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Avengers’ Mark Ruffalo Reveals How He Is Getting Black People To The Polls

Avengers’ Mark Ruffalo Reveals How He Is Getting Black People To The Polls

One of the actors from Avengers: End Game and Avengers: Infinity War, Mark Ruffalo, announced on his Twitter account that he would have a conversation with activist Mondale Robinson about how people can easily vote and reach to the polls.

Ruffalo, who is known for his role as Hulk in the franchise, uploaded a new video of himself, and the conversation would be aired on his official Instagram page bat 11 a.m.

This conversation will take place through the ‘Black Male Voter Project’, an organization that encourages black men to regularly and actively participate in the voting and election process.

He also will reveal how he is getting people, especially from the black community, to the polls.

Here’s what Mark stated:

“Tomorrow (9/4) at 11 a.m. EDT, I’ll be going live on my Instagram with Mondale Robinson from the Black Male Voter Project. It’s going to be a great conversation about how he’s getting people to the polls. Join us!”

In addition to Mark Ruffalo, many famous names encourage citizens of the United States to vote. The reason for this is that the voting rate in the country is very low. Black people especially do not prefer to vote in elections.

Check out the Twitter post below.

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