(Not one of the Wisconsin ads.)
On account of Republicans' new state law that makes voting harder than it used to be, the government of Wisconsin is planing a $436,000 public service campaign to explain the changes. From the Wisconsin State Journal:
The effort, which will involve a new website, print ads, billboards, brochures, a toll-free hotline, and television and radio spots, is designed to inform people about the law requiring voters to present a photo ID at the polls. That takes effect with the February primary election.
The ad firm is scheduled to give the Government Accountability Board a preview tomorrow. In the name of Ruthelle Frank, please consider this your opportunity to come up with a winning slogan/billboard/commercial, etc., for would-be Wisconsin voters. You know what to do -- links, comments, uploads.