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Damien Chazelle, winner 2016

The Academy Award for Best Directing (Best Director) is one of the Awards of Merit presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) to directors working in the motion picture industry. While nominations for Best Director are made by members in the Academy's Directing branch, the award winners are selected by the Academy membership as a whole.

History

Throughout the past 83 years, accounting for ties and repeat winners, the Academy has presented a total of 85 Best Director awards to 65 different directors. At the 1st Academy Awards (1927/1928), there were two directing awards—one for "Dramatic Direction" and one for "Comedy Direction". The Comedy Direction award was eliminated the next year and, indeed, the awards have overwhelmingly favored dramatic films ever since. At both the 34th Academy Awards (1961) and the 80th Academy Awards (2007), Best Director was presented to a co-directing team, rather than to an individual director.

The earliest years of the award were marked by inconsistency and confusion. In the Academy Awards' first year, actors and others such as cinematographers were nominated for all of their films produced during the qualifying period. However, since the directing award was for "directing" rather than "best director", it honored the director in association with only a single film—thus Janet Gaynor has two Frank Borzage films listed after her Best Actress nomination, but only one of them earned Borzage a directing nomination. The second year, the directing award followed the others in listing all of a director's work during the qualifying period, resulting in Frank Lloyd being nominated for three of his films—but, even more confusingly, only one of them was listed on the final award as the film for which he won. Finally, for the 1931 awards, this confusing system was replaced by the current system in which a director is nominated for a single film.

The Academy Awards for Best Director and Best Picture have been very closely linked throughout their history. Of the 85 films that have been awarded Best Picture, 62 have also been awarded Best Director. Only three films have won Best Picture without their directors being nominated (though only one since the early 1930s): Wings (1927/28), Grand Hotel (1931/32), and Driving Miss Daisy (1989). The only two Best Director winners to win for films which did not receive a Best Picture nomination are likewise in the early years: Lewis Milestone (1927/28) and Frank Lloyd (1928/29).

Nominees and winners

Best Director By Decade

1920s1930s1940s1950s1960s1970s1980s1990s2000s2010s

1st Academy Awards (1927/28)

Winner (Best Directing [Comedy Picture])
Two Arabian KnightsLewis Milestone
Nominees
SpeedyTed Wilde
Winner (Best Directing [Dramatic Picture])
7th HeavenFrank Borzage
Nominees
Sorrell and SonHerbert Brenon
The CrowdKing Vidor
Winner (Special Award)
Charles Chaplin, for acting, writing, directing and producing The Circus[1]

2nd Academy Awards (1928/29)

Winner
The Divine LadyFrank Lloyd
Nominees
The Broadway MelodyHarry Beaumont[2]
DragFrank Lloyd[2]
In Old ArizonaIrving Cummings[2]
Madame XLionel Barrymore[2]
The PatriotErnst Lubitsch[2]
Weary RiverFrank Lloyd[2]

3rd Academy Awards (1929/30)

Winner
All Quiet on the Western FrontLewis Milestone
Nominees
Anna ChristieClarence Brown
The DivorceRobert Leonard
The Love ParadeErnst Lubitsch
HallelujahKing Vidor
RomanceClarence Brown

1930s

4th Academy Awards (1930/31)

Winner
SkippyNorman Taurog
Nominees
CimarronWesley Ruggles
A Free SoulClarence Brown
The Front PageLewis Milestone
MoroccoJosef Von Sternberg

5th Academy Awards (1931/32)

Winner
Bad GirlFrank Borzage
Nominees
The ChampKing Vidor
Shanghai ExpressJosef Von Sternberg

6th Academy Awards (1932/33)

Winner
CavalcadeFrank Lloyd
Nominees
Lady for a DayFrank Capra (came in 2nd)
Little WomenGeorge Cukor (came in 3rd)

7th Academy Awards (1934)

Winner
It Happened One NightFrank Capra
Nominees
One Night of LoveVictor Schertzinger (came in 3rd)
The Thin ManW. S. Van Dyke (came in 2nd)

8th Academy Awards (1935)

Winner
The InformerJohn Ford
Nominees
Captain BloodMichael Curtiz (came in 2nd)[3]
The Lives of a Bengal LancerHenry Hathaway (came in 3rd)
Mutiny on the BountyFrank Lloyd

