Rapper Game really wanted the people to get out and vote, so much that he has paid New York residents who were impacted by Hurricane Sandy to get to the polls. He even drove some of the individuals to the poll in his own vehicle.

As reported by TMZ, Game has paid out $10,000 to 500 voters stranded by the Sandy in order to help them make it to the polls and vote, and he even helped shuttle people to the polls in his own car.

The rapper told the publication that the money he paid out was intended to help voters who were the most impacted by last week’s disaster of a storm to pay for gas or another form of transportation in order to make it  to the polls and cast their votes.

Check out the footage, (via TMZ), of Game speaking on paying the people to make it to the polls and vote below.