As the election comes to an end, with voters choosing their president on Tuesday Nov. 6, celebrities are doing the most they can to persuade their fans to vote for their top choice. Beyonce Knowles is a proud support of President Barack Obama. Like she does with most occasions dear to her heart, Beyonce penned a handwritten letter to the President on his final day before the election.
Everyday we see your heart and character, inspiring all of us to give more of ourselves.
You are a leader to take us from where we are to where we need to be.
You are the reason my daughter and nephew will grow up knowing that they can truly be ANYTHING they want to be.
All my respect and adoration.
The 31-year-old singer previously expressed her admiration for First Lady Michelle Obama. Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z have shown their affinity to the First Family by being powerful supporters and helping spread Obama's message. The musical couple even hosted a fundraiser dinner in the President's honor. When President Obama first won the election in 2008, Beyonce's career was taken to great heights when she performed for the first-ever African-American President of the United States at the Inaugural Ball. The beautiful songstress belted out Etta James' classic, "At Last," as the President and his First Lady took their first dance as the Presidential family.
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Other celebrities who are strongly supporting President Obama include Eva Longoria, George Clooney, and Katy Perry, who has expressed her political views through fashion. On the eve of the election, Perry tweeted, "Who's ready to vote tomorrow? I've got my outfit laid out! Send me a photo of your outfit when you're at the polls, and I'll RT my faves!" The "Teenage Dream" singer recently wore a dress which featured a checked box next to Obama's name. She also wore a blue dress which had Obama's slogan "Forward" printed along the side.
On the opposing side, Stacey Dash is showing her support for Gov. Mitt Romney in the final hours. "What a wonderful present it will be to have you Inaugurated as The President Of The USA on my birthday 1/20/2013! God Speed! @MittRomney," Dash tweeted.
Donald Trump is also tweeting away. "China is worried. The polls are trending for @MittRomney. They won't be able to steal from us anymore," the hotel mogul tweeted, along with, "Tomorrow's election will have historic repercussions for our country. Make America strong again. Vote for @MittRomney."
Actress Melissa Joan Hart is even weighing in on the election. She tweeted, "Can't get too political in only 140 chac but for those asking, I'm voting #RomneyRyan."
Whoever it is that caters to your views, beliefs, or needs, be sure to vote for that person on Tuesday November 6.
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