James' choice of photograph—players wearing shirts that said "Vote Warnock"—was notable.
Democratic candidate Raphael Warnock ran against Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler, co-owner of the Dream, in one of Tuesday's elections. WNBA players have publicly campaigned for Warnock and frequently used their platforms during the 2020 season in the league's "bubble" in Bradenton, Florida, to do so.
In addition to fighting against police brutality and systemic racism by calling for justice for George Floyd, Jacob Blake, Breonna Taylor and many others during press conferences and with messages on their shirts, many WNBA players wore shirts with the phrase "Vote Warnock."
A number of players also called for the WNBA to oust Loeffler from her role with the Dream.
As for James, he has used his platform to speak on political issues a number of times and is a well-known critic of Donald Trump. He also helped form a voting rights group called More Than A Vote that worked to combat voter suppression and raise awareness about the importance of issues.
LeBron James @KingJames
We live!!! https://t.co/myvC7O9Omi Thank you to every incredible athlete and artist working to help us pull this together. Change doesn’t happen sitting on the sideline. Use our site to register and join our fight against voter suppression. ✊🏾👑 #MoreThanAVote #BlackLivesMatter https://t.co/qcowjYBefW
Loeffler is projected to lose the race to Warnock, per CNN.