Saturday, August 1, 2015

Sorry for the Overkill: Last Call for Best of Tucson Voting

Posted By on Sat, Aug 1, 2015 at 10:00 AM

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If you're reading this in your Monday morning newsletter, it's already too late. 

Somehow, August is here to make getting a table for brunch and driving near the UA completely impossible. 

To offset that impending misery, we've got something to look forward to: our annual Best of Tucson® guide.

Don't get too excited just yet: the issue won't be out until mid October. It's a big issue—in terms of both page count and readership—so we need to get started writing. Which means we need you to stop voting. Now, please.

The ballots are shutting down at midnight Sunday night. Use this weekend to taste test all of the ice cream finalists and commit to your favorite chicken wing spot. 

Remember, you don't have to vote in all 216 categories—just a minimum of 30, so we believe you know what you're talkin' about. 

Go vote. Or, if you missed the cut off, cheer yourself up internet-style—with some cats. Or our sex column. Or something
 



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