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PLEASE NO TEXT IN DESIGNS (besides 1, 22), avoid critical design in lower 1/5 (subtitles)PLEASE NO TEXT IN DESIGNS (besides 1, 22), avoid critical design in lower 1/5 (subtitles)
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01 - Europe
Dear EuropeEricaErica*ideally, this and the last frame are the only ones that should include text.
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02 - Choices
You've got some important choices to make this yearAlexandra Lundalexandra lund
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03A - Right Rise
*WIP Extreme-right parties are on the rise...Allen LaseterAllen Laseter
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03B - Right Rise
and will be asking for your vote.Allen LaseterAllen Laseter
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04A - Candidates
There's: Marie Le Pen of France’s National Front.Erica can take this b/c this shot may have to be modified in the future
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04B - Candidates
Geert Wilders of the Netherland’s Freedom Party.
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04C - Candidates
And Frauke Petry, leader of the Alternative for Deutschland.
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05 - Take Back
France, Netherlands, and Germany shrink backwards, breaking apart a part of the EU. Other states react (UK is like: whoops / doesn't care, Italy is like whoa ok, Greece is just more angry, Scottland is like dammit, Baltic states are like oh shit as they glance back east....)They'll claim it's time to take back your country back.Marie-Margaux Tsakiri-ScanatovitsMarie-Margaux Tsakiri-Scanatovits
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06 - Reversal
In the US and the UK, we've already seen the start of this reversal.Pablo LozanoPablo Lozano
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07- Brexit
Last year, though, no one thought Brexit had much of a chance.Johnny KellyTynesha Foremanway to say this without "in" / "out"?
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08A - US Polls
Virtually every poll Terra HendersonTerra HendersonReference this dramatic cross in the polls
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08B - US Polls
showed Donald Trump far behind.Terra HendersonTerra Henderson
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09A - Aside/In line
Both countries were surprised how quickly former leaders...kyle stropekyle strope
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09B - Aside/In line
stepped aside or got in line.kyle stropekyle strope
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10 - Institutional Strength
maybe make BG Yellow*As norms shatter we wonder, did we overestimate the strength of our democracy?
ege soyuerege soyuer
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11 - BS News
reference red bus here, fake story about pope endorsing trump, hillary's health -- can provide other big fake stories. Would be good to get another british one.Plenty of us fell for dubious headlines.joe donaldsonjoe donaldsonhttps://www.buzzfeed.com/craigsilverman/viral-fake-election-news-outperformed-real-news-on-facebook?utm_term=.khBbVO0rE#.baQzak0xd
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12 - Poison
Lies seem to spread faster than truth.Jay QuerciaJay Quercia
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13 - Empty
We were swept up in a storm of empty slogans, not policy.Brian GossettLouis Westornado of red MAGA hats
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14 - Send a message
*mockup for papercraftmaybe one or two darts -- then a whole bunch -- maybe so many the board falls to the groundMany wanted to "send a message." To wield rage and chaos as a change agent.Freddy ArenasFreddy Arenas
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15 - Enabling an Unknown
Citizens believed they were voting against the status quo, without fully considering what they were voting for.
Thea GladThea Gladhand grabs one lever, hesistates -- then goes for the other, maybe a slight jostle but don't fully show the Guillotine falling
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16 - History
We neglected history's lessons, opting for scapegoats over solutions.
Lana SimanenkovaLana Simanenkovahttps://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10007094
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17A - Chasm
Sometimes it was hard to talk to family and friends on the other side. Yukai DuYukai Du
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17B - Chasm
It was often easier to accuse than ask questions.Yukai DuYukai Du
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18 - Chasm Widening
Some regret not even broaching a conversation, until it was too late.Miguel JironMiguel Jiron
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19 - Stay home
Worst of all, most felt so sure how the vote would go, that many didn't even bother to make it to the polls.bee grandinettibee grandinettihttps://fivethirtyeight.com/features/registered-voters-who-stayed-home-probably-cost-clinton-the-election/?ex_cid=story-twitter
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20 - Allowing
Opting out only emboldens the most extreme voices.Damien CorrellAdam Grabowski"Illustrate ratios, circles disapearing in a larger circle - which causes ""negatively"" colored circles to take up more of the pie.)
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21A - Go to polls
So this year, please, don’t stay home. Bring your friends.Robin DaveyRobin Davey
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21B - Future
The future is written by those who vote.Robin DaveyRobin Davey
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22 - XOXO<3, the US and the UK
YELLOW BG IN FINALLove, Your Friends in the US + the UK (no VO)EricaErica*ideally, this and the frist frame are the only ones that should include text.
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