Kára McCullough of D.C. is stumping for your vote, and you can cast 10 ballots a day. If she wins, she’s guaranteed a spot in the Miss Universe pageant semifinals.

Also known as Miss USA, McCullough is one of a record 92 entrants at the pageant being aired Sunday from Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.

(Kára is not to be confused with Cara Mund of North Dakota, who was crowned Miss America on Sept. 10, 2017. She’ll be in the rival Miss World contest.)

Jamie LeeLo of elitedaily.com wrote of the Miss Universe winner’s package, including a yearlong salary.

“The winner will also take home ‘luxury accommodations in a New York City apartment for the duration of her reign, including living expenses,’ and material items like a shoe wardrobe, a personalized face chart for makeup, and a modeling portfolio, just to name a few perks,” said LeeLeo a comedian, who added: “Ya know, I don’t know what a personalized face chart is, but I know I want one.”

LeeLo’s profile says “she spends most of her time hanging out on the street waiting for ice cream and taco trucks to drive by,” so isn’t a likely pageant contestant.

In any case, you can vote for McCullough until 10 a.m. Pacific time Saturday. The pageant, hosted by Steve Harvey and Ashley Graham, will air Sunday night on Fox.

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