Hillary Clinton's campaign to become the first woman to hold the office of president hasn't exactly garnered the same kind of star-power that current President Barack Obama enjoyed back in 2008 and 2012, but that doesn't mean she hasn't had her share of supporters in the world of film, television, and music. Most notable thus far has been Katy Perry, who performed a few months back at the Democratic National Convention, and now you can add to that list Miley Cyrus.

The Bangerz singer and new The Voice judge recently hit the campaign trail and found herself at George Mason University near Arlington, Virginia to help the youth turn out to vote for Hillary. Cyrus spent the day knocking on dorm room doors and imploring students to make sure they cast their ballots come November. Of course, Miley wouldn't be Miley if she didn't do it all while dressed as an American flag with a big blue bow acting as her top.

As Cyrus told the local Washington station NBC4, "I saw one Hillary poster in a sea of terrifying Trump supporters and posters. This election has been super hateful, not only for the nominees themselves, but within our own community. When I post support for Hillary on Instagram, I can’t believe the hate that I get,” Cyrus said. “It seems like you’re just talking to different people that live on different planets.”

One of the main obstacles for supporters of Hillary to overcome is a general feeling of apathy about the whole election itself. Miley had a solution, "You can go out to eat and celebrate afterward. Make a whole day out of it. It’s just fun to go. It’s important."