Philly athletes take to social media to promote voting on Election Day

Shamus Clancy
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Philly athletes encourage voting on social media today originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia

With Election Day in full force and people hitting the polls, Pennsylvania figures to be one of the most pivotal states in the presidential picture.

Philadelphia athletes are taking to social media and the streets to encourage people in the area to get out and vote.

New city folk hero Travis Fulgham, rookie safety K'Von Wallace and Jalen Mills plugged that message on Twitter:

Cre'Von LeBlanc chimed in as well:

Tobias Harris didn't hold back who he's voting for:

Ben Simmons shared a screenshot of his received mail-in ballot yesterday evening too:

Former Eagles receiver and Super Bowl champion Torrey Smith posted a video of himself discussing criminal justice reform as a reason to vote today:

In the most active of measures, Rodney McLeod and other Eagles players are going across the city as the Promote The Vote Bus Tour to build voter awareness:

Here's an actual video clip of McLeod and company:

Jalen Hurts was spotted among those Eagles players too while rocking a gorgeous Phillies throwback jacket:

This is a great look at the full slate of Birds players who joined in the bus tour: