What Michelle Obama said in the last election week

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With just one day left until the 2020 elections, Republicans and Democrats have their hands full to get the final push on the election.

Former First Lady Michelle Obama has been urging the public to drop out and vote Democratic in key states as her husband Barack Obama has been on the trail of Joe Biden in the election campaign.

Mrs. Obama has been very active in the social media in recent days and has shared resources to help people vote safely and on time in their state.

On November 1, Michelle shared a series of photos on Twitter and called on followers to launch an “election command”.

“If we all vote, we can make sure that no one is left behind,” she wrote, “If you haven’t voted yet, make sure you join your #VotingSquad and make a plan to vote together on #ElectionDay. You can find your polling place at http://weall.vote/hub.”

If we all vote, we can make sure no one gets left behind. If you haven’t voted yet, make sure you get in line with your #VotingSquad and make a plan to vote together on #ElectionDay.

You can find your polling place at https://t.co/l7RsDINtgX. pic.twitter.com/nnOkANErn8

– Michelle Obama (@MichelleObama) November 1, 2020

She also thanked the first-time voters for coming to the polls this year and for showing a video about Lebron James’ mother’s experience in voting.

“I couldn’t be prouder of all the first-time voters out there, including the mother of @KingJames,” she said, “There is too much at stake to sit this one out. Make your plan to vote right now.”

It’s not too late to make your voice heard. You can still register in some states. And everyone can vote from now until Tuesday, November 3, the last day of the election.

Make your plan to vote on #ElectionDay at https://t.co/l7RsDINtgX. pic.twitter.com/4A0fFBepjA

– Michelle Obama (@MichelleObama) October 31, 2020

On October 31, Michelle announced an infographic in which she told her supporters that in some states there was still time to register to vote.

“It is not too late to make your voice heard,” she said, “in some states you can still register. And everyone can vote from now until Tuesday, November 3, the last day of the election”.

Earlier, Michelle tweeted about how she and Jill Biden had joined forces to show their gratitude to the military families on campaign day and over the years.

“Jill and I have worked extensively with veterans and military families over the years,” she wrote, “Her experience as a military mother was the heart and soul of this work. The Bidens know of the sacred obligation we have to our heroic men and women in uniform – because they lived it.

Jill and I have worked a lot with veterans and military families over the years. Her experience as a military mother was the heart and soul of this work. The Bidens know of the sacred obligation we have to our heroic men and women in uniform – because they lived it. https://t.co/O8RmwosnUy

– Michelle Obama (@MichelleObama) October 30, 2020

On October 30, Michelle dedicated a special item to women, especially the importance of women’s voting rights.

A moving ode to women in politics and to women making a difference in society was brought to you by a video dedicated to the women who won the right to vote in the recent women’s marches.

There are no limits to what we can achieve as women when we use our voice and our right to vote. With only a few days left before the election, we must continue to appear and vote in undeniable numbers, because our lives depend on it. Vote for Joe and Kamala. https://t.co/vS12U5kabm pic.twitter.com/NXdP6z0eh1

– Michelle Obama (@MichelleObama) October 30, 2020

“There is no limit to what we can achieve as women if we use our votes and our right to vote,” she twittered, “With only a few days left before the election, we must continue to appear and vote in undeniable numbers, because our lives depend on it. Vote for Joe and Kamala.”

Previously, the former First Lady had already supported Biden in a video on October 7th in which she also launched a devastating attack on Trump.

“In the greatest crisis of our lives, he doubled the division and resentment and railed against measures that could have mitigated the damage,” Michelle said about Trump and his administration’s response to the coronavirus crisis.

“Seven months later, he still has no plan for this virus. Seven months later, he still won’t consistently wear a mask and encourage others to do the same,” Obama said. “Instead, he continues to gas the American people by pretending that this pandemic is not a real threat.

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