Raptors Release Video Detailing Voting Process for Americans Abroad
“Let’s all vote and make change together.”
Rookie Terence Davis and a number of other Toronto Raptors players and coaches were featured in a short video released on all of the team’s social media platforms.
The video acts as a public service announcement detailing how Americans living abroad can still register to vote in the upcoming U.S. presidential elections. Throughout the league’s hiatus, the Raptors have continued to support social justice and keeping the conversation of change ongoing. One way to create change is of course to vote – an opportunity for every member of society to allow their voice to be heard.
The video directs voters to FVAP.gov, which ensures that voters “are aware of their right to vote and have the tools and resources to successfully do so – from anywhere in the world.” The elections are just over four months away, slated to take place in November.
“Our buses and our messaging and the coaches wearing pins and the floor and the backs of jerseys it’s awesome,” Raptors head coach Nick Nurse said. “But we’ve got to remember that when we started all this we were looking for some concrete, long-lasting change and really impactful things.”
Patrick McCaw, Matt Thomas, Fred VanVleet, and Malcolm Miller are other members of the team who appeared in the video.