Will Ferrell, one of the funniest men on the planet, has reportedly put all the jokes away for a while and hustles up to get all the help he needs for getting the vote out for Democrats before the forthcoming midterm elections of 2018. Recently, Will Ferrell has travelled to Georgia for encouraging young people and older people as well to get up from their lazy gets and go out to seriously place votes for Stacey Abrams, the Democratic candidate as the Peach State’s new governor.
TMZ published a chain of social media posts on Sunday, 28th October which depicts a clipboard-wielding that Ferrell has been canvassing on behalf of Abrams’. Reportedly, Ferrell has been to Kennesaw State University. Ferrell allegedly handed out the stickers, encouraged voter registration, collected signatures and mobilised students to rush to the street and to join him to get the folks on the identical page for the ballot that is going to take place on 6th of November.
Farrell said in a video which was taken on the day of his advocacy that “We are very close to Election Day and I want to make sure that everyone knows how important it is for you to get out and vote early — to help canvass for Stacey Abrams. This is a significant election, not only for the future of Georgia but the future of the whole country.”
The official Twitter page of the Georgia Democrat tweeted that the recording is out with a snippet of a crowd of students who were chanting “I believe that we will win.”
Ferrell also said that people need to support Stacey Abrams to become Georgia’s governor to continue the economic growth of the state. Ferrell was also invited to a radio show of Frank and Wanda in the Morning and told Atlanta’s people to support Abrams.