Game Helping Transport New Yorkers Affected By Hurricane Sandy To Election Polls

posted November 06, 2012 06:30:00 PM CST | 35 comments

 Game Helping Transport New Yorkers Affected By Hurricane Sandy To Election Polls

Game says he's been helping New Yorkers affected by Hurricane Sandy get to their nearest voting stations.

Last week, Hurricane Sandy left thousands of people with power and water, and in severe cases, with out homes. Now, with 2012 Preseidential Election on hand, Compton emcee Game has been lending a hand to those affected byt the storm in New York to make it to the polls.

Game spoke to Fuse TV about how he's given 500 New Yorkers $20 a piece to purchase train tickets. He also explained that he's been providing people with rides to and from the nearest voting booth in or out of state.

"Well, what I wanted to do was try to encourage people to in New York [to vote]," he said. "I filed my absentee ballot for Obama, so when I got out here, I wanted to just give 500 people $20 to get on the train [and] we went to some gas stations, picked people up, took 'em to vote and took 'em back."

Check out the full interview below.

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