9th Academy Awards (1936)

Winner
Mr. Deeds Goes to TownFrank Capra
Nominees
DodsworthWilliam Wyler
The Great ZiegfeldRobert Z. Leonard
My Man GodfreyGregory La Cava
San FranciscoW. S. Van Dyke

10th Academy Awards (1937)

Winner
The Awful TruthLeo McCarey
Nominees
The Good EarthSidney Franklin
The Life of Emile ZolaWilliam Dieterle
Stage DoorGregory La Cava
A Star Is BornWilliam Wellman

11th Academy Awards (1938)

Winner
You Can't Take It with YouFrank Capra
Nominees
Angels with Dirty FacesMichael Curtiz
Boys TownNorman Taurog
The CitadelKing Vidor
Four DaughtersMichael Curtiz

12th Academy Awards (1939)

Winner
Gone with the WindVictor Fleming
Nominees
Goodbye, Mr. ChipsSam Wood
Mr. Smith Goes to WashingtonFrank Capra
StagecoachJohn Ford
Wuthering HeightsWilliam Wyler

1930s

13th Academy Awards (1940)

Winner
The Grapes of WrathJohn Ford
Nominees
Kitty FoyleSam Wood
The LetterWilliam Wyler
The Philadelphia StoryGeorge Cukor
RebeccaAlfred Hitchcock

14th Academy Awards (1941)

Winner
How Green Was My ValleyJohn Ford
Nominees
Citizen KaneOrson Welles
Here Comes Mr. JordanAlexander Hall
The Little FoxesWilliam Wyler
Sergeant YorkHoward Hawks

15th Academy Awards (1942)

Winner
Mrs. MiniverWilliam Wyler
Nominees
Kings RowSam Wood
Random HarvestMervyn LeRoy
Wake IslandJohn Farrow
Yankee Doodle DandyMichael Curtiz

16th Academy Awards (1943)

Winner
CasablancaMichael Curtiz
Nominees
Heaven Can WaitErnst Lubitsch
The Human ComedyClarence Brown
The More the MerrierGeorge Stevens
The Song of BernadetteHenry King

17th Academy Awards (1944)

Winner
Going My WayLeo McCarey
Nominees
Double IndemnityBilly Wilder
LauraOtto Preminger
LifeboatAlfred Hitchcock
WilsonHenry King

18th Academy Awards (1945)

Winner
The Lost WeekendBilly Wilder
Nominees
The Bells of St. Mary'sLeo McCarey
National VelvetClarence Brown
The SouthernerJean Renoir
SpellboundAlfred Hitchcock

19th Academy Awards (1946)

Winner
The Best Years of Our LivesWilliam Wyler
Nominees
Brief EncounterDavid Lean
It's a Wonderful LifeFrank Capra
The KillersRobert Siodmak
The YearlingClarence Brown

20th Academy Awards (1947)

Winner
Gentleman's AgreementElia Kazan
Nominees
The Bishop's WifeHenry Koster
CrossfireEdward Dmytryk
A Double LifeGeorge Cukor
Great ExpectationsDavid Lean

21st Academy Awards (1948)

Winner
The Treasure of the Sierra MadreJohn Huston
Nominees
HamletLaurence Olivier
Johnny BelindaJean Negulesco
The SearchFred Zinnemann
The Snake PitAnatole Litvak

22nd Academy Awards (1949)

Winner
A Letter to Three WivesJoseph L. Mankiewicz
Nominees
All the King's MenRobert Rossen
BattlegroundWilliam A. Wellman
The Fallen IdolCarol Reed
The HeiressWilliam Wyler

1950s

23rd Academy Awards (1950)

Winner
All about EveJoseph L. Mankiewicz
Nominees
The Asphalt JungleJohn Huston
Born YesterdayGeorge Cukor
Sunset Blvd.Billy Wilder
The Third ManCarol Reed

24th Academy Awards (1951)

Winner
A Place in the SunGeorge Stevens
Nominees
The African QueenJohn Huston
An American in ParisVincente Minnelli
Detective StoryWilliam Wyler
A Streetcar Named DesireElia Kazan

25th Academy Awards (1952)

