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Final Days to Vote for Rochester's Best Blog
October 1, 2012
Final Days to Vote
for Your Favorite Blog
Thanks to your nominations, has made it to the final four in City Newspaper's "Best of Rochester 2012" poll. But this election isn't over yet. Now it's time to cast your final vote.

Fill out your online ballot before 5:00pm on Wednesday and answer question #66 "Best Blog". Together, we can win back the blogosphere!

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