troubleshooting Question

SQL Grouping records problem

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JohnMac328Flag for United States of America asked on
DatabasesMicrosoft SQL Server 2008SQL
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I am trying to group records based on the id - it works fine until I need additional filters such as date.  How can I group the records and also display other information.  I included a screenshot to show how it is not displaying correctly - for example I would like the name Marketing to only display once.

Any help is appreciated

SELECT     leadervotes.voteid, SUM(DISTINCT leadervotes.votelevel) AS Expr1, leadervotes.votedate, nominations.astname
FROM         leadervotes INNER JOIN
                      nominations ON leadervotes.voteid = nominations.recordid
GROUP BY leadervotes.voteid, leadervotes.votedate, nominations.astname
HAVING      (leadervotes.votedate > CONVERT(DATETIME, '2013-07-31 00:00:00', 102))
ORDER BY leadervotes.voteid DESC

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