PRIDE Museum Donates 400 Themed Masks To Help Increase Women's Voting Presence In The 2020 Election
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PRIDE Museum's 'Mask Me Network' project has produced and distributed 400 pieces of 3-Layered Cloth Washable and Reusable Masks to encourage voter registration and participation by women in the 2020 Election.

SAN JOSE, Calif. - Californer -- PRIDE Museum nonprofit organization is concentrated on the large group of 30-and-under potential voters and has also placed a strong emphasis on reaching women voters.

Jacqueline S. Anderson, PRIDE Museum Executive Senior Technologist, continues to influence through social media and draws attention to the power of a woman's vote.

"Vote for a woman because she is a woman. Women introduce one more necessary element of diversity, pushing laws in areas, including health care, civil rights and issues affecting families, frequently prioritized by female and male voters, forcing men to address these issues in the process. Women make up 54% of registered voters and nearly 51% of the country, and yet - have been left out of the political process for far too long. It is time for women to have an opportunity to represent the people, and it should be a priority for every man who has ever had a mother, sister or daughter. Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, has already proven that women can win when she won the popular vote in the 2016 presidential election by a margin of almost 3MM. Cast a women's gender as an electoral strength."

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