vote with style

September 30, 2020

vote with style

The most important thing you can do in 2020? VOTE on November 3rd. Vote like your life, your ability to breathe and your children's future depends on it. Believe it or not, 25% of registered voters did not vote in 2016. Listen, let me be clear, you exercising your Constitutional right to VOTE, is important to me. Why?  Because, there's so much at stake right now; young people are NEEDED at the polls. Your voice matters!⁣  Our collective action can bring about CHANGE. Real CHANGE at a time when we need it the most in the US.⁣ 

If you are serious about making a tangible change – VOTE. I implore you to call/text your friends and (1) make sure they're registered to vote and (2) confirm that they are planning to vote in the Presidential election this November.⁣⁣ ⁣
Figure out your VOTE plan NOW girlfriend. Do you know where your absentee ballot drop-off location is? Remember, even if you request an absentee or mail-in ballot, you don't have to mail it back (but, if you do, double check the return-by deadline in your state so that your ballot has time to travel).

FYI – The proceeds from the sale of this tee are going to Higher Heights for America, an organization dedicated to building the political power and leadership of Black women to elected office. To date, we've donated $1250 to Higher Heights.  Click here to snag yours NOW! 

Stylishly yours,
Kalyn



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