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    "Bad officials are elected by good citizens who do not vote"- George Jean Nathan

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    1. lexipixi 57 months ago | reply

      What a great picture! I love the shoes. Thank you so much for making it available as a creative commons photo. It is so nice when people share.

    2. Theresa Thompson 57 months ago | reply

      I appreciate you guys leaving a comment. :-)

    3. emilie raguso 55 months ago | reply

      Will be posted on Albany Patch at 6am PST -- Thanks for the cool shot!

    4. Lori Groovy Green Livin 54 months ago | reply

      Hi - Just wanted to let you know that I used this gorgeous photo in my blog post about community advocacy for children. What a great photo!

      Here's a link to see it: ve-the-healt...

      Many thanks – Lori

    5. badlyricpolice 53 months ago | reply

      Thank you for making this creative commons. Used to remind Oregonians to register to vote on Describe the Ruckus.

    6. George Donnelly 53 months ago | reply

      Very well done. Thanks for sharing!

    7. jurryaany [deleted] 53 months ago | reply

      I want the shoes!!! but ofcourse I got to live in europe again :S

    8. utahpubliceducation 49 months ago | reply

      Thank you so much for making this great shot available through creative commons. I have used it to illustrate a blog post on Thanks again!

    9. MyProjectTracker 49 months ago | reply

      Great snap - thanks for sharing. Popped it in a post today :)

    10. West Sussex Youth Service 36 months ago | reply

      Thank you for a great picture, I have used it in a post today at

    11. thewritingreader 27 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing via CC. I used it on my blog today at

    12. cearleys1 12 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing your photo -- we are using it for a free summer event at celebrate brooklyn Vote, It Ain't Illegal Yet! honors the 50th anniversary of the landmark Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts of 1964 and 1965 with a moving and exciting combination of film, music, and spoken word at the Prospect Park Bandshell. Directed by author/filmmaker/journalist Nelson George and commissioned and produced by BRIC for Celebrate Brooklyn!, this ambitious exploration of American polls yesterday and today will include a host of musicians, actors and activists coming together in celebration and recognition of the journey we have collectively undertaken towards equality at the voting booth -- and the distance we have left to travel.

    13. emily.lippolis 10 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this lovely photo via CC! It will be used on Virginia's Easy Voter Guide to help Virginians exercise their right. It will be accessible at at some point in the near future.

    14. dollygirl0121 9 months ago | reply

      Thank you very much. We used your photo today in our blog We maybe moving our blog to our website if and when we do I will send you a new link. Thanks again

    15. dollygirl0121 9 months ago | reply

      We were able to move our blog so here is the updated link thanks again.

    16. Religious Action Center 6 months ago | reply

      Thanks for making this great photo connecting youth imagery and voting available via the Flickr Commons. We're using it to promote our youth GOTV campaign this midterm election season. You can see attribution and links to our graphics at

    17. Think Out Loud 4 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the great pic! We used it with attribution to illustrate a public radio segment about newsppaer editorial election endorsements.
      Here it is if you'd like to check it out!
      thanks again!
      Allison Frost
      Think Out Loud, senior producer
      Oregon Public Broadcasting

    18. MethodDan 6 weeks ago | reply

      I work for a UK charity called WEA and I've just used this photo on a page about our "Why Vote" campaign for the 2015 UK General Election. This photo is great thank you! I have attributed and linked it back here of course :) The page is here -

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