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We Are 100 Days Away From The Most Critical Election Of Our Lifetime & Michelle Obama Reminds Folks Of What Needs To Happen

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Forever First Lady Michelle Obama reminds us we’re only 100 days away from the 2020 presidential election and she wants to make sure we’re all registered to vote so we can flex our political power. More inside…

Forever First Lady Michelle Obama isn’t in the White House anymore, however, she’s all about encouraging young people to have their voices heard at the polls.

This election is likely the most critical election in our lifetime. The United States can’t stand another four years of the Trump administration, so Mrs. Obama is doing her part to encourage young people to get out and vote.

Today marks 100 days from the General Election.

When We All Vote released a video message from Michelle Obama calling on all eligible voters to get registered, organized and take action with When We All Vote. In the video message, Mrs. Obama announced that When We All Vote is launching a Week of Action from September 20th to 27th to mobilize a national network of volunteers around voter registration and turnout.

When We All Vote has registered more than 100,000 people to vote, and set a goal to register over 100,000 more in the lead up to the General Election. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, nationwide there has been a dip in voter registration and When We All Vote is working diligently to help fill the gap as a digitally focused organization.

”Because every American deserves to have their voice heard at the ballot box... every American deserves to have a say in the future of this country we all love,” Mrs. Obama said in her video message. "So keep that foot on the gas! First, let’s make sure everyone we know is registered and ready to vote come November.

"Then, take it a step further by signing up at WhenWeAllVote.org to participate in our Week of Action this September. That’s when we’ll be activating our nationwide network of volunteers to get engaged and get more people registered to vote than ever before.

"I hope you’ll join us. We’ve only got 100 days left… and we’ve got to direct every ounce of energy we have into making sure everyone we know understands the importance of their voice and their vote. I know that you all understand that… let’s make sure that everyone in our communities does, too"

Get into it below:

November 2020 is right around the corner. If you're not already, you can register to vote HERE

Want more Michelle Obama in your life? Her new podcast is set to drop July 29th and her first guest is her husband, Forever President Barack Obama

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I’m so excited to kick off my podcast on Wednesday—with Barack as my very first guest! We’ll be talking about our connections to our communities, particularly what our responsibilities are in this current moment. Throughout this first season, I’ll be having more conversations like this one with the people closest to me. My mother and brother stop by, as does my friend and mentor, Valerie Jarrett. You’ll also hear from many of my girlfriends, the women who’ve always been there with a shoulder to lean on, a perspective to think about, or simply an open line to vent to. In this time of social distancing, it’s more important than ever to invest in the relationships that make us who we are. And I hope the #MichelleObamaPodcast can be a place for you all to dig deeper inside your own lives and relationships, and start up some of these conversations with one another as well. I can’t wait for you all to listen starting on 7/29!

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On this day in 2016, Mrs. O shared her feelings about living in the White House, which was was built by slaves, and that sparked controversy.  And we love her for it.

Photo: Hunter Crenian/Shutterstock.com

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