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Celebrities Urge Their Fans To Vote As Election Day Arrives

With the election coming up, many celebrities are posting on social media to encourage voting.

Stress is on the continual rise as the United States faces what may end up being the most important election of a lifetime, and as such, people, celebrities included, are making their best efforts to make sure everyone they know is getting their ballot in.

Voting in the 2020 election is incredibly important, and many celebrities are making sure to use their platform both to advocate for voting and to endorse and support a candidate.

As of the afternoon of November 2, almost 100 million Americans have already cast their ballot, which is more than two thirds of the total ballots counted in 2016; some states have even already surpassed their total numbers from 2016. Still, election day rolls ahead, it's too early to relax, and it's important to continue urging people to get to the polls on today

On the individual level, many people have been broadcasting the same message to their friends and family: vote. Publications, businesses, sports teams, athletes, and more public figures joined in. Here are a few of the celebrities reminding their fans to show up for their country safely.

Neil Patrick Harris

Zooey Deschanel and Jonathon Scott

Cobie Smulders

Despite her Canadian roots, Smulders made sure to cast her ballot.

Ariana Grande

Taylor Swift

Lady Gaga

Earlier, Lady Gaga slipped into some of her most iconic outfits, including the meat dress, to advocate for voting. Lady Gaga also posted pictures about her appearance and performance for Biden's rally on November 2nd.

Demi Lovato

This post is accompanied by others encouraging voting, and comes after her performance at the BBMA's with her song "Commander in Chief."

Paul Rudd handed out cookies to voters


Lizzo also wore a "Vote" dress to the BBMAs

Rebel Wilson

The Australian actress made sure to tell all her American fans to vote in the upcoming election.

Jennifer Aniston

Spike Lee

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively

Reynolds, another Canadian, proudly shared his first time voting in America.

Samuel L. Jackson

The outcome of this election is crucial to the future of our country, so remember to get out and vote today if you haven't already, and stay safe.

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