Allied Pixel is proud to serve as the production partner for Vision2020Votes, a national, nonpartisan effort to get more women than ever registered and voting in the 2020 elections.
In their own words:
“There’s no better way to increase the power of women’s voices in decisions that affect society, and to honor the suffragists who won the fight for women’s right to vote 100 years ago.
Why do so many people who have registered, signaling their intention to vote, not carry through? In too many cases, life gets in the way. They’re busy, miss the mail-in deadline, don’t know where to go, don’t have transportation, don’t have a babysitter, etc.
People who intend to vote are far more likely to overcome these barriers if they join a team of people they know who all commit to voting, make a plan to vote, and are encouraged, rewarded and reminded at key points along the way.”
Vision2020Votes is an initiative of Vision 2020, a national women’s equality coalition headquartered at Drexel University’s Institute for Women’s Health and Leadership.
We shot this public service announcement in a day. Allied Pixel’s Ava Sullivan directed and Dan Mendenhall was cinematographer.
I truly appreciate the opportunity to help support our democracy.
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