TIME magazine is currently polling for who should be its Person of the Year in 2015, with a wide selection of world leaders, entertainment luminaries, and business giants. With so many momentous stories in news, business, and entertainment this year, the people's choice for TIME magazine Person of the Year 2015 is sure to be someone who made a tremendous impact on the news.
As with all other years, TIME's Person of the Year for 2015 isn't necessarily the best person. After all, this is a title Adolf Hitler received multiple times. Instead, this title goes to the most newsworthy person, someone who made the news orbit around them and set the tone for everyone else. This is a person who dominated the headlines, for better or worse, and without whom 2015 would be inconceivable.Here's your chance to vote up the people you think should be the TIME Person of the Year in 2015, or vote down the notable individuals you think aren't worthy.
voting closed at #1
Paris Attack VictimsThe world rallied in their memory after the terrorism acts that killed them.
voting closed at #2International Monetary Fund head.
voting closed at #3CEO of Apple, continuing the legacy of Steve Jobs.
voting closed at #4CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX, revolutionizing automotive and space travel.
voting closed at #5
The World War II VeteranDwindling in numbers, these members of the Greatest Generation are still showing greatness 70 years after the war's end.
voting closed at #6Prime Minister of India.
voting closed at #7Priemier of China.
voting closed at #8Prime Minister of France, dealing with the fallout of the November Paris attacks.
voting closed at #9NFL Commissioner, seen as the most powerful person in sports.
voting closed at #10CBS late-night host whose show is a must for political candidates.
voting closed at #11First African-American principal dancer of the American Ballet Theatre.
voting closed at #12President of Iran and key figure in the Iran nuclear deal.
voting closed at #13Tennis star who won all four majors in 2015.
voting closed at #14New President of Nigeria, who turned the tide against Boko Haram.
voting closed at #15President of Russia, and one of the world's chief geopolitical antagonists.
voting closed at #16Newly-appointed Google CEO.
voting closed at #17Salesforce CEO and crusader for equal pay in the tech industry.
voting closed at #18
Charles and David KochInfluential Republican donors and kingmakers.
voting closed at #19Emmy-winning star of "How to Get Away With Murder."
voting closed at #20Embattled Planned Parenthood CEO.
voting closed at #21Harry Potter author who announced the newest story in the saga, a two-part Harry Potter play.
voting closed at #22Syrian president and leading figure in the Syrian Civil War.
voting closed at #23Univision anchor who clashed with Donald Trump.
voting closed at #25Young Pakistani human rights advocate.