CHICAGO (CBS) — Former First Lady Michelle Obama is going across the country with a single message: go out and vote.

At a rally in Florida on Friday, Obama spoke about the importance of voting. She also urged the crowd to get their friends and family registered to vote.

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It’s part of an organization launched by Mrs. Obama called “When We All Vote.” She said she’s on a mission to change the culture around voting.

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“When you don’t vote, what you’re really doing is letting someone else take power over your own life,” said Obama.

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She said she’s not holding the events to campaign for any particular candidate, only for people to understand why every vote matters.