HTTR – Don’t Boo, VOTE: The Importance of Voting
It is certain that hundreds of thousands of people tuned in for President Obama’s speech at the DNC, and have picked up on his coined phrase, “Don’t Boo, Vote”.
As President Obama gets ready to leave the White House as the first African American and one of the most loved and hated Commanders in Chief, our country is in a conundrum of who will be the next President of the United States. On one hand we have Hilary Clinton, whom a lot of Americans feel cannot be trusted; and on the other hand, we have DONALD TRUMP, whom many feel will lead this country to destruction. A lot of people feel that Donald Trump would be extremely bad for minorities, women and foreign policy, so it’s extremely important for us all to exercise the rights of voting, which is a right that many have given their life for us to do so.
Join Toni Breedlove and Rollin Dee on Wednesday, August 10, 2016, at 8pm PDT/10pm CDT/11pm EDT, for an in-depth discussion on the history of voting, and why it’s so important to exercise this right in November 2016.
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