Not even a herd of zombies or the evil Saviors can stop stars of ‘The Walking Dead’ from urging people to get out there and vote in this crucial 2016 president election. Keep reading for powerful messages from Danai Gurira, Steven Yeun and Michael Cudlitz.
Just because his character of Glenn got killed off in the season seven premiere doesn’t mean Steven Yeun, 32, isn’t still a beloved part of The Walking Dead family. He’s trying to get as many people as possible to the polls Nov. 8, posting a cute pic to his Instagram showing the “I voted” sticker applied to his forehead. He added the caption, “Young people. Old people. In the middle people. Go vote.” He didn’t make it clear if he was team Donald Trump, 70, or team Hillary Clinton, 68, but he’s obviously passionate about getting people to get out and cast their ballots in this critical election.
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Danai Gurira, 38 is making it clear who she is voting for, but she’s still urging people to head to the polls. “Happy Election Day! Make sure your voice is heard! Vote!c#ImWithHer. #TheFutureisFemale. She’s wearing a white t-shirt with the same message on it, so it’s clear she’s supporting Hillary. It looks like the photo was taken from the show’s set in Georgia, but she’s out of her Michonne character’s dreadlocks and dirty clothes, looking fine in a pair of skinny jeans.
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Many of other key cast members on the show are actually British, including Andrew Lincoln‘s Rick, Lauren Cohan‘s Maggie, and Lennie James who plays Morgan so they can’t vote in our election. But the dearly departed Michael Cudlitz, 51, whose Abraham character was killed off by Negan and his lethal baseball bat Lucille along with Steven’s Glenn posted the simple Twitter message to #Vote.
Josh McDermitt, 38, who plays Eugene, had a little fun with the whole election by urging people to vote for his mullet sporting character! With as much dislike for the the candidates actually up for election, he probably could have stood a chance.
HollywoodLifers, did you get out and vote today?