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9 Fashion Companies Helping to Get Out the Vote for the Midterms

The countdown is on. With the 2018 midterm elections just one day away, many footwear and fashion companies are helping to encourage voter participation.
Without a doubt, this election season has been one of the most supercharged in recent history and is poised to attract a record turnout. But companies like Walmart, Patagonia and New Balance aren’t taking any chances and have launched initiatives to help get employees and consumers to the polls.
Here is how nine fashion firms are making an impact:
Levi’s
The company is among the members of the Time to Vote movement, even working with Rock the Vote to register employees and get them educated about the democratic process. Along with employee engagement programs, Levi’s is offering a T-shirt that supports the cause, retailing for $25 on its website, with all proceeds going to the Rock the Vote nonpartisan organization.
New Balance
The athletic company has teamed up with digital outfit Betches on a social media campaign to excite and engage young female voters. And together, they will be driving New York City residents to the polls on Nov. 6 in their double-decker party bus. Find out how to catch a ride here.
Nordstrom
The Seattle-based retail company sent a statement to employees this

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