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LA Dish of the Month (October 2013) - Voting

LA Dish of the Month (October 2013) - Voting

SHELLFISH

SOUPS

KOREATOWN

SAUSAGE

FRIED CHICKEN

Here's a link to the nomination thread: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/917607

Vote once in ALL CAPS. If your vote is not submitted in ALL CAPS it will not be tabulated.

Voting will be open until 11:59 PDT on September 30th.

See you guys on the other side of September.

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        1. Thanks ipse. Usually you have a more prominent warning about voting only once. Is the rule that if one votes multiple times (by accident, presumably) that only their most recent vote counts or that none of their votes count, unless the person clarifies which vote should count?

          Are we allowed to change votes? For instance, if I vote sausage (Edit: No longer my real vote) and it ends up not in contention for winner, but K-TOWN (now my real vote) is in a close battle for first with Fried Chicken, can I change my vote to one of those later (like an ad hoc runoff)?

          I think some precedents have been set in past voting threads (but I'm too lazy to check) that would indicate that changing voted is okay as long as it is made very clear what someone's final counting vote is.

          7 Replies
          1. re: PeterCC

            Pick K-town. Why don't you make it your job to do sausage specialists in K-town? :-)

            1. re: Porthos

              Alright, I'll give it a shot, just for you. I changed my vote above since I can still edit my post.

              1. re: PeterCC

                Appreciate it buddy! Let's keep our fingers crossed for a delicious and unique DOM :-)

            2. re: PeterCC

              You can change your vote, but please do so with some afore thought and please clearly let me know about it.

              And, as always, our mantra has been "Vote once and vote often!"

              Cheers my friend.

              1. re: ipsedixit

                Wait.

                How does one "vote once" and "vote often" at the same time ?

              2. re: PeterCC

                Geez, what is this a meeting of Congress ?

                With all the rules and regulations.