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President Barack Obama
The official White House Instagram posted an image of the President at the polls, hashtagging it #ElectionDay and captioning the photo with a quote from the Commander-in-Chief himself: “My message to every American is simple: Get out there and vote.”
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Voting was a family affair for Seth Meyers. He brought his wife, Alexi, and their son, Ashe Olson with him when he voted in New York City on Nov. 8. He posted the sweet snap on Instagram with the caption, "Intro to democracy."
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Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis
The new parents brought along their month-old baby daughter Daisy when they voted in New York City on Nov. 8. Wilde posted the adorable photo on Instagram with the caption, "Baby girl's first election. It's a cool time to be alive. #tearsofjoy."
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Geek god Joss Whedon, who joined the chorus of famous voices encouraging Americans to vote (and rejoined Twitter to do so) with his star-studded Save the Day video series, took to social media to show fans that he practices what he preaches. On Election Day, he tweeted a photo of himself in black and white — except for his red, white, and blue I Voted sticker — with no caption.
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The Democratic candidate showed up to vote early in the day, and cast her vote at Douglas G. Grafflin School in Chappaqua, New York. Clinton posted a photo of herself filling out the ballot on Instagram on Nov. 8, with the simple caption, "Happy Election Day!"
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Jack Antonoff and Lena Dunham
The power couple teamed up to vote in New York City on Nov. 8. The Girls star posted the cute photo of her and her musician boyfriend on Instagram with the caption, "Our family voted and we couldn't be happier. How 'bout you??"
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The actress snapped a cute selfie after her stop at the polls, and posted the photo on Instagram with the caption, "Today is #ElectionDay! Have you made your voice heard yet?"
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The news anchor happily posed with her 'I Voted' sticker and a fresh cup of coffee after voting in New York City on Nov. 8. She took to Twitter to share the news, and wrote, "Just voted! Send me your voting pics!"
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Kinsey found a great spot for her 'I Voted' sticker - on her phone case. The Office star snapped a selfie after voting on Nov. 8, and posted it on Instagram with the caption, "Get out there folks and make your voices hear! #vote #lifelibertyandthepursuitofhappiness."
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Nick Jonas didn't let potential jet lag stop him making his voice heard. from The singer rocked his vote (and a leather jacket) in an Instagram selfie on Nov. 8., and captioned the photo, "Right off the plane from Hawaii to go vote. #electionday."
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The singer finally broke her silence on the election with this Instagram post. She captioned it with a simple, "Today is the day. Go out and VOTE.
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The actress looked thrilled to be casting her vote as she grinned in an Instagram selfie on Nov. 8. She captioned the photo, "I voted," accompanied by patriotic emojis.
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The Live with Kelly host and her son Michael cast their votes together in New York City on Nov. 8. Ripa posted the sweet photo on Instagram, and captioned it, "Nothing like the feeling of witnessing your child vote for the first time. Nothing. MAKE IT COUNT!"
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The fashion designer showed off his sticker after voting in New York City on Nov. 8. Jacobs posted the thumbs-up selfie with the caption, "Let's do this, America! VOTE #election2016."
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The actor's sons Sasha and Samuel may not be old enough to vote just yet, but they accompanied dad to the polls in New York City on Nov. 8. Schreiber posted the cute snap on Instagram with the caption, "Boys are stoked to #vote!"
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Patton Oswalt and daughter
Leave it to Patton Oswalt to post the most adorable election photo on the Internet. Oswalt recruited his daughter, Alice, to join in on the fun, and posted the sweet father-daughter shot on Twitter. "No way does she grow up in your slo-mo temper tantrum version of America, @realDonaldTrump," he wrote.
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The actress kept it simple (and patriotic) on Instagram on Nov. 8, sporting an 'American Woman' t-shirt and captioning her photo with six American flag emojis.
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The rapper-turned-actor showed off his sticker on Nov. 8 with a proud selfie on Twitter. "If I can [get] my ass up this early and vote. You can too. Let's go family!!" he wrote.
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The Mindy Project star took to Twitter to share a photo of her I Voted sticker, impeccably matched to her striped scarf, captioned with a fist-bump emoji.
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The country star showed off her Tennesseean I Voted sticker on Instagram, captioning the selfie, “Got it done! #vote”
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The model (and Taylor Swift squad member) posted a photo of herself filling out an absentee ballot on Nov. 8. "One of the greatest privileges we have as Americans is a voice," she captioned the Instagram photo. "I'm proud to say I did my part, now it's your turn #ImWithHer."
