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Touring mostly college campuses, they urged young voters to get involved politically.

In April 2009, along with stars Sarah Chalke, Jason Lewis, Alicia Silverstone, Jane Lynch, and Lance Bass, Bush appeared in the Funny or Die video "A Gaythering Storm", which parodied a National Organization for Marriage video objecting to same-sex marriage.

In February 2008, she made several appearances in Texas in support of the Obama campaign in the Democratic presidential primary election.

Bush was joined in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Waco by fellow actor Adam Rodríguez.

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She carried a sign stating, "I DO support the freedom to marry", and a shirt which had the words "Legalize Gay" across it.

To all the other co-stars who've worked it out, more power to you." On January 8, 2011, Bush's nine-year-old second cousin, Christina-Taylor Green, was fatally shot in the assassination attempt on Democratic Representative Gabrielle Giffords in Tucson, Arizona.

Green was the youngest victim of the massacre, which killed six people.

After Bush gained mainstream fame, she became a spokesperson for high-profile brands.

She has posed on the cover of several mainstream magazines such as Entertainment Weekly, Lucky, Maxim, Glamour, In Style, and Zooey Magazine.

She carried a sign stating, "I DO support the freedom to marry", and a shirt which had the words "Legalize Gay" across it.

To all the other co-stars who've worked it out, more power to you." On January 8, 2011, Bush's nine-year-old second cousin, Christina-Taylor Green, was fatally shot in the assassination attempt on Democratic Representative Gabrielle Giffords in Tucson, Arizona.

Green was the youngest victim of the massacre, which killed six people.

After Bush gained mainstream fame, she became a spokesperson for high-profile brands.

She has posed on the cover of several mainstream magazines such as Entertainment Weekly, Lucky, Maxim, Glamour, In Style, and Zooey Magazine.

From 2014 to 2017, she starred in the NBC police procedural drama series Chicago P. Bush stated: "Part of my school's requirement was to do a play.