Winner
The Quiet ManJohn Ford
Nominees
Five FingersJoseph L. Mankiewicz
The Greatest Show on EarthCecil B. DeMille
High NoonFred Zinnemann
Moulin RougeJohn Huston

26th Academy Awards (1953)

Winner
From Here to EternityFred Zinnemann
Nominees
LiliCharles Walters
Roman HolidayWilliam Wyler
ShaneGeorge Stevens
Stalag 17Billy Wilder

27th Academy Awards (1954)

Winner
On the WaterfrontElia Kazan
Nominees
The Country GirlGeorge Seaton
The High and the MightyWilliam Wellman
Rear WindowAlfred Hitchcock
SabrinaBilly Wilder

28th Academy Awards (1955)

Winner
MartyDelbert Mann
Nominees
Bad Day at Black RockJohn Sturges
East of EdenElia Kazan
PicnicJoshua Logan
SummertimeDavid Lean

29th Academy Awards (1956)

Winner
GiantGeorge Stevens
Nominees
Around the World in 80 DaysMichael Anderson
Friendly PersuasionWilliam Wyler
The King and IWalter Lang
War and PeaceKing Vidor

30th Academy Awards (1957)

Winner
The Bridge on the River KwaiDavid Lean
Nominees
Peyton PlaceMark Robson
SayonaraJoshua Logan
12 Angry MenSidney Lumet
Witness for the ProsecutionBilly Wilder

31st Academy Awards (1958)

Winner
GigiVincente Minnelli
Nominees
Cat on a Hot Tin RoofRichard Brooks
The Defiant OnesStanley Kramer
I Want to Live!Robert Wise
The Inn of the Sixth HappinessMark Robson

32nd Academy Awards (1959)

Winner
Ben-HurWilliam Wyler
Nominees
The Diary of Anne FrankGeorge Stevens
The Nun's StoryFred Zinnemann
Room at the TopJack Clayton
Some Like It HotBilly Wilder

1960s

33rd Academy Awards (1960)

Winner
The ApartmentBilly Wilder
Nominees
Never on SundayJules Dassin
PsychoAlfred Hitchcock
Sons and LoversJack Cardiff
The SundownersFred Zinnemann

34th Academy Awards (1961)

Winner
West Side StoryRobert Wise, Jerome Robbins
Nominees
The Guns of NavaroneJ. Lee Thompson
The HustlerRobert Rossen
Judgment at NurembergStanley Kramer
La Dolce VitaFederico Fellini

35th Academy Awards (1962)

Winner
Lawrence of ArabiaDavid Lean
Nominees
David and LisaFrank Perry
Divorce—Italian StylePietro Germi
The Miracle WorkerArthur Penn
To Kill a MockingbirdRobert Mulligan

36th Academy Awards (1963)

Winner
Tom JonesTony Richardson
Nominees
America AmericaElia Kazan
The CardinalOtto Preminger
Federico Fellini's 8-1/2Federico Fellini
HudMartin Ritt

37th Academy Awards (1964)

Winner
My Fair LadyGeorge Cukor
Nominees
BecketPeter Glenville
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the BombStanley Kubrick
Mary PoppinsRobert Stevenson
Zorba the GreekMichael Cacoyannis

38th Academy Awards (1965)

Winner
The Sound of MusicRobert Wise
Nominees
The CollectorWilliam Wyler
DarlingJohn Schlesinger
Doctor ZhivagoDavid Lean
Woman in the DunesHiroshi Teshigahara

39th Academy Awards (1966)

Winner
A Man for All SeasonsFred Zinnemann
Nominees
Blow-UpMichelangelo Antonioni
A Man and a WomanClaude Lelouch
The ProfessionalsRichard Brooks
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?Mike Nichols

40th Academy Awards (1967)

Winner
The GraduateMike Nichols
Nominees
Bonnie and ClydeArthur Penn
Guess Who's Coming to DinnerStanley Kramer
In Cold BloodRichard Brooks
In the Heat of the NightNorman Jewison

41st Academy Awards (1968)

Winner
Oliver!Carol Reed
Nominees
The Battle of AlgiersGillo Pontecorvo
The Lion in WinterAnthony Harvey
Romeo and JulietFranco Zeffirelli
2001: A Space OdysseyStanley Kubrick

