Monday, November 5, 2012

Election Prediction Contest: Win Books that Advance Liberty, Knowledge of Free Markets

Election Prediction Contest

 

Win Books that Advance Liberty, Knowledge of Free Markets

 

The Heartland Institute is giving away free-market, liberty-centric books to those who can correctly predict Tuesday's presidential election results in the comments at our blog, Somewhat Reasonable.

 

 

Click here to play!

 

 

The five closest predictions of:

 

  • the popular vote receive a copy of The Patriot’s Tool Box, a 10-chapter guide to restoring free-market principles to the federal government.

 

 

And the single individual who gets closest to both gets copies of the two books above, plus Roosters of the Apocalypse, a book by Rael Isaac about the psychology of climate alarmism, and these two posters of history’s champions of freedom.

 

The individual who most correctly predicts an Obama victory in both the electoral college and the popular vote get all of the above — plus these two books, which will still be must-reads: Democracy Denied: How Obama is Ignoring You and Bypassing Congress to Radically Transform America – and How to Stop Him by Phil Kerpen, and The Obamacare Disaster by Heartland Senior Fellow Peter Ferrara.

 

A typical entry would look like this:

 

  • Popular vote: Romney 52, Obama 47
  • Electoral vote: Romney 272, Obama 266

 

Get in on the action in the comments at this post at Heartland's blog, Somewhat Reasonable! Contest ends when the polls close on the East Coast.


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