Tag: voting

Interview: #GoVote Artist Jamie Huntsman

HeadCount’s art director Jamie Huntsman jumped at the chance to create #GoVote artwork for the Dave Matthews Band tour. The result was a memorable piece that reminds us to “Eat Local. Shop Local. Vote Local.”

Posted in Food and Farm Policy, #GoVote artist interviews

The Facts About “Dropoff Voters”

Do you vote in the Presidential Election, but not again for another four years? You’re not alone.

Posted in HeadCount Community

Interview: #GoVote Artist Gwen AP

“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

Posted in #GoVote artist interviews

Interview: #GoVote Artist Tripp Shealy

“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

Posted in Interviews, #GoVote artist interviews

Interview: #GoVote Artist David Welker

“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

Posted in Interviews, #GoVote artist interviews

Maya Angelou: Poet, Activist, Voter

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

Posted in Voting Rights

Two Tiers No More: All Voters Must Prove Citizenship in AZ and KS

Two-tiered voting is out. But proof of citizenship for registration is in.

Why Not?! An Unscientific Study of Voter (Dis)engagement

Why don’t young people want to vote? Our Festival Coordinator Pat Daley brings us the results of his unscientific survey at a midsummer festival.

Millennials Won’t Wait for a Seat to Take a Stand

Will Millennials fix America’s broken political system?

Posted in Politics and Elections, Personal Liberty

Inside the Shutdown: Week 3 – The End is Nigh (Supposedly)!

Our D.C. team leader updates us on what it’s like to be furloughed, waiting, and unsure of what comes next, and calls on Americans to take on the responsibility of electing representatives that won’t let this happen again.