42nd Academy Awards (1969)

Winner
Midnight CowboyJohn Schlesinger
Nominees
Alice's RestaurantArthur Penn
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance KidGeorge Roy Hill
They Shoot Horses, Don't They?Sydney Pollack
ZCosta-Gavras

1970s

43rd Academy Awards (1970)

Winner
PattonFranklin J. Schaffner
Nominees
Fellini SatyriconFederico Fellini
Love StoryArthur Hiller
M*A*S*HRobert Altman
Women in LoveKen Russell

44th Academy Awards (1971)

Winner
The French ConnectionWilliam Friedkin
Nominees
A Clockwork OrangeStanley Kubrick
Fiddler on the RoofNorman Jewison
The Last Picture ShowPeter Bogdanovich
Sunday Bloody SundayJohn Schlesinger

45th Academy Awards (1972)

Winner
CabaretBob Fosse
Nominees
DeliveranceJohn Boorman
The EmigrantsJan Troell
The GodfatherFrancis Ford Coppola
SleuthJoseph L. Mankiewicz

46th Academy Awards (1973)

Winner
The StingGeorge Roy Hill
Nominees
American GraffitiGeorge Lucas
Cries and WhispersIngmar Bergman
The ExorcistWilliam Friedkin
Last Tango in ParisBernardo Bertolucci

47th Academy Awards (1974)

Winner
The Godfather Part IIFrancis Ford Coppola
Nominees
ChinatownRoman Polanski
Day for NightFrancois Truffaut
LennyBob Fosse
A Woman under the InfluenceJohn Cassavetes

48th Academy Awards (1975)

Winner
One Flew over the Cuckoo's NestMilos Forman
Nominees
AmarcordFederico Fellini
Barry LyndonStanley Kubrick
Dog Day AfternoonSidney Lumet
NashvilleRobert Altman

49th Academy Awards (1976)

Winner
RockyJohn G. Avildsen
Nominees
All the President's MenAlan J. Pakula
Face to FaceIngmar Bergman
NetworkSidney Lumet
Seven BeautiesLina Wertmüller

50th Academy Awards (1977)

Winner
Annie HallWoody Allen
Nominees
Close Encounters of the Third KindSteven Spielberg
JuliaFred Zinnemann
Star WarsGeorge Lucas
The Turning PointHerbert Ross

51st Academy Awards (1978)

Winner
The Deer HunterMichael Cimino
Nominees
Coming HomeHal Ashby
Heaven Can WaitWarren Beatty, Buck Henry
InteriorsWoody Allen
Midnight ExpressAlan Parker

52nd Academy Awards (1979)

Winner
Kramer vs. KramerRobert Benton
Nominees
All That JazzBob Fosse
Apocalypse NowFrancis Ford Coppola
Breaking AwayPeter Yates
La Cage aux FollesEdouard Molinaro

1980s

53rd Academy Awards (1980)

Winner
Ordinary PeopleRobert Redford
Nominees
The Elephant ManDavid Lynch
Raging BullMartin Scorsese
The Stunt ManRichard Rush
TessRoman Polanski

54th Academy Awards (1981)

Winner
RedsWarren Beatty
Nominees
Atlantic CityLouis Malle
Chariots of FireHugh Hudson
On Golden PondMark Rydell
Raiders of the Lost ArkSteven Spielberg

55th Academy Awards (1982)

Winner
GandhiRichard Attenborough
Nominees
Das BootWolfgang Petersen
E.T. The Extra-TerrestrialSteven Spielberg
TootsieSydney Pollack
The VerdictSidney Lumet

56th Academy Awards (1983)

Winner
Terms of EndearmentJames L. Brooks
Nominees
The DresserPeter Yates
Fanny & AlexanderIngmar Bergman
SilkwoodMike Nichols
Tender MerciesBruce Beresford

57th Academy Awards (1984)

Winner
AmadeusMilos Forman
Nominees
Broadway Danny RoseWoody Allen
The Killing FieldsRoland Joffé
A Passage to IndiaDavid Lean
Places in the HeartRobert Benton

58th Academy Awards (1985)

