“It’s tough, it’s weird, it looks like it just keeps getting worse,” she said in an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper. “I don’t know, grindstone nostril, man. We just decided to keep the power and hopefully there will be an end in sight to all the madness. “Louis-Dreyfus spoke about the importance of the vote and paid tribute to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.” I am in mourning and mourning the absence of such a hero, “she said declared. “I don’t think we will spend a lot of time crying here. I believe that we must keep its heritage, that is to say, get people to vote, get people to vote, get people to vote. I don’t know how to put it another way. Louis-Dreyfus is part of a marketing campaign designed to get individuals to volunteer as poll workers. These employees would obtain compensation, as well as private protective equipment as a precaution against Covid-19. She said it was important to have such a voting staff, especially during the pandemic. “In case you didn’t have enough people working the polls, the polls were closed,” she said. “And naturally a lot of the people who work in the polls are older people. They may be much less inclined to sign up to work given the Covid outbreak. Naturally the idea was to keep the surveys open to everyone and to try that we want staff. “Louis-Dreyfus mentioned that her husband, actor / writer / director Brad Corridor, had already volunteered as a poll worker. “Every time he did that he came to our house and he was all moved. to see how amazing it is to do something like that, “she said.” I think it’s an understatement to say that democracy is a fragile factor, “she added. . “And I think that’s something that’s very evident these days more than ever. I never thought I could see something like what I see today in my life. Louis-Dreyfus hosted the fourth night of the current National Democratic Conference and is a strong supporter of former Vice President Joe Biden. She mentioned that they had been having a friendship for a few years, which included Biden who contacted her after the prognosis for most breast cancer in 2017. This is part of why she felt compelled to contact her. worry over the conference, despite the fact that she mentioned internet hosting just isn’t her sturdy swimsuit. [Biden’s] do and its message and its management, ”she said. “I don’t think what the other side is doing is democratic right now. So I actually believed that I had to sort of get up. It is my patriotic responsibility to help.