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Millennials Have the Power

Kendall Kardashian is voting in this election, and so should you.

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Mark your calendar.

On November 8, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. you should head to your designated polling location to vote for the 45th president of the United States.

A lot of surprising things have happened in this election, and you shouldn’t be expecting your candidate of choice to win in your state — no matter what the poles say. Now that Texas has been declared a swing state, anything can happen.

Although politics aren’t a top priority for the average millennial, you should make it yours in the upcoming weeks. Issues such as taxes, healthcare and immigration may not affect you, but within the next 4 years, they may. Your vote makes a difference. YOU make a difference.

Still not convinced? Do not fret, if you still lack the motivation to vote, celebrities like Justin Timberlake are here to change that. Similar to the “Rock the Vote” campaign, “Save the Day” and “Vote your Future” are campaigns that motivate people to vote in their state without encouraging party affiliation.

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Due to the controversial nature of this election, celebrities are speaking out more than ever. Some are vocally expressing their candidate of choice, while others not so much — but they all have one message in common: vote.

Your vote is valuable. We have the right — use it.

Written by Danitza Yukopila, edited by Hannah Ross

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