What does libertarianism mean to you? Tweet and win $500!
Happy Independence Day from Libertarianism.org and the Cato Institute! What better time than the Fourth of July to think about individual liberty, limited government, free markets, and the foundational role they have played in our nation’s history? In honor of America’s birthday, Libertarianism.org is sponsoring a Twitter contest; tweet the best short description of libertarianism and you could win up to $500!
From now through Sunday night, tweet your original definition of libertarianism at us using #LibertyIn140. We’ll be picking our three favorites to share with you on Monday.
Got more than one pithy portrayal in mind? You can tweet as many as you can think of. (Of course, you can only win once.)
First place will earn $500, second place gets $300, and third wins $100. We may even use your winning phrase in promotional materials.
In order to qualify, make sure you’re following both @libertarianism and @CatoInstitute on Twitter and keep your eyes peeled for new messages; if you win, we’ll DM you from one of those accounts.
(Tweet storms, Twitlongers, private Twitter accounts, and tweets containing vulgarity will be disqualified.)
So, what does libertarianism mean to you?