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October 25, 2012

Musicians and Olympians Join Sierra Club in Urging Americans to Vote

The Sierra Club teamed up with two musicians and three Olympic gold medalists to make a video offering an important message to Americans: if you care about the future of your family and the environment, get out and vote. In this special video message, musicians Jack Johnson and G Love, accompanied by gold medalists Nathan Adrian, Ashton Eaton, and Natalie Coughlin, explain how important it is to vote on November 6th.

Nathan Adrian sums up the stakes in this election, saying, "If you care about your kids' future, get out and vote." Jack Johnson adds, "If you care about a clean ocean for you and your family, then get out and vote."
The video marks the launch of a new website from the Sierra Club that provides resources to help voters find their polling place, understand their voting rights, and know what they need to vote. So come check out the video, which also features some great slide guitar from G Love, and then find out what you need to do, and where you need to go, to make your voice heard in November.


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