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3 October 2012, 11:19 | Updated: 3 October 2012, 11:26
The artists join other female stars such as Eva Longoria for the 'Women's Voices' message ahead of next month's election.
Beyonce and Jennifer Lopez star in a new campaign video in support of the reelection campaign for US President Barack Obama.
The 'Crazy In Love' singer joins the likes of Hollywood stars such as Olivia Wilde, Eva Longoria and Julianne Moore for a feature called 'Women's Voices, showing the importance of the female vote to next month's election.
"It's not just about supporting the President because I want to see him reelected, I'm standing up for the future of my daughter," reveals the Destiny's Child singer. "The future that I want her to see."
"Women will help decide this election," says Jennifer. "I grew up with a strong, hardworking mom and dad, and two brilliant sisters. I learned that from an early age that when women come together, there is nothing we can't do."
Eva Longoria adds: "I find such a champion in President Obama, which is why I passionately support him, specifically because I'm a woman."
Beyonce and husband Jay-Z also recently held a fundraiser for the American leader, raising $4 million for his re-election campaign.
You can watch the 'Women's Voices' campaign video for US President Barack Obama below:
Obama addressed the couple at the event and said the 'Love On Top' star was the "perfect role model" for his daughters.