Eva Longoria Continues Election Efforrts at Early Vote Canvass Kickoff
Continuing to do her part in this year’s upcoming election, Eva Longoria brought her charismatic self to the Early Vote Canvass Kickoff in Hialeah, Florida on Saturday (October 27).
The “Desperate Housewives” hottie prettied up the politically directed affair in skinny jeans, a white blouse and a blue blazer as she happily posed in front of a large American flag and a cardboard cutout of U.S. President Barack Obama.
Taking to her Twitter page to share about the patriotic experience, 37-year-old Eva posted a photo of herself alongside Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Shultz accompanied with a caption reading, “Me and @dwstweets Debbie Wasserman Schultz speaking to Hispanic Women for Obama in Weston,FL These ladies are fired up!”
Miss Longoria, who is a known supporter of President Obama, has been busily keeping her social media page alive by voicing her personal opinions on the race thus far while also taking part in a PSA, speaking at the Democratic National Convention and hosting a women’s summit.