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“Voices of America” contest – American’s telling Washington how to fix our country’s fiscal crisis!

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

Chris recently entered a video into the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget’s “Voices of America” contest, and we are proud to say that his video was one of 2 runners up to the 2 winners out of a large field of entries from all across the country.  The video was premiered at a major event in Washington D.C. – America’s Fiscal Choices at a Crossroad: The Human Side of the Fiscal Crisis.  The event was to increase the focus of the policy community, the media, and the American people on the human side of our fiscal crisis.

Enter “Voices of America” video contest!

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

The Committee For a Responsible Federal Budget has announced the launch of the “Voices of America” video contest for people across the country to tell the budget experts in Washington D.C. their ideas on ways to fix America’s fiscal house!  The goal of the contest is to broaden the national conversation over our national debt problem.  The U.S. government’s debt just topped $14trillion dollars – it’s at its highest point since the ending of WWII. 

The top two winners will receive $1000 each and the top ten videos will be posted on the CRFB’s website.  I’m definitely entering this contest and encourage all of you to do the same and voice your opinions and ideas to fix this huge problem.  To enter the contest, click here.