The rapper revealed that he had never voted before and asked his fans to get involved.
An unusual pair came together to get out the vote this year.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom and rapper Snoop Dogg joined together in an Instagram livestream on Monday to promote voting.
The rapper revealed that he had never voted before - he believed his vote didn't matter, and that his criminal history made him ineligible.
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"When I went down to the polls to vote, I saw that it wasn't just about the White House. It was about city, local, it was about propositions," Snoop Dogg said.
Snoop Dogg said it took about 40 minutes to vote for the first time in Inglewood, much of that time spent taking photos with fans.
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