EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: RAPPER AND DJ LIL JON VOTES IN 2014 MIDTERM ELECTIONS IN GEORGIA AFTER NOT RECEIVING ABSENTEE BALLOT
Rock the Vote, the largest non-profit, non-partisan organization in the United States building the political power of young people, today released video of campaign spokesperson Lil Jon voting in the 2014 Midterm Elections in his home state of Georgia. Lil Jon flew into Atlanta on a 6am cross-country flight this morning after not receiving his absentee ballot from Georgia election officials.
View video and photos of Lil Jon voting today with an “I Voted” sticker.
Lil Jon tweeted about the incident earlier today:
6AM FLIGHT TO ATL TO VOTE BECAUSE GA NEVA SENT MY BALLOT AFTER NUMEROUS CALLS!!! U CANT DISCOURAGE ME! #VOTETODAY… http://on.fb.me/1wvkm59
“Lil Jon would not turn down the chance to turn out,” said Rock the Vote President Ashley Spillane. “We are proud to be working with him as our campaign spokesperson this year, and impressed with his dedication to participating in the democratic process.”
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