Contest Directions: With less than 100 hours remaining till the election day, Clinton and Trump are campaigning hard to earn all the votes they can. Recent polls show that it's going to be a tight race, way tighter than expected. Remaining campaign money are used to produce the ads which explain to American voters why they should vote for one candidate and not vote for another. Campaign speeches are pretty much based on the same formula "vote for ... because..., and don't vote for... because..."
Photoshop motivational or demotivational posters encouraging (discouraging) American people to vote in this election. You can focus simply on participation (to vote or not to vote?), OR go further and create "VOTE" posters to give motivations to vote for your candidate (Clinton or Trump) OR create VOTE posters with demotivations which would discourage people to give votes for the other candidate (Clinton or Trump).
For example your message at the lower part of your poster may say: "VOTE Clinton (Trump), IF (Because) ..."
Your posters should follow the format of classic "motivational / demotivational posters" - black background, image in the middle, followed by the title word(s), and the text message below.
The image in the middle has to be photoshopped, so you can not just take unaltered photo and add text to it. To recall such kind of poster design, take a look at the good examples from our demotivational poster contest.
NOTE: as an exception to our rules, in this contest you are allowed to recycle any of your previous entries of FN to use it for the central image in your (de)motivational poster.
Started: 11/4/2016 01:00
Ended: 11/7/2016 17:10
This gallery only contains our top 13 selections from its parent contest Rock the Vote. All 16 contest pictures can be viewed here.