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A photo taken at Holbrook, Arizona on Route 66

why can't I vote for a the picture of the 2 cars in Holbrook under changing of the west or something like that
Lucie Neuhalfen
Lucie Neuhalfen
Oct 02, 2010 09:49 AM
I voted once for the picture of a Red Corvette with a old black model T in the back ground. I think it is titled Old Cars in Holbrook, AZ Old West changed? or something like that. I was able to vote once and can't vote again? Do we only get 1 vote per person? I like that picture a lot but can't vote again.

Lucie Neuhalfen
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Gretchen Aston-Puckett
Gretchen Aston-Puckett
Oct 02, 2010 11:35 AM
Hi Lucie,
That's correct - it's supposed to be one vote per person per image. Here are the details from: http://www.hcn.org/[…]/contests-frequently-asked-questions

"Why can I vote for more than one entry in a contest?
Instead of making you choose only one entry to vote for, we decided to allow viewers to vote positively for any entry they want to -- one vote per viewer, per image. But be careful - you can't undo your vote once you've clicked the "vote" button, so CHOOSE CAREFULLY!"

Sincerely,
Gretchen Aston-Puckett
High Country News Development Director