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Stevie Wonder, Katy Perry Play Philly for Free to Get Out Vote for Hillary Clinton

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    Two of music’s biggest stars tried to get voters to come out on Election Day and vote for Hillary Clinton by rocking Philadelphia over the weekend.

    Music legend Stevie Wonder played the intimate CODA Philadelphia along Walnut Street in the Rittenhouse Square area Friday night for a Get Out the Vote performance in support of Clinton.

    Saturday night, singing superstar Katy Perry performed at the Mann Music Center for a Clinton GOTV event.

    Both Perry and Wonder have been advocates for the Democratic presidential candidate in her race against Republican Donald Trump. Perry performed at the Democratic National Convention this summer and even dressed as Clinton for Halloween.

    The campaign says the goal of the concerts is to turn out Clinton voters Tuesday on Election Day. Pennsylvania (with 20 Electoral Votes) is considered a key battleground state on Clinton’s road to 270 Electoral votes.

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