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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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Teammates helped NMSU basketball player after fatal shooting on ...
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Gun wasn’t turned over to police ... Gun wasn’t turned over to police for more than 12 hours
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UNM shooting: NMSU suspends basketball player Mike Peake
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Athletic Director makes school's first issuance ... Athletic Director makes school's first issuance on discipline since shooting
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ABQ BioPark Zoo welcomes first-ever penguin hatchling
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Mom and Dad are keeping healthy ... Mom and Dad are keeping healthy baby penguin warm
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City council says yes to noise cameras
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and listening — too. The city ... and listening — too. The city council on Monday approved a pilot program aimed at detecting loud vehicles through the use of special cameras. ...
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PNM rate case would raise bills by 75 cents ...
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The minimal impact on bills reflects ... The minimal impact on bills reflects substantial savings f
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5-year-old girl found safe after father showed up to ...
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Five-year-old Oreyana Clinton, who was reported ... Five-year-old Oreyana Clinton, who was reported missing Monday after her father showed up to a shelter on Gibson without her, was located on a ...
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House Speaker Brian Egolf resigns from Public Regulation Commission ...
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Move sidesteps an ethics hearing Move sidesteps an ethics hearing
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Albuquerque City Council votes to strike safe outdoor space ...
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The ongoing debate over safe outdoor ... The ongoing debate over safe outdoor spaces in Albuquerque continued Monday without any sign that either side is changing its mind. The City Council ...
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He faces 33 years in prison for raping a ...
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A man who is facing up ... A man who is facing up to 33 years in prison after being convicted of raping a child has cut off the GPS monitor ...
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Some retired New Mexico educators are slowly returning to ...
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New Mexico's plan to entice retired ... New Mexico's plan to entice retired educators to come back to the classroom is working ...