Your vote counts,” he said in one instance.
Every single vote counts,” he said in another.
Vote early, and don’t let your friends sit this election out.” Gore outlined the need for a president who prioritizes the climate crisis — “a president who gets it, who cares about it, who’s internalized it, who’s passionate about it, who’s determined to lead our country and with our country to lead the world at the key moment when we really do have the opportunity to solve this climate crisis and make our country stronger and more prosperous at the same time,” he said.
Gore acknowledged that he was stumping for Clinton because “every vote counts.” “That’s why I am here and that’s why I will vote for Hillary Clinton,” he continued.
I know that your vote counts.” He told skeptics who are wary that they can solve the climate crisis to remember that “the will to change and build a brighter future is itself a renewable resource” — a line Clinton extolled as the two shook hands and hugged to conclude the rally.