An exhibition of drawings and voting methods exploring the US presidential primary and caucus nominating process. Friday, July 1st, 2016 at Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, NY

(More comprehensive photos to be added.)

Fake News engages the exhibit in gallery tour coverage:

"What is a primary? What is a caucus? Which states have what? When? For which party? Why only two parties? Who pays for them? Why can’t I vote in mine?" - Ray Ray Mitrano, 2016

"Over the past several months, local artist Ray Ray Mitrano has attempted to grasp what goes on in each state’s polling stations through a system of ink-mark drawings and experimental voting methods." - Fake News

"News media attention, party affiliation requirements, and voter eligibility all vary from state-to-state, territories and abroad. A baffling, convoluted process that most of the eligible voting population find inaccessible." - Yar Yar Philips