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Listen to October 31, 2008 Edition with host Mark McLemore

Election Protection - Ballot Props '08 - Scare-izona! - Halloween Vox Pops

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Just before election day, Christopher Conover talks to some U of A students who are acting as poll-watchers, working to keep the vote fair and legal.

Election Protection
Election Protection - Spanish
The voter hotline number is: 866-687-8683 (866-OUR-VOTE)

We look at the facts behind the ballot initiatives that are headed before voters next week, when Mark McLemore talks to Jim Nintzel of the Tucson Weekly.

Scramblewatch '08

Just in time for Halloween, Luis Carrion visits Hotel Congress, a place with a long history of hauntings, and talks with the authors of the supernatural road-trip guide SCARE-IZONA about the spookiest places in our state.

SCARE-IZONA author's website
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The authors of "SCARE-IZONA" will host a book signing and a downtown Tucson Haunted Sites Tour, Friday Nov. 14th at the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum (414 N. Toole). There will be a book signing at 6 p.m., and a walking tour of downtown Tucson's most haunted places beginning at 7 p.m. More information is at 623-2223.

Mark McLemore talks to some University of Arizona students about their favorite Halloween memories, what monsters REALLY scare them, and the difference between tricks and treats.

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