October Surprise: Alyssa Milano Delivers Voting Primer That We Can All Endorse

Virginia Kruta | Associate Editor

Actress Alyssa Milano posted a video on Sunday that offered a question-and-answer session, pulled from her own Twitter account, about the dos and don’ts of voting in the November 6th midterm election.

WATCH:

Although Milano is a frequent — and very vocal — critic of the Trump administration, her short Twitter video breaks down some frequently-asked questions in a simple, concise and non-partisan manner.

Actress Alyssa Milano attends a protest against U.S. President Donald Trump's announcement that he plans to reinstate a ban on transgender individuals from serving in any capacity in the U.S. military, in Times Square, in New York City, New York, U.S., July 26, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Actress Alyssa Milano attends a protest against U.S. President Donald Trump’s announcement that he plans to reinstate a ban on transgender individuals from serving in any capacity in the U.S. military, in Times Square, in New York City, New York, U.S., July 26, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

“Can I wear sweats when I vote?” was answered with a smile and the assertion that what you’re doing when you vote is more important than what you wear. Milano also added a caveat about wearing political t-shirts or buttons, warning that clothing interpreted as “electioneering” could bar you from voting.

Milano offered tips on what to do if you are turned away (ask for a provisional ballot) and how to handle questions if you’re uncomfortable telling others who you voted for on Election Day.

The video was a sharp departure from Milano’s tweets on Saturday, which blamed the Republican Party for everything that was wrong in the United States.

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And she suggested that the only way to solve any problems was for everyone to “vote Democratic.”

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