Kendall Jenner has a message to all her dolls: You better get ready to rock the vote!
On National Voter's Registration Day, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star appeared in a brand-new video by Independent Journal where she explains to eligible voters—young women especially—that it's more than necessary to get involved before the 2016 Presidential election.
"Every day, we vote. We're able to express our opinions online with links and hashtags," she shared. "But when it comes to the right to vote, it always hasn't been that easy, especially for women."
The 19-year-old begins to share history of a group of women who called themselves suffragettes as they fought to have the right to vote.
"Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton started the National Women's Suffrage Association in 1869," Jenner explained. "Suffragettes took the fight nationwide, starting state-by-state campaigns pushing for women's rights to vote."
After dedication and plenty of passion, all women nationwide were able to vote once the 19th amendment was signed into law. As a result, Jenner believes it's our duty to make a difference.
"Because of suffragettes and their battle, gender doesn't matter," she concluded after wearing multiple looks. "But your vote always can. I'm Kendall Jenner. I'm 19 and I'm here to rock the vote."
With the presidential campaign underway, some Kardashian family members have shown their support for one candidate. In fact, Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner and Kanye West have all been vocal with their admiration for Hillary Clinton ever since they met her at an event.
"I got my selfie!!! I really loved hearing her speak & hearing her goals for our country!" Kim shared on social media. "#HillaryForPresident."
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