Taylor Swift continued her political vote a week before the midterm elections and took part on Instagram to announce that she had voted early for Democratic Senate candidate Phil Bredesen.
The singer posted a photo she made with her mother holding flags next to a sign reading Bredesen running against Republican Marsha Blackburn to represent Tennessee.
"These two Tennessee women voted for the candidate who has proven to be reasonable and trustworthy," Swift wrote in the post. "We want leadership, not fear extremism. The early vote will take place until Thursday, and election day is the 6th of November. Please do not sit here. "
The singer has been studied in recent years for what many perceived as a failure of her extensive platform for discussing politics and current affairs. Swift's call to action on Tuesday follows a stunning and lengthy Instagram post this month, detailing her reasons for supporting Bredesen via Blackburn.
"Your vote in Congress appeals and scares me," wrote Swift in the October 7 article. She added that she would also vote for Jim Cooper, a Democratic candidate for the House of Representatives.
"In the past I have not refused to publicly express my political views, but due to several events in my life and the world over the past two years, I feel very different now," Swift wrote. "I have and will always vote, depending on which candidate protects and fights for human rights, which I believe we all deserve in this country."
On Tuesday there was Sweats Tour in Australia to their album "Reputation".
The 2018 election cycle has received more attention than previous halves due to the diverse selection of candidates and contested mandates across the country. The Democrats want to regain control of the House of Representatives for the first time in eight years and recapture the Senate majority for the first time since 2014.
A recent NBC poll gives Blackburn a slight lead over Bredesen, though the latter has a higher preference among likely voters.
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