2020 Turtledoves - Best Graphic POLL

The Best Graphic Is...

  • The Political Compass; @Major Crimson

    Votes: 40 38.5%
  • 2019 German general election; @Erinthecute

    Votes: 17 16.3%
  • The Albionic Church; @HeX

    Votes: 38 36.5%
  • Neoclacissism in the Human sphere; @Daeres

    Votes: 23 22.1%
  • alternate AH.com page; @KaiserEmu

    Votes: 17 16.3%
  • 2019 American federal election; @Erinthecute

    Votes: 16 15.4%
  • Western Europe: German Reich; @Kanan

    Votes: 47 45.2%

  • Total voters
    104
  • This poll will close: .

Zagan

Donor
EDIT: The Albionic Church; @HeX was deemed acceptable in light of the proof provided.


In the future, should borderline cases like these appear again, I suggest that proof be pre-emptively provided during the nomination phase. Thank you.
 
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The Albionic Church; @HeX is disqualified because it was not posted during 2019.

It will be eligible for the next year's Turtledove Awards though.
once again i respectfuly disagree;
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The rules of the contest clearly say that the graphic must have been worked on in 2019 to quality, this being the only requirement

However we can clearly see from this post dated december 13, 2019 that @HeX has been working on it since at least december 2019, so it should be eligible.
 

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once again i respectfuly disagree; View attachment 530831

The rules of the contest clearly say that the graphic must have been worked on in 2019 to quality, this being the only requirement

However we can clearly see from this post dated december 13, 2019 that @HeX has been working on it since at least december 2019, so it should be eligible.
Okay. Let's wait for @Gwrtheyrn Annwn to make a call on this one as well.
That looks to be sufficient proof for this one, the nomination can stand.
 

Zagan

Donor
I edited my post accordingly.

In the future, should borderline cases like these appear again, I suggest that proof be pre-emptively provided during the nomination phase. Thank you.
 
I edited my post accordingly.

In the future, should borderline cases like these appear again, I suggest that proof be pre-emptively provided during the nomination phase. Thank you.
Sorry about that. It probably doesn't matter now, but here's a post from November marking some progress. I'd been working on the graphic since October but lost a lot of progress when my computer freaked out and I had to restart it.
 
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