President Barack Obama had a lot of fun doing his last ad directed at kids. He has a point, “Young people have always been the ones to make the change.” Many of us were part of other important changes. When Obama left office, he went directly for the youngest voters. Except this time, he said he was going to take the Renegade Challenge. What is that?
Obama handed back to these young people thanks for all they have given to him:
‘You’ve given me so much lately and hope over the years. I want to return the favor and help you make a plan for the upcoming election.’
As the father of two young women, 45 knew exactly how to speak to kids:
‘You know the stakes for your lives, for your future, for the planet. Young people have always been the ones to make change in this country.’
Then, the former White House resident noted that voting by mail was different, but this vintage parent had it:
‘We’re not talking email, we’re not talking g-mail, we’re talking throw back vintage OG Mail. I got it.’
Obama explained in fun ways how to make voting simple. He told them to register first, make a plan, and then vote early. In the easiest way, he handed them information on how they could take back their power. After all, people have been trying to “make you cynical” and tell you “your vote doesn’t matter.”
He reminded everyone:
“Millennials, Boomers Gen X, and Gen Z,” our democracy is a precious thing, [and] it’s up to all of us. It’s the most powerful way for all of us [to take back the power]…Register. Make a plan. Vote early.’
Okay, now for President Obama to take the Renegade Challenge:
‘Over the last few months, I’ve learned a thing or two from the young people in our country. I figured I would return the favor by sharing with you how to make a plan to vote in this upcoming election. Get registered and vote early: votesave.us/obama’
Over the last few months, I’ve learned a thing or two from the young people in our country. I figured I would return the favor by sharing with you how to make a plan to vote in this upcoming election.
Get registered and vote early: https://t.co/Q5BUeMaOB5
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) September 16, 2020
Twitter world lit up after Obama’s tweet. Check some of our favorite responses below:
— Mychal (@mychal3ts) September 16, 2020
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