Remember When R.E.M. Made It Easier to Vote?

One of the Rock the Vote cutout postcards disseminated by R.E.M. on the longbox of their Out of Time CDs, 1993.

In 1991, R.E.M. became the face of the Rock the Vote push for the Motor Voter Act — which automatically registers people to vote when they apply for driver’s licenses — distributing cutout postcards supporting the legislation on the longbox packaging of the band’s Out of Time CDs. Each postcard was prewritten with support for the […]

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