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Charity “Hospitality Helps” makes it fun for voters with free limo

TUCSON – The charity “Hospitality Helps” & other volunteers made voting fun for a number of Tucsonans by offering free limousine rides to cast their votes.  The group also gave rides to voters in an old-school, open-air double-decker bus.  News 4 Tucson’s Paul Cicala shadowed the group on election day.  Here’s more as-seen on KVOA newscast:

Local businessman and community volunteer Chris Eldridge donated his limousines for the voters, while Demitri Downing & David Basila supplied their big, open-air, double-decker bus to Tucsonans who needed rides to the poll.

Double Decker Bus
Ignacio Baez
Montage of pictures during filming volunteering with “Hospitality Helps” as Tucsonans were given free rides to polling places via limo and double-decker bus
Raynu Fernando from “Hospitality Helps” doing more work in the community to help indigent voters.
Paul Cicala

Paul Cicala

2-Time "Edward R. Murrow Award" winner as both sports & news reporter; Multiple-EMMY nominations; Multiple Associated Press (AP) Awards in sports & news reporting/anchoring; Named "Best of Best" Sportscaster by "Tucson Weekly" readers for 3 straight years.
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