A series of posters uses design to push people into action on election day

Many people love talking about the elections and their candidate of choice while not acting upon their opinions and feelings. Recent presidential elections have seen a bleak percentage of eligible voters actually voting. Over and over again, less than half of the population forego their civic duty to participate and let their voices go unheard. As a way to showcase the reasons to vote and get more people to fill out the ballot, the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) started a design campaign called Get Out The Vote.

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