The following is a public service announcement.
"I did a lot of research on positions that I liked," says "Law & Order" alumna Angie Harmon in her close-up.
"I like to do it in the morning, when my synapses are clicking," says Felicity Huffman of "Desperate Housewives."
Regina King, lover to Ray Charles in the movie "Ray," can't shut up about it. "I was the last one of all my friends to do it," she confesses in a voice so deep and silky that you just want to hear every little detail. "After I did it, I told everybody."
Their first time ... voting. That's what the public-service announcement, a double-entendred riff by well-known Hollywood actresses, is about. And it's what 20 million unmarried women didn't do in 2004, according to Page Gardner, president of the group that produced the ad, Women's Voices. Women Vote.