Whichever bubble you’re filling in, these celebs are urging you to go to the polls on November 6 to make your voice heard!
Celebrities like Lady Gaga, Lena Dunham, Stacey Dash and Donald Trump are urging citizens to vote in the 2012 Presidential Election. Some are voicing their political opinions while others are just pushing people to make their own choice. See which celebs are voting for President Obama and Mitt Romney below.
Celebrities for Romney & Celebs for Obama All Say: VOTE!
Donald Trump said, “Obama is angry, frustrated and desperate. He said “voting is the best revenge” He is divisive. … In ’08, America voted for Hope & Change. Instead, we got incompetency. Now it is time to put a real job creator in office. Vote 4 Mitt!”
Katy Perry, who has been performing at Obama rallies wearing patriotic dresses, tweeted, “Good things come in threes! My next destination w/ @BarackObama: Milwaukee, WI on Saturday! Get free tix: http://www.barackobama.com/milwaukee2012 & vote early!”
Kourtney Kardashian tweeted, “Don’t forget to VOTE!! You owe it to yourself and your country to educate yourself and VOTE.”
Kim Kardashian said, “Sending in my absentee ballot now!!! Make sure you vote!!!!”
Lady Gaga said, “So excited, will be on the radio today and tomorrow to talk about the election and how important it is to Vote. #YouthEmpowerment”
Alec Baldwin simply tweeted, “Obama 2012.”
Lena Dunham responded to a fan, who asked, “Big time RT @JuliaBerndt I know you’re out and about in India. But, you did vote, right?”
Kid Rock re-tweeted Rolling Stone’s article: “Kid Rock supported Paul Ryan onstage at a Michigan fundraiser for the Republican VP candidate: http://bitly.com/OiquYO”
Glee star Jane Lynch tweeted, “Are you all planning your day tomorrow so that you schedule a time to #VOTE?”
Stacey Dash, who came under fire for her conservative views, tweeted, “What a wonderful present it will be to have you Inaugurated as The President Of The USA on my birthday 1/20/2013! God Speed! @MittRomney”
Keke Palmer tweeted, “FIRST TIME VOTER!!!!!”
Jason Mraz tweeted, “Help @rockthevote make calls & ask people to vote tomorrow. Go to http://bit.ly/U7g5U6 #WeWill #GoVote.”
Octavia Spencer urged Americans, “Listen no matter where you stand on political ideology, please let your voice be heard. #Vote2012 It’s the only power you have!!!!!!!”
Scooter Braun joked, “ELECTION DAY tomorrow. Big Decision. Im going with TEAM JACOB”
Be sure to vote, HollywoodLifers!
— Dory Larrabee
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