The 2020 presidential election isn't on its way—it's already happening. Democratic nominees Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are campaigning to seek the offices of President and Vice President, respectively, against incumbents Donald Trump and Mike Pence. Due to the global pandemic, an ongoing racial justice movement, and a suffering economy and jobs market, the 2020 election has been called the most important in modern history. While several actors, politicians, journalists, and business leaders have previously shared with Marie Claire why they're voting, it's now time to find out who they're voting for in November. From Billie Eilish to Mindy Kaling to Leonardo DiCaprio, see who these celebrities have endorsed.
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Even though Karlie Kloss is married to a member of the Kushner family, the model has made it clear that she's supporting Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in the election. About a week before election day, Kloss shared a selfie of herself wearing a Biden face mask while mailing in her ballot, along with the hashtag "#scienceoverfiction."
Brett Farve for Trump/Pence
The former NFL player tweeted on October 30 about his continued support for Donald Trump and his policies.
Chris Evans for Biden/Harris
Evans and other Avengers castmates such as Don Cheadle, Scarlett Johansson, Paul Rudd, Mark Ruffalo, and Zoe Saldana hosted a fundraiser event for the Biden/Harris campaign on October 20th titled Voters Assemble! The Cast of the Avengers United for Democracy.
Selena Gomez for Biden/Harris
The actress spoke with Senator Kamala Harris on Instagram Live, where they discussed the importance of voting to supporting people with mental health issues.
Lil Pump for Trump/Pence
The "Gucci Gang" rapper was spotted, without a mask, at a Trump rally on November 1 wearing a Make America Great Again hat.
Lizzo for Biden/Harris
The artist appeared in-person for campaign events in Detroit and Harper Woods, Michigan, for the democratic ticket. "They're out there trying to make America great again, but we need to finally bring America together, because I don't want to go back to the way it was," she told the crowd. "And Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will help us finally help us bring America together."
Stephen Baldwin for Trump/Pence
The youngest Baldwin brother, in a now-deleted tweet, shared his support for the current president, writing, "Don't talk much about family pray 4 everyone every day! in my beauty of 'land of #free home of #brave' is ... reverence 4 our freedom, importance of clarity of vote? (vision goal truth intent) Many are called, few are chosen! Gospel is truth battle already won #Trump2020."
Julia Louis Dreyfus for Biden/Harris
On The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the Seinfeld alum shared a story about how Biden called the actress shortly after her breast cancer diagnosis back in 2017.
"It was incredibly sweet and needless to say, that's certainly not the reason he has my support," she said. "But it is emblematic of the thoughtfulness and kindness that are a part of his personality, which is sorely missing right now in the White House."
Beyoncé for Biden/Harris
Queen B shared a black-and-white Instagram boomerang wearing a Biden and Harris face mask writing to fans,"Come thru, Texas! #VOTE."
Kristy Swanson for Trump/Pence
The former Buffy the Vampire Slayer actress shared an image of her with President Trump, calling it "an honor." Since the visit, she's continually tweeted her support for the president.
Harry Styles for Biden/Harris
On October 27th, the artist quoted a Joe Biden campaign video on Twitter, writing, "If I could vote in America, I'd vote with kindness."
Elizabeth Banks for Biden/Harris
In her post-voting selfie, the Pitch Perfect star shared her support for the Democratic ticket. "#Voted early. I made a plan, and it has been executed," she said. 'Also, I don't mind telling you I voted #bidenharris2020🇺🇸 Tag me in your own pics w your sticker, and I will repost some! ❤️🇺🇸 #earlyvoting"
Roseanne Barr for Trump/Pence
The actress shared a photo of herself on Twitter in August 2018 wearing a Trump 2020 hat captioning the photo "2020 vision."
Maren Morris for Biden/Harris
During the virtual “I Will Vote” Democratic fundraiser, the country singer voiced her support for the Biden/Harris ticket.
"I voted early for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, and for Democrats down the ticket here in Tennessee because we need leadership that is kind, compassionate and that cares," she shared. "Leadership that will unite us to overcome this pandemic, to put us back to work again, end systemic racism and work every day to ensure we leave this world to our kids in better shape than we found it."
