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‘Captain Marvel’ Star Brie Larson Says Voting Is A Precarious Experience

Brie Larson, best known for portraying ‘Captain Marvel‘ in Marvel Universe superhero movies, highlighted the importance of voting in person; with a post shared amid ongoing elections in the United States, through her verified Instagram account.

Academy Award-winning actor posted a series of photos includes selfies of both holding a handbag with “VOTE” on it and wearing a basic white t-shirt with an “I VOTED” sticker on it, and added a caption that reads:

Voting can be a precarious experience. Turns out some vote by mail ballots don’t show up to your home, like in my case this year!”

Larson, who is familiar with sharing posts concerning social issues, such as body positivity, racial equalities, and rights of voting, made suggestions for their followers to make their votes counted:

“So what did I do? I put on my mask, placed my voter guide in my handy dandy VOTE purse, and drove my ass down to my local polling location to request a ballot and VOTED. It may not be as easy as we want it to be, but even a complicated journey to having your vote counted is a journey worth embarking on.”

Then the ‘Room’ star recommended people to vote in person or to drop their mail-in ballot at the local box if they did not vote. Otherwise, the votes would not get there on time to be counted. She concluded her message as follows:

Your voice matters. Your vote is valid. And I am wishing you all the strength in fighting any battles on your vote 2020 journey!”

See below to find Larson’s mentioned Instagram post.

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Voting can be a 𝔭𝔯𝔢𝔠𝔞𝔯𝔦𝔬𝔲𝔰 experience. Turns out some vote by mail ballots don't show up to your home, like in my case this year! 𝓢𝓸, 𝔀𝓱𝓪𝓽 𝓭𝓲𝓭 𝓘 𝓭𝓸? I put on my mask, placed my voter guide in my handy dandy VOTE purse and drove my ass down to my local polling location to request a ballot and VOTED. It may not be as easy as we want it to be, but even a complicated journey to having your vote counted is a journey worth embarking on. Vote in person if you haven’t yet voted, or drop your mail in ballot at your local ballot box (don't mail it now as it may not get there on time to be counted!). Your voice matters. Your vote is valid. And I am wishing you all the strength in fighting any battles on your vote 2020 journey! For more resources, visit IWillVote.com and if you run into any problems voting or have questions call 866-OUR-VOTE 🗳 💕 #Vote

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