In the United States, the president comes to power essentially because three out of every ten citizens vote for him. Three out of ten. Of the remaining seven, four do not vote and three vote against him. It is with this backdrop that we sought out José “Pepe” Mujica, labeled by the BBC as “the poorest president in the world”. Through the lens of his experience as an activist, revolutionary, political prisoner, legislator, and president, Pepe Mujica helps us view politics in a different way. He invites us to reflect on the power we hold with our vote. On the power individuals and communities forfeits by not participating in elections. On the danger it represents to let others decide for you. Vote and see is a forthright call to all American citizens to cast their vote in the next presidential elections.