Wiz Khalifa & Snoop Dogg’s ‘High Road’ Tour Is Helping Voter Registration
by Staff Editor
For those who think hip-hop can’t impact the world, think again.
In addition to Pusha T, Hillary Clinton and our own Karen Civil’s #DeleteYourAccount initiative, which not only endorses Hillary as president, but also encourages young adults to vote, we now have the same sort of help from Wiz and Snoop Dogg through their “High Road” tour.
In partnership with The Hip Hop Caucus’ Respect My Vote! campaign, Wiz and Snoop have provided voter registration and information booths during each U.S. city tour stop. The tour ends on September 2nd, which gives enough time for concertgoers to get registered before this year’s election.
Respect My Vote! is a non-partisan campaign that educates and engages youth, minority, and ex-felon voters through events, celebrity involvement, and social media. The Respect My Vote! booths at The High Road Summer Tour stops will allow attendees to register to vote, get more information on the election process, and learn how to stay connected to the issues that matter most to them.
Great work from Wiz and Snoop. We encourage those who aren’t registered to vote to visit here and make sure to do so before this year’s election.