#WhenWeAllVote: Faith Hill joins Michelle Obama and Tom Hanks to get ready for midterm elections

ABC/Image Group LAFaith Hill is getting political today in Nashville. The country superstar isn’t endorsing any particular candidate or cause, however -- she’s just encouraging everyone to get out and vote in the upcoming midterm elections.

The Mississippi native will appear at the #WhenWeAllVote rally Monday night at Marathon Music Works in Nashville. It’s part of a Week of Action by the group that will find other celebrities appearing at voter registration drives across the country.

Tom Hanks will be in Pittsburgh on Tuesday, while former first lady Michelle Obama is set to speak in Miami on Friday. You can sign up to attend the events at WhenWeAllVote.org.

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