While teens are certainly the demographic filling out the most ballots, adults have been submitting ballots at each location to voice their opinions on the topics at hand. In the race for favorite type of movie, adults have comedy in the lead followed closely by drama. Westerns and musicals are getting very low numbers, and [...]
The Davenport area teens have been voting like crazy, and the elections for favorite things are swinging wildly in new directions. Anime has taken the lead for favorite type of movie, garnering three times as many votes as any other category. Fantasy and science fiction are holding steady for favorite type of book, with graphic [...]
Hundreds of ballots have been coming in at all three of the Davenport Public Library locations. Ballots can be turned in through March 3, and remember, in this election you can vote more than once. Here are some updates on the results: Kids’ Votes “Fly on the Wall” by Miley Cyrus has taken the lead as [...]
Ballots have been coming in from all three libraries, and the scales are starting to tip in some of the campaigns. Among adult voters, horror movies are ahead by a landslide at the Fairmount Branch, while comedies are slightly ahead at Eastern. No clear leader yet among the voters at the Main Library. Mystery and crime [...]
The first results from Day One of the Red, White, and Read Winter Reading Program are in! To see the results, go to the Election Results tab above. On the teen front, it is still too early in the game to make any predictions about how this election will end. Early results from the adult [...]
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Red, White, and Read is the 2012 Winter Reading Program. Adults, teens, and children can all participate and enter in a drawing for e-readers. You can participate in the reading program by taking and filling out a ballot each time you check out materials from the library. If you come to a library program you [...]