Kendall Jenner Rocks Looks To Represent Historical Years For Millennial Voters

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In an effort to encourage millennial voters to mark their ballots this November, Kendall Jenner's making a fashion statement informed by momentous moments in young voters' history.

Adding to her work with the Independent Journal Review (IJR) and Rock The Vote, Jenner stars in a video featuring three on-trend looks from 1971, 1992, and both the 2008 and 2012 elections.

Each year corresponds to millennial accomplishments with regards to voting; in 1971, for example, the 26th amendment granted 18-year-olds their right to vote.

And in the 2008 and 2012 elections, "over 20 [million] young voters decided the outcome for both elections," IJR reports

For this look, Jenner rocks a serious power suit, featuring matching trousers and a blazer as well as slicked hair and pointed pumps

"Kendall has a larger social media reach than each of the presidential candidates, and using her voice to encourage millennial voters is a great thing," Alex Skatell, founder and CEO of the IJR, said in a statement, Refinery29 reports.

Finally, the video wraps up with bold white text atop an all-black screen, reading: "What happens next is up to you," reminding viewers to register and use their power to make their voices heard, too.

So whether you have yet to register or want to encourage others to do so, check out the video below and pass it along!