Will Ferrell Tells Nevada Voters To Caucus For Hillary Clinton — WATCH VIDEO
Ferrell joined Clinton’s presidential campaign on Friday to urge residents to show up promptly for the caucuses at the various polling stations. In a video shared Saturday morning on Clinton’s Twitter page, the actor is seen repeatedly telling strangers to arrive at 11 a.m. “Pass the word,” Ferrell tells a group of people.
In one amusing moment, he puts his activism on hold to get a chocolate custard, and everyone is a little star-struck. But Ferrell seriously says at the end of the clip, “11 a.m. It’s really important that everyone show up to caucus. Amazing turnout.” He also hilariously adds, “Amazing chocolate custard here.”
Chloe Grace Moretz was also in Nevada this week to help Clinton with the youth vote. And, as Gossip Cop reported, the presidential candidate met with Britney Spears on Thursday. While the pop star spoke highly of the meeting on Instagram afterward, she curiously deleted Clinton’s campaign slogan “#ImWithHer” from her caption.
Interestingly, or perhaps oddly, Clinton’s opposition previously had Ferrell listed as an official Bernie Sanders supporter. Ferrell’s time in Nevada hasn’t been all political, though. He also took in Mariah Carey’s residency concert. Check out the photos and video below.
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