Mindy Kaling? Troian Bellisario? Who Would You Add To The Emmy Ballot?

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Whether you love them or hate them, the 2014 Emmy nominations have finally been announced!

Perennial nominees like Game of Thrones, Modern Family, and Veep were joined by wide-eyed newcomers Fargo, Orange is the New Black, and True Detective.

While the extensive list of nominees means we’ll be making some really tough choices while filling out this year’s office Emmy ballot, we also can’t help but wish we could add a few more names to the mix. After all, as with every year, the nominations tend to prompt conflicting emotions. For example…

Kerry Washington and Amy Poehler were nominated. Yay!

Bellamy Young and Elisabeth Moss weren’t. Boo.

Lizzy Caplan and Taylor Schilling joined Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson as first time nominees!

Kerri Russell, James Spader, and Mindy Kaling unfortunately remained standing during this year’s round of Emmy musical chairs. (To her credit, Mindy handled her omission like a pro. Check out her tweet below.)

You’ve already told us who you think deserves an Emmy nomination, but now that the official nominees have been announced, we want to know who you would add to the ballot. Would it be a critical darling like Orphan Black’s Tatiana Maslany, who everyone expected would earn a nomination, or a fan favorite long-overdue for some recognition, like The Vampire Diaries’ Nina Dobrev (or, maybe you’re more partial to her co-stars Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley), or Pretty Little Liars’ Troian Bellisario?

Who would you add to the Emmy ballot? Make your case below!


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