Celebrities have been very vocal throughout the 2012 presidential election. In the days leading up to Nov. 6, many stars took to Twitter to make their opinions known. Here is a look at some of the most notable celebrity tweets of election 2012.
* Neil Diamond tweeted his volunteer efforts for the Obama campaign, telling his followers, "Working the phones for Obama... If I call you, don't hang up. It's really me and I need you."
* Katy Perry took a moment to encourage everyone to vote, saying, "Check out my 91-year-old grandma @ the polls for early voting in Las Vegas, NV! U got no excuse!"
* Comedian Michael Ian Black sent out a joke about the election, saying, "Does anybody know what time Romney gives his concession speech tomorrow? Want to set my DVR."
* Star Jones sent out a tweet warning those that might want to criticize President Obama, saying, "Fair Warning: Auto-BLOCKing all negative comments opinions suppositions & assessments of OUR # President. MY twitter MY rules. #Obama2012."
* Pauley Perrette of "NCIS" talked about her feelings toward the GOP, tweeting, "GOP destroys #FEMA? W/Hurricanes Tornados Earthquakes? AND take AWAY WOMEN LGBT LATINO & POOR rights? A TIE? Wha? #OBAMA"
* Filmmaker Michael Moore sent out a challenge, telling followers, "I'm asking a million of u to bring just one nonvoter each to vote on Tuesday. 90 million are expected NOT to vote."
* Director Ron Howard commended people who have waited in line to vote, saying, "Many thanks too ALL you voters who have endured long lines and hassles to vote and employers who make voting easy Pls Vote"
* Donald Trump has been very active on Twitter throughout the election. One of his latest tweets focused on the auto industry. Trump told followers, "Don't believe Chrysler (if Obama wins)--see how fast @Jeep production will be moved to China--and I'll be watching!"* Actress AnnaLynne McCord tweeted her support for President Obama, saying, "I live to fight 4 equality issues 4 #women worldwide. Please don't add America to the fight. @Obama2012 @BarackObama for Women for the World"
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