“When I was younger, I was really bad at t-Ball

“When I was younger, I was really bad at t-Ball. One day after losing a game I went up to my dad and asked him, ‘Why am I not as good as the boys?’ My dad explained that I can’t ever use the fact that I’m a girl as an excuse. Sometimes, I had to work twice as hard to get just as far. My dad believed that I could do whatever I set my mind to – even be president, but I never believed him because I never had an example or role model. For that and many other reasons, I look up to Hillary Clinton. I want my girls – when I have children– to know that they can be anything, even the president of the United States.” –Allie on why Hillary Clinton has become a role model to her. #NVtogether

“A lot people aren’t aware of the impact that they could have

“A lot people aren’t aware of the impact that they could have. They think that their vote doesn’t count, but it’s not true. I tell people that we could lose by one vote and it could be your vote that helps us win. Informing the people, that’s the important part.”

-Imari, on why she volunteers to register people to vote #NVtogether

“I mostly joined the campaign for Immigration reasons

“I mostly joined the campaign for Immigration reasons. I’m an immigrant, so I want to give others the opportunity that now I have. Today, my whole family has papers, but ten years ago we didn’t have papers. We didn’t even have a house. Now, I feel lucky and I want to give back to the community and our country.”

-Kevin, on why he registered people to vote this Weekend of Action #NVtogether