‘I Understand the Power of Your Voices’: Taylor Swift Encourages Fans to Register to Vote

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards held at Prudential Center on September 12, 2023 in Newark, New Jersey.

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You belong in the ballot cubicle. That’s the message Taylor Swift sent out to followers on Tuesday (Sept. 19), National Voting Day. In a message uploaded to her Instagram Stories, the pop super star once more prompted Swifties to sign up to elect if they haven’t yet.

“I’ve been so lucky to see so many of you guys at my US shows recently,” she claimed in her all-text message, which was composed in white on a blue ombre history. “I’ve heard you raise your voices, and I know how powerful they are. Make sure you’re ready to use them in our elections this year!”

“Register to vote in less than 2 minutes at vote.org/nvrd,” the 12-time Grammy champion — that has greater than 272 million Instagram fans, ended her message.

This is much from the very first time the “Cruel Summer” vocalist has actually advised her followers of the value of doing their public tasks. She has actually partnered with Vote.org — a non-partisan, charitable company ballot enrollment system — to motivate individuals to cast their tallies.

Swift just recently urged fans in Nashville to strike the surveys in July, allowing her fans on social media sites understand that she had actually currently enacted the neighborhood political election, keeping in mind on Instagram, “We have the opportunity to choose those who will represent us for the next four years.”

Andrea Hailey, the CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER of Vote.org, additionally prompted individuals to sign up. “Today, on National Voter Registration Day, it’s vital that young voters, in particular, understand they have the power to shape their future. Eight million young people will be newly eligible voters by Election Day 2024. And, the time is now to get ready for the elections taking place this fall and next year,” she claimed in a declaration shown Billboard. “Several states have elections in November of this year and many other states will have primaries in the first few months of 2024. That’s why this National Voter Registration Day is so important: we’re at the starting line of the next presidential election.”

“It takes less than 30 seconds on Vote.org to check if you’re registered. Our country works best when we all show up. Let’s get ready, get set and get registered to vote,” she ended. “Our future starts now.”



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