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With 4 Days Left, Will.i.am Debuts an Election Video

Will.i.am, who created the “Yes, We Can” video that became a viral video hit during Barack Obama’s 2008 run, today debuted a new video, “#GreatTimes,” which urges viewers to get out and vote.

The 1-minute spot does not expressly promote Obama’s reelection, but Will.i.am continues to support the president and has donated to his campaign.

Instead, the video is “a reminder on what this election is all about,” according to the singer’s YouTube page.

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