Everything wrong with how millennials are talked to about voting in one video.

Millennials make up 31% of the voting-eligible population of the U.S.

Nearly 70 million voting-age millennials could help swing next month's election — if they vote.

An April 2016 Pew Research study found that voting-age millennials (adults between the ages of 18 and 35) have nearly tied baby boomers (ages 52-70) in terms of their share of the electorate, both making up 31% of the voting-eligible population in the U.S.

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These Hollywood stars want you to help them 'Save the Day' this November.

It's never been more important to make your voice heard. This election, cast a ballot.

Joss Whedon assembled (most of) the Avengers — plus other super-famous people who sometimes play super-people — for a very important message about the upcoming election.

Yet another celebrity video on why you should vote. Only this time they're adding even more famous people because voting is kinda really super important. (via YouTube/SaveTheDay.Vote & storyful)

Posted by Upworthy on Thursday, September 22, 2016

They need our help to save the day, and there's one thing each of us can do on Nov. 8, 2016, to make that happen: Vote.

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