Voting

 These  Animations, PSA's and Radio Spots are open-source, can be freely downloaded and used by individuals and organizations aligned with our Mission.   Attribution to Why Facts Matters Collective and tagged #WhyFactsMatter are appreciated.

 

UNDER THE WEATHER

An animation by Tony Kay, merging the idea of the stress of global warming with that of the Pandemic, reflecting how important it is to VOTE  to address these important issues. 30 seconds.

 

DON'T GAMBLE ON YOUR FUTURE

VOTE

Michel Bohbot and Cordell Brown from  BCC developed this 30 seconds animation.

MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD

VOTE BY MAIL

Developed by Molly Rosenthal through a class at Berkeley City College

One Vote - Get Out the Vote

6 minutes  4 second

GIANTS

Developed by Gene Manaio through a class at Berkeley City College

Get Out The Vote PSA's
Vote buttons on flag

Voting  Matters

10 seconds

Protest Non -Violently  VOTE_#1

10 seconds

Protest Non -Violently  VOTE_#2

10 seconds

The Presidency  Requires

10 seconds

Protest Non -Violently  VOTE_#3

10 seconds

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Get-Out-The-Vote

(GOTV)  Radio Spots

Radio spots are open-source, available for free download, and use for projects aligned with our Mission. Attribution to Why Facts Matter Collective

and tagging #WhyFactsMatter appreciated.  


Audio files: MP3 format unless otherwise indicated.  
EN=English   SP=Spanish   CN=Chinese

I Don't Vote 

Clips from One-Vote Film
by Donald Goldmacher
Length: 60-Seconds

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EN

When Americans work together, we win.
Length: 90-Seconds

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Clips from One-Vote Film
by Donald Goldmacher
Length: 60-Seconds

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EN,

Why do we Vote?
Length: 90-Seconds

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EN & SP

SP

Your kids' future depends on your vote. 
Make it Count!
Length: 60-Seconds

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EN, CN

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Our materials are open-source, non-partisan,and can be freely used.   

Attribution and tagging #WhyFactsMatter is appreciated