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With every election, the stakes have never seemed higher, and given the intensity of last night’s first Presidential debate, well, that feeling seems even more acute this year, particularly for women voters. That’s why Jezebel has teamed up with over 50 other women’s media properties working with Rock the Vote in their #OurVoteCounts initiative with the goal of getting at least 100,000 women registered to vote for 2016.
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