Without declaring support for Biden, the singer reminded followers that US election previews will be held this Tuesday (5th March)

Singer Taylor Swift, 34, asked her fans this Tuesday (March 5, 2024) to vote in the Democratic and Republican party caucuses to choose the candidates for President of the United States in this Super Tuesday (Super Tuesday, in free translation), which brings together the largest number of simultaneous votes and delegates at stake.

In a post on Instagram, Swift reminded her followers that presidential primaries are being held in 16 states and 1 US territory this Tuesday (5th March), including Tennessee, a historically conservative state where the singer votes.

“I wanted to remind you to vote for the people who most represent you to power.”he wrote. “If you haven’t already, plan to vote today”. She included a link to vote.org, where people can check their polling locations and times. Swift has more than 282 million followers on the platform.

The singer, however, did not declare support for any candidate. The main ones are former President Donald Trump (Republican) and the current Chief Executive, Joe Biden (Democrat).

In the 2020 presidential election, Taylor publicly supported the candidacy of Biden and Kamala Harris. On her X account, she shared at the time that she had given an interview to the magazine V Magazine to talk about the reasons that led her to support the Democrats.

In the interview, she said that the change Americans needed most was “elect a president who recognizes that black people deserve to feel safe and represented, that women deserve the right to choose what happens to their bodies and that the LGBTQIA+ community deserves to be recognized and included”.


The American singer and her boyfriend Travis Kelce, tight end for the Chiefs, became targets of conspiracy theories among Republican Donald Trump’s most radical voters. In addition to Taylor herself, the allegations are related to the Super Bowl and this year’s US presidential election, scheduled for November 5th.

According to supporters of Maga (an acronym in English for “Make America Great Again”, a slogan used in the Trump campaign that means, in Portuguese, “Make America Great Again”), Taylor and Kelce are part of a Democratic Party strategy to get the NFL (National Football League) audience to vote for Joe Biden.

After the Kansas City Chiefs’ victory in Super Bowl 58, the US president published a photo on X (formerly Twitter) playing with the conspiracy theory. “Just as we planned”wrote the Democrat.

In September 2023, Taylor posted a message on her Instagram account encouraging her followers to register to vote. The publication resulted in 35,000 new electoral registrations, according to information from NPR.

Source: https://www.poder360.com.br/internacional/taylor-swift-pede-que-fas-votem-na-super-tuesday/

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