Model Heidi Klum showed off her early voting ballot.
Miley Cyrus said she was “proud” of those who voted for Clinton.
”Today is the day. Go out and VOTE,” wrote pop star Taylor Swift on Instagram.
“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,” wrote Cameron Diaz. “Please go out and vote for the America you want to live in.”
“I had six stiff drinks and then voted,” wrote funnyman Conan O’Brien on Twitter.
Keith Urban posed with wife, Nicole Kidman, and declared “Just voted!!!!!!”
Cyndi Lauper hashtagged her selfie “#herstory.”
”Your voice matters,” actress and businesswoman Jessica Alba wrote on Instagram.
Gabby Sidibe said she voted early, but still wanted to show off her “I Voted” sticker on Election Day.
Actress Vanessa Hudgens hashtagged her voting selfie: “imwithher.”
Halle Berry blocked her face, but showed off her “I Voted” stickers.
“Have you made your voice heard yet?” actress Anne Hathaway asked on Instagram.
Shad Moss (a.k.a. Bow Wow) showed off his voting sticker in Georgia.
Actress Kate Hudson tagged Hillary Clinton in her selfie.
Actress Olivia Wilde posted a voting selfie with husband Jason Sudeikis and their one-month-old baby.
“Baby girl’s first election. It’s a cool time to be alive,” she wrote.
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Actor Neil Patrick Harris quoted Martin Luther King, Jr. while showing off his “I Voted” sticker on Instagram.
“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter,” the post said.
“Today we all get a chance to say where we believe the country should go,” wrote hip-hop artist Common on Twitter.
“SNL” cast member Bobby Moynihan thought it was a “lovely day” to vote in New York.
Mindy Kaling showed off her “I Voted” sticker along with a patriotic scarf.
“All the cool people are voting and so did I,” wrote comedian Jim Gaffigan on Twitter.
Comedian Patton Oswalt brought his daughter along to vote in California.
Lena Dunham posted a picture on Instagram with boyfriend Jack Antonoff, writing: “Our family voted and we couldn’t be happier. How ‘bout you??”
Singer Joe Jonas stuck his “I Voted” sticker on his nose in California.
Actress Julianne Hough raved about her voting experience in California. “Every single person I came in contact with was filled with such honor and pride,” she wrote on Instagram.
Actor Liev Schreiber wrote on Instagram that his “boys are stoked to #vote!”
Allison Williams wrote on Instagram that her polling place ran out of stickers so she recycled hers from the primaries for this selfie.
Jason Alexander said he waited an hour on line to vote. “Maybe one of the most important hours ever,” he added.
Actor Justin Theroux sent in his ballot from Germany.
America Ferrera took a voting selfie on Election Day with husband, Ryan Piers Williams, just like they did on primary day.
Mariska Hargitay posted a photo on Instagram from the polls in New York, even though it’s against the law in the state to take a picture showing a filled-in ballot.
The singer chose a unique place for her “I Voted” sticker: on her chest above her breastfeeding 3-month-old daughter, Onyx.
She hashtagged her early-voting photo: #evenwhenyoucantleavethehouse.
Oscar-winner Larson voted despite a lengthy wait. “I’m about to wait in the insanely long and impressive line behind me to vote early! Power to the people,” she wrote on Instagram.
Many stars are encouraging Americans to vote in the 2016 election. What better way than to lead by example and share a post-voting photo?
“I voted today!!!!!!!!! #gotthesticker,” the actress wrote on Instagram after voting early in California.
The actress wrote on Instragram that she voted from her tub.
“I feel like my decisions were better made while super chill and slightly overheated,” Jones said.
Laws prohibiting pictures of ballots or from polling stations vary by state, so many celebs have opted to pose with their “I Voted” stickers on primary days and during early voting.
Justin Timberlake, however, took a picture right at the voting booth while casting his vote early in Tennessee on Oct. 25. Voting station photos are illegal in that state, but Timberlake had good intentions, and he was let off the hook.
Timberlake’s wife, actress Jessica Biel, had some fun at his expense when she did her own early voting.
“When you’re so turnt up about voting that you do a photo shoot with your sticker ... at least you waited to get home before snapping so you won’t almost go to jail, shout out to @justintimberlake,” she wrote.
Actress Elle Fanning was excited to vote for her first time. “Been waiting 18 years for this sticker,” she wrote on Instagram.
The actor showed off his mail-in ballot on Instagram and wrote that he is proud “to be an American and exercise my civic duty and right to vote!!”
The reality star showed off her peach-themed “I Voted” sticker on Instagram and shared: “Imma early Georgia voter! ... Get into it! Get out and VOTE.”
Bush flashed a peace sign and her “I Voted” wristband after voting early in Chicago.
“Yo Chicago, do you know that early voting started October 24th? Yup! Get in and get your civic engagement on,” she wrote.
The Broadway actress and singer was excited to cast her ballot in New York.
“Feels so good,” she wrote on Instagram.
The musician is eager for election season to be over.
