Tuesday of elections in the United States, and society is mobilized. Since the vote is not mandatory in the North American country, many have decided to campaign to try to get as many people as possible to go to the polls. And, as influencers with an influx of millions of people, celebrities were not going to be left out. Actress Salma Hayek, for example, shared a motivational message on Instagram, where she has more than 8 million followers. "Nothing matters more than your vote. The moment is now. Last chance! Go vote! ", He wrote, along with the hashtag #midtermsmatter (midterm elections matter).
Salma Hayek, after voting
Jennifer Lopez also announced that she published a video explaining the importance of participating: "We live in a beautiful country where we all have something to say," he said. On the other hand, the singer Camila Cabello, shared a photo right after casting her vote, and wrote: "I feel that I am taking action against the injustices that occur in this country. Each one of us can turn his frustration into an action. A vote can make a difference. Together we can help write the history of our country. "
Camila Cabello left her vote in Florida
Some more daring, like Taylor Swift, have transformed their social networks into a real platform of awareness, informing and promoting the site vote.org, which registered more than 60,000 registered in the 24 hours after the singer mentioned it. Far from wanting to remain neutral, the blonde even declared by what candidate she would vote.
Taylor Swift, playing for Phil Bredesen.
Other celebrities who joined were: Drew Barrymore, Olivia Wilde, Seth Meyers, among others. These elections will bring into play the 435 seats of the House of Representatives, 35 of the 100 seats in the Senate, and 36 governorships, in an atmosphere of political polarization and volatility marked by the presidential decision to turn the caravan of migrants into the central theme of the bell.