MSJC Students win statewide video contest
Press Release From Leslie P. Smith, Associate Vice Chancellor of Governmental Relations City College of San Francisco
Community college students from across the state submitted 30-second PSA's on "Why Vote?" and this morning the three winners were announced.
The winners of the "Why Vote?" video contest are
1st Place: "Did Ya Even Vote?" by Darryl Cobbs, Amanda Davis, Aaron Gray, John Marshall, Sheila Miller, Mark Retuya, Edgar Zachula, from Mt. San Jacinto College
Instructors: Jerome Billins and Tom Merritt
2nd Place: "Don't Be Lazy" by Edgar Alvarado from Cerritos Community College.
Instructor: Steven Hirohama
3rd Place: "You Get What You Vote For" by Pete Bohnhof & Eric Schell from Butte College.
Instructor: Mark Hall
See the winning video on the Easy Voter Guide YouTube Channel:
Go to www.easyvoterguide.org/video-contest to see all videos submitted.
A PSA video contest on "Why Vote?", a collaboration between the Student Senate for the California Community Colleges, the Foundation for the California Community Colleges, the League of Women Voters of California, and the Easy Voter Guide Project, asked California community college students to submit videos on the importance of voting. First place won $500, to be shown on statewide television, the Easy Voter Guide YouTube Channel, and the statewide League of Women Voters of California Convention; Second place $300, and Third Place $200.
Leslie P. Smith
Associate Vice Chancellor
of Governmental Relations
City College of San Francisco
50 Phelan Ave., E201A
San Francisco, CA 94112