[Title “Get Out and Vote Minnesota” over a picture of the front of a canoe on a lake with trees lining the shore.]

[The following text is shown next to photo of a series of numbers, “What would a person born in 2015 BC in the year 1987 BC & a person born in 1987 in the year 2005 have in common?”]

[The following text is shown next to Jessalyn Akerman-Frank wearing a “Deaf and I vote” sticker, “They would be 18 years old and eligible to vote in the United States thanks to the 26th Amendment.”]

[A photo of a person’s hand holding a wristwatch. Next to the photo is the following text, “What takes less than 2 minutes?”]

[A photo of two voters outreach attendees from St. Cloud wearing “I will vote” temporary tattoos on their arms. Next to the photo is the following text, “Registering to vote & also checking out MNCDHH’s awesome wbsite (links in description). Website link is www.mncdhh.org/voting]

[A photo of the earth, surrounded by Outer Space. The following text is shown, “What can you do by mail, in person, in another country, or in space?”]

[The following text is shown next to a photo of an astronaut’s head and shoulders (s/he may have been taking a selfie in space), “Vote! Astronauts can vote from space!”]

[The following text appears, “Random Fact #1: In Minnesota we don’t have a Democratic party but we have a Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party.” Next is a photo of Steve Oglesbee, trying out an accessible voting machine during a 2016 workshop.”]

[The following text appears, “Who is a Navy veteran, a retired professional wrestler, starred in the film Predator, and was governor of Minnesota?” Next is a photo of two wresters on the mat. One is tacking the other.]

[A photo of Jessee Ventura is shown. Next to his picture is the following text, “Jesse Ventura! He was voted in by registered voters, so go out and vote so you can have a say in who runs this beautiful state.”]

[The following text is visible, “What is something you don’t need an ID for in Minnesota?” A photo of a woman trying an accessible voting machine is next to the text.]

[A photo of the 2016 voter outreach participants in Rochester, MN is visible. They are all facing the presenter, one participant has his hand up. Next is the following text, “Vote! Minnesota does not have Voting ID laws.”]

[The following text appears next to a photo of Kanye West performing onstage, “What does Kanye West, Hillary Clinton, and Will Smith have in common?”]

[The following text appears next to a photo of Mount Rushmore (with the faces of presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln carved in), “They have all been rumored to be running for president in 2020. Remember to register and vote!”]

[Photo of Becky Rosenthal and Kathy Manlapas from the 2016 voters outreach event with Deaf Women of Minnesota. Next to their picture is the following text, “Random Fact #2: Ulysses S. Grant won the presidental election in 1872 against a dead Horace Greeley.”]

[Photo of Jessalyn Akerman-Frank presenting at the 2016 voters outreach event in Duluth and the PPT is behind her. The following text is next to the photo, “What do adults age 65 and older do better than their younger counterparts?”]

[Photos of the attendees of the 2016 voters outreach event in Duluth watching the presenter. A single word appears next to the photo, “Vote!”

[The following text appears next to a photo of the U.S. flag with the sky above it, “Compared to other developed countries, what does the U.S. have one of the lowest levels of?”]

[A photo of the Senate Chambers in the Minnesota State Capitol is shown next to the following text, “The U.S. has one of the lowest levels of voter turnout compared with other developed nations.”]

[A photo of Jamie Taylor and Jessalyn Akerman-Frank co-presenting at the DeafBlind voters outreach in 2016. The following text is next to the picture, “In less than 2 minutes, you can vote here, there, anywhere! Be an active citizen and register to vote!”]

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