Lil Wayne for Trump/Pence
The rapper tweeted a photo showing his support for the 45th president. "Just had a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus besides what he’s done so far with criminal reform, the platinum plan is going to give the community real ownership," he wrote. "He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done."
Brad Pitt for Biden/Harris
Pitt voiced over a Joe Biden TV ad that played during the 2020 World Series.
"America is a place for everyone — those who chose this county, those who fought for it — some Republicans, some Democrats, and most, just somewhere in between, all looking for the same thing: Someone who understands their hopes, their dreams, their pain, to listen, to bring people together," said the Oscar winner. "To get up every day and work to make life better for families like yours. To look you in the eye, treat you with respect, and tell you the truth. To work just as hard for the people who voted for him as those who didn't. To be a president for all Americans."
Ina Garten for Biden/Harris
The Food Network chef isn't usually open about her political preference. In an interview with People, she shared why she decided to be vocal this time around.
"I'm not political," she told the magazine. "I think if you research, you'll find I've supported political programs privately, but I've never been really public about it — but sometimes you just have to do it." As a country, we need to pull this together," she continued. "We need to stop being divisive and be positive and supportive and collaborative. [Biden] is a guy who's been in Congress for decades and has a reputation for working across the aisle, and I think that's exactly what we need right now."
Dennis Quaid for Trump/Pence
"I think Trump, no matter what anybody thinks of him, is doing a good job at trying to get these states — and all of the American people — what they need," the actor said in April 2020 to The Daily Beast, "and also trying to hold our economy together and be prepared for when this is all over.
Michelle Kwan for Biden/Harris
The Olympic ice skating champion has supported Joe Biden since April 2019.
"I’m thrilled that @joebiden announced that he’s running for President! I know that there is already a field of incredible democratic candidates and the 2020 election is so important we cannot lose sight of the big picture. Ultimately, I believe that the Vice President is the ideal candidate to unify our country with his experience, knowledge and track record of fighting for Americans,” she wrote on Instagram.
Miley Cyrus for Biden/Harris
Just hours after announcing her seventh album, Plastic Hearts would be out in November; the singer hosted an Instagram live with Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris.
Stacey Dash for Trump/Pence
An early supporter of President Trump going back to 2016, the Clueless actress's Twitter bio currently includes the hashtags "#MAGA" and "#WomenForTrump."
Padma Lakshmi for Biden/Harris
The Taste of Nation host has long been vocal against the Trump administration to her followers on social media. Recently Lakshmi shared why she was voting in this election on Instagram, writing, "I'm voting because I'm tired of this administration only representing wealthy white men. I'm voting to be a part of our democratic process."
Lena Dunham for Biden/Harris
The Girls star announced on Instagram that she voted early and encouraged her followers to do the same. In the post, she wrote, "That cheeky smile is because I had the pleasure of voting early! Did you? It will surprise exactly nobody to learn that I support #bidenharris- because I want a world where healthcare is a right not a privilege, women have bodily autonomy, systemic racism doesn't run rampant throughout our police forces, our trans siblings can walk into any bathroom, global warming isn't treated as a myth.... the list goes on. This administration has told a lot of lies, but if you've ever heard your vote doesn't matter then that's the biggest lie there is. So make your voting plan, talk to your friends and family about theirs and vote like it's as fun as eating Takis in bed or a night in Vegas- because there's nothing sweeter than taking back your liberty, baby."
50 Cent for Trump/Pence
The rapper posted on Instagram expressing his concerns about Biden's proposed tax plan, writing, " 👀WHAT THE FUCK! (VOTE ForTRUMP) IM OUT, 🏃♂️💨F**K NEW YORK The KNICKS never win anyway. 🤷🏽♂️I don't care Trump doesn't like black people 62% are you out of ya fucking mind. 😤"Less than a week later, he tweeted a statement taking back the endorsement in response to his ex-girlfriend, Chelsea Handler's, concerns on the endorsement. He wrote, "what, another spin Fu*k Donald Trump, I never liked him. for all I know he had me set up and had my friend Angel Fernandez killed but that's history. LOL."