Winner
Out of AfricaSydney Pollack
Nominees
Kiss of the Spider WomanHector Babenco
Prizzi's HonorJohn Huston
RanAkira Kurosawa
WitnessPeter Weir

59th Academy Awards (1986)

Winner
PlatoonOliver Stone
Nominees
Blue VelvetDavid Lynch
Hannah and Her SistersWoody Allen
The MissionRoland Joffé
A Room with a ViewJames Ivory

60th Academy Awards (1987)

Winner
The Last EmperorBernardo Bertolucci
Nominees
Fatal AttractionAdrian Lyne
Hope and GloryJohn Boorman
MoonstruckNorman Jewison
My Life as a DogLasse Hallström

61st Academy Awards (1988)

Winner
Rain ManBarry Levinson
Nominees
A Fish Called WandaCharles Crichton
The Last Temptation of ChristMartin Scorsese
Mississippi BurningAlan Parker
Working GirlMike Nichols

62nd Academy Awards (1989)

Winner
Born on the Fourth of JulyOliver Stone
Nominees
Crimes and MisdemeanorsWoody Allen
Dead Poets SocietyPeter Weir
Henry VKenneth Branagh
My Left FootJim Sheridan

1990s

63rd Academy Awards (1990)

Winner
Dances With WolvesKevin Costner
Nominees
The Godfather, Part IIIFrancis Ford Coppola
GoodFellasMartin Scorsese
The GriftersStephen Frears
Reversal of FortuneBarbet Schroeder

64th Academy Awards (1991)

Winner
The Silence of the LambsJonathan Demme
Nominees
Boyz N the HoodJohn Singleton
BugsyBarry Levinson
JFKOliver Stone
Thelma & LouiseRidley Scott

65th Academy Awards (1992)

Winner
UnforgivenClint Eastwood
Nominees
The Crying GameNeil Jordan
Howards EndJames Ivory
The PlayerRobert Altman
Scent of a WomanMartin Brest

66th Academy Awards (1993)

Winner
Schindler's ListSteven Spielberg
Nominees
In the Name of the FatherJim Sheridan
The PianoJane Campion
The Remains of the DayJames Ivory
Short CutsRobert Altman

67th Academy Awards (1994)

Winner
Forrest GumpRobert Zemeckis
Nominees
Bullets over BroadwayWoody Allen
Pulp FictionQuentin Tarantino
Quiz ShowRobert Redford
RedKrzysztof Kieslowski

68th Academy Awards (1995)

Winner
BraveheartMel Gibson
Nominees
BabeChris Noonan
Dead Man WalkingTim Robbins
Leaving Las VegasMike Figgis
The Postman (Il Postino)Michael Radford

69th Academy Awards (1996)

Winner
The English PatientAnthony Minghella
Nominees
FargoJoel Coen
The People vs. Larry FlyntMilos Forman
Secrets & LiesMike Leigh
ShineScott Hicks

70th Academy Awards (1997)

Winner
TitanicJames Cameron
Nominees
The Full MontyPeter Cattaneo
Good Will HuntingGus Van Sant
L.A. ConfidentialCurtis Hanson
The Sweet HereafterAtom Egoyan

71st Academy Awards (1998)

Winner
Saving Private RyanSteven Spielberg
Nominees
Life Is BeautifulRoberto Benigni
Shakespeare in LoveJohn Madden
The Thin Red LineTerrence Malick
The Truman ShowPeter Weir

72nd Academy Awards (1999)

Winner
American BeautySam Mendes
Nominees
Being John MalkovichSpike Jonze
The Cider House RulesLasse Hallström
The InsiderMichael Mann
The Sixth SenseM. Night Shyamalan

2000s

73rd Academy Awards (2000)

Winner
TrafficSteven Soderbergh
Nominees
Billy ElliotStephen Daldry
Crouching Tiger, Hidden DragonAng Lee
Erin BrockovichSteven Soderbergh
GladiatorRidley Scott

74th Academy Awards (2001)

Winner
A Beautiful MindRon Howard
Nominees
Black Hawk DownRidley Scott
Gosford ParkRobert Altman
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the RingPeter Jackson
Mulholland DriveDavid Lynch

75th Academy Awards (2002)

Winner
The PianistRoman Polanski
Nominees
ChicagoRob Marshall
Gangs of New YorkMartin Scorsese
The HoursStephen Daldry
Talk to HerPedro Almodóvar

