Sept. 26 is the big debate, but you still have time to register to vote so you can take part in what may be the most important election in the whole history of democracy. If Hillary Clinton wins, she’ll be the first president with ovaries. If Donald Trump wins…well, he does seem more adult-friendly than Mrs. Clinton. #NakedHotMelania
And now, disengaged, pissed-off Millennials have no excuse not to vote, because Snapchat has made it possible to register in 60 seconds. One minute, and you’re done. You’re gonna be on Snapchat anyway, right?
With 10 billion video views a day, the social app has partnered with registration app TurboVote, hoping to encourage younger voters to turn out for the polls in November.
Anyway, if The Rock and Fallon can’t convince you to register, then watch the debates Monday night. With a projected viewing audience of 100 million (in Superbowl territory), the social sphere is bound to be buzzing with armchair media commentary.
What color pantsuit will Hillary be wearing? How many times will Trump allude to or mention Bill Clinton’s documented infidelities? Will fellow billionaire Mark Cuban be wearing a Shark Tank shirt in the front row? Will Omarosa Manigault be sitting next to him?
Anyway, if you want to get an idea of who you’d like to be running the country for the next four years, tonight’s debate event is supposed to give undecided voters a better idea of who to give their vote. Even if democracy seems to be, uh, imploding in this lesser-of-two-evils election, your vote matters more now than ever.
All the wackos are guaranteed to show up at the polls. Don’t let insane ultra-conservative nut jobs pick the next president. Or, if you agree with the nut jobs, then more power to you! That’s what makes America great, baby. But ya gotta show up to vote. Because. Nukes. Weed. Money. Free speech. Liberty. The pursuit of happiness. #yep
You can find information about voting and registering to vote in your state here. Those of you outside the U.S., stand back. Things are liable to get even uglier in the U.S. between now and Nov. 8.
Oh, BTW: Snapchat isn’t Snapchat anymore, but more about that in another post.