Of the many, many awards named after Dragons there is also the DragonCon Dragon Awards and their 2020 ballot has been announced as scheduled in the first full week of August (discounting the first full week of August as a practice week).
The ballot is…interesting. https://www.dragoncon.org/awards/2020-dragon-award-ballot/
It’s a very Septembery ballot, or at least that’s my impression so far looking at a couple of categories (i.e. lots of books from September last year). It also looks to have a lot more overlap with other awards than previous years. The category that looks most like previous iterations of the Dragons is Best Military Science Fiction/Fantasy. In the headline Best SF category there are a lot of books from Tor, which in itself is unsurprising because Tor publishes a lot of SF books but is notable in the whole Dragons/Puppy/Tor-v-Baen context of the Dragons in their initial year (2016).
Looking at gender, of the 14 finalists in the Best SF and Best Fantasy categories, I count 9 women and 5 men (no non-binary authors that I’m aware of). For comparison, in 2019 the count for those categories was 12 authors (James S Corey being two people) split 5 women to 7 men (or 5 to 6 if we count Corey as 1 meta-person). This is accords with a general trend in the Dragon Awards away from being a heavily male dominated award.
More analysis to come. I’m still tabulating and looking for reactions.
ETA: The interesting new player in the ballot is Aethon Books which has two works in MilSF. Aethon is an independent set-up by Rhett C Bruno and Steve Beaulieu [https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/aethonbooks/aethon-books-the-launch-of-a-sci-fi-and-fantasy-pu ]. Readers here will remember Rhett C Bruno from the 2019 Nebulas https://camestrosfelapton.wordpress.com/2019/02/28/nebula-shorts-rhett-c-bruno-interview-for-the-end-of-the-world/
 Gender based on pronouns in Goodreads and Wikipedia bios.