Kylie Jenner is urging her hundreds of millions of social media followers to get out and VOTE! Especially, if any of her fans are in the nine states holding primary elections today.
The ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ star shared the message during a social media ‘blackout’ initiated to have people put down their devices and reconnect with the community.
But, Kylie is joining other A-list celebrities to remind their fans that it is very important to not ignore the massive importance today of getting out and voting.
Kylie posted this message on Instagram to her 180 million followers:
“Today is a primary voting day in many states. They want people to be distracted and not to show up. If you live in one of the 9 states holding elections today, vote out the people who do not align with your beliefs if you want real change.”
She added, “Voting is open today in Washington DC, New Mexico, South Dakota, Montana, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island.”
The make-up mogul captioned the message, urging, “To all my followers please go and vote‼️‼️”
As we reported, tons of A-list stars including Snoop Dogg, Meek Mill, and Kevin Hart have also reminded their fans to get out today, in those important states, and vote.
“Attention: Washington DC, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Montana, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota & Delaware — It’s your turn for PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY VOTING TODAY! As the entertainment industry calls for a pause PLEASE KEEP IN MIND, YOUR VOTES ARE NEEDED TODAY! Let’s remain diligent and aware of the bigger picture that requires your action,” each of the celebrities posted.
“The Change starts with our VOTE!!!!” Kevin Hart said.
Fans of the reality star flooded her IG page with positive messages thanking her for posting information about the primary elections.
“Thank you for posting this Kylie. Love how you’re using your platform in the correct way ❤️” one person wrote.
Another added, “YESSSS!!! Thank you, Kylie!! ????”
Today, eight states, including Washington, D.C. are holding elections — several of which were postponed from dates in April and May, which gave voters time to request and return absentee ballots.