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The actress jokingly took to Twitter to express her nerves over the results of the election, originally tweeting a photo of herself anxiously eating a pickle. She followed up the pickle photo with one of her eating a hard-boiled egg, and showing off her 'I Voted' sticker on Nov. 8. "I've moved onto the eggs because I'm with...her? #egg #plant #Ann #voteforher," she wrote on Twitter.
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The Voice coach and vocal Clinton supporter took to Instagram to share a selfie with her voting sticker. “I voted today for @hillaryclinton,” she captioned the grinning photo. “I am so proud of all of you who did the same! #imwithher”
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Selina Meyer herself is getting out the vote this election, too! Julia Louis-Dreyfus shared a video on Instagram, which she captioned, “Let’s get this done” along with the hashtags #StayInLine and #ImWithHer. Wearing a “Nasty Woman” t-shirt and an I Voted sticker in the video, the actress says, “This nasty woman just voted today, before going to work, and I voted for Hillary Clinton. I’m hoping that you will vote today, and that you will stay in line no matter how long it is — it was a long line for me this morning — and when you vote, vote for Hillary.”
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Sterling K. Brown
The This Is Us actor and recent Emmy winner took to Instagram to document his trip to the polls on Nov. 8. "7 a.m....walking to my polling place right now," he says in the charming video. "A little bit of an early bird line, but it's all good, shouldn't take more than an hour. I'll memorize some lines in the meantime. I'm excited, people are excited, people are out. Good luck, America." Once he made it through the line, he followed up, and posted a second Instagram flaunting his 'I Voted' sticker. "#ivoted & it feels good! Time to go to work," he captioned the second Instagram. "My wife gon' make me move to Ghana if this don't turn out right! #fingerscrossed."
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Cameron Diaz posted a smiling selfie to Instagram on Election Day, captioning it, “I voted today for the country I want to live in... a country where there is equality, inclusion, acceptance and freedom that EVERY American deserves... Please go out and vote for the America you want to live in.”
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Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello
Sofia Vergara took to Instagram to share a selfie taken with her husband, both of them sporting I Voted stickers and big smiles. “We did it!!!” she captioned the photo.
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Neil Patrick Harris
The actor took to Instagram to share his 'I Voted' sticker, which he got in New York City on Nov. 8. He used a Martin Luther King Jr. quote to caption the photo, writing, "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter."
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Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman
This pair of Aussies holds dual citizenship, and used it when they cast their votes on Election Day. Urban tweeted a photo of him and Kidman with the caption, “Just voted!!!!!!”
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Amy Poehler was among the celebrities who were out of town for Election Day, but that didn’t stop her from voting. The Amy Poehler Smart Girls Twitter account shared a photo of Poehler holding her absentee ballot, posting along with her caption, “Sent in my absentee ballot last week wearing my @parksandrecnbc crew hat. Wish I was in NY to watch history in the making. #imwithher #voteknope”
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Sarah Jessica Parker
Carrie Bradshaw wasn’t registered to vote, but the same can’t be said for the woman who played her on TV. The ever-stylish SJP accessorized a cream-colored jacket with her NYC I Voted sticker, captioning the photo on Instagram, “Good L_rd it feels good.”
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Justin Theroux was in Berlin for Election Day, so he posted a photo of his mail-in ballot on Instagram along with the caption, “Vote=rocked.” He also included some #Germanfunfacts, in the form of very long hashtags, due to his being in Berlin: #Germanyonceelectedanisolationistloudmouthwhocouldreallyworkacrowd,hadterriblehair,whohatedforeignersandblamedminoritiesforthecountrysproblems,threatenedtoimprisonhisopponents,intimidatedthemedia,hadnorespectforthediplomaticprocess,andsaidonlyhecouldfixtheeconomy...and...thatdidntgosogreatforgermany #alsotheyknowalotabouthoweffectivegreatbigwallsare #themoreyouknow
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Captain America himself took full advantage of his patriotic duty to vote, and posted a photo of his sticker on Twitter on Nov. 8. He tweeted "#ImWithHer #StrongerTogether" along with the photo.
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The DNCE frontman put his voting sticker on his nose and smized hard for this selfie, which he tweeted along with a simple #VOTE.
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Hillary's running mate may have won the Internet with this adorable photo posted on Twitter on Nov. 8 from his polling place in Virginia. He wrote of the pic, "I wanted to be first at my polling place, but 99-year-old Minerva Turpin beat me to it. Looks like I need to get used to being number two!"
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The famed author took to Twitter to share the news that he'd voted for Hillary Clinton in New York City on Nov. 8. "Done. You're welcome," he wrote. "#MadamPresident #imwithher."
