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Emmy Awards Nomination Ballots Posted Online Monday

The TV Academy's 15,000 members have until June 28 to cast their votes for Emmy nominations

Ladies and gentlemen of the Television Academy, start your nominating.

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences posted its nomination ballots on its website Monday, kicking off the long journey to September's Emmy Awards.

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All 15,000 of the Academy's members are eligible to vote for the Best Program categories (e.g.,, Outstanding Drama Series; Comedy Series; Miniseries or Made for Television Movie), with the shows that amass the most amount of votes receiving nominations.

The ballots are due back June 28, with nominations being announced on July 19 from the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre.

The 64th Primetime Emmys will air Sept. 23 on ABC.