Bluegrass Institute president Jim Waters has advanced to the semifinals of Think Freely Media’s 2014 Great Communicators Tournament with his video about the Institute’s Intrastate Coal and Use Act. Watch it here.
Jim is the only Kentuckian in the semifinal round and needs our help to move on and win the $10,000 prize being awarded to the winner of this year’s Great Communicator contest.
Here’s how you can help: Since the winner of this contest will be determined by online voting, please watch the short video here (it’s less than 3 minutes) and then click “VOTE FOR THIS VIDEO” button just underneath the video. Also, the site makes it easy for you to share it on your Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Many of you have heard Jim speak on the free-market principles and policies that are vitally important to all of us who care about the future of our country and commonwealth. Now, we have the opportunity to gain more national attention for the Bluegrass Institute and a movement to rein in the EPA’s regulation of Kentucky coal.
By voting for Jim’s video and passing it on to your network of liberty-loving Kentuckians and asking them to vote and pass it on, you could help the Bluegrass Institute get some great national attention at this year’s State Policy Network Annual Meeting in Denver, Col, in late September.
Since the finalists will be determined entirely by online voting results, would you consider voting for Jim’s video here? Voting will be open until midnight on Sept. 2. Voters are allowed to cast a vote each and every day between now and the conclusion of voting on Sept. 2 at midnight.
This is a great opportunity for the Bluegrass Institute, Kentucky’s coal industry and our president, Jim Waters! Your vote could make a difference!