Taylor Swift, who for the first time voiced her opinion on politics over the weekend, urged the audience Tuesday during the American Music Awards to vote for more than music awards.

“I just wanted to make a mention of the fact that this award and every single award given out tonight were voted on by the people, and you know what else is voted on by the people? It’s the midterm elections on Nov. 6,” Swift said during her acceptance speech for her third and final award of the night. “Get out and vote. I love you guys."

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On Sunday, Swift posted a lengthy Instagram post and broke her silence on politics. The post weighing in on Tennessee races has garnered commentary since Swift did not come out publicly to support or denounce a candidate in the 2016 presidential election.

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In the post, she endorsed Democratic Senate candidate Phil Bredesen and Rep. Jim Cooper, who is running for re-election to the House. She said she had been disappointed in Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn’s voting record.

Voter registration spiked following the endorsement, and vote.org confirmed Tuesday that they had 64,000 people between the ages of 18 and 29 register since Swift made her social media post.

Swift said she is registered to vote, and will be doing so, in Tennessee's November midterm elections.

She did not endorse any candidates or get into any specifics at the AMAs.