Celebrity endorsements for 2020 election: Ariana Grande, Mike Tyson, Cardi B and more

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Cardi B, Mike Tyson and Ariana Grande have picked their candidates for the 2020 presidential election. (Photo: Getty Images/Graphic: Quinn Lemmers for Yahoo Entertainment)
Cardi B, Mike Tyson and Ariana Grande have picked their candidates for the 2020 presidential election. (Photo: Getty Images/Graphic: Quinn Lemmers for Yahoo Entertainment)

Celebrities are voters, too.

Many of them have already made up their minds about who they will support in the 2020 presidential election. They’ve chosen a preferred candidate, be it President Donald Trump, the Republican incumbent (or the single man opposing him in the party primary), or one of the candidates still in the race to become the Democratic Party’s nominee.

While some of the stars choose to keep this information to themselves, a number of them are using their platform to spread the message about the issues and the candidates they care about. They’re not only making financial donations or appearing at their rallies — which doesn’t necessarily constitute an endorsement, particularly in such a crowded field of candidates — but they’re speaking up about who they want to spend the next four years in the White House.

Yahoo Entertainment is keeping track of this last group, the one that’s speaking out, and we’ve compiled a graphic to show the results. All the people below have clearly and publicly endorsed someone.

Whether it’s singers Ariana Grande and Cardi B promoting Sen. Bernie Sanders to their millions of Twitter followers, or actors James Woods and Jon Voight going all in on the reelection of Trump, they’re listed below.

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We expect the list to change quickly in the lead up to the election on Nov. 3, 2020, so this graphic will be updated regularly.

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