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Keegan-Michael Key to host voter registration event in Detroit today


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You know what's funny? Michigan native Keegan-Michael Key doing literally anything. You know what's not funny? Not voting because shit is fucked and every single vote counts. In the time it took you to read this, you could have registered to vote and/or reported one of Trump's tweets .

Anyway, back to Key who has teamed up with funny lady Loni Love to host a voter registration rally in Detroit today, Thursday, Sept. 27, as part of When We All Vote's week of action.

The When We All Vote campaign was launched by Michelle Obama in July ahead of the midterm elections. The initiative provides resources and information on voting and urges folks to organize their own voter registration events so that we can get this shit back on track.

The event will take place today at 5 p.m. at IBEW Local 58 located in Detroit at 1358 Abbott St. The event is free but registration is required. You can do that here.

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