Celebrities urge fans to vote blue in Georgia runoff elections: 'Win this thing is NOW'

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The stars are getting political.

On Tuesday, Georgia voters will participate in a special runoff election to determine who will represent them in the Senate, potentially flipping the political body from Republican-led to Democratic.

After a year filled with political divide and even turmoil, celebrities have spoken out on Twitter regarding the elections in Ga., urging fans to vote blue.

"The future of our country hangs on the outcome of the Senate races in GA," said comedian Patton Oswalt. "Our last push to help @GeorgiaDemocrat get out the vote & win this thing is NOW."

"Georgia voters head to the polls tomorrow, which means this is our last chance to help them #FlipTheSenate!" said Amy Schumer. "I’m supporting the @GeorgiaDemocrat organizers working hard on the ground– will you join me?"

"In spite of what some people may think, President-elect Biden will be sworn in on January 20th and we have just ONE more day to give him a Senate that'll actually work with him to make real change," urged Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

"Georgia needs our support. Tomorrow, voters decide who controls the Senate," said Christina Applegate. "We have to do everything we can to show up for Georgia."

Wrote Jason Alexander: "I’ll just say it– #RepublicansDontCare about you. The good news is, they’re hanging on to power by a tiny thread. Tomorrow, Georgia voters decide whether the thread gets cut. Help them make the right choice."

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