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Kendall Jenner urges voter registration in first Instagram Live, more news

Wonderwall Logo By Wonderwall.com Editors of Wonderwall | Slide 1 of 10: Kendall Jenner just took Instagram live for a spin for the first time. In honor of National Voter Registration Day, which fell on Tuesday, the model invited Jon Favreau -- the political commentator, not the actor and director -- to join her for a video chat about how high the stakes are for this year's election on Nov. 3., which is now just 42 days away. "Happy National Voter Registration Day! As I'm getting ready to vote, I wanted to make sure you guys were ready to vote, and registered, and feeling great about it," Kendall told viewers as the Live got underway (via JustJared). From there, the two discussed everything from voter suppression and voter turnout to the biggest issues in the year's election. "If you don't like what's happening in America right now, I honestly think this election is your last chance to change it," Jon said at one point. "Voting won't elect a savior, it won't solve all our problems, but voting will give us a chance to do something about climate change, systemic racism, healthcare, and education." He added that casting a vote is also a chance to correct some of the problems plaguing American politics in 2020 -- and to ensure that "that we're not all at each other's throats like we are right now." You can make sure you're registered to vote -- or find out if you're eligible to vote early or vote by mail -- by texting VOTER to 26797.Keep reading to see what Christina Anstead's up to in the wake of her split ...

Kendall Jenner tries out Instagram Live for a good cause

Kendall Jenner just took Instagram live for a spin for the first time. In honor of National Voter Registration Day, which fell on Tuesday, the model invited Jon Favreau -- the political commentator, not the actor and director -- to join her for a video chat about how high the stakes are for this year's election on Nov. 3., which is now just 42 days away. "Happy National Voter Registration Day! As I'm getting ready to vote, I wanted to make sure you guys were ready to vote, and registered, and feeling great about it," Kendall told viewers as the Live got underway (via JustJared). From there, the two discussed everything from voter suppression and voter turnout to the biggest issues in the year's election. "If you don't like what's happening in America right now, I honestly think this election is your last chance to change it," Jon said at one point. "Voting won't elect a savior, it won't solve all our problems, but voting will give us a chance to do something about climate change, systemic racism, healthcare, and education." He added that casting a vote is also a chance to correct some of the problems plaguing American politics in 2020 -- and to ensure that "that we're not all at each other's throats like we are right now." You can make sure you're registered to vote -- or find out if you're eligible to vote early or vote by mail -- by texting VOTER to 26797.

Keep reading to see what Christina Anstead's up to in the wake of her split ...

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