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All Discussions Tagged 'Vote' (5)

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My Blog is in a Competition

Hi there! :) My name is Rebecca Lemke. I am a 19 year old wife, mother, and Mommy Blogger from Oklahoma! My blog is in a world-wide competi…

Started by Rebecca Lemke

3 Nov 23, 2015
Reply by Rebecca Lemke

Rock the Vote, it's super quick, just a one time (not daily) and help me win an iPad2 - I return all votes!

Hi MBC Friends,   I really need YOU, and I promise it's painless, super quick and I'm willing to return the favor!   ♥ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ LAST DAY, i…

Started by Tracy Iglesias

0 Jun 22, 2011

HELP!!! Please Rock the Vote for a candidate you can really get behind! :-)

I'm in the running again this year for the NatureMade Sam-E Good Mood Blogger2, I am truly hoping to make the final 20 round of voting and…

Started by Tracy Iglesias

0 Nov 5, 2010

Would Love Your Vote!

Hi, my name is Rachelle and I have a blog called Kenziepoo.com which is all about baby from clothes to Nursery Decor. I would love for you…

Started by Rachelle

0 Jan 4, 2010

We need votes for our daughter! We will vote for you too!

Please Vote for Catherine here: https://www.greatamericanphotocontest.com/voter1/index1.aspx?referid=strm_NoticeEmail1&p=1931104 She is…

Started by Jeanette Huston

0 Nov 30, 2009

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