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Paper seeks "Best of Toledo"

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Toledo City Paper is polling readers for its annual "Best of Toledo" contest.

The paper wants readers to weigh in on everything from the best restaurants to the best doctors to the best getaways by voting in its online ballot.

Voters may only fill out one ballot and must answer a minimum of 30 questions.  The deadline for voting is Wednesday, December 19th at 5 p.m.  Voters can also mail in a ballot from this week's print edition, but it must be received by the deadline.

We'll keep you posted on the winners when they're announced.

Click here to vote in the Toledo City Paper's "Best of Toledo" contest.

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