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The Voting Booth: Round 2 - Top 32: Design a Country

This poll closed Dec 11, 2007.

Dates and times displayed above are in the US/Pacific time zone.

The Voting Booth: Round 2 - Top 32: Design a Country

Round 2 - Top 32: Design a Country

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Vote for your favorite RPG Superstar contestants -- you can select up to five candidates. You can change your mind anytime until voting closes Tuesday, December 11 at noon Pacific time.

If you select more than five, you will not see the "Your vote has been recorded" message beneath the "Vote" button, and your vote will not be counted.

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