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Interview: #GoVote Artist AJ Masthay

By Sarah Madigan on July 28, 2014

On the strength of amazing and varied artwork, AJ Masthay has vaulted himself to the top of the rock poster game. His contribution to the #GoVote art series blew us all away.

Interview: #GoVote Artist Gwen AP

By Sarah Madigan on July 21, 2014

“The more we tend to our world and make it a point to help take care of one another, the better off we will all be.” – #GoVote Artist Gwen AP

Interview: #GoVote Artist Tripp Shealy

By Sarah Madigan on July 14, 2014

“I definitely believe in the power of voting… I think a lot of people have the right idea but don’t realize we have to take action to make things happen!” – Tripp Shealy

Students Battle NC Voting Laws

By Sarah Madigan on July 10, 2014

North Carolina students are using a never-before-seen defense to battle obstructions to youth voting.

Interview: #GoVote Artist David Welker

By Sarah Madigan on July 7, 2014

“It sometimes seems like factions in this country would like to take us back to the dark ages, but younger voters are looking for true cultural progress.” – David Welker

50 Years After Freedom Summer, Voting Rights Still Center Stage

By Sarah Madigan on June 26, 2014

50 years ago, Freedom Summer laid the groundwork for the Voting Rights Act. One year ago, the VRA was weakened. Now, a new act looks to restore its power.

HeadCount Going On the Run with JAY Z and Beyoncé

By Sarah Madigan on June 23, 2014

HeadCount is going “On the Run” with Beyoncé and JAY Z this summer — registering tons of voters and showing off some new #GoVote artwork from tattoo artist Luke Wessman.

HeadCount’s 10th Birthday Bash

By Sarah Madigan on June 5, 2014

On June 4, 2014, about 800 supporters, benefactors, volunteers, and lovers of great live music celebrated HeadCount’s tenth anniversary with a benefit at the Brooklyn Bowl.

Maya Angelou: Poet, Activist, Voter

By Sarah Madigan on May 29, 2014

“So don’t sit on the sidelines. Don’t hesitate. Don’t have any regrets. Vote.” -Maya Angelou