Chances are, unless you've just stumbled across our website for the first time ever, you're aware we're running our annual Best of Tucson
survey. We're in the middle of the finals right
But, there is a problem. About 600 people have started but not submitted their Best of Tucson ballots.
Maybe those 600 people are taking their time and considering
their options, maybe they got started and realized they didn't have strong enough opinions on the minimum 30 required categories, maybe the 216 category survey is a liiiittle intimidating. Whatever the case, those 600 votes matter—in fact, I looked at the numbers and in some categories, they're game changers.
So take a look at your ballot! Even if you've already submitted it, you can tweak your answers. Make sure you've filled out at least 30 categories, press submit, and feel free to check back in and confirm your "Best Public Garden" pick still holds up after you've had a few days to mull it over.