Taylor Swift took a break from her Eras Tour to go out and vote in her hometown of Nashville ... and she's calling on her millions of fans to follow suit.
The pop star posted a message to her Instagram story Friday ... informing her Tennessee neighbors early voting for their city officials and some state seats had already begun. She also attached a photo of herself wearing a sticker that read, "I voted today."
Taylor continued, "We have the opportunity to choose those who will represent us for the next four years ... I urge each and every one of you to do the same and make your voice heard."
She ended by providing a link to her followers instructing them on how to get to the polls for early voting.
Politics has piqued Taylor's interest in the past. In 2018, Taylor endorsedPhil Bredesen, who was running for the Tennessee Senate seat as a Democrat, but he lost to Republican Marsha Blackburn.
The following year, Taylor penned a letter to Republican Tennessee Senator, LamarAlexander, encouraging him to get behind the Equality Act, which prohibits discrimination based on gender and sexual orientation.
Even though the legislation had already been passed by the House of Representatives, a number of Republicans voiced their opposition to it.
Taylor has also tweeted about her views against racism and police brutality.