Celebrities And Brands Who Prompted People To Participate In The US Midterm Elections

Celebrities And Brands Who Prompted People To Participate In The US Midterm Elections

By  rumourjuice.com

November 2018 got us another US midterm elections. The midterm elections occur every four years at the midpoint of the president's four years tenure. The offices involved in the midterm elections are members of the US Congress, all seats of the US House of Representatives and about one-third of the US Senate House. While these elections do not get the same global publicity as the Presidential elections, they are equally as important. Celebrities, brands and social media companies showed up with initiatives to encourage participation in the US midterms. Here are 10 celebrities and brands who sent messages that asked people to vote in the US midterms

1. Tinder

Celebrities And Brands Who Prompted People To Participate In The US Midterm Elections

Celebrities And Brands Who Prompted People To Participate In The US Midterm Elections

The popular matchmaking social media app has been throwing its weight behind the US midterm elections. The app's target audience is young people who were less likely to vote as only 20% of young eligible voters participated in the last midterm elections. In weeks leading to the 2018 midterms, the app has continuously reminded it's users to register for the elections, and on the election morning, it sent out a notification to encourage its users to vote.

Celebrities And Brands Who Prompted People To Participate In The US Midterm Elections

Celebrities And Brands Who Prompted People To Participate In The US Midterm Elections

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