DNC Launches Projection Ads Encouraging College Students To Make A Plan To Vote

College Town Projections Running In AZ, FL, MI, NC, PA, & WI

Tonight, the Democratic National Committee is announcing a new projection ad campaign in twelve college towns across six battleground states (AZ, FL, MI, NC, PA and WI). The projections encourage college students to make a plan to vote and direct viewers to IWillVote.com — Democrats’ comprehensive voter participation website — to find out more about their voting options.

The projection ads are the latest component of Democrats’ multi-million out-of-home advertising campaign — which also includes components like aerial banners, mobile billboards and gas station TV ads — encouraging Americans to make a plan to vote and follow through on it.

“The next generation are going to be ones that clean up Trump’s mess, they know we can’t afford four more years of Trump and we’re making sure they have all the information they need to make their plan to vote,” said DNC Chair Tom Perez.  “We’re reaching voters wherever they are with a message they can’t miss: go to IWillVote.com, make your voting plan and follow through on it — that’s how we’re going to send Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to the White House and elect Democrats at every level of the ballot.”

The projections are running through Election Day in high-traffic areas near twelve major universities in Arizona, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. See images of the projections below:

Tempe, AZ (Arizona State University)

Tucson, AZ (University of Arizona)

Gainesville, Florida (University of Florida)

Tallahassee, FL (Florida State University)

Ann Arbor, MI (University of Michigan)

East Lansing, MI (Michigan State University)

Chapel Hill, NC (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Greensboro, NC (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)

Pittsburgh, PA (University of Pittsburgh)

State College, PA (Pennsylvania State University)

Madison, WI (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Milwaukee, WI (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)