Voting is now open for the first category of FishbowlDC’s Summer Superlatives 2011: Best Sense of Humor. With the help of a secret panel of past winners and avid FishbowlDC readers, we narrowed nominations down to four finalists whose witty tweets, status updates and columns never fail to bring the hilarity.
Voting for each category will be open for 24 hours. But there’s a catch. At 8pm every evening, the results of the day’s three polls will be hidden. Think of the cutoff as early exit polling. Just because your pick is leading the pack all day, doesn’t mean they’re safe. After the sun goes down, it’s anybody’s title for the taking. We’ll announce all the winners on Monday.
So rally your supporters, bus in voters, and campaign like you read about because Summer Superlatives 2011 is officially underway with Politico’s Julie Mason, The Weekly Standard/Daily Caller’s Matt Labash, Roll Call’s Neda Semnani and WaPo’s Gene Weingarten for Best Sense of Humor.
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- Round 3 Superlative Winners: Pamela Kirkland, Brad & Lauren Dayspring, Maggie Haberman