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Tips from last year's pundit contest winner

With our second season of America's Next Great Pundit underway, we thought it was a good time to check in with last year's contest winner. Kevin Huffman still works at Teach for America, but he's also carved out more time for writing, plans to launch a blog this fall and reports that he's in conversations with some major national publications about writing a regular column. Watch the video to get Huffman's thoughts on his ANGP experience and his tips for contestants competing in this year's challenges.


Think you might want to enter? Go to the 2010 contest page. You can also check out the incoming entries we've featured so far.

And for more from Kevin Huffman, see the columns and blog posts he wrote for The Post this year.

By America's Next Great Pundit  | September 23, 2010; 1:41 PM ET
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to KEVIN,

on behalf of our county Tea Party group,let me offer our congratulations!

BEST WISHES!

yours, TN46
coordinator, CCTPP

Posted by: texasnative46 | September 23, 2010 5:07 PM | Report abuse

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