Nominate your local favorites in Orlando Weekly's Best of 2016 polls

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My fellow Orlandoans, this political season we ask that you put aside your differences and come together by helping this city finally decide what is truly "best."

When you think about it, it doesn't matter if Hillary, Trump or Sanders ends up in the White House, none of them can tell you which breakfast spot in Orlando has the best brunch.



So, naturally, there's only one election that's worth getting involved in this year, and that's our 2016 Best of Orlando polls.

NOMINATE YOUR LOCAL FAVORITES HERE 

From now till June 29, we want you to nominate what you think makes this city so great – restaurants, bars, bands, yoga studios, dog groomers, whatever you think is the best this city has to offer. 



The nomination portion of this year's Best Of polls will close at 11:59 p.m. on June 29. Then, the write-ins with the most nominations will make it to the actual voting round, which runs from July 6 to Aug. 10. 

For more info on how to make Orlando great again, click here

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