The date for the Friends reunion show may still be up in the air, but there’s one date that is not up for debate: November 3, 2020. That’s the next Election Day in the U.S. with many important races on the ballot, including that for president.
Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow reunited for a new video to encourage their fans to get out and vote in November. In the silent PSA, Aniston is seen whispering something to Cox, while Kudrow nods. It’s aptly titled, “Friends don’t let friends skip elections.”
Kudrow also posted a still image from the video with the same message on her Instagram feed.
Jennifer Aniston shared Courteney Cox’s post in her stories, along with a couple more messages to help get out the vote.
July 26 marked 100 days until the November election, and the Friends actors weren’t the only stars reminding people to get registered to vote. One Tree Hill stars Sophia Bush, Hilarie Burton, and Bethany Joy Lenz hopped on a video call to share the message.
Michelle Obama, of course, got involved. “100 Days Until Election Day. We are just #100Days away from the 2020 election. And the truth is, this election could not be more important for the future of our country,” she wrote on Instagram. “Make sure to register to vote or sign up to volunteer with @WhenWeAllVote today at whenweallvote.org/100days.”
For more information about registering to vote or making sure you are still registered at your current address, you can check out I Am a Voter’s website. They can also send you election reminders. Michelle Obama’s When We All Vote campaign offers similar services.
However you do it, make sure you and your friends are registered ahead of November—Monica, Phoebe, and Rachel really want you to.
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