Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams will release a new book on voting rights in 2020, her publisher, Henry and Holt, confirmed Tuesday
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Together with Kitsch and When We All Vote, stylist Justine Marjan has launched a “vote” bobby pin, donating all proceeds to help increase voter turnout.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, David Byrne, is promoting getting out the vote during his Broadway production “American Utopia”.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame former front man for Talking Heads is promoting getting out the vote during his Broadway production.
Ariana Grande revealed on Thursday (Dec. 19) that she had broken the record for voters registered on a tour – 33,381 voter registrations and actions.
A growing number of Russian entertainers joined in a rare show of defiance and solidarity, in support of an actor who they say was wrongfully convicted
Voter registration non-profit HeadCount was onsite and hard at work getting music lovers both young and old involved in our country’s democratic system.
Actress Kerry Washington are optimistic that Democrats will soon make automatic voter registration a reality in the Empire State.
Billie Eilish is teaming up with Head Count, a non-partisan organization working with musicians to get people registered to vote.
Chopra is a goodwill ambassador for the UN children’s agency. She spoke with Associated Press after visiting a school for refugees from neighboring Sudan.