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.”
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.”
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.”
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.
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!”
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??”
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?”
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!”
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.”
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.”
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.
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.
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!”
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.”
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!”
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.
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.
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.
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.
The country star showed off her Tennesseean I Voted sticker on Instagram, captioning the selfie, “Got it done! #vote”
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.”
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.
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”
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.”
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.”
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.”
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.
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.”
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!!!!!!”
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”
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.”
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
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.
The DNCE frontman put his voting sticker on his nose and smized hard for this selfie, which he tweeted along with a simple #VOTE.
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!”
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.”
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.”
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.”
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.”
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.