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Snoop Dogg, Meek Mill, Kevin Hart Share Voting Information During Social Media 'Blackout'

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By Mike Walters

Snoop Dogg, Meek Mill, and Kevin Hart are amongst a large group of celebrities sharing voting information about details of the primary elections during the social media 'blackout.'

The A-list stars are joining in to use today, Tuesday, June 2, as a time to take urgent action to provoke change and accountability. Obviously, one of the ways to change current conditions is by voting in new positions into positions of power.

The messages posted by all three stars is a call to action for the states who have election activities going on TODAY.

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"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," it reads.

Today, eight states Washington, D.C. are holding primary elections and several of them were postponed from dates in April and May, giving voters time to request and return absentee ballots.

It is considered an important lead up to November's presidential election when voting by mail could be very important considering the coronavirus outbreak.

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"The Change starts with our VOTE!!!!" the comedian posted on Instagram -- along with the same message about getting out to vote.

Fans of the stars appreciated the message and are flooding their IG pages with comments about getting out to vote!

"Vote trump out!!! No more trump lies and no more trump racism and no more trump corruption and no more trump incompetence!!!!" one person posted.

"Snoop, a ton of us here in New Mexico are going to do what we can to make sure our votes go to all who can make this suffering for black lives go away. BLM 🌎" another said.

The great news it seems to be working for some who follow their favorite artists and actors -- one fan confirmed, "On my way to the post office now in MD to mail my ballot."

Music Legend Quincy Jones Explains 'Blackout Tuesday'


As for 'Backout Tuesday,' many celebrities have joined the public in posted a single black square on their Instagram pages.

According to music mogul, Quincy Jones, "Due to recent events please join us as we take an urgent step of action to provoke accountability and change."

He continued, "As gatekeepers of the culture, it’s our responsibility to not only come together to celebrate the wins, but also hold each other up during a loss." Adding, "Join us on Tuesday JUNE 2 as a day to disconnect from work and reconnect with our community. #THESHOWMUSTBEPAUSED”

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