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DEADLINE: Vote TWICE by Midnight TONIGHT to Induct Mark Levin into Radio Hall of Fame

By Craig Bannister | June 18, 2018 | 10:19am EDT

Fans of Mark Levin can vote twice for his induction into radio’s hall of fame – but, they have to do it before midnight tonight, Monday, June 18, 2018.

This is your chance to vote Mark Levin into the National Radio Hall of Fame!

The contest closes Monday, June 18th @ 11:59pm ET. Mark Levin has been a fearless friend of the Media Research Center for years and his insights are a hugely popular with our readers. The Mark Levin show airs on more than 300 stations nationally, as well as on satellite radio, with millions of listeners each week. It has the third-largest audience of any nationally-syndicated radio program.

The contest allows you to vote two times: once by text AND once by email.

To text your vote, text the number 500 to the number 96000. (Only one vote per cell phone number.)

You can also vote online by going to www.radiovote.com. (One vote per email address, and you have to vote in both categories or your vote will not count.)

Inductees will be announced on June 25th.

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