Top 4 Celebrities Who Use Their Platform to Promote Voting

Celebrities like Cardi B, Viola Davis, and more speak out about voting and social justice issues

Sana Moore

AfterBuzz TV Host & Writer
Posted On: October 2nd, 2020 10:35 am pst

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With the election so close we have gotten into the start of the debates the first of which happened Tuesday night. Needless to say it left many people with emotions running high, including celebrities. 

Cardi B

There’s no secret that Cardi B has no shame in voicing her opinions. She’s had discussions with Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders on her Instagram live about their policies, plans, and views on social issues. Cardi B fans know that her favorite subject in school was history class, so her interest in politics and social justice issues makes total sense! 

Viola Davis 

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Viola Davis is making her voice heard and she’s doing it with a twist! She’s promoting videos and pictures of all art forms to show the importance of voting and human rights for Black people. Not only is it beautiful, but it also makes learning about the voting process a little bit more fun! 

Kerry Washington 

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Kerry Washington isn’t just involved in politics when she’s playing the role of Olivia Pope, she’s prompting voting on Twitter and Instagram constantly! Plus, if you catch her on a good day, you might see her post some funny yet informational memes on the subject! 

Demi Lovato 

Demi Lovato has been using her social media platform to be an ally to the Black community. She’s been posting content on her story and Instagram feed to inform her audience about the tragedies and racism happening in the world.

Who are some of your favorite celebrities who’ve used their platform for activism? Let us know in the comments below! 

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