Over the next two weeks Ron Paul supporters around the world will participate in an exciting and challenging event — Stump for Paul in Iowa YouTube Video Speech Contest.
Contestants will produce a two-minute video of a speech which would be appropriate to give at an Iowa caucus in support of Ron Paul.
Sometime before December 15 at 11:59 PM contestants must (1) upload their video entry to YouTube and (2) submit their entry to the administrator.
Entries will be judged on content, delivery, and camera work/sound/appearance/background. Judges include Thomas E. Woods and John Dennis.
Jun Dam, administrator of Stump for Paul in Iowa YouTube Video Speech Contest, explains, “These videos will serve to encourage and inspire others to deliver stump speeches at the January 3, 2012 Iowa caucus. If we get Ron Paul supporters from Iowa and elsewhere to deliver moving and powerful speeches all across Iowa we can give Ron Paul a boost and push him over the top for victory.”
Prizes for this contest total $1100. All entries will receive two Ron Paul bumper stickers.
More details on the contest, including a complete list of the official rules, can be found here.
Stump for Paul in Iowa YouTube Video Speech Contest