By Staff | October 23, 2020 | 3:47pm EDT
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(Photo by David Hume Kennerly/Getty Images)

Singer Cher, who has sent out tweets supporting former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign for president, has announced that she will be going to Arizona and Nevada this weekend to campaign for Biden for president.

“JOE BIDEN IS NOT JUST THE ‘RIGHT MAN’ RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT…HE’S THE ‘ONLY MAN” RUNNING,’” Cher had said in a tweet she sent out on Oct. 10.

That tweet included a video of the advertisement Cindy McCain, the wife of the late Sen. John McCain, did to endorse Biden for president.

In a tweet sent out on Wednesday, Cher said: “Going Nevada & Arizona to speak on behalf of BIDEN HARRIS.”

The Arizona Republic posted a story online on Thursday that carried the headline: “You better believe Cher is coming to Arizona to campaign for Biden. Here’s what to know.”

The story said:

“A press release from the Biden campaign confirmed the news.

“‘This weekend, award-winning singer and actress Cher will travel to Nevada and Arizona to campaign on behalf of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris,’ it says.

“On Saturday, Oct. 24, she'll travel to Las Vegas. On Sunday, Oct. 25, she'll be in Phoenix.”

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