Members of the Academy of United States Veterans have voted. The results provided us with final nominees in each category. Public voting is open to all members of the community to determine the winner of each category. Winners will be announced on the night of the 6th Annual Veterans Awards on May 14th, 2021.
Unless otherwise noted, public voting for the 6th Annual Veterans Awards will end on March 31, 2021.
During the voting window, supporters may submit votes via online method by clicking on the "VOTE" button next to each category.
Voting limit is one vote per IP address.
Email addresses submitted by voters will be verified. Votes with incorrect or unverifiable email addresses will not be counted.
The nominated organizations that do not have a C-level executive or an officer present at the Annual Veterans Awards will be eliminated from the competition.
The nominee that receives the highest number of valid votes in each category, as determined by Administrator, will be deemed the potential winner of the category; provided that in the event of technical or reporting difficulties with the Voting Methods, or in the event two or more nominees receive the same number of votes such that the finalists and/or winner(s) cannot be determined, or for any other reason AUSV deems appropriate, AUSV reserves the right to make the final determination as to which of the nominees will be declared the winner of the category.
Each nominated entity is responsible to campaign and seek votes from the members of their community. AUSV will make proper banners and social media material available for each category.
AUSV, VETTY INC, and each of their respective direct or indirect parents, subsidiaries, related and affiliated entities and persons, and each of their respective agents, officers, directors, employees, managers, members, contractors, and their respective successors, licensees and assigns, and any other entity involved in the development, administration, promotion, or implementation of any Voting Method and these Official Voting Rules (collectively, the "Released Parties") are not responsible for and shall not be liable for: difficulties, failures or malfunctions of computers, phones (including wireless phones/handsets) tablets and/or other devices, phone lines or telephone systems or other communications malfunctions; cellular equipment towers, telephone systems or wireless services; interrupted or unavailable networks, applications or servers; miscommunications, failed computer hardware or software or other technical failures; garbled, lost, misrouted or scrambled transmissions; any error, omission, interruption, defect or delay in any transmission, communication or report; traffic congestion or for any technical or other problem which may cause the voting to be disrupted or corrupted.