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Participant Ariana Grande's # Sweetener & # 39; tour Someone may ask if you are registered to vote.



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9, at. 08:19 GMT

By Ludwig Hurtado

Ariana Grand's 29-state "Sweetener" offer a voter registration initiative at each stop, making her the latest superstar to try and motivate concert guests for the ballot.

The pop singer debuted the #thankunextgen, a game on her hit song "Thanks Next" during the March 18 show in Albany, New York, in partnership with a nonpartisan, nonprofit musician working organization to help register voters at concerts. She also promoted the campaign on Instagram, where she is the most sought-after woman with 148 million followers.

Sam Hardy, a HeadCount volunteer at the Grande's concert on March 20 at TD Garden in Boston, said she signed up because she is passionate about music but even more passionate about civic engagement.

Hardy, studying political science at Fordham University, approached fans waiting to buy goods to ask them if they were registered to vote.

In Massachusetts, citizens can sign up to vote for 16. Hardy said she spoke to fans as young as 12 and 13, who were thrilled to get involved in the political process – and then she asked them to to make a voter registration mortgage.

Fans making a promise are added to the HeadCount's system, which according to their state's law would send them an email on their 16 or 18th birthday and instruct them on how to register to vote.


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