Ahead of the US election in November, Spotify has launched a new effort to encourage people to vote and vote. The non-partisan “play your part” campaign includes a variety of educational resources, registration, voting plans, and more.
Explain the details of the “Play your part” campaign in a blog post today:
As the United States prepares for the November 2020 elections, Spotify is preparing to take part. We recognize our unique ability to use the power of audio to inspire millions of our listeners to take action by voting in the United States.
That’s why we’re launching a new, non-partisan campaign, Play your part, With special emphasis on getting potential first-time voters ready to do so, to encourage eligible voters to come out and vote in the 2020 U.S. election. We’re teaming up with artists, influencers, and such creators Canaan Gray, Alaina Castillo, King Princess, Chloe X Hall, And many more provide resources to demonstrate the importance of voting and to guide the audience through the selection process. This promotion is about listening to your voice.
Here are some of the resources available to Spotify users in the United States in the future:
Us Voter Booth Center: The goal of the center is to provide resources so that voters can find out, register and plan to vote. There, you can search for curated podcast playlists from new playlists by artists to music and changemakers to soundtrack your vote.
Soundtrack your vote: Whether you’re submitting your ballot by mail or going to the polls to vote in person, we’ve got music to move you every step of the way. We’ve partnered with some of our listeners’ favorite artists and influencers who are voting for the first time to revise new playlists that will keep you entertained throughout the process.
First time voter messaging: On September 9, Spotify listeners who are voting in their first presidential election will receive an encouraging message to register to vote from fellow first-timer get
Decorated podcast: Several highlighted podcasts will feature content related to civic engagement and encourage their listeners to register and vote. Famous Falls: Movers and shakers will take a deep dive into the changers who forced themselves to deny themselves the rules of adversity and challenge that could make the world a better place. 1 September September, Dope Labs will create an episode dedicated to civic engagement to explore the science behind political ads and how people digest them.
Playlists provide inspiration: We will add visual and audio reminders to some of our flagship playlists with stickers and exclusive video content to encourage users to play their part and go to the polls. Also, we provide co-equipped head counts and seventeen magazine playlists to further inspire listeners.
Anchor Podcaster Voter Sponsorship: Anchor, a Spotify-owned podcast creation platform, will launch a voter registration campaign with their sponsorship tools, allowing podcasters to continue to assist others in the voting process in their advertising space headcount, ballet trades, or democracy works.
Learn more about Spotify’s voting efforts in the full blog post.
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