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The Orange is the New Black star showed off her 'I Voted' sticker after casting her vote in New York City on Nov. 8. She followed up her trip to the polls with a book and a warm cup of coffee, captioning her photo, "Starting the morning right. #Vote #election2016 #workday."
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The comedian hopped on the bandwagon to cast his vote on Nov. 8. He posted a post-ballot selfie on Twitter, and captioned it, "All the cool people are voting and so did I."
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The Modern Family star took his real-life family to the polls, and voted with sister Raini Rodriguez. The two showed off their stickers on Instagram, and Rico captioned his photo, "To your left is a first time voter (Me) and a 2nd time voter, making a different in the world! Very honored to cast my first ballot today."
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The CNN anchor waited two hours in line to vote in New York City on Nov. 8, and posted a selfie on Instagram saying the wait was well worth it.
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The Grey's Anatomy star took a break from saving lives to cast her vote in the election. She showed off her 'I Voted' sticker on her forehead with an Instagram photo, captioned, "Yes I did!!!! #IVoted."
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Former (and potentially future) First Daughter Chelsea Clinton tweeted a selfie from the nose down (à la Taylor Swift’s 1989 cover?), showing off a “Make Herstory” tee and a voting sticker. She posted the photo with the sweet caption: “One of the greatest honors of my life was voting for you today mom. As always, I’m beyond proud of you.”
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Eric Trump and wife Lara Yunasska
Donald Trump's son and his wife cast their votes on Nov. 8. Trump has been active on social media campaigning for his father on Election Day, even though the day also happens to be his anniversary with his wife, which he celebrated on Instagram.
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The former Maryland governor encouraged his Instagram followers to get out and vote with this picture posted Nov. 8. He expressed his support for Hillary Clinton, writing, "It's Election Day! If you haven't voted yet, join me in casting your ballot for @hillaryclinton #imwithher."
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The actress/singer got her baby bump in on the election fun with this sweet photo posted on Instagram on Nov. 7. "A little message from me and #BabyGirlBrown," she captioned the photo. "#VOTE."
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The Saturday Night Live star voted in New York City on Nov. 8, and posted a photo on Instagram expressing his excitement. "So happy the first time I ever voted it was for the 1st woman president of the United States," he wrote. "Get out there and vote polls are open till 9pm #hrc2016."
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The actress voted on Nov. 8, and shared a sweet selfie on Instagram with her husband, Ryan Piers Williams, to commemorate the moment. She captioned the photo, "Democracy rules! One voice, one vote! Go get your vote on! #ivoted."
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Lakshmi voted in New York City on Nov. 8, and proudly showed off her 'I Voted' sticker on Twitter. She captioned the photo, "Brown, proud and voting loud!!!! Immigrants make this country great. Vote no for bigotry and yes to l[o]ve vs hate!"
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The actor voted in Scranton, PA on Nov. 8, and shared a collage of himself volunteering to help get out the vote, clipboards and all. Penn knows a thing or two about politics - in 2009, he briefly left acting to join the Obama administration as an Associate Director in the White House Office of Public Engagement.
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Lady Gaga and Michelle Kwan
Olympic figure skater Michelle Kwan cast her vote on Nov. 8 with a familiar face - Lady Gaga! The two posed for an election day photo, which Kwan posted on Instagram with the caption, "Election Day Game Face with @ladygaga #govote #voteforhillary."
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Brie Larson was able to vote early, sharing a photo from her line at the polls on October 29. The actress took a selfie with her fellow voters, captioning the Instagram, "Alright world. I'm about to wait in the insanely long and impressive line behind me to vote early! Power to the people."
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The TV personality voted in Georgia on November 4. "I just voted! I want all my followers to please get out and vote!" he Instagrammed. "Do not sit this out, we can do it. #vote #election2016 #usa."
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Jessica Biel shared a shot of herself with a "I Voted" sticker on October 31. She poked fun at her husband's selfie debacle in her Instagram caption, writing, "When you're so turnt up about voting that you do a photo shoot with your sticker and think it's cool but then second guess it, but you've already posted, but at least you waited to get home before snapping so you won't almost go to jail, shout out to @justintimberlake."
