Nov. 27, 2022 – In the lead-up to Georgia’s Senate Runoff election, VoteTree’s interactive art installation served as the backdrop for Sen. Raphael Warnock’s Souls to the Polls rally.

Before marching to an early voting site to cast his own ballot, Warnock gathered a group of a dozen prominent Black leaders, including Martin Luther King III, Henrietta Antoninin, Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens, and U.N. ambassador Andrew Young.

The first day of statewide early voting was the largest in-person early voting day in Georgia’s history.

AP Cover photo | AP photo Ben Gray

Nov. 28, 2022 – Vote Tree engaged hundreds of Dave Matthews concertgoers waiting in line at Cobb County’s Coca-Cola Roxy. The crowd created a city block-long red, white, and blue fabric fence and then held it aloft as the doors opened.

Dave Matthews performed Something to Tell My Baby at a rally for Sen. Raphael Warnock

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Hosea Williams Mural

Georgia’s beloved civil rights leader Hosea Williams would have turned 95 on Jan 5th, the day Georgians voted in a historic Senate runoff

In the six weeks leading up to the election, an interactive, non-partisan, exclusively positive public art installation took root at Atlanta’s iconic Hosea mural.

Vote Tree’s live art + music activation featured local emergent artists, particularly women and underrepresented voices. The exuberant 250′ murallage was featured across news outlets and social media, including Raphael Warnock’s Instagram post the day before the election and the opening frames of the Season 6 premiere of Showtime’s The Circus.

Vote Tree’s digital messaging, instant registration QR site signage, and guerrilla-style tactics delivered dramatic and measurable impact. When all the dust settled, our creative GOTV effort helped Block Power deliver 24.4K votes.

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