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Go out and vote: your life may depend on it, says immigrant rights activist and cancer survivor, Adela De La Torre

Go out and vote: your life may depend on it, says immigrant rights activist and cancer survivor, Adela De La Torre

Update: 2020-11-02
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On the eve of Election Day, more than 93 million people have already voted, either in person or by mail, but millions more will come out on Tuesday, November 3rd.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has claimed the lives of close to 230,000 people, health and the economy are the top issues driving voters to the polls.
Immigrant rights activist and breast cancer survivor, Adela De La Torre voted by mail because of her medical condition, and is using her experience to urge people to come out and vote, to preserve health coverage for those who risk losing it next year. 
This election, she says, is a matter of life and death. 

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Go out and vote: your life may depend on it, says immigrant rights activist and cancer survivor, Adela De La Torre

Go out and vote: your life may depend on it, says immigrant rights activist and cancer survivor, Adela De La Torre

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