Selena Gomez Urges Fans To Vote With an Inspiring Message on Elections Day

Selena Gomez wants to give her followers one last push to cast their votes at the polls.

Selena Gomez wants to give her followers one last push to cast their votes at the polls.

The singer of Mexican descent already cast her vote days ago, but today, in her Instagram Stories, she shared one more message about this important issue.

"I know that many of you have voted and I'm so proud and I'm so happy that you did. But there's plenty of other people who haven't, and I think they don't plan to. So please don't use mail-in ballots. Please vote in person at this point if you can, especially in my home town like Texas, and Pennsylvania and Florida," the Texas native urged followers. The Lone Star State has become a battleground state in the 2020 election, with the potential to go blue. Texas has gone to Republican presidential candidates since the 1976 election

Like her, many other celebrities have been taking an active role in these elections. Yesterday, for example, Luis Fonsi joined Barack Obama in asking Latinos to come out to vote.

Days ago, Jennifer Lopez had joined forces with Michelle Obama, and together they asked people to vote in order to change the president.

In fact, JLo's efforts went further, as the 51-year-old artist and her fiancé, Alex Rodriguez, endorsed Joe Biden's candidacy for president.

On the other hand, Cardi B interviewed Joe Biden and spoke about crucial issues such as racism and health, all with the purpose of involving her fans in the current political discussion.

Bad Bunny lent one of his songs to Joe Biden for a campaign ad aimed at Latinos, while his compatriot Ricky Martin publicly showed their support for the Democrat.