Actors and activists America Ferrera, Eva Longoria, Gina Rodriguez, Rosario Dawson and Zoe Saldana made Florida their stomping ground on Sunday, as they rallied the Latino vote ahead of the Nov. 6 midterm elections.
Although the Latina stars were supporting Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, currently mayor of Tallahassee, they were also spreading a general message of encouraging Latinos to go out and vote.
“Latinos are under attack,” Longoria said. “We have the power to end Trump’s agenda against the Latino community.”
Wearing black T-shirts with the words “Phenomenally Latina” emblazoned on the front, the group of women took the stage at a rally for Gillum in Kissimmee. They then headed south to Miami, where they shot videos for different candidates and ended with a voter rally at Little Havana music club Ball & Chain.
The rallying quintet’s message didn’t end with Florida: The group posted an Instagram photo on Sunday in which Longoria and Ferrera wear “Beto” T-shirts, supporting Texas Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke.