Adman Ungar’s personal political contribution:
a spot urging Americans to “Vote for A Change”

With a scant two months before the most critical presidential election in U.S. history, adman Tom Ungar is putting his money where his heart is.

Ungar has called upon like-minded volunteers to create a spot designed to motivate as many people as possible to vote on November 4, that started airing Sept. 5 on a cluster of cable news outlets.

Ungar is an avowed Democrat, although the 30-second spot, titled “Vote for a Change,” is non-partisan. The concept is focused on the vision of Americans Thomas Edison, Benjamin Franklin, Amelia Earhart, Clara Barton, Alexander Graham Bell, the Wright brothers and George Washington, who had the courage and resilience to be the first to succeed against staggering odds.