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Voting Opens for the Best of Christmas Podcasts 2022

ClausNet podcast is on the list - please vote today !!

Vote here:  https://mymerrychristmas.com/best-of-christmas-podcasts-2022/


The Best of Christmas Podcasts 2022 is now open for voting. Voting will run through October 31st. Please visit this link to vote for your favorites.

This year’s nominees are:

Christmas Clatter
Sleigh Bells & Mistletoe
Can’t Wait for Christmas
Deck the Hallmark
Merry Little Podcast
Tis the Podcast
Totally Rad Christmas
Christmas Podding
Seasons Eatings Podcast
North Pole Podcast
Clausnet Podcast
A Cozy Christmas Podcast
The Christmas Alphabet Podcast
Total Christmas Podcast
Planning for Christmas Podcast
Christmas Countdown
Christmas Podcasts Podcast
Christmas Creeps
The Santa Trackers Podcast

These nominees all came from within the Christmas community online – we’re not responsible for a single one of them. That’s the change in this, our 2nd year, of recognizing the Best of Christmas Podcasts online.

Are there notable podcasts missing? Absolutely. But we’re committed to the Voice of the Christmas Fan. We are confident that as time goes on in our annual efforts the best of the best will rise to the top. Our mission, after all, is to share Christmas with the world. We thank all podcasters for bringing their Christmas online and we appreciate the fans of Christmas working with us to share the best.

While public voting is given more than 3 months we will, as we did last year in launching this effort, poll several specialty groups, including podcasters themselves, so that we get a broad representation of opinion.

We thank you for your ongoing participation in this great annual event.

Source:   https://mymerrychristmas.com/voting-opens-for-the-best-of-christmas-podcasts-2022/

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Voting Election 2020 GIF by #GoVote  Just did my vote!

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Didn't know there were so many! Do any of these have a YouTube channel?

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My vote is in, on reflection I should have voted for the ClausNet pod cast :) 

Only joking :) :) 

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