A little over three weeks before the presidential elections are held in United States, actresses, actors, musicians and even the family of Prince Charles of England request with televised messages, in musical performances or on social networks, to vote.
Jennifer Aniston was among the first to raise awareness about the need to go to the polls in an image on Instagram with her dog in which she read: “Every vote counts”, (each vote counts).
The last to join the petition for Americans to vote was Demi Lovato, during his performance on the NBC channel after interpreting “Commander in Chief”, a song with a strong political charge against the current North American administration, in which at the end of the panels that surrounded the stage read: “Vote”.
A recorded performance that, however, according to the TZM news portal, was censored and when it was broadcast it omitted this final message.
Models like Kendall and Kylie Jenner bet on early voting, that they invite all their followers to do on the networks, a right that both sisters have exercised, taking into account that the voting day is the birthday of the first.
Committed to the world around her, a tireless activist, Jane Fonda has not hesitated to put on the famous 80s jogging tights to encourage voters to go to the polls with overwhelming determination. .
“We’re getting in shape for the race of our lives this November and exercising your right to vote has never been more important. Many states have registration deadlines, so don’t wait! Head to the link in my bio and check your Registration status now! LET’S DO IT !!!!! #EjercicioQueVoto, the actress writes on her Instagram.
Zoe Saldaña, Penélope Cruz, Ricky Martin, Salma Hayek and Edgar Ramírez are the protagonists of the campaign to avoid the “naked vote” among the Latino population. With a message in Spanish, they give the necessary instructions to insert the ballot in the correct way so that it is not annulled, despite going to vote.
The protagonist of “Marriage Story” (“Story of a marriage”), Laura Dern, has been very active in the networks and has not hesitated to put on a matching shirt and mask so that she can invite her compatriots to register their vote . While Michelle Pfeiffer He poses with a sign in his hands: “Vote”.
Jim Parsons, the actor who plays the eccentric protagonist of “The Big Bang Theory”, is another of the artists who has not hesitated to use social networks to promote voting, including the high abstention statistics and what that can mean for him future.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle They encouraged the vote by appealing to “rejection of hate speech, misinformation and negativity on the networks,” a message to which Donald Trump, who took himself as being, responded with some irony.
Tom Hanks is another actor who has campaigned not only for the vote but for candidate Joe Biden.
Her recent motherhood has not prevented Katy Perry y Orlando Bloom campaigning on Instagram to encourage voting in person and by mail, a way to mobilize the population in highly contested elections, according to the latest polls.
With an account of reality, the singer Justin Timberlake promotes the vote by showing images from the documentary by Liz Garbus and Lisa Cortes, “The Fight for Democracy”, which tells how throughout history there has been an attempt to suppress the right to vote in the United States, making it increasingly complicated be able to do it. An alert for the next elections.