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Leonardo DiCaprio Lends His Voice To Encourage Voters To Vote!

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Leonardo DiCaprio Lends His Voice For Encouraging People To Vote

This year’s election is one of the most important ones in the history of US politics. While Trump and Biden are fighting it out every day, people are sceptical about whether they should vote or not. With the coronavirus pandemic, the thought of not voting is increasing among the people. For the same reason, Leonardo DiCaprio has decided to join hands with Vox Media encouraging people to cast their votes this year to make a change. DiCaprio typically remains silent but has agreed to give his voice for this noble cause.

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How Is Leonardo DiCaprio Helping People To Vote

Vox Media is coming up with a new series called Whose Vote Counts, Explained. The project is a joint production of Vox and Vox Media Studios and Appian Way Productions. For one episode, Leonardo DiCaprio will be the narrator who will underline many aspects relating to the election. In the episode, he says the line, β€œIn 1776, voting was a privilege, almost exclusively for white men with property.” The series is a limited one and contains only three episodes. All three of them are very small but will hopefully be useful.

Who Are In The Other Episodes Of Whose Vote Counts, Explained

As mentioned before, the series consists of three episodes. Every episode has the main narrator, and a celebrity lends his voice for the same. For one episode, DiCaprio is giving his voice. Interestingly, the next two episodes are narrated by two singers- Selena Gomez and John Legend. John Legend would be vouching for Biden as he wouldn’t be in line with Trump’s take on the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Leonardo DiCaprio Joins The List Of Celebrities Encouraging People To Vote

DiCaprio has now joined a big list of celebrities who are encouraging people to turn out in large numbers to vote on November 3. Moreover, celebrities are associating with different campaigns that have the same purpose. For example, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Robert Downey Jr., and Gwyneth Paltrow have taken part in the I Am A Voter Campaign.

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