Kirsten In North Dakota For Vote Documentary

Actress Kirsten Dunst is in North Dakota this week to help make a documentary about voting in the United States. Dunst and filmmaker Jacob Soboroff interviewed Secretary of State Al Jaeger. They`re also planning to visit farms in the Bismarck area.Dunst starred in three “Spider-Man” movies. She says she`ll be narrating the documentary, and she and Soboroff are producing and directing it.Soboroff says the crew came to North Dakota because it`s the only state without voter registration. He is the director of a separate organization called “Why Tuesday,” which questions why American elections are held on Tuesday. He says voter turnout may be greater if elections are held on the weekend.I’ve added to the gallery pics of Kirsten in Los Angeles last thursday.