See all the stars who've voted in the 2020 elections around the country, starting with this music superstar… "Come thru, Texas! #VOTE " —Beyonce, who posted this "I voted" Boomerang on Instagram on Nov. 2, 2020
"Six days until Election Day. #ShowThemTheWay #IVoted" –Stevie Nicks, who posted this ballot selfie on Instagram on Oct. 28, 2020
"Finished work a little early today, listened to a podcast while I stood in line, friendly volunteers keeping it socially distanced around the block And at the Armory in Washington Heights, the volunteers applaud after you scan your ballot. 10/10 would recommend. #VOTE" –Lin-Manuel Miranda, who posted this "I voted" selfie on Twitter on Oct. 28, 2020
"ONLY ONE WEEK TIL ELECTION DAY! 🗳VOTE NOW!!! 🗳 SHOW ME YOUR AFTER VOTE ✨GLOW✨ AND I'LL GIVE IT A SHARE! DO IT FOR THE STICKER (AND DEMOCRACY 💁🏼♀️)" —Katy Perry, who posted an Instagram video of herself dropping off her mail-in ballot then dancing around the street wearing a giant "I voted" headpiece on Oct. 27, 2020
"I want to brag. I voted! You should brag about yourself also and #govote #vote" –"The Bachelor" alum Ben Higgins, who posted this "I voted" selfie on Instagram on Oct. 29, 2020
"Voting is COOL." –Kiernan Shipka, who posted this mail-in ballot selfie on Instagram on Oct. 27, 2020
"What's your voting plan? This was mine — signed, sealed, (notarized), and delivered ✅ #voteBLUE #scienceoverfiction" —Karlie Kloss, who posted this mail-in-ballot selfie on Instagram on Oct. 27, 2020
"I voted, did you?? I hope everyone gets out there and makes sure they're heard! #VOTE" —Hayden Panettiere, who posted this "I voted" selfie on Instagram on Oct. 27, 2020
"I voted 🍒" –Sofia Richie, who posted this selfie showing off her "I voted" sticker on Instagram on Oct. 23, 2020
"#IVOTED for @joebiden and @kamalaharris. I dropped my ballot off, and I did it early 👏🏼 I voted for them because right now this country is more divided than ever. Right now, a few men in power are deciding what women can and can't do with their own bodies. Our current President has decided that racism is a non-issue. He has repeatedly and publicly ignored science… too many people have died. I urge you to really consider who is going to be most affected by this election if we stay on the track we're on right now… your daughters, the LGBTQ+ community, our Black brothers and sisters, the elderly with health conditions, and your future kids and grandkids (who will be tasked with saving a planet that our leadership refuses to believe is hurting). This whole thing isn't about one candidate or one single issue, it's about the future of this country and of the world. Vote for equal human rights, for love, and for decency. ❤️🗳 PS – It's not funny to vote for Kanye. I don't know how else to say it. Please be responsible 🙏🏼" —Jennifer Aniston, who posted an Instagram slideshow of herself voting on Oct. 23, 2020
"Vote!!! #iamavoter" –Beverley Mitchell, who posted this selfie on Oct. 23, 2020
"Just finished filling out my ballot!" —Selena Gomez, who posted this voting photo on Instagram on Oct. 22, 2020
"I voted early today, and I voted for @joebiden and @kamalaharris Come on America, let's go!" –"Hamilton" star Phillipa Soo, who posted this "I voted" selfie on Instagram on Oct. 24, 2020
"I voted absentee last week with my daughter next to me, for an America I want her to see; but not just for us- for fellow Americans that are less privileged, with hope for a nation that is unified, that is empathetic, & for a leader that is compassionate. YOU HAVE A WEEK AND A HALF 🗳 IF YOU'RE VOTING EARLY IM PROUD OF YOU. IF YOU MAILED IN YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT I'M PROUD OF YOU. (&& if you dropped it off at your County's Board of Elections Office or at an Early Polling Site I'm proud of you!!) IF YOU'RE GOING TO THE POLLS ON NOVEMBER 3RD I'M PROUD OF YOU. Whatever your PLAN, I'm proud of you; make sure you have one !!!" —Gigi Hadid, who posted this selfie on Instagram on Oct. 24, 2020, a month after giving birth to her first child
"Just a couple of voters dropping off their ballots👍🏽👍🏽" —Zendaya, who posted a ballot box dropoff video with pal Darnell Appling on Instagram on Oct. 23, 2020
