This page lets you vote for the Official at the Referee's position only.  The following candidates have at least 4 years experience at the Referee's position.  There are two lists below.  Current Referee's and Retired Referee's.  Please look over these list's and send your vote(s) to the chief webmaster at this address:  ref01@hotpop.com or ref01@mailcity.com
You may choose two referee's.  They do not have to be from the same category.  You may find photos of these officials on the Picture Page and find their biographies on the Biographies page.  Please note that all officials will not have their picture and biographies on those two pages.
We will let you know what referee is leading with the most votes.
These officials date back to the first super bowl only. 

 

You may check the vote leaders by clicking the following link:

Current Votes

 

Current NFL Referee's:

Ed Hochuli #85   (Worked Super Bowl 32 and was an alternate referee in Super Bowl 31 and also has been assigned many playoff assignments)
Johnny Grier #23  (Worked one Pro Bowl as Referee and one Super Bowl as Field Judge and has been assigned many playoff assignments)
Gerry Austin #34  (Worked Super Bowl 31 and has been assigned many playoff assignments)
Dick Hantak #105  (Worked Super Bowl 27 and was an alternate referee in Super Bowl 32 and has been assigned many playoff assignments)
Bernie Kukar #86  (Worked Super Bowl 33 and was an alternate referee in Super Bowl 30 and has been assigned many playoff assignments)
Bob McElwee #95   (Worked Super Bowl 28 and is the most veteran referee currently by working his 24 year and has been assigned many playoff assignments)
Larry Nemmers #20  (Worked one Pro Bowl and been assigned many playoff assignments)
Tom White #123  (Has been assigned many playoff assignments)
Mike Carey #94  (Has been assigned many playoff assignments) 
Ron Blum #7  (Has been assigned many playoff assignments)
Walt Coleman #65  (Has been assigned many playoff assignments)

 

Retired Referee's

Jerry Markbreit #9  (Worked Super Bowl's:  17, 21, 26 and 29; which is the most in NFL history, he was assigned playoff contests 20 years out of the 23 he served with the NFL and now he currently is a replay official for the new Instant Replay Technology.  He retired from the field in 1998)
Jim Tunney #32  (Worked Super Bowl's:  6, 11, and 12; which is the second most games in NFL history, he was assigned many playoff assignments during his 31 year career in in the NFL.  He was referred to as "The Dean of NFL Referee's".  He retired in 1991)
Red Cashion #43  (Worked Super Bowl's:  20 and 30.  He was assigned many playoff assignments during his 26 year career in the NFL.  Red was always known for the way he said "First Down".  He retired in 1996)  
Jerry Seeman #70  (Worked Super Bowl's:  23 and 25.  Was assigned many playoff assignments during his career.  Jerry Currently resides as the NFL Director of Officiating)
Howard Roe #33  (Was assigned many playoff assignments during his career.  He retired in 1996)
Dick Jorgenson #60  (Worked Super Bowl 24 and was assigned many playoff assignments before his career suddenly came to an end when he suffered a heart problem and died right after he worked the super bowl 24.  During the following season, all officials paid tribute to Dick, by wearing #60 patches on their left arms)
Pat Haggerty #40   (Worked Super Bowl's 13, 16 and 18, which ties the NFL record with Jim Tunney working three super bowls.  Pat was also assigned many playoff assignments during his career)
Norm Schachter #56   (Worked Super Bowl's: 1, 5 and 10, and also ties the record with Jim Tunney and Pat Haggerty.  He also worked the first Monday Night Football Game and received many playoff assignments in his career)
Bernie Ulman (Worked Super Bowl 9)
Ben Drieth #12  (Worked Super Bowl 15)
Fred Silva #7  (Worked Super Bowl 14)

(Please note that on the "retired referee's" list, there numbers may be in use with a current official)