It's officially fall which means pumpkins, scarves, sweater weather and of course, election season.
That's precisely why Rock the Vote is gearing up — with the help of several famous faces — to encourage everyone to educate themselves and make their voices heard in the polls.
Lena Dunham, Glee's Darren Criss, Sophia Bush, Fred Armisen, Orange Is the New Black's Natasha Lyonne, celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson, Whoopi Goldberg, Devendra Banhart, Ionna Gika and Gabriel Valenciano all team up for a special rendition of Lil Jon's hit, "Turn Down for What."
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The twist? The new track is called "Turn Out for What."
Rock the Vote Spokesperson, Audrey Gelman, told Buzzfeed that the organization hopes to drum up attention surrounding the latest hot-button items like marriage equality, global warming, women's rights and much, much more.
"We hope that the video will connect the dots between caring about an issue and turning out to make a difference," Gelman explained.
"Even in a year where the president isn't on the ballot."
And the many names above aren't alone in trying to rally their fans to get out there and vote.
Kendall Jenner took some time out of her hectic Paris Fashion Week schedule to encourage her young fans to do the same.
In fact, she promoted the organization's new online voter registration tool and shared that anyone who can vote, should "so [that] our generation's voice can be heard this fall."