Albuquerque Journal Readers’ Choice Awards – Ballot

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Get excited about the Albuquerque Journal’s Readers’ Choice Awards! The Journal’s Readers’ Choice will be seen by more people than any other “best of” publication in the Albuquerque area or in the state, making Readers’ Choice truly the best representation of where the most popular spots are in the region. We’re asking you to vote for your favorites in 102 categories from local athlete to brewery, from sandwich to shoe store, from donut to dentist, and so much more. Your votes will determine the Albuquerque Journal Readers’ Choice winners.

Winners will be determined by an electronic count of online ballots combined with all paper ballots received during the six-week voting period. Winners will be revealed in a special Readers’ Choice section in the Albuquerque Journal and online on Sunday, June 28.

Voting is now closed.
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Sheriff changes course after loss in court
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Just hours after losing another round ... Just hours after losing another round in his prolonged and so-far-fruitless legal fight for public campaign financing, Sheriff Manuel Gonzales said he will try ...
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ABQ apartment project aims to serve 'outdoorsy' crowd
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Titan Development is pumping life into ... Titan Development is pumping life into a long-dead and once undevelopable piece of land at the base ...
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Gonzales fails in latest bid to get public campaign ...
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Sheriff Manuel Gonzales is still without ... Sheriff Manuel Gonzales is still without the roughly $600,000 in taxpayer money he sought for his mayoral bid after a state judge ruled that ...
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Suspect in attempted robbery killed at Southeast ABQ Subway
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Albuquerque police say a man trying ... Albuquerque police say a man trying to rob a 24-hour sandwich shop in Southeast Albuquerque was shot and killed by an employee early Tuesday ...
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COVID-19 safety stars in NM films
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Strict virus protocols are credited with ... Strict virus protocols are credited with helping in reboot of industry
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Former NM tax secretary gets probation for 2 felony ...
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Demesia Padilla faced up to 18 ... Demesia Padilla faced up to 18 years in prison
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Peer education initiative for prisoners goes mainstream
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Corrections project that started in jails ... Corrections project that started in jails enters community realm
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DOJ unveils changes to how future consent decrees are ...
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APD Chief Harold Medina notes 'we ... APD Chief Harold Medina notes 'we need the local flexibility' to fight crime while p
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PAC backing Keller outraises rivals in August
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Shift came amid legal battle from ... Shift came amid legal battle from Gonzales
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New Mexico has scorching start to September
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'Notable' cool front expected next week 'Notable' cool front expected next week