More than thirty prominent women got together to deliver a crucial memo: to get up and vote this upcoming November. A-list female celebs such as Julianne Moore, Cher, and Bethenny Frankel state the importance of voting in a new video released on October 31st.
“It is hard to overstate the importance of this election. Our environment and our health are on the line,” said producer Mike Bloomberg. “The good news is that more women are running than ever before, and female voters overwhelmingly support Democratic candidates for the House and Senate. The polls suggest a gender gap in voting larger than anytime since the 1950s. But this election will be decided by turnout and getting people to cast their ballots. I want to thank Jodie Foster and every woman who participated in this effort for making their voices heard and encouraging others to do the same.”
Directed by Jodie Foster, the women featured ask viewers if they care about issues such as immigration, healthcare, climate change, women’s rights, LGBTQ rights, basic human rights, gun safety and gun reform, and tell them if so, to not lose hope but to “Vote. Because It Matters.”