LOS ANGELES (CIRCA) - Celebrities from film, TV and music have all rallied this midterm season -- both in person and online -- to encourage people to vote. Check out how your favorite celebrities have been getting the vote out.
Where there’s a Will, there’s a way 😏— Team Abrams - Vote Early TODAY (@teamabrams) October 26, 2018
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Actor Will Ferrell went door to door in Georgia to support gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. The “Anchorman” star was also seen recruiting college students to volunteer for her campaign, telling them, “We’re gonna win by knocking on doors -- all the doors.”
Oprah Winfrey voiced her support for Abrams as well by speaking at a rally in Marietta, Georgia, last Thursday. In her speech, Oprah urged the people of Georgia to vote and called the right to vote “the crown that we all get to wear.”
Michael Bloomberg’s political action committee debuted a star-studded ad directed by Jodie Foster, which features appearances by Cher, Julianne Moore, Olivia Munn and many more. The ad highlights issues such as immigration and women’s rights while pleading with Americans that “on Nov. 6, we’re all in this together.”
Thursday night, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Mark Ruffalo and others spoke at a New York kickoff rally for Swing Left, which recruits volunteers to travel door to door and make calls in swing districts across the country.
Meanwhile on social media, tons of celebs have been sharing their experiences, including Matthew McConaughey, who posted a video of himself in line to vote early in Texas, and Taylor Swift, who shared a photo in support of Tennessee Democratic Senate candidate Phil Bredesen.
The message this midterm election reads loud and clear: Get out and vote.