Celebrity endorsements are always a big deal. But with the 2018 midterm elections' potential to shift the majority of both the House and Senate, speaking out can make a huge difference. From Travis Scott to Meryl Streep, here are the celebrities that have voiced who they're backing this midterm election.
DJ Khaled, along with Tiffany Haddish and P. Diddy headlined a campaign in Tallahassee encouraging people to #bringithome for Andrew Gillum.
The Grey's Anatomy actress took to Twitter to call Ted Cruz an idiot and encourage her followers to vote for Beto O' Rourke in the midterm elections.
Actor and rapper Common joined Stacey Abrams in her recent Souls to the Polls march to encourage faith-based communities to get out and vote.
Rapper and Houston native Travis Scott showed his support for Beto O'Rourke at a recent rally for the candidate.
Ludacris, along with celebrities like Tiffany Haddish, Kelly Rowland and Marsai Martin, raised over $300,000 for Stacey Abrams.
The OINTB actress has always been outspoken about her political views, and this election season is no different. She has tweeted many times about the importance of voting, and specifically how important it is to vote Stacey Adams for governor.
Zoe Saldaña joined other Latina actresses and activists to campaign for Gillum and encourage the Latino community to vote at the Latinas Stand Up rally in Miami.
Tracee Ellis Ross encouraged her followers on Twitter to vote for Andrew Gillum for governor.
John Legend adds to the star-studded list of celebrities standing behind Stacey Abrams. The "All of Me" singer spoke at a Georgia State campaign rally for the candidate.
Actor Billy Eichner took to Twitter to call out Steve King for making problematic comments about race, urging followers to vote for his opponent, Iowan J.D. Scholten for Congress.
The singer called on Georgians to show up for Stacey Abrams, tweeting out her campaign video and calling Abrams a candidate for the people.
The rapper and mogul performed at Florida A&M's Bring it Home Midnight Rally for Andrew Gillum.
The actor made his political leanings clear when he joined Meryl Streep to donate another $10,000 to Senator Claire McCaskill's reelection fund.
Stacey Abrams is racking up endorsements, and her latest comes from Oprah Winfrey, who will be campaigning with the candidate on November 1.