Make Your Vote Count . . . in the Weblog Awards

I’m a bit lax on posting this, but it’s not too late!

You can make your vote count . . . in the Weblog Awards, although you may have residual doubt that it counted in the, you know, 2008 Presidential race.

Well, we’ll see about that. Although The Confluence has tens of thousands of views per day, it’s been experiencing the very same slander from Obots that Hillary Clinton, PUMAs and other supporters received during the primaries and general election cycle. The PUMA world has been under attack, as Uppity shows here and Dakinikat here,  but “attention is energy,” so I’m not going to send any more to the Obots.

The Confluence, where I’m a contributing writer, is up for Best Liberal Blog. You can vote at the handy links provided below, or click the badges on the upper right sidebar to vote for TC or Uppity Woman.

Voting ends on January 13. You can vote for your choice in each category once every 24 hours. So, yes, vote every day! As they say: vote early and often. Have at it.

For Best Liberal Blog, vote for The Confluence here

For Best New Blog, vote for Uppity Woman here

For Best Small Blog, vote for Nice Deb here

For Best Hidden Gem, vote for Deadenders here

For Best Food Blog, vote for Cake Wrecks here

For Best Pet Blog, vote for F**k You, Penguin here

For Best Podcast, vote for This American Life or NPR’s Planet Money here.

[h/t to Riverdaughter for her selections and links]