Tracy was born in LA and started her career singing John Denver songs in bars at age 3. By age 8, she had moved to Parker, Colorado with her parents. There she participated in the drama club and became known as the girl who could forge any signature to get out of class!
She spent her college years at Metropolitan State College of Denver studying sex therapy. After two years working in the sex therapy field, Taylor decided that she needed a change and managed to stumble into ALICE 106 (KALC) in Denver and land an on-air gig.
Tracy has been married to her husband for over 5 years and has three kids ages 18, 10 and 7.
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Sure, you COULD look at "polls" or "data" to try to figure out who's going to win tomorrow. But that's so WEAK. We gathered some of the OTHER surprisingly accurate ways to predict who's getting elected . . .
#1.) Washington Redskins. Since 1936, if the Redskins have won their last home game before the election, the incumbent party has won. If they lose, the incumbent party loses. The ONLY exception was 2004. Sunday afternoon, the Redskins lost at home to the Carolina Panthers, 21-to-13. Prediction: ROMNEY.
#2.) First Lady Cookie Recipes. Since 1992, the candidates' wives have submitted cookie recipes to "Family Circle". Readers vote on them. And every year but 2008, the woman with the winning recipe also had the winning husband. This year, MICHELLE OBAMA'S white and dark chocolate chip cookies beat ANN ROMNEY'S M&M's cookies by just a few hundred votes. Prediction: OBAMA.
#3.) The Oscar and Golden Globe Winner. Since 1960, if the same movie has won Best Picture at both the Oscars and Golden Globes, a Republican has won the election. If different movies won, a Democrat has won.
The only exception was 1976, when "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" won both, but GERALD FORD lost.
This year, "The Descendants" won the Golden Globe for Best Picture, Drama . . . and "The Artist" won the Oscar. Prediction: OBAMA.
#4.) Kids. Since 1940, "Scholastic News" has surveyed American kids and had THEM vote for president. And they've nailed the prediction EVERY TIME but two: Dewey over Truman in 1948 and Nixon over Kennedy in 1960.
This year, the kids went with Obama, 51% to 45%. The other 4% voted for things like "Myself" or "School sucks." Prediction: OBAMA.
#5.) Hair. Since TV became a major part of elections, the candidate with BETTER HAIR has won virtually every time. Kennedy over Nixon is the benchmark example.
In 2008, Obama's tightly-cropped hair was definitely nicer than JOHN MCCAIN'S comb-over. But four years of being president has turned Obama uncomfortably gray . . . while Romney has a GORGEOUS head of hair. Prediction: ROMNEY