Faith Hill is passionate about voting. She's stepping up to help inspire potential voters by headlining a voter registration rally in Nashville on Monday (Sept. 24) on behalf of When We All Vote, a nonprofit group that works to drive conversations around voting and encourage people of all parties to register.

“When we all vote we make a difference. A difference that can be felt all the way from Tennessee to the nation’s capital, and everywhere in between," Hill says (quote via the Tennessean).

Hill's appearance at the rally is part of the organization's Week of Action (Sept. 22-29), a week meant to engage voters. Michelle Obama will appear in Las Vegas and Miami, Tom Hanks will be in Pittsburgh, Pa. and NBA player Chris Paul will hold down the fort in his home city of Houston.

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A description from When We All Vote's official site explains that the organization is:  "A new national, nonpartisan not-for-profit [that] brings together citizens, institutions, and organizations to spark a conversation about our rights and responsibilities in shaping our democracy. Namely, the responsibility of registering and voting."

Hill and husband Tim McGraw are both members, as are Michelle Obama, Hanks, Lin-Manuel Miranda and more.

The powerhouse country couple also appear in a video spot for When We All Vote, sharing how communities can make a difference when they vote in all elections. "We make a difference in every single step along the path of our democracy. When we register and cast ballots we stand up for what we believe in," McGraw says in a voice spot that was shared on Instagram.

Hill's event, which is free and open to the public, takes place at 5PM CT at Marathon Music Works in Nashville.

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