Fergie, Eva Longoria and More Celebs Encourage Americans to Vote
Eva Longoria, Fergie and Bette Midler are among the celebrities who have taken to Twitter to urge followers to vote.
Americans take to the polls for the Midterm Elections on Tuesday and the politically-minded stars are reminding fans to get out and vote for crucial propositions and state positions.
Longoria, who is one of the leading celebrity Latino political activists in America, made sure her vote counted before she left the U.S. for a promotional trip to Europe, writing, “Americans! DONT FORGET TO VOTE TODAY!! I’m in Dublin but I voted by mail! Get going everyone!”
Americans! DONT FORGET TO VOTE TODAY!! I'm in Dublin but I voted by mail! Get going everyone!
— Eva Longoria (@EvaLongoria) November 4, 2014
Fergie also tweeted out her support, adding:
— Fergie (@Fergie) November 4, 2014
It's ELECTION DAY! DON'T VOTE FOR OBSTRUCTIONISTS! VOTE FOR ACTION!! KEEP THE SENATE DEMOCRATIC AND TURN THE HOUSE!!
— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) November 4, 2014
Pharrell Williams also reminded his fans to vote, adding, “Voting is a right we can’t take for granted. If you want to make change, you have to act. Go to the polls and let your voice be heard.”
Voting is a right we can't take for granted. If you want to make change, you have to act. Go to the polls and let your voice be heard.
— Pharrell Williams (@Pharrell) November 4, 2014
Ashton Kutcher and Jessica Alba also took to Twitter to urge fans to vote.
Make the time to vote today!
— ashton kutcher (@aplusk) November 4, 2014
— Jessica Alba (@jessicaalba) November 4, 2014
Did you vote today? I did!