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Brands from Google to Lyft to J. Crew spent yesterday trying to get people to go to the polls. But Delta Air Lines did something different: It ran an Election Day ad that didn't actually ask people to vote. The spot showed landscapes of America as seen from a plane overhead, with a voiceover about how the country doesn't seem so divided if you look at the big picture. The narration is what makes the ad (it's reportedly by actress Viola Davis):