Best of the Peninsula.

Best of the Peninsula.

Best of the Peninsula 2021 nominations on now

It’s time again to vote for the Best of the Peninsula!

In separate Clallam County and Jefferson County ballots, voters will be asked to first nominate their favorite services, food, shopping, recreation and people from June 7-20.

Once the top five nominees from each category have been determined, the Best of the Best voting will begin June 28 and end at midnight July 11.

Voters will be asked to register only one time in each county in order to cast their ballots.

If you don’t see your favorite business, person or place in its respective county, please write the business name in the space provided on the form.

Best of the Peninsula is conducted by the advertising department online at peninsuladailynews.com, sequimgazette.com and forksforum.com.

This is the 25th consecutive year of the online contest.

Best of luck to those in the running for Best of the Peninsula 2021!

Click here to vote in the Best of Clallam County

Click here to vote in the Best of Jefferson County

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