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What Celebrities Are Tweeting About The Election

What Celebrities Are Tweeting About The Election
Adapted from Unsplash and Twitter #Vote2020

Celebs using their voice to speak on the election: #Vote2020

Celebrities have used their voices to encourage people to go out and vote during the 2020 presidential election. Here's what some of them had to say the day-of:

Kid Cudi

Rapper Kid Cudi shows off his voting sticker while telling fans that he voted for Biden.

Kirstie Alley

Actress Kirstie Alley shows her support for Trump in this tweet, suggesting that Biden try again in a few years...

Seth Rogen

Seth Rogen reminds people that they are allowed to stay in line once the polls close.

Chelsea Handler

Comedian Chelsea Handler tweets for democracy, making sure the winner is announced only after all votes are counted.

Seth MacFarlane

Seth MacFarlane suggests that social media could be what makes us seem so divided in this election.

Scott Baio

Actor Scott Baio tweets pictures of a rainbow over the White House and one over one of the Trump towers, tagging Donald Trump.

Kerry Washington

Actress Kerry Washington shows her gratitude and gives a shoutout to those working the polls this election day.


It is clear who Cher voted for, as the singer has shown her support for Joe Biden for the last few months, even releasing a single titled Happiness Is Just a Thing Called Joe.

Katy Perry

Katy Perry tweets a link to a playlist of her most empowering songs to inspire fans to do their part this election day.

Lil Pump

Rapper Lil Pump has recently joined Trump on stage at one of his rallies, surprising fans with his support for the republican candidate.


Singer Halsey has expressed her political views on Twitter multiple times. In this tweet, she explains her dilemma of wanting to keep up with the news in fear of missing out on important updates while also getting tired of the constant feed.

Jennifer Lopez

Jlo prompts fans to "#LetsGetLoud" and go vote, while supporting Biden.

Camila Cabello

Singer Camila Cabello tweets about voting, not by political party, but by character.

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian tweets a selfie with her sticker, reminding fans that they must stay in line, even if the polls are about to close.

James Woods

Actor James Woods provides fans with a link instructing them to make sure their absentee ballot was counted.

Maren Morris

Singer Maren Morris shows her love for the USA and reminds fans to show their love, too, by voting.

America Ferrera

Actress America Ferrera speaks to Latinas and reminds them to have their voiced be heard by showing up to vote.


Singer SZA tells fans that she voted by mail, while telling them to go with their heart on this election day.

Meghan Trainor

Meghan Trainor informs young fans about the Election Protection Hotline that is there to help them with anything from state-specific voter registration deadlines too absentee ballot information.

Kanye West

Kanye West has tweeted showing fans that he did in fact vote for himself, while tweeting that he wants to run for president in the 2024 election.

Tyra Banks

Trya Banks makes voting chic, telling fans to "strut" to the ballot boxes.

Ashton Kutcher

Actor Ashton Kutcher provides fans with a link to Election Night Integrity Project, aiming to keep election updates true.

Jim Carrey

Jim Carrey shares some art with fans, showing his support for Biden.

Alyssa Milano

Actress Alyssa Milano reminds fans that just because a politician says something, it doesn't make it true. Milano is waiting for every vote to be counted.

Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey shares an old picture of herself wearing a shirt that says "Vote or die!" while providing a link to 866 Our Vote's Election Protection coalition.

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Claudia Rufa

Claudia is 20 years old, lives in Yorktown Heights, NY, & attends Marist College.

Claudia is 20 years old, lives in Yorktown Heights, NY, & attends Marist College.