With 29 million eligible voters, the Latino community can make a big impact in the midterm elections. However, since 2006, our voter turnout rate has declined, with the Latino vote dropping to a record low of 27 percent in 2014. And though every election is important, there’s a lot at stake today. As President Donald Trump continues pushing for policies that harm the most vulnerable, we have a chance to limit his power. With that in mind, many Latino celebrities are using their platforms to energize our communities.

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Check out their messages below.

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Cristela Alonzo

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Zoe Saldana

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Rosario Dawson

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JLO

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You’d think I’d be all set to vote right? Here’s a little story: I had to enter my info 4 times before the state site confirmed I was registered! This is how passionate I am about using my voice and my right to vote. You have to have the patience and interest in getting to the polls tomorrow. They think young people don’t vote, latinos don’t vote, women dont vote, PROVE THEM WRONG!!! This election affects us ALL. VOTE. It’s so important that ALL of our voices are heard, not just a few… we live in a beautiful country where we all have a say!!! I urge all of you PLEASE get out there and vote, there are so many issues at stake these elections!! And they affect us all in our daily lives in some way! If you are frustrated by what you been seeing and hearing, you can change it!! You have the power!!! I HAVE A BUNCH OF VOTER INFO IN MY STORIES TO HELP YOU!! #GOVOTE #VOTA #ELECTIONEVE #VOTETUESDAY

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John Leguizamo

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Salma Hayek

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Mariah Carey

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Lana Parrilla

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Sara Ramirez

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Luis Guzmán

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