2018 Music Express Awards

2018 Music Express Awards

Because the “solution” the software company offered us to repair the polling boards was not acceptable, we had to devise another plan. Here is our in house solution. What we’ve done is recreated the original poll boards (with a spelling correction and an Album name correction). The new poll has been tested and is functional and is up to the task. You will notice the numbers start at Zero… kind of. Let me explain. The other board still exists (There will be a link to it and the end of the explanation) but it has closed. So no voting will be allowed on the original board, however in order NOT to lose those votes we have simply closed the voting and reopened it on this page. Once voting has completed, we will tally all votes from this current board with those from the error board and compile the results. Other than the actual math, everything will be visible to all so you can see we are not manipulating numbers. Fair Enough? Beyond that, we have voiced our displeasure with the developer and will be utilizing new software in the coming years.

We sincerely apologize to the artists and the fans for all the issues.



But  Remember…. After you make your selection, press the VOTE tab or your vote will not be registered. Polls Close February 6, 2018 and Winners will be announced February 8, 2018.





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  1. Modestly

    Your in house solution to this voting poll is apparently not the results you were going for!! Unless it was your intention all along to allow more than one vote allowed in a 24 hr period. I have now been able to vote 4 times and the percentage has not moved. Something very wrong!!

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