Bon Jovi Performs at Get Out the Vote Concert in Charlotte

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Singer Jon Bon Jovi held this third concert in support of Hillary Clinton on Sunday. At a get out the vote concert in Charlotte, North Carolina, Bon Jovi played a number of his hits, and he asked everyone to vote on Tuesday. He said, “The polls suggest that North Carolina is a toss-up state. Make sure you each and every one of your votes really matter on Tuesday.” Several others spoke throughout the event, but the crowd cheered when Bon Jovi said, “The road to the White House leads right through North Carolina!” A partial video from the event is below.

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News Source: Think Progress

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Katy Perry Performs at Get Out the Vote Concert in Philadelphia

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Pop star Katy Perry performed at a Get Out the Vote concert in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Before Perry took the stage, a number of speakers addressed the crowd including former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, actress Debra Messing, and Senator Cory Booker. Hillary Clinton then took the stage and spoke about the stakes in this election and urged everyone to vote. She said, “More than 37 1⁄2 million people in our country have already voted. Now why are they out there voting? Because I believe they are standing up for a hopeful inclusive vision of America. I’m asking you to stand up for that same vision when you come out to vote on November 8.” Perry then performed a number of her songs for the crowd of supporters. A video from the event is below (it is set to begin at Clinton’s speech, but the video is of the full event).

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News Source: Newsday, Vogue

Bon Jovi Performs at Get Out the Vote Concert in Florida

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On Saturday, Jon Bon Jovi performed at a Get Out the Vote concert in St. Petersburg, Florida. Bon Jovi performed a number of his hits in between talking about the importance of the election and encouraging everyone to vote for Hillary Clinton. He was joined on stage by Clinton’s running mate, Tim Kaine, who spoke to crowd. Borrowing from Bon Jovi’s song lyrics, Kaine said, “I don’t wanna be another wave in the ocean. I’m rock, not just another grain of sand. We’re not just waves in the ocean, folks. And we’re not just grains of sand. We’ve got power. We’ve got power politically and nobody more than in Florida. If you put your votes behind Hillary Clinton, it is done. She will be President.” He then played the harmonica along with Bon Jovi. A video clip from the concert is below.

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News Source: Bay News 9

Jay-Z and Beyoncé Speak at Get Out the Vote Concert in Cleveland

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On Friday, Jay-Z performed at a Get Out the Vote concert in Cleveland, Ohio on behalf of Hillary Clinton. During the concert, he was joined on stage by his wife, Beyoncé, and Clinton. Beyoncé spoke about the importance of the election and said that she wants her daughter to have a role model in the White House. “We have to think about the future of our daughters, of our sons, and vote for someone who cares for them as much as we do. And that is why, ‘I’m with her.'” Jay-Z introduced Clinton and spoke about the progress made in the country and criticized Donald Trump for his divisive tone. Clinton then spoke briefly about what is at stake during this election and encouraged everyone to vote on Tuesday. Videos of the speeches give by Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and Clinton are below.

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News Source: The New York Times, Rolling Stone

Stevie Wonder Performs at Concert for Hillary Clinton

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On Friday, singer Stevie Wonder performed at a Get Out the Vote Concert in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Wonder performed a number of songs at the local dance club Coda. Before he began, he spoke about his personal relationship with Hillary Clinton and the importance of electing her president. He said, “I’ve had a chance to get to know her in her heart.” Wonder also blasted Donald Trump who he called “a reality-show star who is not showing reality.” The concert lasted for about an hour. Video from the event will be added when/if available.

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News Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

Steve Aoki Performs at Get Out the Vote Concert in Las Vegas

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DJ Steve Aoki performed for a group of students on the campus of University of Nevada-Las Vegas on Thursday. Near the middle of the event, Aoki stopped and spoke about the importance of voting, and he was joined on stage by Bill Clinton. Bill spoke briefly spoke about the importance of electing Hillary Clinton as he explained that her campaign is about building bridges and not walls. He urged everyone to vote saying, “You are America’s future. … We are rising, and the future is bright because of you. I think you’re going to live in the most prosperous … time of discovery and advancement we’ve ever seen.” A video from the event will be added when/if available.

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News Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal

The National Perform at Get Out the Vote Concert in Cincinnati

cws92whwiaa14s0-jpg-largeOn Wednesday, indie rock group The National performed at a Get Out the Vote concert in Cincinnati, Ohio. During the concert, lead singer Matt Berninger spoke about the importance of the election and encouraged the crowd of more than 3,000 to vote for Hillary Clinton. “Young people, she’s setting your future. She is going to help your kids’ futures, so young people, don’t take this for granted,” he said. The group performed a number of their songs between their messages to the crowd. A news clip from the event is below.

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News Source: WCPO

NE-YO Performs at Get Out the Vote Concert in Raleigh

On Tuesday evening, singer NE-YO performed at get out the vote concert on behalf of Hillary Clinton in Raleigh, North Carolina. He performed a number of his hits and spoke about the importance of voting for Clinton. Campaign volunteers also addressed the crowd throughout the event urging them to vote on November 8th or to take advantage of early voting. A clip from the concert is above.

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News Source: ABC 11

Jennifer Lopez Performs at Get Out the Vote Concert in Miami

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On Saturday evening, Jennifer Lopez headlined a concert in support of Hillary Clinton in Miami, Florida. The event also included a performance by Marc Anthony. Lopez and Anthony performed a number of their hits for crowd. In between songs, the singers spoke about the importance of the election and electing Clinton president. Near the end of the concert, Clinton joined Lopez and Anthony on stage and urged everyone to vote on election day or to take advantage of early voting. She said, “We just heard Jennifer perform ‘Let’s Get Loud.’ Well, I say, ‘Let’s Get Loud’ at the voting booth. You can vote early. Don’t wait another day to vote.” A video clip of Clinton addressing the concert crowd is below.

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News Source: Miami Herald, The Washington Post

Bon Jovi Performs and Get Out the Vote Concert

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Last night, recording artist Jon Bon Jovi held a free “Get Out the Vote” concert in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on behalf of Hillary Clinton. Bon Jovi performed a number of his hits for the packed crowd. During the concert, Bill Clinton appeared and spoke briefing about the election saying, “There’s a lot at stake in this election. We’re going to decide, not between a Republican and a Democrat, but we’re going to decide what America is going to be like in the future…We’re going determine whether you prefer anger and name-calling or answers and empowerment.” Throughout the event, the audience was encouraged to vote. A clip from the event is below.

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News Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette