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Hmmm....there is a different system to vote for the Charleston City Paper's Best of Charleston this year. The form starts off by asking for nominations to go on the voting ballot. It lists last year's winner and then we have the chance to toss in our nominations so there could be some new names in the hat. Here is the link. Go for it!
As 2013 ticks away, it's the perfect time to take stock of the year gone by. Sure, Joe Riley is still mayor and the Crosstown still floods, but 2013 had its moments, so we're switching things up for Best of Charleston 2014. We're pretty excited about it and think you will be too.Here's the deal: From December 18-January 10, we will accept nominations for Best of Charleston 2014. We'll tally up the top four nominees, toss in the 2013 winner and from January 15–February 4, you'll come back right here and cast your vote from those five nominees to crown the Best of Charleston 2014.
Pretty simple, right? (Obviously, some categories are year-specific, so "Best News Story of 2012" won't be nominated for 2014.)
So go ahead and get nominating!
Although most of my readers are from "off" and don't vote for City Paper's winners, do feel free to write Charleston Daily Photo in the Best Local Blog category.
Who else should we write in to vote for?