Polling Place Photo Project

If you’re going to vote tomor­row on Super Tues­day, con­sid­er doc­u­ment­ing your expe­ri­ence for all to see. The Polling Place Pho­to Project, an exper­i­ment in cit­i­zen jour­nal­ism that “encour­ages vot­ers to cap­ture, post and share pho­tographs of this year’s pri­maries, cau­cus­es and gen­er­al elec­tion.”

William Drent­tel ini­ti­at­ed the project dur­ing the 2006 midterm elec­tions, and for this elec­tion year The New York Times and AIGA have part­nered to expand it.

Pri­maries or Cau­cus­es will be held in 24 states on Feb­ru­ary 5 – take a pho­to of your polling place, and share it with the world. And don’t for­get to browse through some pho­tos, too!

2/5 UPDATE: Here is a link to my pho­tos on the PPPP site.

0 Responses to “Polling Place Photo Project”


  • No Comments

Leave a Reply