue, Jan 27, 2015 at 3:00 PM

Chuck Williams wants to put Tucson first
  • Chuck Williams wants to put Tucson first
We mentioned a few weeks back that we were hoping that someone would step to challenge Mayor Jonathan Rothschild this year—and our casting call may have been answered.

Chuck Williams has filed paperwork to run against Rothschild in August’s Democratic primary. Williams attended Rincon High School before reaching for the stars in Hollywood as an actor, director and producer. You can check out his IMDB page or his "fan page" for the details of his career, but he’s been in two of The Range's favorite movies: “Bubba Ho-Tep” and “John Dies at the End.” You will presumably find out more about his positions on the issues at his campaign website.

We’ve reached out the Williams to learn more about his political plans. Details to follow.

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