Bryan Cranston, who is in our memories with the character of Walter White in one of the best TV series in the history of television, supports the methods of making it easier for people to vote, which is the most important thing in his life.
As you know, elections will take place on 3 November and there is only a short time left. Bryan Cranston also made an important statement on Instagram at National Voter Registration Day to highlight the importance of people voting.
Cranston encourages fans to a charity campaign against a method used by the states in Florida. In his statement, the actor said that formerly convicted individuals are faced with fees and fines before they can register, and many can’t afford those.
Here’s what he said:
“Today is National Voter Registration Day, as you know it’s a matter I care deeply about. On this day, I want to encourage us to help those voters in Florida who may be challenged by their state’s pay-to-vote system, meaning formerly convicted individuals are faced with fees & fines before they can register, and many can’t afford those. I recently learned that there are over 18million previously incarcerated people who are eligible to vote.”
He shared a link to a donation site to help people facing this challenge, and urges people to do their best. He continued:
“Let’s do what we can to give them back that right. I’ll be donating to wegotthevote.org/freethevote, join me? Oh, and don’t forget to get YOUR registration in. Vote however you want, just make sure your voice is heard.”
See the Instagram post below.