With only two weeks left before Election Day, even celebs are ramping up their last-minute campaigns to get fans to the polls on Nov. 4.
In the latest example of a famous face pushing for votes, Kirsten Dunst stars in a quick spot on MySpace, with her face blurred out and voice lowered for "anonymity,"urging viewers to log on to WhyTuesdayhref=”http:// to find their local polling place.
"What matters is that you vote on Tuesday, November 4th," she says, without endorsing a candidate, adding that America ranks towards the bottom in voter turnout.
"Come on, let’s bring it on and do this," Kirsten urges towards the end of the 40-second spot, just before her face is briefly unobscured.
See Kirsten’s call to action below:
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