With voting in the Sweet 16 of TallyMadness ending tonight, several interesting scenarios are developing.
#1 seed Jon Johnson of Blanton & Johnson is in danger of being bounced from the tourney as he trails #4 seed Katie Webb of Colodny Fass, 47% to 53%.
Johnson’s partner, #4 seed Travis Blanton, has pulled ahead of #1 seed Nick Iarossi of Capital City Consulting, 53% to 47%.
In one of the closest match-ups, #8 seed Jim Magill of Fowler White Boggs is edging out Mercer Fearington of Southern Strategy Group, 51% to 49%. Another 51% to 49% match-up is between #2 seed Chris Dudley of Southern Strategy Group and Cinderella-story Ron Pierce of RSA Consulting.
#10 seed Scott Ross of Floridian Partners has a healthy lead over #11 Sean Pittman, but Pittman’s still within shooting distance. Gus Corbella of Greenberg Traurig looks like a lock to return to the Elite Eight as the clock appears to have struck midnight for #16 Alan Suskey of Capitol Insight.
In the match-up receiving the most votes, Holland & Knight’s Mark Delegal looks like he’s going to put away defending co-champ Monica Rodriguez of Ballard Partners.
And in the oddest match-up of the Sweet 16, Richard Reeves in on the cusp of knocking off his boss at Capitol Insight, former Speaker of the House Dean Cannon.
Voting in the Sweet 16 of TallyMadness ends tonight.