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Demi Lovato Is Pleading With Her Fans to Vote: 'Nothing Will Change Unless You Take Action'

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Demi Lovato performs the National Anthem onstage during Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium on Feb. 2, 2020 in Miami Gardens.

Almost two weeks after unleashing her politically-driven song "Commander in Chief," Demi Lovato is practicing what she preaches.

The star took a selfie at the Los Angeles voting poll on Monday (Oct. 26), flaunting both her "Vote" mask and "I Voted" sticker. "I vote because I love my country," she captioned the snap. "From my friends and family members who live here, to my neighbors and millions of people I don’t know, I love the citizens here. This year I’ve been so stressed and anxious from politics alone."

"This post isn’t about telling you to vote for, it’s about telling you to vote PERIOD," she continued. "I want to know that whatever the outcome is, we raised our voices and spoke up for what we wanted. And if change is what you want, nothing will change unless you take action."

"So please, if you are old enough, please get out there and speak up. P.S. I’m so grateful to have been able to vote because it wasn’t too long ago women didn’t even have those rights.. (see what happens when we demand change?"

"Commander in Chief," released on Oct. 14, is a bold political statement and a direct message to Donald Trump. It was intended to mobilize fans to get out and vote just weeks out from the federal election, and as part of her call to action, Lovato shared information on the voting process across her social channels.

"Please join me and vote in this year’s election. Visit https://iwillvote.com/ for more information." she wrote.