It’s Time To Vote For The Women In Media People’s Choice Award!

It’s Time To Vote For The Women In Media People’s Choice Award!
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The entries for Women in Media Awards have closed and now it’s time to get voting for who you want to take home the People’s Choice Award on the night.

The extra long People’s Choice list includes all the amazing women who entered the Awards, as well as the long list of inspirational women we published a few weeks back.

See the full, and very long list, below.

The list is in alphabetical order so keep on scrolling to find who you want to vote for. You only have to choose one person from the list of nearly 200. So make your choice wisely!

If you can’t see the survey below on mobile, click this link and cast your vote.

You’ve got about a month to have your say on who should be awarded the shiny statuette.

And if you want to see who you hope will be the People’s Choice winner, make sure you grab some tickets to the evening. The Awards will be held on August 13 at Doltone House in Sydney.
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