My Voice, My Art, Our Cause Artivism Contest: Visit the Voting Booth – Nov 8
Posted by Common Cause on October 26, 2021
This summer, the My Voice, My Art, Our Cause Artivism Contest encouraged young artivists to raise their voices on democracy issues through their creativity. We received over 20 qualifying submissions and voting is now open! Each piece of art was submitted by a young artivist and reflects their perspective of the changes needed for them to live in a country that reflects their values. The contest is divided into three age categories and you may vote once per day in each age group. All of the art submissions are focused on one of the following democracy issues areas or themes:
Access to Voting, Media Reform, Campaign Finance Reform, Fair and Equitable Courts, Fighting Against Gerrymandering, Free Speech and Freedom to Protest, Criminal Justice Reform, 50th Anniversary of Common Cause, 50th Anniversary of the 26th Amendment (Voting Age)
How To Vote
Voting is open now until 11:59 PM PT on November 8, 2021. Winners will be announced on November 12, 2021. Again, you may vote one time per day, per age category for the duration of the voting period.
You can vote for your favorite pieces of art by visiting the Artivism Voting Booth.
Please feel free to share any of the graphics on your social media accounts and use our contest caption and hashtags to increase voter participation in the contest:
The My Voice, My Art, Our Cause Artivism Contest encouraged young artivists to raise their voices on democracy issues through their creativity. Now it’s time to vote! Visit our Artivism Voting Booth to vote for your favorite pieces daily! #voteforart #democracyartivism #myart #ourcause
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