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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Vote for the Best of Arkansas

Posted By on Wed, May 11, 2011 at 7:13 PM

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Our annual readers' choice poll for the Best of Arkansas in dozens of categories from retail to restaurants is live now. Voting continues through June 15. Online users are only allowed to submit a poll once. Readers who complete at least 75 percent of the poll will be automatically entered into a drawing to win $100.

We've added several new categories that Arkansas Blog readers should like: Best Misuse of Taxpayer Funds, Best Worst Person (hopefully, you'll be able bridge the logic of "best" plus something negative), Best Website and Best Twitter. As the name of the poll suggests, we're looking for Arkansas-specific answers throughout.

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