AMANDA: I’m really passionate about voter rights and voter protection rights. Whether you’re young or old or a minority or from a low-income community, everybody should have access to voting. As President, Hillary Clinton is going to do a couple of different things to make sure everybody across the board has access to voting. As soon as you turn 18, you are going to be automatically registered to vote. Which is so crucial, so important. And she is going to implement that early voting be across all 50 states nationwide 20 days before Election Day. You’re gonna have this space and this window making it easier for nurses and teachers—anybody who has kind of a hard schedule—making those hours easier for them to go and not wait in a long line on Election Day. I think that’s why I’m here because we all are different people and different stories and embody so much but altogether we’re trying to fight for the same thing as families, and our children, and the future of this country, and she knows that firsthand better than any candidate.