Dish Awards: The Face Of 2014

Andrew Sullivan —  Dec 30 2014 @ 11:19am

According to the polls, nearly 20% of Dish readers think this Yezidi child, who narrowly escaped ISIS in August, should be our Face Of The Year:

Yezidis trapped in the Sinjar mountains arrive in Syria's Haseki

And almost 14% of readers have chosen this young Ferguson protester instead:

Outrage In Missouri Town After Police Shooting Of 18-Yr-Old Man

But veering away from this year’s big news stories, more than 25% of you seem to agree that the year’s best face is this scene-stealing camel:

Disagree? Cast your vote for any of the above or the other seven candidates here. Then, continue on to our other polls for the 2014 Malkin Award, Hathos Alert, Poseur Alert, and Yglesias Award. Voting also remains open for the year’s best Chart, Mental Health Break and View From Your Window, as well as the 2014’s Coolest Ad, and for the first time ever, Map Of The Year and Beard Of The Year! Our polls will close Wednesday at midnight, so have at it:

Please note: due to there not being enough nominees this year, we will not be issuing a 2014 Hewitt Award, Moore Award, or Dick Morris Award. Learn more about all our awards here. The top two photos in this post are from Getty.