A billboard and street art campaign using jarring imagery to get out the vote has posted more than 200 anti-Trump billboards and thousands of street art posters in battleground cities across the United States.
Award-winning artists created unique works that focused on some of Trump’s most offensive actions like gassing peaceful protesters for a photo op and failed leadership on issues like the Coronavirus pandemic, family separation, putting migrant children in cages, inciting police brutality, and racism.
…“Some 40% of voters aren’t reached by the usual political advertising and many of these voters are in communities that are underrepresented at the polls”…
The campaign is organized by Robin Bell, known for his video projections on the Trump Hotel in DC, and Scott Goodstein, a veteran of the Obama 2008 and Sanders 2016 campaigns.
Scott (picture) told WEEKENDER, “Some 40% of voters aren’t reached by the usual political advertising and many of these voters are in communities that are underrepresented at the polls. We are generating enthusiasm and are excited to take this groundbreaking program to the neighborhoods where voter turnout can make the difference in this election.”
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