In order to get people to vote for “gun sense candidates who will support commonsense gun safety laws,” Everytown for Gun Safety released a new video that features celebrities like Kevin Bacon, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Will Arnett, and Julianne Moore.
The star-studded video encourages people to “make a plan to vote,” with the cast revealing how they will vote in the upcoming midterms.
“On November 6, we have an opportunity to elect candidates who will actually do something about our country’s gun violence crisis,” the actors and actresses state. “Gun sense candidates who will support commonsense gun safety laws […] and, most importantly, people that aren’t bought and paid for by the NRA.”
“But we have to show up to the polls to actually make that happen,” they further warn. “So we’ve gotta get out and vote for them.”
Watch the video below:
Michael J. Fox says he and his wife plan on voting after breakfast, while others plan on voting either in the morning to get an “I Voted” sticker or after they pick their kids up from school.
“The point is, make a plan to vote on November 6,” Arnett states.
A NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll from April found that 46 percent of registered voters said a candidate’s position on gun policy would be a major factor in deciding who to vote for, which was down 13 points from February.