Hollywood Stars Campaigns ‘Naked Ballot’ To Create Awareness for Upcoming Elections

Washington: Ahead of the upcoming 2020 United States presidential election on November 3, 2020, few American stars initiated the campaign ‘naked ballot’ for creating awareness about US elections. Many Hollywood stars have appeared topless in a new PSA in order to spread awareness of the word about presidential elections in America.

The actors such as Sarah Silverman, Chris Rock, Tiffany Haddish, Amy Schumer, and many more were featured in video on Instagram. The others were Chelsea Handler, Naomi Campbell, Mark Ruffalo and Sacha Baron Cohen, the celebrities who have participated in the campaign. All the actors have stripped down nude in a bid to grab attention for a new PSA on mail-in ballots in the US.

The actors urged people to vote this election and state the importance of voting early in the revealing clip, where they all appear to be without clothes. The video said, ‘It’s time to get out and vote, and there are a host of celebrities willing to take their clothes off in order to remind us all to do it’. ‘America needs you!’ A topless Sarah Silverman appears in a revealing new PSA to encouraging voting in the 2020 US election alongside stars Chris Rock, Mark Ruffalo, and more

The stars also pointed out specific state guidelines, including how Pennsylvania requires not one, but two envelopes to put your ballot in. Sarah, 49, lifted her arm to give a salute, uncovering her chest area as she proclaimed: ‘American needs you.’

The Pennsylvania court decision over the use of envelopes used to hide the identity of mail-in voters could have major ramifications for the November 3 election between Republican President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden. Pennsylvania uses a two-envelope approach to voting by mail: a completed ballot goes into a “secrecy envelope” that has no identifying information about the voter, and then into a larger return envelope signed by the voter.

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