Longoria, Ferrera, Saldana and more took to the streets of Miami, while chanting “Yes we can” in attempt to rally people to vote ahead of Election Day.
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As more states adopt laws that could restrict turnout, Kenneth Glasgow and his allies are pushing to extend the vote to millions of ex-felons.
Oprah lent her star power on Thursday to Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams, first US colored female governor to be while denying any political aspirations.
Oprah Winfrey endorses Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams’ quest to become the US first black woman governor at a couple of appearances in state on Thursday.
West, Trump’s biggest celebrity supporter, also sought to distance himself from a campaign that encourages black Americans to quit the Democratic Party.
This follows last week with the first-ever political endorsement from the famously apolitical popstar Taylor Swift made via an Instagram post.
Jennifer Lawrence is getting involved in local politics by posting a video seeking citizen support for the Memphis instant runoff voting system.
Bhutanese pop-star, Kezang Dorji, has brought together artists to create a music video encouraging youth to vote ahead of the National Assembly’s elections.
President Donald Trump welcomed musicians Kid Rock and country star John Rich to the White House on Thursday as he signed legislation.
Taylor Swift kicked off her week with a rare political post on social media, and at the AMA and encourages fans to vote in the upcoming midterm elections.