This election season has attracted some of the biggest celebrity attention in recent memory. Lena Dunham, John Legend, and Chrissy Teigen are among the A-listers who have very vocally campaigned for Hillary Clinton. Others, like Stephen Baldwin, Stacey Dash, and more have stood firmly behind Donald Trump. Now, another star is chiming in with her own two cents: Kourtney Kardashian is voting for Hillary Clinton.
Thus far, pop culture’s reigning family — the über famous Kardashian camp — have been on the #ImWithHer bandwagon. Kendall Jenner shared her support with a T-shirt in February, Khloé posted an enthusiastic endorsement in March, and Kim officially landed on Hillz’ side in September. So, it's not surprising that Kourtney is also pulling for the Democratic nominee.
As shown in the post below, the reality star shared on Instagram Tuesday that she’d be backing the former Secretary of State for a very important reason — her kids. “For our future, I’m with her,” she wrote alongside a photo of her daughter, Penelope, and her niece, North West, holding hands. If you keep up with Kourtney, that logic shouldn’t be all that surprising. The devoted mom of three has put her children first from the very beginning. Take, for example, an emotionally charged moment in a 2010 episode of Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami. After then-boyfriend Scott Disick’s violent behavior came to a head, she chose to protect her newborn son Mason even if it meant taking him away from his dad. "You're not going to be around Mason while you're working on yourself... I can't do this anymore,” she said at the time. “I love Mason more than I love you."
Six years later, Kourtney is still 100 percent concentrated on her kids. Following her final, headline-stirring breakup with Disick last year, she told Cosmopolitan, “Being able to focus on the kids and me right now is good.” She also frequently posts about her youngsters on social media, and her sisters have playfully teased her for being a “boring” mom.
It’s clear that Kourt just wants what’s best for her family, and she happens to think Clinton is just that.