While a lot of us — NBA players as well as fans — were glued to their television and other screens on Tuesday, Devin Cannady was getting a closer look at the election process. The Long Island Nets player who had been in Brooklyn’s training camp last year worked as a poll worker in his home state of Indiana.
Cannady tweeted about his experience on Wednesday. The 24-year-old who graduated Princeton in May with a degree in sociology saw the job as patriotic...
It’s not rocket science, but the poll workers put their political parties aside and make sure the environment promotes an apolitical process to ensure a LEGITIMATE COUNT.— Devin Cannady (@devin_cannady3) November 5, 2020
In a text exchange with NetsDaily, Cannady further explained why he volunteered...
“My college teammate Ryan Schwieger co-founded the Poll Hero Project and inspired me to get involved,” he told Chris Milholen. “The best part was that my siblings (Delaina: 19, Dylan: 17) worked alongside me.”
“I’m confident that my generation will take these past four years and create a much better future.”
Earlier in the week, Cannady proudly tweeted out a short video when he received his poll watchers’ coronavirus safety kit.
Speaking of pride, after NetsDaily retweeted Cannady, Princeton’s official Twitter feed retweeted us.