"I voted ✔️🗳 Letting my voice be heard! This could be the most important election of our lives… Get out and vote because it matters! Our future depends on it." —Demi Moore, who posted this voting photo on Instagram on Oct. 22, 2020
"It was Ryan's first time. He was understandably scared. It all happened so fast. Like, REALLY fast. He wept. I pretended to weep. Then he called all his friend. #voteearly" —Blake Lively, who posted this voting photo with husband Ryan Reynolds on Instagram on Oct. 22, 2020 — then called herself out for drawing shoes on her pic
"This is my first time voting in America. I'd like to thank my wife Blake for making my first time so gentle and loving. It was super scary at first, then exciting and now I'm a little tired. But proud. #VoteEarly" –Canada-born star Ryan Reynolds, who posted this ballot photo on Instagram on Oct. 22, 2020
"The face of a Texas resident who's absentee ballot was never delivered to where I'm going to be working on Election Day. The election board could see it was sent out Oct 8th, but it's never been found or delivered. Luckily we have early voting in Texas which, while making my voting plan I didn't know. So everyday, as my time to leave Texas to go work for a few weeks comes closer, no ballot, no ballot, no ballot. So today, I had to go to the Election Board, cancel my absentee ballot and go vote early. They told me with that cancelled ballot form I could go vote in person. When I arrived to vote in person with the form and my ID the poll worker told me I could only vote provisionally. A provisional ballot is 'ok' but it's only counted in a close race. I want my vote counted period, end of story. Provisional is better than not voting but not ideal. Due to different computer systems at election board & polling station my newly canceled absentee ballot had not registered on polling site system when I went to vote. In fact, they said I would have to wait until the computer system updated my newly cancelled absentee ballot status, and I 'should' be able to vote. Hell no I thought. So I called the election board back and they were able to process it by end of day so I could go back to vote in person for sure. The point is it took me like 4 hours to make sure my vote would count. How many others absentee ballots are lost? I encourage you to go to your counties election website and see what to do and if you can cancel it and vote early if possible. Thanks to all the election board and poll workers who helped me!! It's not their fault but this system they are trying to work is hard so keep the faith & vote!! Love Y'all!" –Jonathan Van Ness, who posted his voting story on Instagram alongside this photo on Oct. 22, 2020
"#ThisIsWhatDemocracyLooksLike: it looks like showing up, putting in the time, putting in the energy, feeling the gratitude of those who came before us and fought for this right, allowing yourself to be heard, holding institutions accountable, doing your part for equality, doing your part for your country, doing your part of those around you. Show up and #ShowMeWhatDemocracyLooksLike #6Days #VOTE #YourVoteCounts #YourVoteMatters #WearAMask And always ALWAYS make art! #chalk" –Mariska Hargitay, who posted this pic on Instagram on Oct. 28, 2020, after she surprised New Yorkers waiting in line to vote outside the Madison Square Garden polling location with fresh cookies
"I hate to admit this but I am anyways….This is the first time I've ever voted🙈. The first time Mike has ever voted. I don't know why but I always felt like my vote didn't matter. But this year I just felt differently and I know more than ever it does matter. Are you going to vote? And not gonna lie I always wanted to feel Instagram cool with the I voted sticker and they 'ran out' so @vistaprint mask for the win but let's be honest voting is more important than the sticker 😂" –Jana Kramer, who posted this selfie with husband Mike Caussin on Instagram on Oct. 22, 2020
"VOTE!!! Your Vote makes a difference ❤️" –Kim Zolciak-Biermann, who posted this post-voting selfie on Instagram on Oct. 22, 2020
"To all the people who told me to go back to my own country when I voiced my opinion during the 2016 election….. THIS IS MY COUNTRY NOW AND I VOTED! #bidenharris2020" –Australia-born actress Claire Holt, who posted this voting selfie on Instagram on Oct. 22, 2020
