Edit to add - OK, so I was a little bored on Christmas Day, and decided to do a little research on the *ahem* 'lesser-known' candidates on the ballot. Some of the names were all but useless as search parameters and I couldn't find any information that was clearly pertinent to the presidential candidates. Others, however, were useful. A number of the candidates are participants in the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies' Project White House. One candidate has even announced that he is on the presidential primary ballot by mistake; he's actually running in CD6 against Jeff Flake (or Russell Pearce, if Pearce can actually pull of the political upset of the century.) Information at the links; however, given that few of the candidates have actual campaign websites, some of the info could be inaccurate.
DSW at Sonoran Alliance put up a post detailing the Republican ballot; here's the listing of the Democratic one.
The list of candidates on the ballot for Arizona's Democratic Presidential Preference Primary taking place February 5, 2008 (courtesy the Arizona Secretary of State's website) (major candidates in bold; Arizona-based candidates noted with an 'AZ') -
WHITEHOUSE, SANDY (AZ) - president of the Santa Rita Foothills Community Association.
KRUEGER, KARL - truck driver/radio personality
BOLLANDER, PETER "SIMON" (AZ)
MONTELL, LELAND (AZ) - real estate agent
SEE, CHUCK (AZ) - ran for President as a Republican in 2000
HUBBARD, LIBBY (AZ) - artist
GEST, LOTI (AZ) - counselor at an addiction recovery center
DALEY, ORION - author
CAMPBELL, WILLIAM (AZ) - this is a lousy name for web searches.
TANNER, PHILIP (AZ)
KUCINICH, DENNIS J.
DOBSON, EDWARD (AZ)
HAYMER, TISH (AZ) - The Abbess of Costello?
LEE, RICH - another name provides lousy internet search terms
OATMAN, MICHAEL (AZ) - IT Guru
VITULLO, EVELYN L. (AZ) - a Democratic candidate for President in 2004
DODD, CHRISTOPHER J.
GRAYSON, RICHARD (AZ)
The biggest surprise? No Joe Biden on the ballot.
Worst draw for a 'top-tier' candidate? Hillary Clinton; 15 candidates, including Richardson, Obama, and Edwards are listed higher on the ballot.
Is there something in Tucson's water? Of the 17 'anybody can run for President' candidates, 12 list a Tucson address. Maybe somebody should tell them that they are more likely to win a Powerball jackpot than the President's job.