I wanted to give you an update on the contest. There were problems with some of the links, inadvertently making it challenging to navigate the contest. Still, we’ve done quite well since Friday. We have just two of the original ten DVDs left.
I’ve found the entries interesting so far. Geographically, the entries come from coast to coast and hit election hotspots like Sarasota, Florida and Riverside, California, as well as Texas, New York, Minnesota, Iowa, Oregon and Pennsylvania. The winners include two students, a few voting integrity activists and a number of just plain interested citizens.
I will write about their ideas and suggestions at a later date. Here’s a teaser: a bumper sticker I particularly liked: “Gore 1, Kerry 2”. See if you can top that.
Do at least one of the following:
• Enter a pithy slogan suitable for a bumper sticker describing the mess our elections are currently in
• Tell us what you would do with the DVD
• Give us an idea (or ideas) for how to get the message out to thousands (or even millions) of people at a time about the current election crisis. Be specific! Be creative!
• Make a tax-deductible contribution by credit card, by PayPal, for at least $50
Entries must be received (or postmarked) by midnight, December 17, 2007 so respond quickly.
Email your contest entries to Joan@OpEdNews.com If you use a credit card or PayPal to make a contribution, we will be notified immediately by International Humanities Center, making you eligible to win the DVD.
Good luck! Remember:
Just say “NO!” to secret vote counting!