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 County Launches Vote Safer Student Art Project

Students with an interest in art and graphic design are invited to participate in the San Diego County Registrar of Voters #VoteSaferSD public service announcement project

The goal of the project is to inform the public on how to vote safer during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Nov. 3 Presidential General Election through student-created artwork.

The COVID-19 crisis has changed the landscape of the upcoming election and the Registrar of Voters must effectively communicate these changes to the public. This year, every active, registered voter will receive a ballot in the mail as a safety measure during the pandemic. 

Student designs should convey information quickly and efficiently. Designs can be the size of a flyer or a social media graphic. They should be eye-catching and colorful with words, pictures, and graphics to convey one of the following public service announcements (PSAs):

  • Vote Safer at Home
  • Vote in the comfort and safety of your home and mail it back promptly.
  • Vote by mail. It's simple, safe, and secure.
  • Don't wait until Election Day. Avoid crowds by voting early!

The designs must include the Vote Safer San Diego logo and #VoteSaferSD. For all the details download the project description, rules, and guidelines.

Final designs should be submitted via email to Antonia.Hutzell@sdcounty.ca.gov by Wednesday, Sept. 9 at 5 pm. Please include your name and school you represent.