Jennifer Lawrence for Biden/Harris
"I'm voting for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris this year because Donald Trump has and will continue to put himself before the safety and well-being of America," said Lawrence to V Magazine Thought Leaders issue in October. "He does not represent my values as an American, and most importantly as a human being."
Shia LaBeouf for Biden/Harris
The Peanut Butter Falcon actor was seen out in Los Angeles in August with a face mask that read “BIDEN."
Jennifer Aniston for Biden/Harris
Aniston took to Instagram to share photos of herself putting her ballot in the mail, along with details about why she voted the way she did. "#IVOTED for @joebiden and @kamalaharris," she wrote in the post's caption. "I dropped my ballot off, and I did it early 👏🏼 I voted for them because right now this country is more divided than ever. Right now, a few men in power are deciding what women can and can’t do with their own bodies. Our current President has decided that racism is a non-issue. He has repeatedly and publicly ignored science... too many people have died.⠀I urge you to really consider who is going to be most affected by this election if we stay on the track we’re on right now... your daughters, the LGBTQ+ community, our Black brothers and sisters, the elderly with health conditions, and your future kids and grandkids (who will be tasked with saving a planet that our leadership refuses to believe is hurting). This whole thing isn’t about one candidate or one single issue, it’s about the future of this country and of the world. Vote for equal human rights, for love, and for decency. ⠀❤️🗳 PS - It’s not funny to vote for Kanye. I don’t know how else to say it. Please be responsible 🙏🏼"
Hailey Bieber for Biden/Harris
Bieber shared her political affiliations in early October with an Instagram showing off her Biden merch. "It’s world mental health day, and something that has affected my mental health is the state of our country and the future of our country. I have hope, but we need to collectively make the change we want for our future and that means getting out there to VOTE!!!" she penned. The model's father, Stephen Baldwin, remains a vocal Trump supporter.
Jonathan Van Ness for Biden/Harris
The Queer Eye star confirmed on Twitter that he planned to vote for Biden this election: "This choice is clear. So clear. Go Biden," he wrote.
Ayesha and Stephen Curry for Biden/Harris
The cookbook author and athlete appeared in a DNC segment in support of Joe Biden. "We want to ensure that our kids live in a nation that is safe, happy, healthy and fair," Ayesha said, to which the NBA star added, "We’re voting for Joe Biden."
Ilana Glazer for Biden/Harris
In speaking with V Magazine, the comedian revealed she is supporting Biden/Harris in 2020. "He is very, very good in comparison to the other ticket. I am not stoked, but I am down as hell to vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Because another four years of Trump is a matter of life or death. Another four years of Trump is leaning toward the death part. The death of so many people and our planet,” she said.
Taylor Swift for Biden/Harris
Swift endorsed Joe Biden for president in a V Magazine feature. “The change we need most is to elect a president who recognizes that people of color 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 acknowledged and included,” she said to the outlet in early October. "I will proudly vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in this year’s presidential election. Under their leadership, I believe America has a chance to start the healing process it so desperately needs,” she added. The singer also shared her support via some sweet homemade treats featuring the Biden/Harris logo.
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez for Biden/Harris
J.Lo and A-Rod officially announced their support for Joe Biden in a video chat with the candidate and his wife, Jill. In the video, the couple talked to Biden about issues impacting the Latinx community.
"We want to come together as a team to defeat COVID and rebuild this US economy that needs us all so much,” Rodriguez said.
“It’s my hope and quest that the Latino community … start understanding their power," Lopez added.
Dwayne Johnson for Biden/Harris
Dwayne Johnson endorsed a candidate for the first time ever this year when he came out in support of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. "You guys are both obviously experienced to lead. You've done great things. Joe, you've had such an incredible career. You've led in my opinion, with great compassion, and heart, and drive, but also soul. You and I talked about that in the past and how important soul is," Johnson said during a video chat with Biden and Harris announcing his endorsement.
