Election results: Celebrity tweets on voting
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On Election Day, the great democratic voice that is Twitter spoke up and requested that you head to the polls. Yeah, whatever. We’re a gossip blog and we only do what the celebrities tell us to do. Here are some reasons to vote, provided by the folks with those pretty blue ‘Verified Account’ logos:
We have a man and a woman running against each other for California governor. So, naturally, vote to address gender issues:
If you don’t vote you’re a [insert the short form of ‘Richard’]. @RainnWilson If you don’t exercise your right to vote, you’re a [insert name for feminine hygene product also associated with cocky talent agents] @Alyssa_Milano
Vote for financial security:
I refuse to go back to the days when credit card companies could jack up your rates without reason. #VoteToday... @Common
Or because the grass is always greener:
Tomorrow you have to please get out & VOTE California YES on Prop 19. Bitches! Set your private parts on fiiiiyaaaaa! Decriminalise Weed!@Danny_DeVito
Vote to accentuate your wardrobe:
I filled out my absentee ballot -wish I got the ‘I voted’ sticker. Post pix of yours so I can live vicariously through u #govote @jessicaalba
Or just to change history:
Today is the day to vote for the midterm election. These elections are just as important as the Presidential elections! GO VOTE!!!!@KimKardashian
To my fellow Americans, don’t forget to vote tomorrow! It’s not that often that we get a chance to make such a collective impact. One Love! @IAMQUEENLATIFAH
Or vote just to hop on a trending topic:
RT THIS!!!! TXT Bow to 79922 to Vote for @Bowwow @chrisbrown ‘Aint Thinkin About You’ Video on the Count down.Lets Make it #1 @106andpark @BowWow
Aw. he even has a running mate.
Who do you think got the message across the best? Share in the comments.
-- Whitney Friedlander
Kim Kardashian. Credit: Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times, left; Jennifer S. Altman / For The Times, center; Donna Ward / Getty Images, right
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