Stars Who've Exercised Their Right to Vote in 2016
Celebrity culture is so ingrained in our day-to-day that it’s no shock when our favorite actors, singers, and personalities exert their influence on real-world issues and choices that fall outside the entertainment spectrum. And one of Hollywood’s favorite causes is getting out the vote.
Beyond celeb-driven organizations like Rock the Vote, social media has made it easier for celebrities to support causes on their own terms. This election season, people with a far-reaching voice are making sure their words are heard and their “I Voted” stickers are seen.
VIDEO: Celebs Share Selfies While Voting
Stars from every corner of the entertainment industry are pushing the vote harder than ever before—though some have pushed a bit too hard (ahem, Justin Timberlake). Regardless, the intentions have been good and the concern is inspiring.
Scroll down in the link above to see your favorite celebrities exercise their right to vote.
"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," the actress urged her followers.
SOFIA VERGARA AND JOE MANGANIELLO
This good looking couple did their patriotic duty in style.
The singer proudly displayed her voting pride on social media.
The star rocked three "I Voted" stickers in her patriotic 'gram.
The Pitch Perfect star captioned this stylish snap by writing: "Take a breath. GO VOTE. Kiss someone you love & remember we are all in this crazy thing together (don't have to do it in that order)."
ANNA CAMP AND SKYLAR ASTIN
"We voted!!" the actor captioned this cute selfie of him and his actress wife.
"Thames received the honorary sticker. Happy home! Happy vote!" she wrote alongside this cute picture of her and her son.
"Y'all better be out there voting!!! Cause I did!" the star urged her followers.
"Starting the morning right," the Orange Is the New Black actress captioned a 'gram of her "I Voted" sticker.
The star showed off her red, white, and blue while displaying her "I Voted" sticker.
"The ten-year-old in me is sad that my absentee ballot didn't grant me a sticker," Agron captioned this cute selfie.
The Scream Queens star attempted to go incognito at his polling place.
"Got it in ... No matter what the outcome... This is and always will be the greatest country in the world… Let's not take it for granted," the actor wrote.
"Got it done y’all!" the blonde beauty captioned this snap of herself wearing red, white, and blue.
The actress had a little fun with her "I Voted" sticker.
"Today we all get a chance to say where we believe the country should go," wrote alongside this snap of him casting his vote.
SARAH MICHELLE GELLAR
The actress proudly displayed her sticker on her hand.
Rossum captioned this gorgeous image: "Your VOICE matters! Your VOTE matters! Exercise your constitutional right and VOTE TODAY!!!!"
The former Glee star proudly flaunted his "I Voted" sticker after marking his ballot.
"Allow me to be the first to tell you that there's an election today and you should definitely vote in it. Ps: they ran out of stickers at my polling place, but luckily I kept mine from the primaries. I guess it pays to be a casual hoarder??" the actress joked about her old sticker.
JENNA DEWAN TATUM
"Your voice is important," the star captioned her "I Voted" selfie.
The model went glam to share with the world that she voted.
The star put up the peace sign for her voting selfie.
The superstar stood behind the voting booth in her Election Day 'gram.
The actress flashed her voting sticker for all her followers to see.
Hilton donned a chic American flag sweatshirt to cast her vote.
The country singer proudly displayed her "I Voted" sticker after completing her ballot.
The actress made her message clear with this voting selfie.
Chung threw up a peace sign to display her "I Voted" badge.
The designer rocked a very patriotic outfit when he cast his vote.
LENA DUNHAM AND JACK ANTONOFF
After months of relentless campaigning, the Girls creator and her musician boyfriend cast their votes and “couldn’t be happier.”
AMANDA SEYFRIED AND THOMAS SADOSKI
The actress and her fiancé gave a post-polls pose on Election Day, writing, “Voted and it feels so right.”
Kate Hudson did it, and so can you!
Kaling flaunted her “I Voted” sticker on Election Day.
Wen (the voice behind Disney’s Mulan) exercised her rights this election day.
Nick rocked his vote in an edgy motorcycle jacket.
The new mom cast her vote on Election Day and encouraged her fans to do the same, writing, “Today is #ElectionDay! Have you made your voice heard yet? Check the link in my bio to find out where to vote.”
The Pitch Perfect actress dressed for the patriotic occasion in a tee reading “American Woman.”
Sarah Jessica Parker
SJP wore her democracy proudly upon her lapel. “Good L_rd it feels good,” the actress wrote of her experience.
The talk show host shared a slice of history on Nov. 8 with his wife and their six-month-old son.