'My ancestors fought too hard for me not to vote': Seahawks make voting a priority, urge others to do the same

SEATTLE — Two weeks after his 18th birthday, DeeJay Dallas registered to vote in Georgia on Sept. 29, 2016. The Seahawks’ rookie running back was eager to participate in the electoral process again this year, and Georgia state records show his absentee ballot was accepted there Oct. 27.“Whether you’re a Republican or a Democrat or an independent, it’s your God-given birthright to get out and vote,” said Dallas, a native of Brunswick, Ga. “My ancestors fought too hard for me not to vote.”Political activism has never been more prevalent in professional sports than it has in 2020, and few teams h…

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