The votes are now in, and we are proud to announce AAA-Fund’s 2009 Blogathon winners!
Before going further, we congratulate all of our finalists for their insight and eloquence: Cameron Feng, Jenny Jiang, Rose Wei, Micah Weinberg.
Kudos to our esteemed judges who selected our Fabulous Four Finalists: AAA-Fund Blog Deputy Editor-in-Chief Richard Chen, AAA-Fund Blog Editor-in-Chief Justin Gillenwater, AAA-Fund Blog Editor-in-Chief Caroline Fan, AAA-Fund Intern Sally Zhu, Slanty from SlantEyefortheRoundEye, Ramey Ko of Asian Americans for Obama, and the entire AAA-Fund Blogteam.
Drum roll please…
By popular acclamation, Rose Wei takes first place, with “Concerns of a Young Adult“. The first choice of 73 percent of all voters, Rose has won One Hundred Fifty Dollars ($150), 2 free tickets to the 2010 AAA-Fund Gala (a $200 value), and an exclusive invitation to become a featured AAA-Fund Blogger. Congrats, Rose!
Jenny Jiang takes second-place honors, with ”Higher Cost of Inaction“. Jenny wins 2 free tickets to the 2010 AAA-Fund Gala (a $200 value), and an exclusive invitation to become a featured AAA-Fund Blogger. Congrats, Jenny!
Micah Weinberg wins third place, with “A Healthcare Story“. Micah wins lunch with a AAA-Fund leader, along with an exclusive invitation to become a featured AAA-Fund Blogger. Congrats, Micah!
Finally, we thank you, Our Readers, for voting for our winners. We’ll make sure to share our top entries with top Congressional leaders and the Obama Administration.
Let’s now do our part to make sure Congress passes major healthcare reform in 2009.
– Gautam Dutta