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PRATTVILLE, AL (WSFA) -
At one point, the City of Prattville's Pratt Park was ahead of all the other parks in a national contest by Coca Cola with well over a million votes.
As of 10:00am Tuesday, however, another park had taken the lead and was pulling away.
Prattville took the lead and held it for more than a week, but the people of Newfane, NY. appear to want the $100,000 grand prize to fund their own park project.
While Prattville maintains a comfortable second place rank, with nearly 5 million more votes than the third place park, if it keeps it's current rank, it will only get a $50,000 grant from Coca Cola.
The city wants to build a splash pad near Pratt Pool with the winning money, and is encouraging everyone to vote as often as possible.
If you would like to vote for Pratt Park, you can do so as many times a day as you want by visiting www.voteprattpark.com
If you use the mobile application Four Square, which allows you to check-in to different locations, you can expand your voting power by 100 points each time you log in at Pratt Park.
Prattville still has plenty of time to retake the lead. Voting ends on July 15th.