Allegheny County Councilwoman Bethany Hallam wants to make sure every vote counts in the upcoming presidential election. So, she decided to get naked. Hallam and other elected officials this weekend launched a campaign featuring photos of them shirtless with graphics of mail-in ballots tastefully draped across their chests. The message also reminds voters to sign the voter declaration.
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This year, though, from publicity stunts on Voter Registration Day to stripping nude to send a message , celebrities have become particularly engaged in politics. A post shared by amyschumer on Oct 7, at am PDT. We made a PSA to help you make sure your mail-in vote counts! Comedians Chris Rock and Tiffany Haddish, actor Josh Gad and others explained the main points of voting by mail and stressed the importance of following the instructions that come with your ballot.
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Mark Ruffalo and other celebrities appear in the nude in a new video explaining the "naked ballot" issues to voters in 16 states, including Pennsylvania. Screen grab from video. Celebrities including Chris Rock, Amy Schumer and Mark Ruffalo are appearing naked in new ads that bring attention to laws that require voters in 16 states, including Pennsylvania, to insert their mail-in ballot into two separate envelopes in order to be counted.