Meghan Markle is one of the 100 Most Influential Women in Marie Claire Magazine Article about the 2020 US Elections

The Duchess of Sussex participated in a Marie Claire Magazine article by writer Rachel Epstein titled "100 Influential Women on Why They’re Voting in the 2020 Election"

 Ms. Epstein writes:

"On November 3, 2020, millions of Americans will use their collective power to write our country’s next chapter. Voting isn’t just about choosing who represents us in the White House—it’s about determining who we want to lead our schools, our police departments, our courts."

 She continues:

"This month marks the centennial of women’s right to vote—though not all women were able to exercise that right immediately. The 19th Amendment was ratified in 1920, but it took an additional 45 years for the passage of the Voting Rights Act in 1965 to ban discriminatory Jim Crow laws that disenfranchised Black people. The fight continues today with voters in counties across the nation battling discriminatory practices that disproportionately affect people of color. A true democracy only exists when we all vote."

The magazine asked 100 influential women, a mix of celebrities, politicians, activists, authors, and business leaders, to share their reason for casting a ballot this fall.

Here are some of the reasons. 

The Duchess of Sussex participated in a Marie Claire Magazine article by writer Rachel Epstein titled "100 Influential Women on Why They’re Voting in the 2020 Election"



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