TIME Election 2016

Here’s How 30 Celebrities Encouraged You to Vote Today

"Just do it"

Stars — they’re just like us. At least, that’s the case when it comes to exercising their civic duty. With one of the most historic presidential elections in full swing, every star from Beyoncé to Taylor Swift has weighed in with an encouragement to vote.

While some celebs have been proudly open about their political affiliations, others have chosen to simply show that they have hit up the voting booths on Tuesday. However, all have been adamant about one thing — that everyone should be participating in the election process by voting.

From voting selfies to impassioned tweets, here are 30 celebs who want you to hit the polls.

Beyoncé encouraged the Beyhive to vote by posting a video of her and Jay Z’s concert for Hillary Clinton.

A video posted by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on

John Legend wants us to know that he’s #WithHer.

Taylor Swift encouraged everyone to hit the polls.

Today is the day. Go out and VOTE 🇺🇸

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

Brrrr! Hip hop’s most industrious rapper encouraged his fans to let their voice be heard.

Mindy Kaling accessorized her “I Voted” sticker with an American flag scarf.

A photo posted by Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) on

Killer Mike showed everyone that he was exercising his civic duty.

While Shonda Rhimes enabled voters to find their polling places.

America Ferrera took an ecstatic post-voting selfie with her husband, Ryan Williams.

Democracy rules! One voice, one vote! Go get your vote on! #ivoted 🗽🇺🇸

A photo posted by America Ferrera (@americaferrera) on

Scott Baio and wife Renee threw their support behind Donald Trump.

While Madonna used her own footage at a Hillary rally to encourage her fans to hit the voting booths.

Rick Ross encouraged his followers to vote.

Uzo Aduba paid homage to Clinton with a clever image.

Martha Stewart recognized a fellow boss lady.

Ice Cube reminded his followers that there’s no good excuse not to vote.

While Alicia Keys encouraged her fans to vote for her choice, the Democratic nominee.

Katy Perry, a longtime Clinton supporter, roared her support for the Secretary on Twitter.

While Janelle Monae posted a tribute to Clinton on her Instagram.

Words from my friend Angela Petrella. #FemTheFuture #imwithher !!!

A photo posted by Janelle Monáe (@janellemonae) on

Christina Aguilera used one of her songs to endorse Hillary Clinton.

Ellen DeGeneres encouraged her followers to send photos of themselves with their “I Voted” stickers.

Kourtney Kardashian voted with the future of women on her mind.

While Matt McGorry proved to be among the most political, with his own message on the Republican nominee.

Sia kept her voting message succinct.

Even Bill Nye the Science Guy took to his Instagram to encourage everyone to vote.

Big day today. Get out there and vote! We can do this, people.

A video posted by Bill Nye (@billnye) on

Laverne Cox reminded her followers to remember LGBTQ rights when heading to the polls.

While Questlove reminded his followers that there were many before them who sacrificed for them to have the right to vote.

If you don't even do it yourself…do it for Ida

A photo posted by Questlove Gomez (@questlove) on

Taraji P. Henson proudly flashed her “I voted” sticker.

#Vote 💋💋💋

A video posted by taraji p henson (@tarajiphenson) on

Meanwhile, Jill Stein supporter Susan Sarandon simply encouraged her followers to vote.

Neil Patrick Harris encouraged his followers to vote with a post-voting car selfie.

"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. – Martin Luther King Jr." #VOTE

A photo posted by Neil Patrick Harris (@nph) on

Miley Cyrus took a proud post-voting booth selfie.

I voted today for @hillaryclinton ❤️💙❤️💙 I am so proud of all of you who did the same! #imwithher

A photo posted by Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus) on

Rosario Dawson reminded her followers that it wasn’t just the presidential elections that were at stake today.

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