There are 100 days before the 2020 presidential election, and practically every Wizards and Mystics player took to Twitter on Sunday to make sure you knew that.
John Wall, Bradley Beal and Natasha Cloud were among players to post a video featuring several players speaking out and provided links for people to register to vote.
Did you know that about 20% of eligible Americans that can vote in this year's election have not even registered?" the players said in a collective video. "So much is happening right now in our neighborhoods, in our communities and in our country. Voting is a direct way. You can elect leaders who reflect your values and bring changes you want to see."
A number of players also quoted the late John Lewis, a civil-rights leader who passed away on July 17.
"The vote is the most POWERFUL nonviolent tool we have," Cloud and Ian Mahinmi wrote.
Other players to get involved in this call to action include Tianna Hawkins, Emma Meessemen, Alaina Coates and Essence T. Carson.
The Wizards and Mystics have been incredibly active within their community, including when they led a Black Lives Matter protest through Washington D.C. on Juneteenth.
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