Celebrities waited on lines at the polling stations just like the rest of us on Super Tuesday! In an effort to encourage fans to follow suit and hit the voting booth, the stars proudly posted snapshots of the stickers they earned after casting their ballots. Click through to see who exercised their right to vote on March 3, 2020, or got the job done in days prior through early voting.
No gasping here! "I did it, so can you. Get out there and vote!!" the Late Night star captioned her cute Boomerang.
Melissa Benoist and Chris Wood
"We voted all the way from Canada!" the Supergirl actress captioned a pic of her and her hubby with their "I voted" stickers. "Because IT’S IMPORTANT and we’re lucky we have the right to — #ivoted."
Even Slate's tee was on-theme! "Hiyeee! I did it! I liked it! I hope you did/do too!" the actress wrote of casting her ballot. "Hey and 40% of every sale of this @madewell T goes to @aclu_nationwide ❤️❤️❤️ That’s good news!"
Caps off to BanX and her dedication to "phierce the vote ☑️?."
"Wooohooo!!!! Massive honor to be able to vote today!" the British-American actress shared. "GO VOTE!!!!!! #vote2020."
"I #voted today and so should you!" the fashion designer shared from Beverly Hills. "It is an honor and privilege to use our voices and be heard. Beyond anything it is our responsibility to our children and their future ?? #rundontwalk #vote #supertuesday ❤️?."
Sarah Michelle Gellar
"In 1919 the right for women to vote was passed in Congress. This is not a privilege, I take for granted #vote #supertuesday," Gellar shared.
The comedian went for a Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer look with his sticker. "GO AND DO LIKEWISE. #vote," he wrote on Instagram.
"Strapped on all of m’winners gear and hustled over to Pawnee to #voteblue2020 ✊?(#VoteWarren btw)," the Parks and Recreation star shared, referring to his Chicago Cubs baseball cap. (But by Pawnee, he means Pasadena -- but fans of his former sitcom appreciate the nod to Pawnee!)
For her 38th birthday, Biel headed to the polls! "Proof that I did more than just eat cake today. ?????," she captioned her sticker selfie. "If you don’t vote, then you don’t get a sticker to post on Instagram. You also don’t get to have your voice heard and influence the world we all live in, but also… the sticker."
The Scandal star complemented her "I voted" sticker with a colorful headpiece, gold-framed glasses, chunky hoops and a denim jacket embroidered with the word "Mama" in red stitching. "Voting VIBES today on #SuperTuesday!!!Who’s getting out to VOTE!?!" Washington captioned her selfie.
"D isn’t just for donuts...It’s for DEMOCRACY ?✅? #vote," the funny lady captioned her goofy but effective Boomerang.
The Glee alum basked in the glow from the sun and his sticker.
On her Instagram Stories, the "Anyone" singer encouraged fans to "do your research and vote with confidence," revealing that she spent three hours "looking up every single person on the ballot, even for positions that may not seem as important as the Presidency." She also shared a snap of her voting sticker, which she stuck to her phone case.
"Super Anxious. Super Hopeful. ?? #SuperTuesday #ivoted," the One Tree Hill alum wrote on Instagram after casting her vote in Los Angeles.
In between sharing images of her recent bikini shoots, the makeup mogul took to her Instagram Story to remind voters in Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont and Virginia that they can vote in primary elections on March 3.
The model shared a similar note on her Instagram Story, writing in part, "There are so many first time voters today which is so exciting cause we need the next generation to get out there!! I urge all of you to please go out there and vote, you may not think your single vote makes a difference but I promise you IT DOES!!"
Both Sims and her daughter, Scarlett, got to rock "I voted" stickers on Super Tuesday! "I’m so proud to live in a country where we have a right to vote and let our voice be heard! If you’re a part of the Super Tuesday states, get out there and VOTE today!" the actress captioned her mother-daughter selfie. "I encourage you to take this responsibility, this privilege seriously! Lead by example and grab your friends, neighbors, coworkers and spouses and get out there! ?❤️? #supertuesday #govote #ivoted."
"'Merica!!! ❤️??," the WWE wrestler exclaimed as she shared a black-and-white selfie with her sticker.
"I went to a very busy polling location at a very busy time of day and the whole process still took less than an hour," the Girl Meets World star shared. "I actually enjoyed every minute of it and it was beautiful to see so many people participating. Don't let your voice go unheard. Make and take the time to vote today! ❤️??❤️."
The former Girls star affixed his sticker to his Levi's denim jacket.
Puckering up to her sticker! "Let your voices be heard. #Vote #SuperTuesday," Banks captioned her voting selfie.
