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WHCA Election Results - July 16, 2009

Ballots were counted at the WHCA offices. A total of 145 ballots were cast; two were ruled invalid for failing to follow proper procedure and 143 were counted by Ed Chen, president 2009-10; David Jackson, vice president 2009-10; Susan Page, president 1999-2000; Carl Leubsdorf, president 1995-96; and George Condon, president 1993-94.

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Caren Bohan, Reuters 74
Steve Thomma, McClatchy 35
Mike Allen, Politico 27
Julie Mason, Washington Examiner 3 write-in
Don Gonyea, NPR 1 write-in
John Gizzi, Human Events 1 write-in
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Julie Mason, Wash Examiner 85
Steve Thomma, McClatchy 29
Mike Allen, Politico 27
April Ryan 1 write-in
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Holly Bailey, Newsweek 118
Ken Walsh, U.S. News 3 write-in
Massimo Calabresi, Time 1 write-in
Michael Scherer, Time 2 write-in
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Don Gonyea, NPR 77
April Ryan, AURN 65
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Caren Bohan, Reuters 128
Ed Chen, Bloomberg 1 write-in
Steve Holland, Reuters 1 write-in
Henry Pulizzi, Dow Jones 1 write-in
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