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Word on the Hill: You’ve Got to Vote

DC social calendar for the Election Week and a guest communicator

Moby, Rachel Bloom and Elizabeth Banks unveil their get out the vote effort. (Funny or Die)
Moby, Rachel Bloom and Elizabeth Banks unveil their get out the vote effort. (Funny or Die)

Funny or Die is bringing out the big guns for its last-ditch effort to get millennials to vote.

In the spirit of “We Are the World,” celebrities sang, “Holy S—, You’ve Got to Vote!” led by actresses Rachel BloomElizabeth Banks and recording artist Moby in a video released Friday.

Other celebrity appearances include actors Jane Lynch, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Adam Scott, and singer Patti Lapone.

No surprise on who they’re endorsing.

Staffer shuffle?

Speaker Paul D. Ryan’s communications director Mike Ricci brought in a guest communications director to work on Friday: his son.

Happening this week

Tuesday: Check out HOH’s guide to Election Night in D.C.Wednesday: The smoothie company, Bananas Smoothies & Frozen Yogurt, is releasing a new, limited-edition beverage called the “Orange You Glad It’s Over?” at their locations nationwide. Pick one up for just 45 cents to commemorate the 45th presidency.

Thursday: Food & Friends is hosting Pie Day to support its annual Slice of Life Pie Selling Campaign, an event to fund means for the critically ill in D.C. Check out the free pie samples 11:30 p.m. to 2 p.m., Farragut Square, K and 17th streets NW.

Saturday & Sunday: The Emporiyum DC 2016 – A festival for foodies when Union Market is turned into a one-of-a-kind food marketplace. It’s selling out quickly and tickets range from $15 to $40. 10 a.m. both days, Dock5 Union Market, 1309 5th St. NE.

Members over recess

Heard on the Hill This Week: #HOHhalloween and Paul Ryan’s Musical Number

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Rep. Sam Graves, R-Mo., 53.

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