Last week's question: Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera, a congressional candidate in Florida who claims she was abducted by aliens as a child, says she doesn't want to be defined by her youthful extraterrestrial experience because she has achieved much since. If Rodriguez Aguilera were to write a memoir about her journey from alien abductee to political contender, what could it be titled?

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THE WINNER: "From 'Take Me' to 'Your Leader'"
Joseph Maloney, Auburn, California

SECOND PLACE: "Roswell That Ends Well"
Kevin Nester, Elmhurst, Illinois

THIRD PLACE: "E.T., Pray, Gov"
Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh


"From Warp Drive to Campaign Drive"
Fred Bockis, Albany, New York

"The Day the Polls Stood Still"
James Funk, Milltown, Indiana

"From Mork to Pork"
Lin Gall, Bel Air, Maryland

"From the Milky Way to the Beltway"
Ann Trodello, Fitchburg, Massachusetts

"Down to Earth Politics"
Glenn Brooks, Seattle

"Take Me to Your Legislature"
Norm Carrier, Flat Rock, North Carolina

"All the President's Green Men"
Christopher Leggette, Robbinsville, New Jersey

"The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Capitol"
Haven Colbert-Wilcox, North Babylon, New York

"E.T. to D.C."
Judy Coady, Colorado Springs, Colorado

"My Journey from Rockets to Dockets"
Wayne Harris, Madison, Wisconsin

"From Abductee to Electee"
Guido Scarato, Pacific Grove, California

"Space Case to House Race"
Joseph Langley, Sanger, Texas