Project: Line Up!
In Issue 013, we gave you 1,565 reasons to get out and vote. Obviously, we weren't the only ones harping on about getting your civic duty on-the messages were everywhere. So, we want to see the fruits of everybody's labor. GOOD is for people who give a damn. People who vote, ostensibly, give a damn...
In Issue 013, we gave you 1,565 reasons to get out and vote. Obviously, we weren't the only ones harping on about getting your civic duty on-the messages were everywhere. So, we want to see the fruits of everybody's labor.GOOD is for people who give a damn. People who vote, ostensibly, give a damn. And people who vote-according to the pundits and reports from early voting-are going to spend some time tomorrow standing in line.Need some entertainment while you wait to have your voice heard? Send us a photo of the line at your polling place (with your name, city and state, and approximate time). That way we can keep an eagle-eye view on voter turnout across the country. Email it all to projects[at]goodmagazine[dot]com and we'll publish them here.Our higher-ups have spoken. We get our "vote hour." Show us how you're spending yours-and who all you're spending it with. We want to see lines people!Photo from Flickr user boxercab
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