The Art Monk Hall of Fame Campaign

Hall of Fame Voters

The Count:
No: 4 (9 or more prevents induction)
Yes: 20 (36 or more guarantees induction)
Unknown/Maybe: 20

Support for Monk is indicated on a 0-10 scale:
0: Fighting Against Art Monk
1: Definitely No
2: Probably No
3: Likely No
4: Maybe No
5: Unknown
6: Maybe Yes
7: Likely Yes
8: Probably Yes
9: Definitely Yes
10: Fighting For Art Monk

Arizona: Kent Somers, Arizona Republic (7)
Atlanta: Len Pasquarelli, ESPN.com (1)
Baltimore: Scott Garceau, WMAR-TV (9)
Buffalo: Mark Gaughan, Buffalo News (4)
Carolina: Charles Chandler, Charlotte Observer (9)
Chicago: Dan Pompei, Chicago Tribune (5)
Cincinnati: Chick Ludwig, Dayton Daily News (9)
Cleveland: Tony Grossi, Cleveland Plain Dealer (4)
Dallas: Rick Gosselin, Dallas Morning News (3)
Denver: Jeff Legwold, Rocky Mountain News (5)
Detroit: Mike O’Hara, The Detroit News (5)
Green Bay: Cliff Christl, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (0)
Houston: John McClain, Houston Chronicle (6)
Indianapolis: Mike Chappell, Indianapolis Star (7)
Jacksonville: Sam Kouvaris, WJXT-TV (9)
Kansas City: Bob Gretz, KCFX Overland Park, KS (4)
Miami: Edwin Pope, Miami Herald (5)
Minnesota: Sid Hartman, The Minneapolis Star-Tribune (6)
New England: Ron Borges, Boston Globe (3)
New Orleans: Peter Finney, Times-Picayune (5)
New York (Giants): Vinny DiTrani, Bergen Record (5)
New York (Jets): Paul Zimmerman, Sports Illustrated (9)
Oakland: Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange (8)
Philadelphia: Paul Domowitch, Philadelphia Daily News (4)
Pittsburgh: Ed Bouchette, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (6)
St. Louis: Bernie Miklasz, St. Louis Post-Dispatch (10)
San Diego: Jerry Magee, San Diego Union Tribune (6)
San Francisco: Ira Miller, San Francisco Chronicle (9)
Seattle: Clare Farnsworth, Seattle Post-Intelligencer (5)
Tampa Bay: Ira Kaufman, Tampa Tribune (8)
Tennessee: David Climer, The Tennessean (8)
Washington: David Elfin, Washington Times (10)
PFWA: Charean Williams, Ft. Worth Star Telegram (5)
At Large: Howard Balzer, Sports XChange (6)
At Large: Jarrett Bell, USA Today (7)
At Large: John Clayton, ESPN/ESPN Magazine (9)
At Large: Johh Czarnecki, FoxSports.com (5)
At Large: Nancy Gay, San Francisco Chronicle (9)
At Large: Dave Goldberg, Associated Press (7)
At Large: Peter King, Sports Illustrated (9)
At Large: Bob Oates, Los Angeles Times (7)
At Large: Len Shapiro, Washington Post (10)
At Large: Vito Stellino, Florida Times Union (5)
At Large: Jim Trotter, San Diego Union-Tribune (6)

Information was originally taken from a thread started by Ax on Extremeskins.com in this thread with credit to Bullets Fever who compiled this information.

10 Comments »

  1. Furman Bisher has retired from the committee. Len Pasquarelli is now in the Atlanta spot and his at-large spot has been taken by Howard Balzer of the Sports Xchange.

    Comment by Ben Etkin — September 6, 2006 @ 8:39 pm

  2. Charean Williams has joined the committee according to John Mclain.
    I don’t know who she replaced yet.

    Comment by Ben Etkin — November 17, 2006 @ 10:52 pm

  3. Charean Williams of the Ft.Worth Star Telegram is the new PFW rep. She’s pushing for Irvin.
    Dave Elfin is in the Washington spot,Len Shapiro is now at-large, and Mike Wilbon is gone.
    The Post won’t let its writers vote for halls of fame.
    The new 40th member is Jim Trotter of the San Diego Union-Tribune.

    Comment by Ben Etkin — November 22, 2006 @ 5:05 pm

  4. Everyone should be emailing the unknown to no voters ….especially the idiots from Philly and Dallas!

    Comment by Jeff Wilhelm — January 15, 2007 @ 6:47 pm

  5. Len Pasquarelli and “Dr. Z” are just two old angry white men, and it eats at their craw(s) to see an extremely young, extremely RICH man (Snyder) own the most profitable NFL franchise, buy every coveted free-agent every offseason, have a hot young wife, and just in general have the sort of money/life that neither of them will ever know. It’s envy that has fostered this climate of Snyder (and as a result, REDSKINS) hatred. Apparently it’s OK if you’re OLD and rich, but YOUNG? Hell no.

    Stop taking out your hatred of Snyder on the players… you two are pathetic.

    Comment by Elliott de Luca — February 4, 2007 @ 12:03 pm

  6. How to I get in touch with someone here? I have a few updates on the voters and their thoughts. I dont want to post it here, but would like to contact someone about the above via email.

    Comment by SMH — February 9, 2007 @ 2:24 pm

  7. I know that the “campaign” is kind of over, but some folks still come back here once in a while, and it’s NOT to find ads for porn sites. Please, whoever is administering this site, sweep out the porn links being posted here. I’d really love to be able to see reports from the enshrinement here in August (I’m planning on being there, already have my ticket, plane ticket, rental car, hotel res., etc.) and I’d hate to see you guys close down before then because these unwanted folks are intruding. In the meantime, this blog could serve as a way for those of us who participated in pushing for Mr. Monk and who are planning on going to Canton to communicate. It would be awesome to meet some of you face to face at such a happy event.

    Comment by remember the redskins — June 9, 2008 @ 12:04 pm

  8. Trotter shouldn’t be on the committee. He is biased against white players according to a very prominent former white player.

    Comment by cucamonga — July 22, 2008 @ 4:30 am

  9. Finishing the cork child incest stories on the bed, but she was.

    Comment by incest — November 22, 2008 @ 10:57 pm

  10. Chris Hanburger for the Hall!

    Comment by remember the redskins — November 23, 2008 @ 10:09 am


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