“Glad to have voted, now let’s get this thing wrapped up,” she wrote on Instagram after voting early.
“If you don’t vote, you can’t complain,” Mario Lopez wrote on Instagram after voting early. “It’s your right & civic duty as an American to vote.”
Lauren Conrad voted early, and let the world know via this caption-free photo.
The musician posted a selfie with his wife during early voting in Georgia, writing: “The couple that votes together.....”
Actress Jenna Fischer wrote on Instagram that she’d be in Canada on Election Day, so she voted early.
“Feeling proud to be part of a great country and democracy,” she added.
“Today is National Early Vote Day,” Eva Longoria wrote on Instagram a week before Election Day.
She added some advice: “Most states allow you to vote early at a time that fits your schedule.”
Miley Cyrus urged her Instagram followers to “#feelthebern” on primary day while sporting her “I Voted” sticker.
But after Bernie Sanders lost the primaries, Cyrus became a vocal supporter of Hillary Clinton, and got some attention while campaigning for the Democratic nominee at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.
“Hamilton” creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda urged his Twitter followers to get out and vote “if you can” on New York’s primary day.
Miranda didn’t say who he voted for in the primary, but he later knocked Republican nominee Donald Trump (lyrically, of course) while hosting “Saturday Night Live.”
America Ferrera posted a selfie taken with her husband, actor Ryan Piers Williams, on primary day.
“We voted! Get out and vote New York,” she wrote on Instagram, adding the hashtag: “#thecouplethatvotestogether.”
Actress Rosario Dawson wanted to see proof that her Instagram followers voted in the primaries, too.
“I’ll show you mine if you show me yours,” she wrote, while holding her “I Voted” sticker.
Comedian Melissa McCarthy was all smiles while showing off her “I Voted” sticker in an Instagram post on primary day.
The actress wrote: “Use your voice! #Vote!!!”
“Girls” creator Lena Dunham stuck her “I Voted” sticker on her palm, and simply wrote “voting” on Instagram on New York’s primary day.
Dunham didn’t say who she had voted for, but she is a vocal Hillary Clinton supporter.
Comedian Jim Gaffigan wasn’t shy about his choice on New York primary day.
“I voted for carbs. Again,” the funnyman wrote on Twitter.
“I voted. He tried,” actress Amanda Seyfried wrote on an Instagram post with her pup on primary day.
“Veep” star Julia Louis-Dreyfus posted an Instagram picture with a patriotic backdrop on primary day.
She didn’t say who she cast her ballot for. Maybe she wrote in Selina Meyer.
Actress Allison Williams may have placed her “I Voted” sticker over her mouth, but she wanted her Instagram followers to have their voices heard on primary day.
“When you all gon’ vote, vote, vote, vote, vote,” she asked in a caption flanked by musical-note emojis.
Comedian and “Full Frontal” host Samantha Bee took to Twitter to show off her “I Voted” sticker.
“Local satirist earnestly performs civic duty,” Bee wrote.
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Actress Jamie Lee Curtis sported a Clinton campaign button while voting in the primaries.
“Come on California & beyond. Let’s make history. Unite the party. Let’s head into November together. #ImWithHer,” she wrote on Twitter.
Actress Kristin Davis couldn’t wait to vote.
“#PrimaryDay Finally! Get out and vote everyone,” she wrote on Twitter, posing in front of an American flag.
Actress Julianne Moore wore some choice accessories on primary day: a trucker hat, large sunglasses and her “I Voted” sticker.
“I just voted for @HillaryClinton #ImWithHer,” she told her Twitter followers. “Vote today!”
Comedian Amy Schumer donned a white shirt with a sketch of Hillary Clinton on New York’s primary day, and posted a picture with her “I Voted” sticker affixed to her nose.
In case anyone didn’t pick up on her fashion choice, Schumer hashtagged Clinton’s campaign slogan, “#imwithher,” in her tweet.
Actress Susan Sarandon, an avid Bernie Sanders supporter, stuck her “I Voted” sticker on her head and wrote on Twitter, “Let’s do this, NY,” on primary day.
And in case anyone was wondering who she voted for, her post was hashtagged: “#FeelTheBern.”
Actress Drew Barrymore flashed a peace sign in her Instagram post from a California polling station on primary day.
She didn’t say who she voted for, but she’s been an active Clinton supporter. The L.A. Times quoted her as saying, “Hillary Clinton is going to be the ultimate girlboss as our next president.”
Actress Vanessa Hudgens posted a patriotic picture to Instagram during primary season and wrote: “I voted!! Did you?”
“Women fought and died for the right to do this. Still, in many places, women cannot do this,” Pink wrote on Instagram after voting in the primaries.
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Ferguson wrote on Instagram that he and his partner voted in the California primary race by absentee ballot, “but we still wear our stickers with pride!”
Richie showed off her “I Voted” sticker on Instagram on California’s primary day.
Braff had a simple message on primary day. “Vote,” he wrote on Instagram.