Bradley Cooper Makes a Rare Appearance to Share a Last-Minute Voting PSA

Amy Mackelden
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It's not often that we see Bradley Cooper on social media, but the actor and director has recorded a special video to encourage Pennsylvanians to vote. This is Cooper's second voting PSA; his first video was released last month.

In the new video clip posted by Now This News, the A Star Is Born director begins, "Hello, I'm Bradley Cooper, and I'm very proud to be from Pennsylvania. I was born in Abington, I grew up in Montgomery County. And I care a lot about PA, and that's why I need to share this extremely important message with you PA voters."

Cooper then urgently explains, "Make sure to deliver your ballot in person before 8 p.m. on November 3rd." He continues, "There is a strong chance that that ballot, if it's delivered after 8 p.m. will not be counted on the third."

Importantly, Cooper also tells viewers, "There is so much riding on this election. Human decency is riding on this election."

Celebrities, like Cooper, have been taking to social media to encourage the general public to vote in today's election, and some have even been hitting the campaign trail, which is no easy feat during the pandemic. Cooper's A Star Is Born costar Lady Gaga made an appearance at Joe Biden's rally last night in Pennsylvania, where she told the crowd, "Vote like your life depends on it, or vote like your children's lives depends on it, because they do," per The Independent.

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