Tom's 34th Annual Oscar Contest: 2017 Number of ballots: 40
First Place Prize: Todd Heimarck (118 points)
2017 scoreboard
Tom's 33rd Annual Oscar Contest: 2016 Number of ballots: 43
First Place Prize: Todd Heimarck (95 points)
2016 scoreboard
Tom's 32nd Annual Oscar Contest: 2015 Number of ballots: 46
First Place Prize: Rebecca Willingham (116 points, earlier ballot)
2015 scoreboard
Tom's 31st Annual Oscar Contest: 2014 Number of ballots: 45
First Place Prize: Christopher Null (129 points)
2014 scoreboard
Tom's 30th Annual Oscar Contest: 2013 Number of ballots: 41
First Place Prize: Denny Atkin (122 points)
2013 scoreboard
Tom's 29th Annual Oscar Contest: 2012 Number of ballots: 38
First Place: Denny Atkin (118 points)
2012 scoreboard
Tom's 28th Annual Oscar Contest: 2011 Number of ballots: 44
First Place Prize: David English (120 points)
2011 scoreboard
Tom's 27th Annual Oscar Contest: 2010 Number of ballots: 41
First Place Prize: Marcia Diefendorff (119 points)
2010 scoreboard
Tom's 26th Annual Oscar Contest: 2009 Number of ballots: 34
First Place Prize: Caroline Lock (124 points)
2009 scoreboard
Tom's 25th Annual Oscar Contest: 2008 Number of ballots: 35
First Place Prize: Lance Elko (102 points)
2008 scoreboard
Tom's 24th Annual Oscar Contest: 2007 Number of ballots: 43
First Place Prize: Bryan Farmer (104 points)
2007 scoreboard
Tom's 23rd Annual Oscar Contest: 2006 Number of ballots: 36
First Place Prize: Robert Lock (113 points)
2006 scoreboard
Tom's 22nd Annual Oscar Contest: 2005 Number of ballots: 43
First Place Prize (tie): Richard Mansfield (119 points)
2005 scoreboard
Tom's 21st Annual Oscar Contest: 2004 Number of ballots: 36
First Place Prize: Richard Mansfield (125 points)
2004 scoreboard
Tom's 20th Annual Oscar Contest: 2003 Number of ballots: 35
First Place Prize: Richard Mansfield (2 ballots, 84 points)
2003 scoreboard
Tom's 19th Annual Oscar Contest: 2002 Number of ballots: 43
First Place Prize: Richard Mansfield (91 points)
2002 scoreboard
Tom's 18th Annual Oscar Contest: 2001 Number of ballots: 33
First Place Prize: Todd Heimarck (100 points) Tom's 17th Annual Oscar Contest: 2000 Number of ballots: 34
First Place Prize: Selby Bateman (113 points)
Tom's 16th Annual Oscar Contest: 1999 Number of ballots: 32
First Place Prize: Richard Mansfield (98 points) Tom's 15th Annual Oscar Contest: 1998 Number of ballots: 28
First Place Prize: Christopher Null (118 points) Tom's 14th Annual Oscar Contest: 1997 Number of ballots: 27
First Place Prize: Leslie Mizell (110 points)
Tom's 13th Annual Oscar Contest: 1996 Number of ballots: 37
First Place Prize: Leslie Mizell (102 points)
Tom's 12th Annual Oscar Contest: 1995 Number of ballots: 44
First Place Prize: Selby Bateman (111 points) Tom's 11th Annual Oscar Contest: 1994 Number of ballots: 44
First Place (ineligible to win): Computer Smarty** (111 points) Tom's 10th Annual Oscar Contest: 1993 Number of ballots: 56
First Place (ineligible to win): Computer Average* (111 points) Tom's 9th Annual Oscar Contest: 1992 Number of ballots: 26
First Place (ineligible to win): Computer Average* (98 points)
Tom's 8th Annual Oscar Contest: 1991 Number of ballots: 37
First Place Prize: Tim Midkiff (95 points) Tom's 7th Annual Oscar Contest: 1990 Number of ballots: 36
First Place Prize: Leslie Mizell (96 points) Tom's 6th Annual Oscar Contest: 1989 Number of ballots: 24
First Place Prize: Ronny Welborn (86 points) Sorry, records are not available for earlier contests (1984-88).
**Computer Smarty was a computer-generated contestant created by Tom's OscarCalc program. It represented a mode average of the human contestants, but during the contest it modified its ballot to represent the mode average of the contest's leaders. This virtual contestant was retired after the 1998 contest. ***Computer Booby is a more recent computer-generated contestant created by Tom's OscarCalc program. The first year it entered was 1999. It represents an inverse mode average of the ballots entered by the human contestants. ****Computer Random is another computer-generated contestant created by Tom's OscarCalc program. The first year it entered was 1999. It chooses nominees at random. |