Group Drives Through Pittsburgh Urging People to Vote

Members of a voter rights group drove through the streets of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, urging people to vote in the US Midterm Elections on November 8.

Footage from 1HoodPower shows members of their organization riding on a trailer while playing music from a PA system as they encourage people to vote in the midterms.

Pennsylvania is one of the key swing states that will determine the fate of the Senate, with Democratic Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman and Republican Mehmet Oz in a battle to succeed retiring Sen Pat Toomey. Credit: @1HoodPower via Storyful

Video transcript

- --our vote. We're going to cast our vote. But I say, we're going to cast our vote. We're going to cast our vote.

- Everybody.

- (SINGING) Everybody.

- Yeah, I'm telling everybody. Everybody. Woo!

- (SINGING) Everybody.

- Woo!

- [INAUDIBLE] through the [INAUDIBLE], it's crazy.

- Yeah. Rest in peace--

--our vote. We're going to cast our vote. But I say, we're going to cast our vote. We're going to cast our vote.

- Everybody.

- (SINGING) Everybody.

- Yeah, I'm telling everybody. Everybody. Woo!

- (SINGING) Everybody.

- Woo!

- [INAUDIBLE] through the [INAUDIBLE], it's crazy.

- Yeah. Rest in peace--

--our vote. We're going to cast our vote. But I say, we're going to cast our vote. We're going to cast our vote.

- Everybody.

- (SINGING) Everybody.

- Yeah, I'm telling everybody. Everybody. Woo!

- (SINGING) Everybody.

- Woo!

- [INAUDIBLE] through the [INAUDIBLE], it's crazy.

- Yeah. Rest in peace--

--our vote. We're going to cast our vote. But I say, we're going to cast our vote. We're going to cast our vote.

- Everybody.

- (SINGING) Everybody.

- Yeah, I'm telling everybody. Everybody. Woo!

- (SINGING) Everybody.

- Woo!

- [INAUDIBLE] through the [INAUDIBLE], it's crazy.

- Yeah. Rest in peace--