YouTuber Adam Crigler headed to Arizona on Monday when he realized that he wasn’t registered to vote in his home state of Maryland.
“This morning I found out my registration to vote in Maryland didn’t go through. Turns out I am still registered in Arizona. So I booked myself a flight,” Crigler wrote on Instagram.
Crigler also posted updates on Twitter, admitting that his registration to vote “didn’t go through” in Maryland.
“I was pissed,” the YouTuber wrote. “I checked it out and turns out I am still registered to vote in Arizona. SO I JUST BOOKED A FLIGHT AND I LEAVE IN 2 HOURS.”
Social media influencer flies across the country to make his vote count. https://t.co/yIcgV2QxR3
— Adam Crigler (@AdamCrigler) November 3, 2020
“This is absolutely an Adam thing to do, he’s known to procrastinate a little bit but I think it’s always kind of worked out to his advantage,” said Mitchell Wherry, Crigler’s business manager.
According to KVOA, Crigler has been vocal on his YouTube channel about exercising one’s right to vote. The report mentioned that Crigler was in Maryland at 10 a.m. local time Monday morning. He landed in Tucson at 8:30 Monday night “without a doubt in his mind because, he says, voting this year is as important as ever.”
Crigler has made it clear that he supports President Trump.
“In case there was any doubt. I will be voting for @realDonaldTrump,” he tweeted.