What These 4 Artists Say About Hillary Clinton?

Presidential candidates devote years planning for the big day of their lives: the election day. While they invest their energies in winning the minds and hearts of the public, winning presidential debates, and state primaries, having endorsements from artists and celebrities is an important task on their checklist.

Artists have always shown interest in politics by endorsing the views of their favorite presidential candidates. This year is no different. Many artists have shown their support for their favorite candidates. Here is how these four artists showed their support for Hillary Clinton.

  • Snoop Dogg

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As the election day (November 8, 2016) is coming nearer, the public interest is growing, and this includes celebrities and artists.

Snoop Dogg is one of the millions of Hillary Clinton’s supporters. Snoop Dogg expressed his views about seeing a woman in office. I would love to see Hillary Clinton in office because we need to have a different perspective than the male’s train of thought, he said during an interview on Watch What Happens Live.

  • Demi Lovato

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Demi Lovato is supporting Hillary Clinton not only for her strengths and beliefs but also for the fact that she completely embodies the concept of women empowerment. During a convention in Iowa this year, Lovato told the audience “I believe that there is nobody more qualified to run our country than our secretary of state, Hillary Clinton.”

  • DJ Khaled

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DJ Khaled has gathered a huge following over the years with his motivational Snapchat stories. So, his endorsement for Hillary Clinton is a considerable achievement for her presidential campaign. Khaled gave Hillary Clinton some “Major Keys to Election Success” during The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore.

  • Pharrell Williams

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Pharrell expressed his views about the election during The Ellen Degeneres Show last year. In a reply to Ellen, Pharrell told that it is the time for a woman to be in there, and it’s Hillary Clinton.