Meghan rocks the vote!

Meghan Markle shares rare new picture with ‘I voted’ sticker

The Duchess of Sussex encouraged Americans to cast ballots, noting that she had done the same on Tuesday, November 8.

“In the US, election day is today! It’s time to cast your ballot. To find your polling place and make sure you are prepared to vote, text ARCHEWELL to 26797 “Along with a photo of herself wearing a cream sweater with a “I voted” sticker on the chest and a blue rain jacket, Meghan posted a message on the Archewell website.


Meghan wore her voter sticker

Meghan also provided advice for those getting ready to cast their ballots in Tuesday’s midterm elections, writing: “These reminders will be useful as you get ready to cast your ballot.

Make sure you have the proper identification to vote, research the issues on your ballot, and bring snacks, comfortable shoes, and a book or activity in case the lines are long. Also, check your polling place and hours.

No matter how long the line is, she continued, “If anyone intimidates you or tries to prevent you from exercising your right to vote, call the voter protection hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE.”


Meghan wore her voter sticker


Meghan has long advocated for encouraging people to vote, and in 2020 she spoke about the value of voting while participating in a virtual couch party with the United State of Women and the online event When We All Vote.

The Duchess spoke during the discussion and said: “The fact that you asked me to take part in this makes me incredibly happy; the moment is truly special.

“As I was thinking about this a little bit, I realized that when I think about voting and why this is so extraordinarily important for all of us, I would frame it as follows: we vote to honor those who came before us and protect those who will come after us because that is what community is about.”


Meghan wore her voter sticker


When We All Vote is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that seeks to alter voting culture in order to increase election participation and reduce racial and age voting disparities. The former First Lady Michelle Obama, Tom Hanks, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Janelle Monae, Chris Paul, Faith Hill, and Tim McGraw served as co-chairs for its 2018 launch. 2

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