/Elite publishes videos of Americans living abroad registering to vote

Elite publishes videos of Americans living abroad registering to vote

As part of their ongoing efforts to support progress and social justice in the United States and around the world, Toronto Raptors has released a public service manifesto detailing how Americans living abroad can register to vote in the upcoming U.S. presidential election.

The video leads potential voters to FVAP.gov, which describes the service as an offer of voting assistance to members of the service, their families and foreign nationals to ensure that they are “aware of their right to vote and have the tools and resources to do so successfully – from anywhere.” In this world. “

Through the site, Americans living abroad will be able to access information on how to register and vote on absentee ballots.

Concluding the video, Terrence Davis said, “Let’s all vote and change together.

The video also shows Matt Thomas, Malcolm Miller, Patrick McCoy, Fred Vanville, Norman Powell and head coach Nick Nurse.

The nurse, who said she had a conversation with her fellow NBA head coach about how people should vote in the upcoming presidential election, had previously announced the video would be released on Friday or Saturday.

The nurse told us Friday, “It’s great to have our bus and our messaging and pin-wearing coach and the back of the floor and jersey.” “But we have to keep in mind that when we started all this we were looking for some stable, lasting change and really influential things.”

Elections for the United States of America will be held on Tuesday, 2020.