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    Final Hours to Vote on 2013 iReport Team Member


    The  sand in the hour glass is seeping away with less than 36 hours  remaining to make your selection of who will be the 2013 iReport Team  Member of the Year.

    Voting  is open through tomorrow, Saturday, December 28. The poll will close at  midnight Eastern time. The winner or winners will be announced in an  iReport on Monday, December 30.

    As of today, over 800 people have visited Cornfield Polling.  A little over 3% of visitors have cast a vote and/or entered a comment.  Let's hope people are not waiting until the last minute to vote like  people waiting to sign up for "Obamacare".

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    A listing of the Team via the Team Blog can be found at:

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    Take the survey, select from one of the entries on the list. In the  Comment section of the survey put in the Team member not listed you  believe deserves honored.

    I will adjust the votes, culling from  the Comment section on the survey to reflect the expressed, actual  vote. I will also be assessing the comments on my iReports on this  subject to determine which of the Team (listed or not listed) who should  receive the honor.

    That honor could be, based on the comments, reflect the entire Team as well.

    From the Cornfield, the clock is ticking. There are less than 36 hours to make your choice known.

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