Aug. 29 to
Sept. 2, 2002
WSFS - Hugo Award Voting
ConJosé administered the Hugo Awards for 2002. For information about the Hugo Awards, a list of categories and an explanation of the voting rules click here.
Hugo Awards balloting closed at Midnight Pacific Daylight Time, Wednesday, July 31st, 2002. Although the ballot forms and pages are still shown here for archival reasons, it is now too late to vote.
The following results can now be announced:
For Tad Williams' speech from the Hugo Awards ceremony, click here.
For a downloadable copy of the ballot (PDF format) click here.
For an online version of the ballot click here.
For a printer-friendly HTML version of the ballot, click here.
For a site prepared by ConJosé's Hugo Administrator giving links to nominees' web sites, click here
Attending and supporting members of ConJose as of July 31st, 2002 were eligible to vote. Attending and supporting members of ConJose The Millenium Philcon (2001 Worldcon) as of January 31, 2002 were eligible to make nominations. Both deadlines have now passed, and voting is now over.
ConJosé awarded a special Hugo for Best Web Site. This was administered in the same way as the standard Hugo Awards. For detailed information about how the new award worked please click here.
After some deliberation ConJosé decided not to award Retro Hugos.
The 2002 Hugo Awards were presented at a ceremony at ConJosé. For more information about the Hugo Awards Ceremony click here.
ConJosé's Hugo Administration Sub-committee (as per section 3.12 of the WSFS Constitution) consists of Kevin Standlee and John Lorentz.You can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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