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January Jones voted from the comfort of her own bathtub on October 27. The actress shared a shot of herself soaking with the sticker from her absentee ballot, writing, "Multitasking the crap out of today.. voted..in the tub. I feel like my decisions were better made while super chill and slightly overheated. #somanyprops"
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A vocal Hillary Clinton supporter, Connie Britton snapped a photo with her friend Bridgett after voting on October 26. "What do you get 'the woman who has everything' for her birthday...you vote for her! HAPPY BIRTHDAY HILLARY!" she Instagrammed. "My friend @brideyp and I were giddy today after voting. We celebrated with margaritas and dreams of the future. #imwithher #wevote"
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Ian Somerhalder got his voting sticker on November 4. He Instagrammed a photo with the badge of honor, captioning the shot, "LET'S DO THIS AMERICA! Come on Mrs. President, let's please fix what's wrong and move on... Healthcare, The Middle East, The economy, education, preserving our environment and moving into a green future for starters... You've got a lot to do, but we're behind you. The country is divided-lets stitch it back together with innovation, compassion, gratitude and love. Thank you, Ian"
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Katy Perry celebrated her 32nd birthday on October 25 by exercising her right to vote. She shared a video of herself at her polling place, captioning the clip, "GAVE MYSELF THE BEST BIRTHDAY PRESENT EVER BY VOTING TODAYWish @hillaryclinton a Happy Birthday tomorrow with your EARLY vote. Check http://www.rockthevote.com to see where your poll is. #HBDTOME #HAPPYBIRTHDAYHILLARY #SCORPIOSISTERS"
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Alanis Morissette took multitasking to the next level when she voted while breastfeeding her infant daughter Onyx. The Canadian singer, who became a U.S. citizen in 2005, Instagrammed the moment, complete with a voting sticker on her chest, writing, "#evenwhenyoucantleavethehouse"
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Paul Wesley rocked his voting sticker on November 1. "Check it out kids, I VOTED!" he captioned his Instagram selfie.
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Christian Slater posed with his absentee ballot on October 22. "Proud to be an American and exercise my civic duty and right to vote!!" he wrote on Instagram. "Get out there and register if you haven't already! #vote #election2016"
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Idina Menzel posed for a photo at the New York City Board of Elections after voting on November 1. The famed actress wore her sticker and captioned the Instagram, "Feels so good. #GoVote #ImWithHer"
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The UnREAL actress shared a selfie with her voting sticker on November 2. "Put your sticker where your mouth is!" she wrote. "Actions speak louder than words! Do not stay home and think your vote doesn't matter, we all matter! Do your part! #Vote PLEASE!"
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Eva Longoria posted an Instagram on November 1 after filling out her absentee ballot. She captioned the photo, "Today is National Early Vote Day! Most states allow you to vote early at a time that fits your schedule. Find out more at iwillvote.com/locate"
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Sophia Bush took a selfie rocking an I Voted wristband on October 25, captioning the shot, "#iVoted Yo Chicago, do you know that early voting started October 24th? Yup! Get in and get your civic engagement on! Feels good to #VoteEarly #America #F--kYeah #WhereMyNastyWomenAt #ThatsMissNastyToYou"
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NeNe Leakes took a moment to snap a selfie with her voting sticker in a car in Georgia on October 28. "Imma early Georgia voter!" she wrote. "That's right, I wanted to make sure they got my damn vote and you should too. Get into it! Get out and VOTE"
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Josh Gad snapped a selfie after voting on October 29. "So proud to #voteearly," he wrote. "Waited an hour and a half to vote with my daughter. Get out and make your voice heard!!!"
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Drew Barrymore smiled with her voting sticker on November 2. She captioned her Instagram shot, "Read my article for @refinery29 I wrote about the documentary I made about voting in 2003. It is personal and spirited and non partisan. Link in bio! And thank you for anyone who takes the time! I promise it's optimistic. Ps I voted today!!!!!!!!! #gotthesticker"
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Ludacris snapped a photo of himself with his wife, Eudoxie Mbouguiengue, on October 28. The rapper captioned the shot of the two with their voting stickers, "The couple that votes together....."
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Sheryl Crow took a selfie with her voting sticker, complete with a flower crown Snapchat filter. The singer Instagrammed the photo, writing, "Glad to have voted, now let's get this thing wrapped up! Change.org/makeitshort #MakeItShort #vote #getoutandvote #petition"
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Mario Lopez voted and got his sticker to prove it, snapping a photo after he exercised his right to vote. "Happy #NationalEarlyVoteDay!" he Instagrammed. "If you don't vote you can't complain. It's your right & civic duty as an American to vote... #America #Democracy #IVoted"
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Alison Brie took a photo with her voting material, tweeting, "I did it! You can too! #VOTE"
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Holly Madison did some festive voting on Halloween. She shared a selfie in her Khaleesi costume with a voting sticker on the cape, writing, "Responsible citizen #vote #earlyvoting #motherofdragons #nevada"
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Lauren Conrad took a simple shot of her white T-shirt with an I Voted sticker on the neckline. She captioned the Instagram with a checkmark emoji and an American flag.
