The 2021 Wash100 Vote Standings deadline is coming THIS FRIDAY. You still have time to submit your votes for the most significant GovCon and federal executives of consequence to our sector, but you have to hurry and cast your votes by midnight on Friday, April 30th.
With two days left to cast your votes in the most competitive Wash100 voting season in the history of the award, time is running out to show your support for the elite leaders of our community. To submit your TEN votes and learn more about who needs your support more than ever, visit Wash100.com to ensure your votes are counted in time and you have your voice heard before Friday’s deadline.
Since GovConWire reported the 2021 Wash100 voting results on Wednesday, U.S. Air Force CIO Lauren Knausenberger, who at one point trailed first place by more than 60 votes, has soared back to the top of the standings and has emerged into first place with only two days left.
However, General Dynamics Chairwoman and CEO Phebe Novakovic, and Defense Secretary Gen. Lloyd Austin are both only behind by a handful of votes. These two exchanged seven lead changes over the course of this week before Knausenberger roared back into the echelon to make the final days of the 2021 Wash100 Vote Standings a three-way race to the finish line.
If you still have votes to cast for this year’s Wash100 Award recipients, NOW is the time to submit them to show your support for their achievements and contributions to the GovCon sector. With each vote carrying so much weight to determine who will take first place by Friday, your TEN votes could not be more important.
Cast your votes before midnight on Friday to make the voting deadline and ensure your favorite leaders in our community have a real chance to win first place this year. Visit Wash100.com to vote NOW. Don’t wait until the last minute or waste your votes; the GovCon community needs your voice!
Here are the current Top 5 rankings in the 2021 Wash100 Vote Standings:
Visit Wash100.com to learn more about the race to the finish line and who could use your vote the most to be celebrated for their contributions to our industry.