Jeff Ayeroff: “During my time at Warner Bros., we were coerced by political forces to put parental-warning stickers on our records despite my protestations—this made me crazy. I got up one morning in 1989 and said to my wife, ‘What if we did something called Rock the Vote?’ So we got all the top art directors and video directors and advertising guys in our business together and had a summit. Frank Zappa was there. Jerry Brown was there—everyone who cared. From this single meeting we started Rock the Vote. This is a piece I like designed by a guy named Josh Gosfield. Mick Haggerty designed the logo.”
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