Chance The Rapper hasn't been quiet about this election. He's gone well above his civic duty to help get out the vote. Every stop on the Magnificent Coloring World Tour offered voter registration, he preformed at a Hillary rally in Ohio, and last night, he appeared in a campaign ad alongside Jay Z, Beyonce, J. Cole, and Big Sean. Now, he's literally leading young voters to the polls.
Chance's Parade to the Polls began with a free concert Monday afternoon featuring Twin Peaks, Malcolm London, his brother Taylor Bennett, and himself, and then turned into a thousand-person march from Grant Park to an early voting super centre in The Loop.
A Cook County Clerk told ABC 7 Chicago that as of about 8 p.m. Monday evening, early voting had reached over 438,212 ballots, nearly double the previous record set in 2012.
Watch videos of the parade below. And please, if you're eligible, march your own ass to the voting booth.
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