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[TRANSCRIPT & DESC: NAD logo at the bottom right corner. Black background with a blue/gray ribbon slides in with black text “HOUSE REPS & SENATE?” and disappears. Another blue/gray ribbon slides in with black text “ELECTORAL COLLEGE?” and disappears. Another blue/gray ribbon slides in with black text “NATIONAL PARTIES?” and disappears. Another blue/gray ribbon slides in with black text “MAIN IN / ABSENTEE / ALL-MAIL?” and disappears. Another blue/gray ribbon slides in with black text “STRAIGHT TICKET VOTING?” and disappears. White “VOTE FOR LOCAL & STATE OFFICIALS” and bright blue “?” appear on the screen then Kim appears.

KIM: Elections are important each time because you are not only voting for the President and Vice President but you are also voting for state and local government officials who make decisions that impact you everyday such as how your town is being run, your tax money is spent, how your roads are taken care of, how your schools operate and how the justice system operates to name a few. When you vote, below the options for the President, Vice President, U.S. Senators and U.S. Representatives – you will see candidates for Mayor, City Council, School Board, State Senator, State Representative, Attorney General, Governor, Lt. Governor, Auditor, County Supervisor, Judge, Clerk of Court, and Sheriff. All these positions affect your daily life, it is important that you vote for each position!

Black background with bright blue “GO” and white “VOTE”. Video cuts to a dark blue background. Red alphabet letters of “N-A-D” in American Sign Language appear one by one in the center of the video. The copyright text appears in white underneath, “National Association of the Deaf, Copyright 2020, All Rights Reserved”.]

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