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Dodgers News: David Price Helping Fans Get Registered to Vote in California

Unlike baseball, voting is not a spectator sport!



The Dodgers are getting even more involved in the voting process in California, now more than ever before. After opening up Dodger Stadium to become a polling enter this coming November, players are now starting to get involved. 

This week, the Dodgers David Price made an appearance on The Voting Playbook, a series by Yahoo Sports that allow players to get fans to register to vote. Price urged Dodgers fans and everyone in California to make sure to be registered to have their voices heard this November. 

The deadline to register online to vote in California is October 19th, though you can register in person on election day as well. Price goes on to talk about the entire process, as well as his experience in getting to vote. 

When I turned 18, that was a day that will always stick with me, it’s a day that I will always remember. Having that right to be able to vote and fulfilling that purpose to me was a very speicla time to me. It’s something that I look forward to doing every time I have the chance to vote. Can’t wait to see you guys at the polls on November 3rd. 

The Dodgers landed David Price as a part of the trade that also got them Mookie Betts from Boston. Price chose to opt out of the 2020 season due to concerns for the health of his family. Although he is not with the team, Price is still making an impact from a distance. Most recently, he talked about watching games and communicating with players on what he’s seeing during those games. 

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Written by Brook Smith

Brook is the Senior Editor of Dodgers Nation, with several years of experience in sports journalism. He is an avid Dodgers and Lakers fan, and can be spotted fairly often at Dodger Stadium and Staples Center.

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  1. At 18 years of age you also have the right to serve your country in the military. Did you take that opportunity as well. It is great to hear that Dodgers players are helping people to register and vote. To get involved in the political process and support the people who will create laws to protect our country, it’s people and our Constitutional rights as citizens. I also hope they are educating people about the freedom to realize they can live the American dream and of course they are free to choose a life of submission and bondage to an all seeing, ubiquitous government. Choose wisely, it may be your last chance to vote in this life.

    • Joining the military would be serving the all seeing ubiquitous government fighting their battles that aren’t about keeping us safe but rather for nefarious agendas that actually make us unsafe

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