Taylor Swift was apolitical for most of her career, but this year she takes a position and uses her platform to encourage people to vote, and now, to vote early.
In an Instagram post, Swift encouraged his followers to take advantage of early voting, which allows voters to send their ballots before election day. "Something I would like to know when I was 18 and voted for the first time:" ANCIENT VOTE ", Swift subtitled a picture of his fingers painted red, white and blue." It makes it so quick and easy to go and cast your vote before the November 6th. Early voting starts TODAY in Tennessee and goes through November 1. "It also included a link to the Vote.org Early Voting Calendar.
Swift's new political message on Instagram is a surprising change for the Reputation The singer who remained silent in political affairs for most of her career, even kept quiet at the height of the 2016 presidential election cycle. Everything changed, when Swift broke his prolonged political silence on October 8, when he shared a Voting station on Instagram urging fans not only to vote, but to vote for Democrats. "In the past I have been reluctant to publicly express my political views, but due to various events in my life and in the world over the past two years, I feel very different for that now," Swift, a native of Tennessee (and Tennessee Voter) wrote in an Instagram post, adding: "As much as I have done in the past and would like to continue voting for women in office, I can not support Marsha Blackburn. Your voting record in Congress horrifies me. " Citing Blackburn's stance on LGBTQ rights and his refusal to vote for a new authorization of the Violence Against Women Act, Swift made his effort for Tennessee Democratic Senate candidate Phil Bredesen.
Since breaking her silence, she has been an ardent supporter of voting, even encouraging people to vote during her time on stage at the American Music Awards 2018.