Carpetbagging Hollywood celebrities are aggressively inserting themselves in the hotly contested Georgia Senate runoff elections, attempting to build momentum for the Democratic candidates in hopes of tipping the balance of the U.S. Senate. After targeting black and Latino voters, Hollywood is now setting it sights on the youngest of voters.
Joan of Arcadia and Two and a Half Men actress and Time’s Up activist Amber Tamblyn is urging 17-year-olds who will turn 18 by January 5 to register for the state’s runoffs, saying that they are eligible to cast a ballot in the coming elections.
“My Georgia babies,” the actress said in a video posted Friday. “Were you born in 2003? Are you turning 18 by January, 5 2021? If so, you can register to vote right now for the runoff elections coming up. So do it! And yes, these eyelashes are real, so don’t even.”
🍑GEORGIA YOUNGIN’! 🍑