Is this election the most important election in American history? You’d be inclined to believe it checking social media. It’s become a constant conversation — sometimes hopeful, sometimes mired in frustration and disgust — but everyone across the aisle can agree that getting out to vote today (Nov. 6) is key to making our voices count.
The dance music community is all about unity, and the DJs and producers of the United States are showing pride in their civic duty. There are even some non-American DJs and producers who live in the United States urging those who can vote to exercise their right. It’s quite beautiful, really. The founding fathers would surely get their effing hands up for these ballot drops.
Participate and help the country put rational, inclusive, forward thinking, ideas and people into action!
— BRILLZ (@ItsBrillz) November 6, 2018
if you don’t vote today, i hope you get the floor all wet while washing the dishes because the stream of water hit a spoon at an awkward angle and then you step in it with socks on. also i will find out whatever show you’re watching and send you spoilers in the mail
— chet porter (@chetporter) November 6, 2018
us being Canadians that call the United States home and can’t vote but due to the global influence of the United States will be affected by these elections:
stg u better vote
— LOUD LUXURY (@LoudLuxury) November 6, 2018
If you have the power to vote, do it. Make that change —-
— TroyBoi (@TroyBoiMusic) November 6, 2018
Exercise your rights – GO VOTE.
— Liquid Stranger (@LiquidStranger) November 6, 2018
Expect long lines when you vote today… on the way out. You’ll be stuck behind hordes of people taking their “I Voted” selfies…
But seriously, get out there + vote today. Not just the US, but the WORLD needs this.#VoteDemocrat
— Funkagenda (@Funkagenda) November 6, 2018
Don’t forget to VOTE TODAY! pic.twitter.com/bWoH1RWH7k
— Moon Boots (@MoonBootsMusic) November 6, 2018
Assemble. Vote. Save the world! pic.twitter.com/PpNGJBsGAf
— THE BLACK MADONNA (@blackmadonnachi) November 6, 2018
my family immigrated to America in 1992
we became citizens in 2011
voting was not my birthright. it was something my family worked extremely hard for and finally earned after 20 years
if you were born in America, please do not waste your birthright today
go out and vote
— Jai Wolf (@JaiWolfx) November 6, 2018