It’s Election Day and if you haven’t already taken advantage of early voting in your area, then make sure you get out and cast your vote today. Elections are just as important as ever, and even though the focus tends to remain on the national arena, state and local elections can have a much greater impact on the health and vitality of arts organizations in your community.

In case you missed last Friday’s article with resource content and links to the official analysis of the presidential candidate’s arts policy positions along with the 2012 Congressional Report Card from Americans for the Arts, stop by and get some last minute info to help with your decision.

By this time tomorrow (and barring any contested results) we’ll know who won the national election along with whether or not any state and locals elections may produce a shift in arts policies.

Go Vote!

Go Vote!

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2 Responses to GO VOTE!

  1. Chris Blair Tue, Nov 6, 2012 at 6:57 am #

    On the other hand…if you can’t immediately name your congress”person” or at least one senator, stay home please.

  2. Justin Wed, Nov 7, 2012 at 9:41 am #

    Here is something I hope people are happy about.

    Portland, Ore. passed an Arts Tax.



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