Rock The Vote, Day 9: JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers

Let’s see what we can find out about these two Bachelor alums.


Rock The Vote is an original series, where I make an educated and researched guess on who certain celebrities are voting for Nov. 3, 2020.

JoJo Fletcher was ABC’s 12th Bachelorette. She met and got engaged to Jordan Rodgers on the show. They were scheduled to marry this year but the wedding has been delayed due to the pandemic. They live in Dallas, Texas.

JoJo follows President Donald Trump on Twitter. She also follows former President Barack Obama. She also follows pastor Joel Osteen. In 2015, Osteen called Trump a “good man.”

Not much can be found about JoJo Fletcher’s politics, but her fiance, Jordan Rodgers, follows Republican Congressman Dan Crenshaw on Instagram. And even though Jordan Rodgers doesn’t follow Republican talking head Tomi Lahren on Instagram, he and his sister-in-law, Aimee Rodgers, like a lot of her posts. Jordan liked this post and this post and this post. Aimee Rodgers liked too many posts to even link.

Aimee Rodgers is the wife to Jordan Rodgers’ brother that he still speaks to. The Rodgers family hasn’t been on speaking terms in many years, something that was highlighted on the season of The Bachelorette. Aaron Rodgers, football player and Jordan’s older brother, does not speak to anyone in the family. One of the things that divided the family was Aaron Rodgers’ reluctance to Christianity. In 2018, Aaron Rodgers supported players kneeling during the National Anthem, which serves as a sign of protest to police brutality in America. Trump does not support kneeling.

I believe Jordan Rodgers is voting for Trump and therefore I believe JoJo Fletcher is too. 

The election is Nov. 3. Find out where you can vote. Support local journalism to stay informed.

One thought on “Rock The Vote, Day 9: JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers”

  1. Jordan’s best friend was engaged to Tomi Lahren! And Tomi was upset that Jojo wanted to keep their friendship on the DL because jojo knew it’d be controversial!

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