There is officially just one week until the 2020 U.S. Election and millions of Americans have already cast their votes—here are the celebrities who have already cast their votes.
The president, trailing in the polls, will be looking to surrogates such as his vice president to help bolster support as Election Day nears.
The four-time NBA champion called on African Americans to turn out and vote, during a recent interview alongside Barack Obama.
Senator Ted Cruz doesn't think the Trump campaign should be focusing on Hunter Biden's emails as the election draws near.
In the October 20-26 Reuters/Ipsos poll, 53 percent of respondents said they'd vote for Biden, compared to 44 percent for Trump.
Biden's 7.8 percentage point lead over Trump has largely held steady over the past week.
Massachusetts senator criticized the Supreme Court's rejection to extend deadline for counting mail-in ballots in the battleground state.
Democrat Brad Hoylman was one of the first to raise issue over on-duty officer saying "Trump 2020" while using patrol vehicle speaker.
The president claimed those searching about changing votes want to switch their support to him in the election.
While Trump wanted to stop immigrants coming to the U.S. from countries like Nigeria in a "clearly racist" move, his support hasn't gone anywhere, despite Black Lives Matter and the "End SARS" crisis.
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows recently said the U.S. is "not going to control the pandemic," but instead focus on "mitigation areas" such as vaccines and therapeutics.
A devout Catholic with seven children, Justice Barrett, 48, took the oath of office at the White House alongside President Donald Trump.
Hollywood has been rallying behind the Democrats, urging their fans to get out and vote and expressing their outrage at Coney Barrett's rushed confirmation.
President Trump has a lot of ground to make up over the next week to secure a second term, according to most pollsters.
Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the Supreme Court, approved 52 to 48 in a Senate vote.
The president saw a dip in July amid the coronavirus crisis and while his rating has risen slightly it is near the level it was during his Senate trial.
I've performed jokes about everyone from Democrats to the #MeToo movement, and never been heckled for any of it. In my experience, the closer it's gotten to this election the more viscerally hateful Trump's supporters have become.
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.
A historically high percentage of young voters say they are certain to cast votes in the 2020 presidential election, according to a new poll.
President Donald Trump held a slim advantage over Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in a poll released Monday, the first national poll to show him ahead since September 16.
"As the COVID pandemic rages," Justice Elena Kagan wrote in her dissent, "the Court has failed to adequately protect the Nation's voters."
The Supreme Court's move rightward makes the Chief Justice's role less relevant, but don't underestimate Roberts' ability to maneuver.
Trump scoffed at the idea he could lose the Lone Star State: "The governor calls me from Texas and he says, 'sir, that's not true, you are up a lot," Trump said of Greg Abbott at a rally Monday in Pennsylvania.
Democrats have called President Donald Trump's coronavirus response plan a failure. According to a YouGov/Yahoo News poll, a majority of U.S. voters agree.
President Donald Trump continued campaigning in Pennsylvania on Monday, presenting a new video showing Joe Biden's past support for China.
"Plenty of people without college degrees could run this country better than Trump ever has," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) said of President Donald Trump on Monday.
"The Amish fellow in the left of this picture is shown wearing earbuds and jacket with a zipper; the Amish shun both," one user Tweeted.
Hundreds more than state rules allow showed up to see Pence, whose aides have recently tested positive for COVID.