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On the cover: The other candidate (Hess-AZ)
|Contributor||Thomas Walker |
|Last Edited||Thomas Walker Oct 03, 2006 11:51am|
|News Date||Tuesday, October 3, 2006 05:50:00 PM UTC0:0|
|Description||On Nov. 7, millions of Arizonans will head to the polls to choose between current Democratic Gov. Janet Napolitano and Republican challenger Len Munsil. Oh yeah, that Libertarian guy's on the ballot, too. And he just so happens to be planning the largest upset in Arizona's political history. |
If you feel like talking to Gov. Janet Napolitano, you can call up her campaign offices, talk to Noah, her campaign manager, get directed to Janine, her communications director, and set up an interview.
To get a word in with Republican gubernatorial candidate Len Munsil, first speak with Daniel, who'll give you the phone number of Vernon, the media director, and you'll be speaking with the candidate in a few days.
If you want to talk to Barry Hess, he'll answer the phone.
"I do that because it freaks people out," Hess says. "It gives me the opportunity to actually talk to people."
With more than $5,000 in the bank and nearly nonexistent press coverage, Hess is out to do what, in many people's minds, is the impossible. Hess, 49, aims to win the governorship of Arizona.
Oh, and he's a Libertarian.
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