76th Academy Awards (2003)

Winner
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the KingPeter Jackson
Nominees
City of GodFernando Meirelles
Lost in TranslationSofia Coppola
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the WorldPeter Weir
Mystic RiverClint Eastwood

77th Academy Awards (2004)

Winner
Million Dollar BabyClint Eastwood
Nominees
The AviatorMartin Scorsese
RayTaylor Hackford
SidewaysAlexander Payne
Vera DrakeMike Leigh

78th Academy Awards (2005)

Winner
Brokeback MountainAng Lee
Nominees
CapoteBennett Miller
CrashPaul Haggis
Good Night, and Good Luck.George Clooney
MunichSteven Spielberg

79th Academy Awards (2006)

Winner
The DepartedMartin Scorsese
Nominees
BabelAlejandro González Iñárritu
Letters from Iwo JimaClint Eastwood
The QueenStephen Frears
United 93Paul Greengrass

80th Academy Awards (2007)

Winner
No Country for Old MenJoel Coen, Ethan Coen
Nominees
The Diving Bell and the ButterflyJulian Schnabel
JunoJason Reitman
Michael ClaytonTony Gilroy
There Will Be BloodPaul Thomas Anderson

81st Academy Awards (2008)

Winner
Slumdog MillionaireDanny Boyle
Nominees
The Curious Case of Benjamin ButtonDavid Fincher
Frost/NixonRon Howard
MilkGus Van Sant
The ReaderStephen Daldry

82nd Academy Awards (2009)

Winner
The Hurt LockerKathryn Bigelow
Nominees
AvatarJames Cameron
Inglourious BasterdsQuentin Tarantino
Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by SapphireLee Daniels
Up in the AirJason Reitman

2010s

83rd Academy Awards (2010)

Winner
The King's SpeechTom Hooper
Nominees
Black SwanDarren Aronofsky
The FighterDavid O. Russell
The Social NetworkDavid Fincher
True GritJoel Coen, Ethan Coen

84th Academy Awards (2011)

Winner
The ArtistMichel Hazanavicius
Nominees
The DescendantsAlexander Payne
HugoMartin Scorsese
Midnight in ParisWoody Allen
The Tree of LifeTerrence Malick

85th Academy Awards (2012)

Winner
Life of PiAng Lee
Nominees
AmourMichael Haneke
Beasts of the Southern WildBenh Zeitlin
LincolnSteven Spielberg
Silver Linings PlaybookDavid O. Russell

86th Academy Awards (2013)

Winner
GravityAlfonso Cuarón
Nominees
American HustleDavid O. Russell
NebraskaAlexander Payne
12 Years a SlaveSteve McQueen
The Wolf of Wall StreetMartin Scorsese

87th Academy Awards (2014)

Winner
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)Alejandro González Iñárritu
Nominees
BoyhoodRichard Linklater
FoxcatcherBennett Miller
The Grand Budapest HotelWes Anderson
The Imitation GameMorten Tyldum

88th Academy Awards (2015)

Winner
Alejandro González IñárrituThe Revenant
Nominees
Adam McKayThe Big Short
George MillerMad Max: Fury Road
Lenny AbrahamsonRoom
Tom McCarthySpotlight

89th Academy Awards (2016)

Winner
Damien ChazelleLa La Land
Nominees
Denis VilleneuveArrival
Mel GibsonHacksaw Ridge
Kenneth LonerganManchester by the Sea
Barry JenkinsMoonlight

Notes

  1. "The Academy Board of Judges on merit awards for individual achievements in motion picture arts during the year ending August 1, 1928, unanimously decided that your name should be removed from the competitive classes, and that a special first award be conferred upon you for writing, acting, directing and producing The Circus. The collective accomplishments thus displayed place you in a class by yourself." (Letter from the Academy to Mr. Chaplin, dated February 19, 1929.)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 This is not an official nomination. There were no announcements of nominations, no certificates of nomination or honorable mention, and only the winners were revealed during the awards banquet on April 3, 1930. Though not official nominations, the additional names in each category, according to in-house records, were under consideration by the various boards of judges.
  3. This is not an official nomination. Write-in candidate.

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