Camila Cabello is opening up about casting her vote.
The 23-year-old “Havana” singer got candid in a post on Election Day on Tuesday (November 3).
“I didn’t vote for a Democrat or a Republican. I voted for character, decency, justice, TRUTH and TRUST in the leader of our nation. I voted for a President that believes in goodness, who will protect the morals and values of this country, and not betray them. I voted for a land of opportunity, regardless of where you come from or what you look like. I voted for someone that believes families belong together and children should be in schools, not cages. I voted for real leadership and a belief in the America I want to see,” she wrote.
“Right now, our votes mean more than they ever have before. We have a choice to swear someone into office who believes in us; we have a choice to elect a leader that follows the science and values the lives of the American people. This is our chance to be a part of history, to be the generation that creates real and lasting change, but that change only happens if we show up and make our voices heard by casting our ballots. I voted for someone who is not in it for himself, but is in it for every one of us. Someone who doesn’t take pleasure in dividing us, but one who works hard to bring us together. That’s why I voted for @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris,” she continued.
“If you haven’t already voted, confirm your polling location, check what IDs you need to bring, and make sure your voice is heard tomorrow! For more information about voting in your area, head to iwillvote.com! #TodosConBiden #BidenHarris”