Hollywood Heads To The Polls As Crucial Midterms Take Center Stage – Update


Hollywood and the media are making their presence known in the midst of one of the most contested midterm elections in recent decades. Below are some of the Election Day thoughts and images being shared by entertainment figures on social media.
One significant factor showing up in a lot of social media posts today is the weather. is facing storms, high wind and even a bit of snow. That could suppress voter turnout, and studies have shown that lower turnout often favors Republicans. It may be another sunny day in California but the eastern half of the U.S.

Ted Cruz in Texas. A lot of dollars have flowed into Beto O'Rourke's challenge to incumbent Republican Sen. With interest in the Georgia closely contested governor's race running high, Oprah Winfrey has been among those knocking on doors trying to make the case for Democrat Stacey Abrams. With control of Congress and many state governors' mansions up for grabs, several individual races have drawn attention, especially in consequential states like Georgia, Texas and Florida.

David Robb contributed to this report.” />
PT, with a focus on major races and how the media is covering the midterms. Deadline will be live-blogging Election Night starting at 3 p.m.

Refresh for updates … Election Day has finally arrived, and Hollywood is holding its collective breath to see if the momentum around some of its preferred candidates is borne out at the polls.