Welcome to the Anagrammy Voting Page

Anagrammy Awards > Voting Page


Name: (Required)

Email: (Optional)


Enter your name and, if you wish, email address in the fields above.

To cast your vote, follow these steps:

  1. Vote and review each of these 3 ballot pages:
    • Short categories page (required, vote in a minimum of 4 categories)
    • Long categories page (optional)
    • Rude category page (optional)

    After making your selections, click "Review These Votes" to move to the review page.
    Then click "Vote Page n" to continue to the next page.

  2. At the end, review ALL your votes.

  3. Finalize and submit your votes for all categories by clicking SUBMIT MY VOTES

  4. You will receive an acknowledgement page with the Leader Board password.


  • You have the option of voting for 3 anagrams in each category.

Your 1st choice is worth 3 points.
Your 2nd choice is worth 2 points.
Your 3rd choice is worth 1 point.

You can specify your choices by clicking on their numbers or typing the numbers into the 3 voting boxes at the end of the category.

To make corrections, delete the numbers or start over in the category by clicking "Reset category votes".

You cannot give an individual anagram more than one vote.

  • It is strongly recommended that you use all your votes.

However, if you do not want to vote for a second or third anagram, leave the field for 2nd and/or 3rd empty instead. If you do not wish to vote in a category, leave all fields in that category blank.


Some Important Rules
  1. You MUST enter your name (you may use an alias if you wish) on this page.

  2. You MUST vote in at least 4 of the 7 short categories for your votes to be accepted.

  3. Nominees organising all their friends and family to vote for all their nominations would be considered poor form and, in blatant cases, their votes will not be accepted.

What makes an anagram a winner?

A good anagram:

  1. is apt,
  2. is self-explanatory,
  3. is direct,
  4. uses correct spelling and grammar,
  5. and is usually humorous.

If you have never voted here before, and you want to find out more about what makes a winning anagram, read this: Hallmarks of a Good Anagram.

The Anagrammy Awards