Voting with John Lewis, Susan B. Anthony, Barack Obama, Alan Moore and Noa


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ZAK: It's Tuesday, November 3rd and today's advice is simple and it's profound and it comes from a chorus of voices including my 3 year-old daughter.

NOA: Go vote.

ZAK: Go vote. The late John Lewis said, "The vote is precious. It is the most powerful, non-violent tool we have in a democratic society and we must use it."

NOA: Go vote.

ZAK: "Someone struggled for your right to vote. Use it." - Susan B. Anthony.

NOA: Vote. Vote. Vote. Vote. Vote.

ZAK: "There's no such thing as a vote that doesn't matter. It all matters." - Barack Obama.

NOA: Go vote.

ZAK: And the writer, Alan Moore said, "People shouldn't be afraid of their government. Governments should be afraid of their people."

NOA: Vote.

ZAK: And so this is one last ditch effort to get you to go out and vote. If you're hearing this on Tuesday before the polls close. It's not too late. Go to, find out where your polling place is, grab a mask and vote. It's your civic duty.

NOA: Duty. hahahahaha.

ZAK: It's your duty as an American citizen to vote.

NOA: Duty! hahahahaha. That's silly, my dad. Go vote.

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