The Olympian was just one of many famous faces to take post-voting car selfies in Los Angeles. "No matter who you're voting for it's important that you let your voice be heard!" Kenworthy wrote alongside his 'gram. "Go to iamavoter.com to check your registration status, register to vote and to find out where your nearest polling place is. Let's do this! ?️?? #iamavoter #vote #dumptrump."
"That felt good. #IvotedToday," the actor admitted.
"Started a new family tradition. I took the boy to the voting booth. #vote," the actor shared of bringing his oldest child, 3-year-old Wyatt, along to the polls in Malibu.
"SUPER TUESDAY? Today’s the day! If you can, DO!" the model captioned a selfie with her "I voted" sticker placed smack in the middle of her forehead.
"Do it! NOW!!" the That '70s Show alum demanded of people getting out to vote.
Luckily, Elfman adorned her sticker to her sunglasses after visiting a Los Angeles voting center!
The Boy Meets World alum quoted Thomas Jefferson alongside the hashtags "#ivoted??," "#ilovemycountry❤️," and "#supertuesday."
CaCee Cobb and Donald Faison
"Get the picture? #vote #supertuesday," the Scrubs alum captioned a selfie of him and his wife matching in gray tops adorned with "I voted" stickers.
Heading to the polls with pal Rivka Sophia Rossi, Richie declared, "We gave America our votes, but not our germs."
The Grey's Anatomy alum shared just a photo of his sticker alongside the caption, "Get out and vote ! Make your voice heard!"
"Yup! #ivoted Have you? Send me an #ivoted pic of you! ❤️?❤️," the former talk show host requested of her fans.
The Marriage Story star was right there with son Ellery as he voted for the first time. "What a moment going to vote for the first time with your child! We did it! Have you? Let’s vote so we can feel hopeful for our planet!" she wrote on Instagram.
The American Horror Story actress wrote "do it" over her Instagram Story showing her sticker in front of a Los Angeles voting center.
Even the BH90210 star's dog, Buddy, got in on the exciting voting action!
The Troop Zero star snapped a selfie in her car with her "I voted" sticker and used four very appropriate emojis to mark the occasion: "????❤️."
"PLEEEASE VOTE!!! ?? #SuperTuesday," the actress pleaded with fans while displaying her sticker and two thumbs up.
The model-actress shared a lengthy message alongside a photo of herself holding up an official ballot, explaining both why Super Tuesday is so important and what made her vote for Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders. "Tomorrow is Super Tuesday which means 1357 pledged delegates (33.8% of the nationwide total) are up for grabs. I voted in California via absentee ballot for @berniesanders!" she wrote. "For far too long the political establishment has sacrificed the interests of the people for those of corporations and billionaires. That’s why we have a country with the highest incarceration rate in the world, an environmental disaster on our hands and millions of people in insurmountable debt who’ve been denied fundamental human rights like health care and education. A Democracy means one person, one vote, not billionaires buying elections. Tomorrow we have the opportunity to restore our democracy and make our country prioritize the interests of its citizens. Go vote!"
The "No Time to Die" singer took to her Instagram Story to encourage young fans to register to vote. "Like a lot of you, I am going to be voting for the first time, and so are you," Eilish, 18, said in her videos. "And you gotta make sure you're registered to vote already, preregistered to vote, whatever it is."
"GET OUT AND VOTE. NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!! ❤️????? #supertuesday," the reality star pleaded.
"Go do it! It's important to make your voice heard. Please find out when your state's primary is and #vote," the Modern Family star wrote on Instagram.
The stand-up comedian showed off her sticker on her Instagram Story while visiting the Late Late Show With James Corden.
Robbie Amell and Italia Ricci
"First timers here!! #ivoted," the actor declared of his and his wife's selfie, which they took alongside their infant son. Both Amell and Ricci were born in Canada.
"Super Tuesday is coming up, and all the cool kids are saying no to voter apathy! ??," Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe's daughter declared. "If you can, exercise your right to #vote and maybe even take a low quality selfie with your sticker! (link in bio for voting info & resources)."
The former Glee star got his vote in at an iconic Los Angeles location. "Voting feels good. Voting early feels even better. Voting at the Hollywood Bowl feels the best. LFG, Super Tuesday!" he captioned a selfie with partner Austin P. McKenzie.
The American Housewife actress reminded fans that they can mail in an absentee ballot or vote in person.
The Frozen 2 star took advantage of Los Angeles' early voting system. "#ivoted?? how are you spending your Sunday?!" he shared.
"I voted early! Check for early voting in your area! Put your power on paper with a blue or black ink pen and #VOTE!" the actress captioned her sticker selfie. "We can change the narrative, if we SHOW UP! and that means EVERYONE! Yes even YOU! Don’t think that you don’t matter because YOU DO! #sundayselfie."