Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton and Vice President Joe Biden were among the politicians supporting GLAAD's Spirit Day.

The 6th annual Spirit Day supports efforts to combat the bullying of LGBT teens. Supporters are encouraged to wear purple.

Biden tweeted a photo of himself wearing a purple tie.

“VP Biden joins #SpiritDay to support LGBT youth and take a stand against bullying,” the photo was captioned.

Clinton changed her campaign's signature H logo to purple and tweeted: “To everyone who's ever been bullied for being who you are: You're perfect, and I'm proud of you. #SpiritDay -H.”

Minnesota Senator Al Franken also tweeted a photo of himself wearing a purple tie.

“I'm rocking purple for #SpiritDay. If you support LGBT equality, you should be too,” Franken messaged.

Other Democrats who tweeted their support included Colorado Senator Michael Bennet, California Rep. Mike Honda and Florida Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen.