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Industry Magazines
Media Print, Magazine & Newspaper, Design & Branding
Market United States
Agency Team collaboration
Creative Director Robert Vargas
Art Director Chris Nosenzo, Alexander Shoukas
Designer Lee Wilson, Chandra Illick, Shawn Hasto, Simon Abranowicz, Braulio Amado, Jaci Kessler Lubliner
Released October 2016


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Agency: Bloomberg Businessweek
Agency: Team Collaboration
Director of Photography: Clinton Cargill
Deputy Photo Editor: Aeriel Brown
Photo Editor: Alis Atwell
Photo Editor: Donna Cohen
Photo Editor: Diana Suryakusuma
Photo Editor: Caroline Tompkins
Photo Editor: Stephanie Tran
Photo Editor: Jane Yeomans
Graphics: Evan Applegate
Graphics: Dorothy Gambrell
Graphics: Mark Glassman
Art Director: Chris Nosenzo
Art Director: Alexander Shoukas
Designer: Simon Abranowicz
Designer: Braulio Amado
Designer: Shawn Hasto
Designer: Chandra Illick
Designer: Jaci Kessler Lubliner
Designer: Lee Wilson
Creative Director: Robert Vargas
Bloomberg Businessweek's The Electorate was a special issue devoted to American voters. In the final months before an unprecedented presidential election, Businessweek turned to reams of data and traveled the U.S. to talk to CEOs, pastors, DJs, doctors, funeral directors, and daycare workers, about employment, education, immigration, healthcare, childcare, racial divisions, political gridlock, and more. The Electorate issue categorizes Americans using five common divisions: Red state or blue state; old or young; rich or not-rich; white or minority; and male or female.