Celebrities: Sometimes they are like us.
The last example was on Tuesday, when athletes, actors, musicians and celebrities to be famous have joined ordinary Americans to vote on Election Day. They waited in long lines, filled ballots and shared the photos "I Voted", like the rest of us.
In recent years, midterm elections usually have a lot less interest among all voters, including celebrities and participation in the elections descended in subsequent years between the presidential elections.
But this year is different. An energetic and polarized electorate is fired – e Celebrities play an important role, both in campaign statements and in social networks, so that people engage. More than 31.5 million people voted to vote in advance in the United States, with 22 states and the District of Columbia surpassing the total participation in the last half of four years.
A lot of celebrities voted early. Axl Rose, the singer of Guns N 'Roses, tweeted a photo of your email ballot and said "Vote Azul" – and then received a news from fans who did not agree with his policy. Another enlightened music star, Taylor Swift, voted early after spending the last few weeks asking their fanatics to sign up to vote. (The website Vote.org said that its campaign led to an increase in inscriptions on its site).
Mrs Swift, who has remained silent for years for her political beliefs, said last month she supported Democratic candidates in Tennessee, which she calls home. On October 30, she announced in Instagram that she and her mother, Andrea Swift, had voted in Tennessee for Phil Bredesen, the former Democratic governor of the state that now runs the Senate.
In a history of Instagram on Tuesday, Mrs. Swift, who had a concert in Australia on election day, told her followers that they would feel better for themselves if they voted. "It's not enough to want a change," said Mrs. Swift "You have to go and make the change by voting. Today is your chance to do it."
Other big names that voted in advance were the actress Kerry Washington, who is currently in New York for her role in Broadway's new "American Son", and country music Faith Hill and her husband, Tim McGraw, who live in Nashville.
Leading to the Day of the elections, the candidates of all the country, from the races of governor to those of the Senate, attracted the superstars to be united to them in the campaign campaign.
Last week, Oprah Winfrey He hit the gates in Georgia with Stacey Abrams, the Democratic candidate for the governor. Rudolph W. Giuliani, a former city mayor of New York and now a lawyer for President Trump, arrested in Indiana the campaign for Mike Braun, a Republican. Representative Beto O & Rourke, the Democratic candidate for the Senate in Texas, campaigned with Willie Nelson and even tied himself to the stage with him.