Readers' choice? You tell us, please!
It is a given that the choosiest people in New Hampshire (that would be people such as you) read the Union Leader, Sunday News and UnionLeader.com. So whom do choosy readers choose when selecting other New Hampshire goods, services and fun?
Today, we start finding out. Introducing the 2013 Union Leader Readers' Choice awards. You will find the ballot at UnionLeader.com/choice.
Whether it is your favorite restaurant or bar or the place where you get the kids' teeth straightened or where you get the best manicure and a pedi, the Union Leader Readers' Choice awards gives you a chance to name your top spot or service and then see what others choose.
This is the first time New Hampshire's largest newspaper has offered our readers such a vote. We will publish the ballot in the newspaper several more times and you can vote as often as you like, and vote in as many categories as you like. We ask only that you make at least 12 selections and that you supply your name and email address when voting. And specify the full name of each business and its town or city street address.
Have fun. The Readers' Choice awards are meant to recognize great services and vendors, as voted by the people who patronize and support them.
READER COMMENTS: 11
- Veterans Count, for less: Feds shred a program that works - 3
- Salem's town clown: Nothing is the public's business - 3
- Havenstein's Pledge: It's a sound business plan - 2
- 'Strange ideas' Banning guns made in NH - 27
- Personhood Controversial? Really? - 29
- Pocket Constitutions: Windham's non-scandal - 15
- Obama's escalation: In Iraq, too broad a fight - 14
- NH's prison population: The real story behind a failed law - 12
- Constitutional thought: Enter our student essay contest - 0
READER COMMENTS: 0
- Nashua man facing numerous assault charges in attack on woman - 0
- Manchester man arrested in Holiday Inn Express robbery - 0
- After flap over 'racist' comment, no call for Lincoln planner to resign from board - 6
- Review of West High intruder case to be behind closed doors - 4
- Another View -- Daniel Barrick: Manchester's schools face some serious challenges - 0
- Racism in Lincoln? Looks more like ignorance - 2
- Chiefly, Pats are horrible in Monday night blowout in K.C. - 0
- NHIAA Roundup: Double-overtime goal sends Goffstown past John Stark in boys' soccer - 0
- UNH gridders jump one spot in national polls - 0
Dredging planned for Milford's Osgood Pond
Racism in Lincoln? Looks more like ignorance
- School lunch participation is down and food waste is up since the feds launched their war on childhood obesity. Should schools be required to serve healthier foods than many children eat at home?
- Total Votes: 1272