Celebrities Encourage Voting with Selfies, Memes and Videos

Regardless of who they're voting for, these stars are definitely voting

Some celebrities have been vocal throughout the campaign trail, but even more make the final push to encourage voters to go to the polls on Election Day. Many celebs have posted selfies sporting their own "I voted" stickers, while others go for a more creative approach, like Mark Ruffalo's meme, Leon Bridge's powerful post on Jim Crow era voting blocks and Beyonce's video.

While some have made party affiliations clear, the bottom line from these stars is to get out and vote.


Lisa Ling

Leon Bridges


Kourtney Kardashian

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For our future, I'm with her.

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Candace Bure

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Taylor Swift


Lady Gaga

Kendall Jenner

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her her her her

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Jessica Alba

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your voice matters! #Vote 🇺🇸

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Jessica Biel

Halle Berry


Mark Ruffalo

Anne Hathaway

Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis


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