The pop-culture icon shared an Instagram post on Monday wearing a face mask promoting Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
With less than a week to go until the election, the hip hop world has been thrown into a state of political disarray as a number of prominent artists have controversially voiced their support for Donald Trump.
The rapper tweeted Thursday that he approved of the White House's Platinum Plan for Black Americans after a positive meeting with the president—and the internet has let rip.
Lil Jon resisted a Thursday social media call to express support for President Donald Trump as performers Lil Wayne and Lil Pump have done.
Cutler recently re-shared a statement from the golfer, supporting four more years of President Donald Trump.
While most celebrities who are open about their seem to be proudly supporting Biden/Harris, there is of course a cohort of famous faces who are firmly in the Trump/Pence camp.
The rapper took to social media Sunday to declare his support for the republican while also extending insults to Democrat nominee Joe Biden over his proposed tax plans for top earners.
"I want to just say something to defend 50 Cent because I am just seeing so much ignorance in his comments from the majority of Black people saying they're done with him and it's because he's rich and he's betrayed them," Owens said on Instagram. "No, it's because he's smart and you're not, okay?"
Caroline Giuliani called on voters to help end Trump "reign of terror" by voting for Joe Biden in the upcoming election.
The endorsement from the nation's third largest state police chiefs association comes ahead of Trump's Monday night campaign rally in Florida.
The local chapter of the union in Philadelphia has endorsed Trump for re-election, despite the national union announcing its support for Biden in April 2019.
Michelle Obama said that the Trump presidency was accompanied by "a constant drumbeat of fear, division and chaos that's threatening to spiral out of control."
The former pro wrestler's "first-ever (public) presidential endorsement" immediately went viral when it was posted.
"In 2020, I've been endorsed by the man I was proud to vote for and work for," Delaware state senate candidate Sarah McBride tweeted about her endorsement by former President Barack Obama.
"Joe Biden is not a perfect man, but he is a man of humble decency," Charles Djou and Mickey Edwards wrote in an op-ed Friday.
"President Trump has repeatedly sided with law and order," the organization said in their endorsement for Trump's election this November. This is the first time the LSA has backed a presidential candidate.
Current and former sheriffs and police officers have backed Joe Biden for president, according to a new list.
Replying to a tweet Tuesday morning, Spencer wrote that he recognized how "ineffective, useless, and traitorous the GOP is," reaffirming his decision to vote for Biden in the November election.
Recent polls also show Biden leading President Donald Trump by at least 5 points in hypothetical head-to-head matchups.
"It wasn't going to cost them any more money, it wasn't going to cost them any more work," Moore said about former Democratic presidential candidates Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg, who dropped out of the race and endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden.
Joe Biden received a spate of endorsements on Monday as Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg dropped out—including backing from Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.
Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar stood with Joe Biden Monday night to endorse his presidential run.
Former Democratic candidates Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar have thrown their support to former Vice President Joe Biden while Sanders picked up the endorsement of the political action committee, Democracy for America.
"At this moment, when the very fabric of American life is at stake, Elizabeth Warren is the president this nation needs," the editorial board of The Des Moines Register concluded.
"I just think those two as a team, Sanders and Warren, they don't appeal widely across the nation as Sen. Klobuchar," New Hampshire State Rep. Michael Pedersen said.
Presidential candidate Andrew Yang announced Tuesday that award-winning comedian Dave Chappelle was endorsing his campaign and is set to perform in two campaign benefit live shows.
Bernie Sanders publicly withdrew his endorsement of California congressional candidate Cenk Uygur after Uygur announced he would not accept any endorsements for his campaign.