Arguing "all art is political," a massive new public art project is using billboards along with community events to urge Americans nationwide to engage with civic issues ahead of the mid-terms, and ask, "What side are you on?" The "anti-partisan" 50 State Initiative is installing hundreds of billboards from the politically explicit - "Grab 'Em By the Ballots" and "Sad!" to the intriguingly abstract - "Hurt People Hurt People," "Us Is Them", "Pardon Me" - in hopes they will think, then vote.
As one reporter joked, "the way to preserve the integrity of a possible crime scene and bolster confidence in the investigation is to bring in a bunch of cleaners through the front door before the detectives arrive."
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