Show Your Support: How Can I Vote for Nicholas David on NBC's "The Voice"?

Nicholas David, a former Eagan resident and contestant on NBC's "The Voice" is slated to perform on Monday. Here's how you can cast your vote to ensure he remains in the competition.

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Thanks to his soulful voice and eccentric personality, Nicholas Mrozinski has already survived several elimination rounds on NBC's "The Voice", a nationally televised singing competition.

But Mrozinski, a former Eagan resident who graduated from Eagan High School, needs your help. The artist, who goes by the stage name Nicholas David on the show, is one of 10 remaining contestants on The Voice. Each week, two singers receiving the least amount of votes from the viewing audience are eliminated from the competition.

A fan of Mrozinski? Want to support a hometown singer as he aspires to greater heights?

Watch "The Voice" on NBC at 7 p.m. for Mrozinski's latest performance. Or, better yet, attend a viewing party hosted by Eagan Patch and Ansari's Mediterranean Grill in Eagan from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Monday.

Then, when the show ends, vote as many as 10 times per artist via toll-free phone calls, through online votes, through Sprint SMS text messaging service or by purchasing the artist's then-eligible song through iTunes.

Toll-Free Calls

Each of the artists remaining on the show is assigned his or her own toll-free number, which is displayed during the show following each artists' performance. You may vote via toll-free phone call up to 10 times per artist per originating phone number in each voting period.


Visit NBC.com using your personal computer, or download the Zeebox app, NBC app or The Voice Live Facebook app onto your tablet or smartphone. For online voting, select the artist for whom you wish to vote. If you vote correctly, you will get a message on your screen thanking you for voting. You may vote online up to 10 times per artist per email address in each voting period.

If you wish to vote via Facebook, log into your account and go to the official Voice Facebook page where you’ll find The Voice Live Facebook application.

You must be 13 years or older to vote online. To vote online, you will need to provide your e-mail address, confirm you are 13 years of age or older, and confirm your acceptance of the voting terms and conditions.


To vote for an artist during an episode's applicable voting period, click to download the song(s) he or she performed in competition in that episode. Each such purchase will count as one vote for that artist, up to 10 copies maximum per artist per account in each voting period.

If any of an artists' eligible songs from the live performances (airing beginning November 12, 2012) are in the top 10 of the iTunes "Top 200 Singles Chart" at the close of that episode's voting window, that artist will receive an "iTunes Bonus," which multiplies the artist's iTunes votes by a factor of 10. There will be no iTunes Bonus available to the artists in connection with voting for the finale.

Sprint SMS Text Messaging

SMS (text message) voting is available to Sprint mobile customers only. Each of the artists will be assigned his or her own keyword (e.g., 1, 2, 3, etc.) during the show. To vote, watch The Voice on NBC and at the end of the show, and during the applicable voting window, if you are a Sprint mobile subscriber, text the keyword of the artist(s) for whom you wish to vote to the short code 8642.

Click here for additional voting rules and information.

maggie O November 26, 2012 at 10:39 PM
sandie chow December 03, 2012 at 02:33 AM
Go Nicholas and thank you for being a great role model for other aspiring talent! It shows them good people don't always finish last.
sue ormuz December 15, 2012 at 10:56 PM
I wouldn't watch if it wasn't for Nicholas. Phenomenal!!!!!!
pe bussert December 18, 2012 at 01:54 AM
Awesome!!! The only reason we tune in. Go Nick.
pe bussert December 18, 2012 at 01:55 AM
Go Nick!!! You are only reason we tune in.


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