If it sometimes seems that everybody, and we do mean everybody, is making a PSA reminding you to vote this election, that's because they are.
The latest is from Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, who normally keeps her humor a little sharper and Twitter-ier, going for a broader appeal. This time she's dressed as Ghostface, the killer(s) from the "Scream" film franchise, calling "not voting" "scarier than Halloween."
It's the goofiest she's been since her viral no-penis video, dropped at the height of the #MeToo scandals, which was many Michigan voters' first exposure (ha ha) to Nessel. It was also a useful indicator of who in Michigan politics might lack a sense of humor when it comes to comedy based on secondary sex characteristics.
Anyway, here's Nessel showing her standup roots:
Halloween is scary. Voting shouldn't be. pic.twitter.com/tEZ1HozqE9— Dana Nessel (@dananessel) October 21, 2020