The midterm elections are just six weeks away, and Hollywood stars are trying to encourage Americans to get out the vote on National Voter Registration Day.
Among the celebs calling people to rock the vote are Gabrielle Union, Common, and the rock band Pearl Jam, the latter of which posted a video of frontman Eddie Vedder speaking to a crowd at a show in Montana about the importance of voting.
“There is one crowd size that we would be proud of, and we would brag about,” said Vedder. “And that is if Montana had the largest youth vote, the largest crowd that came together in this upcoming election, THAT I would brag about all f—ing day.”
You can check to see if you are registered to vote — and get registered if you’re not — at RockTheVote.com.
Today is #NationalVoterRegistrationDay Are you ready to vote this November? Text “ROCK” to 52886 to register to vote, find your polling place, and sign up for an absentee ballot. #Rock2Vote pic.twitter.com/UM6Uos8Fll
– Pearl Jam (@PearlJam) September 25, 2018
Happy National Voter Registration Day! Encourage your family, friends, and people across the nation to #RegisterToVote today! The #MidtermElections are just 42 days away. Register here: https://t.co/pitzHcq4YW
– Josh Gad (@joshgad) September 25, 2018
– Gabrielle Union (@itsgabrielleu) September 25, 2018
– Susan Sarandon (@SusanSarandon) September 25, 2018
Text WeAllVote to 97779 or visit https://t.co/Pso7xDVr4E to get registered! And spread the word to get your friends and family to do the same! #WhenWeAllVote Today is #NationalVoterRegistrationDay so register now and get ready to vote on November 6th! pic.twitter.com/Rb9hBWvPqy
– COMMON (@common) September 25, 2018
– HBO (@HBO) September 25, 2018