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Frontline News selects 5 political cartoons as competition enters next stage

Posted by Frontline News Staff

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Apr 24, 2022

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00:35 AM

New difficulty level added as next elimination commences

Frontline News selects 5 political cartoons as competition enters next stage

Frontline News today revealed the five winning submissions by contestants in its political cartoon competition.

This follows the elimination round announced last month that introduced a new level of difficulty: Contestants were asked to produce an original cartoon in their own unique style on the subject of chin-maskers.

Winning submissions were sent in by Jim Hope of Fredericksburg, Virginia, Melvin Jones of Columbus, Ohio, and Brett Howell from near Minneapolis, Minnesota:

A new level of difficulty will be added in the coming elimination: The assignment, should the contestants decide to accept the challenge, is to produce an original cartoon in their own unique style over the caption: “I'm from the government, and I'm here to help.

The deadline for this phase is Wednesday, June 1st, 2022, at which time the three selections become finalists who win prizes and earn a chance to work as Frontline News cartoonists.

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