This week's question: A Virginia Democrat running for congressional office has accused her Republican opponent of being "a devotee of Bigfoot erotica," after it was revealed that he had posted images of a nude Bigfoot on social media. If Hollywood were to make a film about a politician who wants to convince the world that Bigfoot is real, what would it be called?
THE WINNER: "The Man-fur-ian Candidate"
Maria Zajczenko-Varela, Chicago
SECOND PLACE: "Ballot and the Beast"
Tom Huitema, Portage, Michigan
THIRD PLACE: "Mr. Myth Goes to Washington"
Phyllis Klein, New York City
Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Indiana
"When Hairy Met Skeptics"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas
"Returns of the Yeti"
Bill McCray, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
Barbara James, Bedford, Massachusetts
"An Abominable Truth"
Bill Tout, Bethel, Maine
Sarah Richart, Los Angeles
"Candidate of the Apes"
Allan Dushman, Greensboro, Georgia
"Close Encounters of the Furred Kind"
Katherine Pronovost, Mill Creek, Washington
"Wendigo Low, We Go High"
Vincent Sementelli, Bellingham, Washington
Robyn Kupferman, Culver City, California
"Yeti, He Persisted"
John Sunderland, Bristol, Rhode Island
"The Abominable Showman"
Doug Johnston, Erie, Pennsylvania
"Mr. Sasquatch Goes to Washington"
Eric Spore, San Diego