Ava DuVernay for Biden/Harris
The filmmaker has expressed her vehement support for the Democratic ticket, posting a plea to her social media followers just after Harris's appointment as Biden's running mate: "Vote them in and then let’s hold them accountable. Anything other than that is insanity. It’s ego. It’s against our own interests. It’s selfish. It’s disrespectful to our elders. It’s nonsense. It’s talking to hear yourself talk. This is a matter of life or death. We need all our energy focused. This is a fight for more than can be expressed here. There is no debate anymore. Not for me anyway. #voteblue2020."
Billie Eilish for Biden/Harris
The singer announced her support for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris with a virtual performance at the Democratic National Convention.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend for Biden/Harris
The couple have both posted on social media in support of Biden/Harris. "Very happy for our friend and Senator and future Vice-President, @KamalaHarris, and very much looking forward to voting for the Biden-Harris ticket to begin the difficult work of recovering from this nightmare presidency and building an even better future," Legend wrote online recently. The singer also performed at the DNC.
Eva Longoria for Biden/Harris
Eva Longoria has been a vocal proponent of the Democratic party and for voter's registration. The actress facilitated night one of the DNC and has expressed her support for Biden/Harris several times on Twitter.
Mindy Kaling for Biden/Harris
Kaling was a supporter of Harris' when she was running her own presidential campaign in the primaries. So needless to say, the Netflix showrunner was on board when Biden announced Harris as his running mate. Kaling took to Instagram to express what it meant to see a woman of color on a presidential ticket. "Was there ever more of an exciting day? For our entire country of course, but especially for my Black and Indian sisters, many of us who have gone our entire lives thinking that someone who looks like us may never hold high office. We work so hard and contribute to the fabric of America, and now to see someone as talented as @kamalaharris rise to the top like this? It’s thrilling!! I am filled with hope and excitement. Thank you @joebiden. Let’s do this!," she wrote.
Leonardo DiCaprio for Biden/Harris
The actor was spotted at a fundraiser for Biden before pandemic lockdowns began.
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel for Biden/Harris
The powerhouse couple both took to Instagram to share their support for the Democratic nominees. "What a historic moment for women of color, little girls with big dreams, and mothers everywhere. We are cheering for you," Biel posted on social media after news broke that Harris was Biden's VP pick.
Cher for Biden/Harris
One glance at the Cher's Twitter is all you'll need to know the singer is very excited to vote for Biden/Harris this election.
Cardi B for Biden/Harris
Cardi B was an early supporter of Bernie Sanders, but she recently announced her unyielding support for Biden/Harris. The singer even Zoomed with the presidential hopeful for Elle, giving him a list of issues she hopes he addresses in office.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson for Biden/Harris
The beloved celebrity couple have been fundraising on behalf of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Billy Porter for Biden/Harris
The Pose star offered his staunch support for Biden in April, saying, "We need to elect a steady, experienced leader to guide us through this storm and forward. Someone with decency, character and empathy whose own life has taught him to persevere."
Mariska Hargitay for Biden/Harris
The Law & Order: Special Victims Unit actress has been a longtime supporter of Biden's, previously working with the politician to address the national backlog of untested rape kits. Hargitay made a cameo at the 2020 DNC, passionately speaking about Biden's work for domestic abuse survivors.
Lin-Manuel Miranda for Biden/Harris
The Hamilton creator endorsed Biden in late July, saying, "I am voting for Joe because our democracy is at stake."
Jon Voight for Trump/Pence
The actor consistently posts his admiration of the Trump administration on social media, asking his followers to join him in re-electing the Republican candidate in November.
Scott Baio for Trump/Pence
Baio has been a vocal supporter of Trump for years, even speaking at the 2016 RNC on behalf of the president. The actor is slated to speak at the 2020 RNC as well.
Kirstie Alley for Trump/Pence
The Cheers star tweeted at Trump in March, thanking him for his actions as a president. "You’re taking charge & leading in a manner needed & wanted for this country. I highly commend you for ur boundless energy & willingness to solve problems," she wrote.
Kid Rock for Trump/Pence
The singer appeared at a campaign event for POTUS 45 in September alongside Donald Trump Jr. The musician has been a longtime supporter of Trump's, having visited him at the White House in 2018.
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