Taylor Swift marks National Voter Registration Day: ‘I’ve heard you raise your voices’

Taylor Swift is marking National Voter Registration Day with a message to her fans, urging them to use their “powerful” voices at the polls.

“Are you registered to vote yet?” the “Cruel Summer” singer wrote in a message posted on her Instagram story Tuesday.

“I’ve been so lucky to see so many of you guys at my US shows recently. I’ve heard you raise your voices, and I know how powerful they are,” said the 33-year-old performer, who’s been crossing the country for her The Eras Tour concerts.

“Make sure you’re ready to use them in our elections this year!” Swift said, including a link to Vote.org in order to “register to vote in less than two minutes.”

It’s not the first time that Swift has given voting a push with her fanbase. In July, the Grammy Award winner encouraged fans in Nashville, Tenn., to vote early.

“We have the opportunity to choose those who will represent us for the next four years,” she said.

Swift wasn’t the only public figure to raise awareness about voting Tuesday.

Michelle Obama appeared in a video message from her organization, When We All Vote, alongside NBA player Chris Paul, YouTube star Liza Koshy and social media influencer Bretman Rock, calling on Americans to check their voter registration status.

“Text three friends of family members and ask them to check their registration status, too,” the former first lady said in the video.

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