Saturday, December 5, 2020
Saturday, December 5, 2020

Katy Perry joins Hillary Clinton for 2nd to last Philadelphia campaign event

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Philadelphia, Pa. – Katy Perry joined Hillary Clinton, Katie McGinty among other well-known democratic politicians from the Pennsylvania area in an effort to get the Pennsylvanians ready to get out and vote Tuesday, Nov. 8.

  • Thousands of fans packed the Mann Music Center for the Performing Arts
  • Hillary will be spending a majority of the time leading up to the election in Philadelphia, revisiting the city Monday at Independence Hall with President Barack Obama, first lady Michelle Obama, Bill & Chelsea Clinton among other special guests.

It’s all on the line. I want you to say I voted for a better, fairer stronger America. – Hillary Clinton

  • Katy Perry has been a strong Hillary supporter – opening with the song “Roar,” which is now the campaign anthem.
  • Katy Perry mentioned her parents are die-hard Republicans – stating that she will have to “agree to disagree,” implying her parents will be voting for Donald Trump Tuesday.

No matter who you are and where you come from, she’ll love all of us. I really believe it’s not about where you come from, but who you grow into. Hillary is ready and qualified to do the job from day one! Join me into lifting her up now and into her presidency. In three days, let’s make history! – Katy Perry

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