Kendall Jenner speaks with former Obama speechwriter on Instagram Live


Beautiful Brunette Amphitheater is celebrating National Voter Registration Day by encouraging online congregants to vote in the upcoming presidential election during a conversation with John Favreau.

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Kendall Jenner He took to Instagram Live for the first time ever on Tuesday (Sep 22, 20) to encourage fans to register to vote in the US general election in November (20).

On the occasion of National Voter Registration Day, the supermodel shared a nearly 14-minute video on the photo-sharing platform with her 139 million followers, during which she spoke with an expert political strategist. John FavreauxFormer speech writer for the President Barack Obama.

“Happy National Day of Voter Registration!” I participated. “When I got ready to vote, I wanted to make sure you were ready to vote, register, and feel good about it,” added the 24-year-old. They are asked to “carry” with it.

“There are a lot of comments!” She added, as she reads thoughts online for people who keep watching to watch.

“If you don’t like what’s happening in America right now, I sincerely believe this election is your last chance to change it,” Favreau told her followers during the live chat. “Voting will not elect a savior, nor will it solve all our problems, but voting will give us an opportunity to do something about climate change, systemic racism, healthcare, and education. Voting will give us a chance to make sure that our policy is not what it is now, and that we are not all in the throats of each other. Just like we are now. ”

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Jenner joins dozens of big names as they do their homework to encourage people to vote ahead of the November 3 election Snoop Dogg He announced he’s partnering with the presidents on Rock The Vote, 1 VoteCloser, and the OneOpp Social Justice Project to create his own voting campaign, titled #VoteWithSnoop, and admits that the reason is really personal to him because he’s always thought he was ineligible to vote.

“Gin & Juice” hitmaker has made it clear that this will be the first election I will vote in. “How the system was set up, frankly I didn’t know I was allowed to vote based on my past history. My (criminal) record has been erased, so I’ll be there in this election. Involved.”

“As I look around what is happening in the world right now, I know we need to make an immediate change and we cannot sit idly by … I will use my voice and influence to let people know the only option is to go out and vote.”

Other familiar faces posting photos and videos on social media urging followers to make their voices heard on Tuesday include Michelle, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Ryan ReynoldsAnd Dave MatthewsOscar winner Mahershala Ali, New mom Katherine Schwarzenegger, Sophia W. Nicole RichieAnd Big ShawnAnd Jessica BielAnd Black jack, Form Joan SmallsAnd Mindy KalingAnd Camille NanjianiHayley Bieber Dwayne WadeAnd and Gabrielle Union, The Primetime Emmy Awards and American Late Night TV Host Jimmy Kimmel.

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