Hollywood Rocks the Vote, Encourages Fans To Do the Same
"If you're lucky, you get to borrow this planet for 100 years or so. Whilst here, you must opine on how it's run. Vote," wrote Zach Braff on election day.
The day of the presidential election has finally arrived, and Hollywood stars are using their power to encourage America to head to the polls.
For months, the most politically active actors and filmmakers have been creating videos and hitting the campaign trail to help America determine who to vote for as the next president. Over the past couple months, Katy Perry sported President Obama-themed outfits while singing at rallies, Wilmer Valderrama and Eva Longoria encouraged the Latino vote and Will Ferrell offered to eat garbage if fans voted.
Ryan Seacrest had Obama on his radio show on Tuesday morning, and the president made one more push for Americans to get to the polls: “Regardless of who you’re voting for our democracy works when the American people get involved. The American people are decent, hard working, and they’ve got great instincts. The more people participate the better the outcome.”
Mariah Carey had her own personal photo shoot at the polls, adding on Twitter: “Let your vote be heard!! Four more years!”
Carey wasn’t the only famous face posting a photo on Twitter. Lenny Kravitz also posted a photo of himself with his “I Voted” sticker.
“Lets vote y'all. I'm up and been in line. And yes, good morning,” he tweeted.
Many other celebrities took to Twitter to talk about their own trip to the polls on Tuesday morning, and encourage others to do the same.
Zach Braff :
If you're lucky, you get to borrow this planet for 100 years or so. Whilst here, you must opine on how it's run. Vote.
Don't forget to vote today...every vote counts.
If you don't vote today you are an IDIOT.
Today, November 6th, don't miss your chance to have your voice heard this election...! Go vote:
Pls vote everyone. It took me 10 minutes.
Regardless of who you're voting for today, do the right thing & write me in for Michigan Drain Commissioner. The madness must stop.
People, this is your election. Don't take your rights for granted, your vote is a right and a duty: make it count!
If you want to see change... vote. If you want equal rights... vote. If you want good deals on holiday sweaters, go to jcp. Then vote.
Rock the Vote! Or if you're middle-aged with a sentimental side, Easy Listen the Vote!
Make sure u vote today. Ure vote counts and does make a difference.
My Beloved Fellow Americans, Its Time to Getcha Some!!! Don't Doubt Your Power! Vote Right Now! It's Worth the Wait!
Today's the day!!!! We are a great people of great power!!! ;-) who voted already today???
It's important that u vote today. But also; don't forget to feed ur goat, dock ur boat, secure ur tote, and to hang up ur long hooded cape.
VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE.Be patient pls,its worth it.Workers at polling places move like molasses on a cold day(very slowly) unfortunately
We need hope! Vote today so our future can prosper. I'm encouraging all my fans. VOTE....
Beyond proud of your passion to let your voice be heard. Happy Election Day
If you are an American, today is the day to make your voice heard! Find your polling place and vote today!
Listen no matter where you stand on political ideology, please let your voice be heard.
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