Panthers Allow Attendees to Vote Early for Election

The Panthers just pulled a 2020. Meaning, they did something that questions real life. 

If the 5,200 fans at Bank of America Stadium for the Bears-Panthers game get bored, they can get up and go make something of themselves. According to the Charlotte Observer, a fan can walk over and cast their ballot in this year’s election.

“In the same building at 1 p.m., the early voting location at the stadium will open. Any Mecklenburg County voter can go into the stadium from 1 -5 p.m. Sunday and cast their ballot in this year’s election.”

Over 28 million Americans have already participated in early voting.

Anyway, this is good news for ESPN. It turns out, the Worldwide Leader isn’t the only organization mixing sports and politics. 


Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers media, politics, and sports at OutKick.

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  1. Well isn’t that special sports has really fallen in the shitter people are so fed up with this bs there are plenty of ways to vote don’t need that crap at a football game.

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