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Advertising Campaign for the 2011 General Election – Transcripts

Radio

Title: Voter information card    Audience: General public and ethnocultural communities

MUSIC: MUSICAL INTRO

ANNOUNCER: 
A federal election is taking place on Monday, May 2nd.

Keep the voter information card you received from Elections Canada. It tells you where and when to vote.

If you havenít received a card, contact Elections Canada now.

To vote, you must prove your identity and address.

For more information on voting, visit www.elections.ca or call

1-800-463-6868.

 Vote. Shape your world.



Title: Advance polls   Audience: General public

MUSIC: MUSICAL INTRO

ANNOUNCER: 
Monday, May 2nd is election day, but you can vote at the advance polls on Friday, April 22nd, Saturday April 23rd, or Monday, April 25th. You'll find the location and times on the voter information card you received from Elections Canada.

To vote, you must prove your identity and address.

For more information on voting, visit www.elections.ca or call 1-800-463-6868.

Vote. Shape your world.



Title: Election day   Audience: General public

MUSIC: MUSICAL INTRO

ANNOUNCER: 
Vote, and shape your world.

This Monday is election day. If you havenít received your voter information card from Elections Canada, you can still register and vote at your polling station on election day.

To vote, you must prove your identity and address.

For more information on voting, visit www.elections.ca or call 1-800-463-6868.

This Monday, vote.


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Television/Movie Theater

Title: On Monday, May 2, vote    Audience: General public

MUSIC: MUSIC THROUGHOUT

VIDEO

A hand places a black disc with a white "X" in a ballot box. The black disc becomes multiple black discs.

SUPER: VOTE. SHAPE YOUR WORLD.

A name and address badge appears on screen.

LOGO: Elections Canada

SUPER: www.elections.ca

SUPER: 1-800-463-6868

AUDIO

ANNOUNCER: Vote. Shape your world. On Monday, May 2, vote.

ANNOUNCER: To vote, you must prove your identity and address.

ANNOUNCER: For more information on voting, contact Elections Canada.

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