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From the Forum – Crowd sourcing Give Me a Vote hand locations

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Crowd sourcing Give Me a Vote hand locations

“I’m trying to crowd source any remaining locations of the Give Me a Vote hands. I’ve heard there were at some point around 30 located throughout DC but some don’t actually exist any longer. Anyone know of locations for sure that these exist?

Read more about the hands here.

I’ve been able to confirm the location of four (11 & V [2 hands], 14 & U NW, 12 & M NW). There are 4 places I know there were hands but haven’t been able to get that way to confirm if they still exist (2301 11th St NW, 13 & G ST SE, 219 50th St SE, and one on 4th st SE but cross street unknown).

Can anyone confirm any of the locations above or point me in the direction of some I may have missed? I wrote to the artist group but they don’t have a list of where the installations exist and are excited to find out what I come up with.”

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