This Expert Institute's 2015 Best Legal Blog Nominee Needs Your Votes

 

From a field of more than 2,000 potential nominees, SC Injury Law Journal Blog has received enough
nominations to join the 250 legal blogs participating in one of the largest competitions for legal blog writing online today. 

Now that the blogs have been nominated and placed into their respective categories, it is up to their readers to select the very best. With an open voting format that allows participants one vote per blog, the competition will be a true test of the dedication of each blog's existing readers, while also giving up-and-coming players in the legal blogging space exposure to a wider audience.

Each blog will compete for rank within its category, while the three blogs that receive the most votes in any category will be crowned overall winners.

The competition will run from August 27th until the close of voting at 12:00AM onOctober 9th, at which point the votes will be tallied and the winners announced.

CLICK HERE TO VOTE

 

South Carolinians Make Sure You are Registered to Vote for November 2nd Elections

One thing I try and avoid is conversations over politics and religion. I am not registered to any political parties and I have voted for Republicans and Democrats in the past few elections. That being said, I am a proponent of democracy and having the right to vote.

Please make sure you take advantage of the rights fought so hard for you and your family by ensuring you are registered to vote in your specific county by October 2, 2010. South Carolina has a website that is so easy to navigate and verify your registration in less than a minute: http://scvotes.org/.

As the Anderson Independent pointed out in it's article,"Voter Registration Deadline is Oct. 2", It's important to remember that you will need to register to vote if you have moved from one county to another (need to register in the new county).

If you are not registered, there are several, quick and easy solutions that only require a few minutes of your time. You can also read over proposed 2010 State Constitutional Amendments.

South Carolina General Elections are Tuesday, November 2, 2010.  Read up on the candidates and vote.

 

"If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be."    Thomas Jefferson