Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Katy Perry: Back At It Again With The Tucson Reference

Posted By on Tue, Sep 27, 2016 at 3:58 PM


If the song "Closer" by the Chainsmokers didn't call enough attention to Tucson, Katy Perry is here to give us Tucsonans another shout out. In this video Katy Perry speaks to the fact that on Nov. 8, it doesn't matter what you are wear as long as you vote.

While making her point she gives examples: You can show up to the polls in a onesie, dressed as Sleeping Beauty or even in only an oversized shirt from your bank — but Perry didn't just show a shirt from just any bank to illustrate her point. No, she used a Bank of Tucson shirt. 

So, if we have all learned anything from this video:

1. Register to vote.

2. Remember to vote on Nov. 8.

3. Everyone loves Tucson.

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