Stars are leading by example on Nov. 8, 2016, encouraging Americans to vote one sticker at a time.
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We're not gonna lie -- the "Chains" singer looks badass in his leather jacket, and we love him even more for the lengths he went through to cast his ballot! "Right off the plane from Hawaii to go vote. #electionday," he wrote on Instagram.
The Live With Kelly host proudly accompanied her oldest son, Michael, to the polls in New York City. "Nothing like the feeling of witnessing your child vote for the first time. Nothing. MAKE IT COUNT!" she wrote on Instagram.
We cannot get enough of Witherspoon's perfect red, white, and blue ensemble!
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star joined the rest of the ladies in her famous family, declaring that she's with "her," aka Hillary Clinton, on Nov. 8. The vote glasses are an especially nice (and patriotic!) touch.
Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis
The proud parents brought their newborn with them to vote in New York. "Baby girl's first election. It's a cool time to be alive," Wilde wrote on Instagram, adding the hashtag "#tearsofjoy."
This "All-American Girl" voted! "Got it done!" she captioned her Instagram selfie, pointing out her Tennessee-shaped "I Voted" sticker.
The middle JoBro pulled a Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer with his "I Voted" sticker.
Neil Patrick Harris
The actor quoted Martin Luther King, Jr. when he posted his post-vote selfie, sharing, "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter."
Samantha Ronson and Lady Gaga
The singers were ready to stand with her. "Got my voting shades on! We're ready to take on the polls!" Gaga captioned an Instagram snap of the duo, which she paired with plenty of emojis, including a peace sign, music notes, and prayer hands.
Bill and Hillary Clinton's daughter was probably one of the most excited voters on Election Day. "One of the greatest honors of my life was voting for you today mom," she tweeted alongside a selfie of her "Make Herstory" shirt and NYC-based "I Voted" sticker. "As always, I'm beyond proud of you."
After documenting her morning at the polls on Snapchat, Hudson proudly showed off her "I Voted" sticker via Instagram.
"No caption necessary," Berry appropriately commented about her post-vote selfie.
Track suits and "I voted" stickers -- a very American combo!
The Trolls star found an A+ accessory to slap onto her her vintage "American Woman" ringer tee.
A sweater-clad Alba got her vote in! "Your voice matters!" she captioned her post-ballot selfie.
Candace Cameron Bure
The View co-host was clearly stoked about voting and getting her fans out to the polls, captioning her Instagram selfie, "Go VOTE!!"
The reality star tweeted a sweet pic of her niece, North, and daughter, Penelope, holding hands (while wearing Pablo gear, naturally), writing, "For our future, I'm with her."
Tracee Ellis Ross
This enthusiasm is contagious! "What a thrill! I just find it so exciting to vote in person," the Black-ish star tweeted. "Only at 45min wait. Got a bit emotional. #ImWithHer #HerStory #IVoted."
He may have been out of the country in Berlin, Germany, but Theroux still got his vote in!
Sarah Michelle Gellar
The mom of two penned a passionate note on Instagram, writing in part, "I normally try and keep things light on here, but today is a really important day. This election has sadly brought out the worst in people, and too many hateful comments. So please remember everyone is allowed an opinion, but I will be so disappointed if it's not done with respect. First of all, and most importantly get out there and vote. This election is not just about choosing a president (more on that in a second) these decisions affect our local communities. You have a voice and this is how it's heard."
The Superstore star and her husband took an adorable selfie on Election Day. "Democracy rules! One voice, one vote! Go get your vote on!" she captioned her Instagram.
Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman
They may have grown up in Australia, but Urban and Kidman proudly voted in America on Election Day. "Just voted!!!!!!" the "Break On Me" singer captioned their selfie.
Jenni "JWoww" Farley
The Jersey Shore star adorably decked out her little ones, 2-year-old Meilani and 6-month-old Greyson, in "Pizza For President" T-shirts and "Vote" stickers.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Leave it to Carrie to rock such chic outerwear to vote. "Good L_rd it feels good," she captioned her post-poll selfie.
The model got in an action shot! "One of the greatest privileges we have as Americans is a voice," Kloss captioned the artsy Instagram mirror pic. "I'm proud to say I did my part, now it's your turn."
Jack Antonoff and Lena Dunham
The loved-up couple giddily showed off their stickers. "Our family voted and we couldn't be happier. How 'bout you??" Dunham asked.
The Community alum cast her ballot early but still shared a selfie on Nov. 8. "Voted over a week ago but saved this sticker so I could wear it proudly today. Exercise your right! #VOTE #ImWithHer," she tweeted.
The Mindy Project star let her patriotic scarf and "I Voted" sticker do all the talking.
The country singer rocked his sticker right below his backwards baseball cap. "I votedddddddd...did you!?" he wrote on Instagram.
The How to Get Away With Murder star was all of us today. "Are YOU waiting in line, too?" he tweeted.
This half of the Maddie + Tae duo made her voice heard on Instagram. "VOTE! Every vote matters!" she wrote.
The Arizona Cardinals wide receiver showed off his ballot on Twitter, writing, "Just got done casting my vote and I hope you all do the same today. Every vote counts!!!"
The Madame Secretary star kept fans updated on his voting line progress via his Instagram story.
Extra points for the sticker placement!
The One Tree Hill alum doubled up on "I Voted" stickers, but she wasn't hoarding -- one was for her husband! "You know what to do!! Get out and #vote! Shoutout to the nice lady for giving me an extra sticker for @bretthughes6," she wrote on Instagram, along with three American flag emojis. "No matter who we all vote for, and no matter who wins, it's pretty incredible to live in a country where we get to have a voice like this."
Haley Joel Osment
The actor was all about peace, the NYC skyline, and his "I Voted" sticker.
The Spin City alum knows that "I voted" stickers make an excellent accessory. "Tip of the day: It makes any outfit ? times better!" she tweeted.
The Kill Your Darlings star boomeranged his excited face and "I Vote" sticker. "#ivoted and you should too," DeHaan captioned his vid, along with six American flag emojis.
Marnie the Dog
Even the four-legged Instagram star got in on the action, captioning her precious post, "I voted."
The Fuller House star mailed her ballot in early but waited until Election Day to show off all her voting materials. "Today is the day!! (Although I mailed mine in last week!) Go vote!!" she captioned her Instagram pic.
Well played! Biel took a dig at her hubby's voting selfie misstep when she shared an Instagram collage full of poses with her "I Voted" sticker after she headed to the polls early on Oct. 31. "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," she wrote. Timberlake took it in stride, responding, "Well played, Wifey. Well played..."
The Nashville star and her pal voted early. "What do you get 'the woman who has everything' for her birthday...you vote for her! HAPPY BIRTHDAY HILLARY! " Britton wrote on Instagram on Oct. 26. "My friend @brideyp and I were giddy today after voting. We celebrated with margaritas and dreams of the future. #imwithher #wevote."
The "Can't Stop the Feeling" singer got in a bit of hot water for snapping a pic of himself at the polls in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee, on Oct. 24. "Hey! You! Yeah, YOU! I just flew from LA to Memphis to #rockthevote!!! No excuses, my good people! There could be early voting in your town too," Timberlake captioned his since-deleted Instagram selfie with his ballot. Despite reports, he will not be investigated by the Shelby Country District Attorney's office for his enthusiastic post.