Harry Styles may have had to postpone a few shows in Los Angeles, but he has remained committed to registering voters across the country. With the help of HeadCount, Harry Styles has helped register more than 50,000 voters.
In September, Styles revealed that he had teamed up with the voting rights organization to launch their “Good to Vote” campaign. Through the collaboration, potential voters were encouraged to visit the campaign’s website and utilize the tools needed to cast their ballots on Election Day. Within the first day of the campaign’s launch, Styles and company helped register more than 25,000 voters. As Election Day arrives, the campaign has reportedly pulled in 54,000 voter registrations.
“Having the support of individuals like Harry Styles has a tremendous impact,” HeadCount Founder Andy Bernstein said.
“This is especially important for the midterms, which often receive less media attention than the presidential elections. It helps us reach more potential voters and ensure people get their voices heard.”
HeadCount is no stranger to working with celebrities in an effort to register voters. Previously, the organization worked with Beyoncé, Lizzo, Megan Thee Stallion and Ariana Grande to pull in new voters.
Harry Styles is also becoming more politically active. Back in 2020, he publicly endorsed Joe Biden in his bid to become the next U.S. President. More recently, Styles publicly supported Beto O’Rourke in his bid to become the next governor of Texas.