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Best LGBT Blog

Voting has ended for The 2006 Weblog Awards. Return to the The 2006 Weblog Award Poll Navigation Page or see the list of winners.

Weblog Awards
Best LGBT Blog
Pam's House Blend 2227
Gay Patriot 1246
Towleroad 841
Dorothy Surrenders 246
The Republic of T. 202
Transcending Gender 177
Box Turtle Bulletin 158
Ohlala Blog 149
Queerty 137
Keith Boykin 60

Total votes: 5443


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Prize: Winner will receive one complimentary basic registration to the Blog World & New Media Expo.

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Nominations for The 2006 Weblog Awards are, as always, open and public. There were approximately 4,500 nominations in the 45 categories. You can navigate all of the nomination via the master list of nomination posts here.

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Welcome to The 2006 Weblog Awards!

The Weblog Awards are the world's largest blog competition, with over 525,000 votes cast in the 2006 edition for finalists in 45 categories. Nominations ended November 24, and voting was conducted between December 7 and December 15. Final results will be announced Dec. 18, 2006.

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