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Jenna Fischer took to Instagram to post a selfie with her own I Voted sticker. The actress captioned the photo, "I will be in Canada on Election Day so I voted today! Feeling proud to be part of a great country and democracy. #vote #downballotmatterstoo"
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The Saturday Night Live actress posted this happy selfie to Instagram, captioning it, “I don't have a sticker to take a picture of, but here's a pic of me feeling great. Go vote!"
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The once and future Sookie St. James stuck her voting sticker right to the middle of her forehead for this close-up selfie (showing off her fabulous huge sunglasses), which she Instagrammed with the caption, “Yippeee!! I voted!!!!”
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Tori Spelling tweeted a photo of two of her children, each wearing a big I Voted sticker and flashing a thumbs-up at the camera. She wrote, “I put in my #vote! Did you?”
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Alyssa Milano (whose name on Twitter is currently “I’m With Her”) sported her I Voted sticker and posed in front of an American flag for a photo, which she posted to Twitter with the caption, “I’m a nasty woman.”
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Sarah Hyland Instagrammed a selfie, wearing big sunglasses and her I Voted sticker right on her nose, and captioned the photo, “#Vote I DID! DID YOU???”
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The Oscar nominee and Empire actress tweeted a photo holding her sticker over one eye, captioning it, “I voted like 2 weeks ago but here's my sticker! Go vote! Seriously.....GO VOTE!”
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Taraji P. Henson
Cookie voted! Henson stuck her I Voted sticker to her palm and took an artsy black-and-white photo of it, obstructing her face. She posted the picture to Instagram with the hashtag #Vote and a few kiss-mark emojis.
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The Westworld star tweeted a photo of his NYC I Voted sticker stuck to the ground, captioning the pic, “The earth’s like ‘not vote? Yeah, get real.’ #ElectionDay #NeverAClown #ImWithHer”
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Sir Anthony Hopkins, who holds dual citizenship in the U.S. and his native U.K., tweeted an #ElectionDay photo of himself wearing all black — except for his red, white, and blue I Voted sticker.
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Jessica Alba posted a selfie wearing her I Voted sticker. “Your voice matters! #Vote,” she captioned the photo on Twitter, along with an American flag emoji and a call to “choose #lovetoday”
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Amanda Seyfried posted a post-polls selfie with her fiancé Thomas Sadoski, which she captioned, “Voted and it feels so right #imwithher”
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The Oscar winner Instagrammed a photo of herself wearing all black and pulling the brim of her black cap, the top of which was covered in I Voted stickers, down over her eyes. “No caption necessary,” she captioned the post.
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The #TGIT queen took to Instagram to share a photo of her I Voted sticker, which she captioned, “Get your vote on!! #imwithher”
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The former *NSYNC-er tweeted a selfie wearing a huge I Voted sticker on his Super Mario baseball cap. “Yeah I did …. did u ?” he captioned the photo.
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Ellen Pompeo and Debbie Allen
The Grey’s Anatomy costars hit the polls together, and Allen took to Twitter to share this snap of the two of them. “Did you vote? We did!” She captioned the photo, along with the hashtags #Vote2016 #sensenotnonsense.
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Ken Jeong posted a selfie taken in the car, presumably as he left the polls, wearing an I Voted sticker and captioned with the hashtags #electionday #IVOTED #DrKen.
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Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy
Felicity Huffman tweeted a photo with her husband, William H. Macy, both wearing I Voted stickers (in Huffman’s case, two of them) on their faces. “Voter love,” Huffman captioned the photo. “WE LOVE HILLARY!”
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Zoe Kazan shared a post-voting selfie on Twitter, wearing her NYC I Voted sticker and a T-shirt that reads, “Nov. 8 P---y Grabs Back.” She captioned the post, “Woke up at 6.30 am. Voted for Hillary. Cried the whole time. Can't stop thinking about the women who went before us, who fought for this day”
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The TV superproducer posted a photo of himself with his son, Caleb, the latter of whom got to wear the I Voted sticker. “This thing is rigged! Look who voted! :)“ he captioned the sweet picture.
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Renee Elise Goldsberry
The Tony-winning Hamilton star was shooting in Vancouver on Election Day, but Instagrammed a photo of herself wearing an I Voted sticker a week beforehand when she voted early. “I tried to show my ID, and they giggled. ‘We’re #NEWYORKERS!,’ they said. ‘We trust each other here!’ It felt good! And even better when I cast my vote!” she captioned the selfie.
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The Supernatural star has been very vocal this election, and sent in his vote early, encouraging fans to do the same on Nov. 5 in a cute Instagram photo with his daughter, Maison.