Bubblehead Tags the Streets of L.A. to Get Out the VOTE

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Hundreds of "VOTE" Images Across the City of Los Angeles Were Created to Encourage the 84% of Voters Who Didn't Vote in the March 5th Election to Vote in the Runoff Election on May 21st, 2013.

The street has always been the gallery for Bubblehead and artist Mike McNeilly. April 1st, was the start of the posting of Street Art for the May 21st Election.

Bubblehead Tags the Streets of L.A.

"If you want change, if you want a say in your life...VOTE." Bubblehead.

The street has always been the gallery for Bubblehead and artist Mike McNeilly. April 1st, was the start of the posting of Street Art for the May 21st Election. Hundreds of these the images are being displayed throughout Los Angeles. The May 21st Election determines the choice of Wendy Greuel or Eric Garcetti as the next Mayor of Los Angeles. Mike Feuer and Carmen Trutanich are also filing their legal opinions with voters for being the L.A. City Attorney.

With all the hype during the election year, the people often ask why they should bother to vote at all? Does my vote actually mean anything?

Bubblehead responds, "As "the People", it is our duty to keep up with what is going on in our city, that we should stay informed on political ideas and politicians we support and vote our conscience." Many complain that politicians are not listening to the people. "If we do not bother to vote our voice will not be heard by our elected officials. The politicians are guided by what we say when we vote. If we don't vote we are telling our politicians that we don't care what they do and that is a dangerous message to give them." and "If you want change, if you want a say in your life...VOTE." Bubblehead.

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