"America, I voted. You should too! #vote #youmatter #haveavoice … #beheard #election2020 #vote2020 #motivation #speakup #love #positivity #noroomforhate #itsworthit #itsimportant #nextgeneration" —David Hasselhoff, who posted this voting pic on Instagram on Oct. 7, 2020
"Blow dried my hair ✔️. Wore a dress ✔️. Did a half squat ✔️. Voted ✔️! 🗳" –Jenna Fischer, who posted this ballot box photo on Instagram on Oct. 21, 2020
"We did not vote for Trump. Although Biden/Harris are far from perfect, I simply have more confidence in their leadership than that of the current administration. I am not here to demean or mock anyone who is voting otherwise, but I will offer a few (definitely not all) tangible reasons why you might not want to keep Donald Trump in office…" –Bachelor Nation's Bekah Martinez, who posted this voting photo with boyfriend Grayston Leonard on Instagram on Oct. 22, 2020 (read all her reasons here)
"Guess what we did earlier today? Ok, fine. I'll give you a hint. D***, you're good at this game. •#inourbackyard" –Brittany Snow, who posted this post-voting collage featuring herself and husband Tyler Stanaland on Instagram on Oct. 21, 2020
"It's time to vote! Your voice matters. Text VOTE to 26797 to find out about early voting/mail in status for your state. #Vote2020 #runwaytothepolls @iamavoter" –Teddi Mellencamp, who posted a video on Instagram showing herself mailing her ballot on Oct. 18, 2020
"Mom & Dad over here feeling productive. Even if voting is the only thing you do in a day, you're able to feel like you did something major! It's pretty amazing! GO VOTE!!! 🗳 We believe in fairness, equality, and treating people with dignity. We are black and brown entrepreneurs. We are proud Americans. As importantly, we love being part of the GLOBAL Community. We believe in protecting our planet. We believe in helping those in need. We hate racists w a passion. Vote for BASIC HUMAN DECENCY. Our leadership needs to reflect that. Period. ✊🏽✊🏿✊🏻✊🏾✊🏼 #voteforchange #voteforourfuture #voteforopportunity #voteforequality #voteforourplanet #whenweallvote #iamavoter #votolatino #votelikeamadre -don't forget to vote safely for yourself and others others #wearamask… (FYI -We took this photo at home☺️) ✌🏽@iamavoter @whenweallvote @votolatino" —Jessica Alba, who posted this photo with husband Cash Warren on Instagram on Oct. 20, 2020
"14 days until the election! Have you all voted yet? Tag me in your voting pics @natalieportman and swipe right for a list of early voting dates by state." —Natalie Portman, who posted this selfie on Oct. 21, 2020
"VOTE. Vote EARLY. #Vote for the presidency but also for the local officials and measures that will create the world you want to see." —Halle Berry, who posted this voting pic on Instagram on Oct. 12
"Women Are Voting. Millions of women across the country are committed to casting our ballots to show the world we are unstoppable. I cast my ballot from my bed!! To proudly and loudly celebrate our ambition and awesome civic power, @argent x @supermajority have teamed up to create this limited-edition bright pink suit and pin pack – with proceeds benefiting Supermajority's tireless efforts to build a powerful, diverse, women-led future where we are truly equal. Let's show off our voting power using #womenarevoting , THE LINK IS IN MY BIO to take even more action with Supermajority. #ambitionsuitsyou 💕" —Busy Philipps, who posted this voting pic on Instagram on Oct. 18, 2020
"…embarrassingly but honestly, this is my first time voting. Im not proud of it, but my naivety has kept me sheltered through a lot of my young adult life. BUT. As I've listened and learned, I've realized its our responsibility and privilege to use our voices to establish what we as human beings with beating hearts want to see in this country for not only ourselves…but our friends, neighbors, strangers, and future generations. The political climate this election is intense. It can feel really overwhelming and scary to even have an opinion, knowing if you share it you will get ruthlessly criticized regardless of your platform or perspective. There's a lot of noise…but I've learned that's when it's most important to be anything but silent. And our vote is our voice. America stands for so many beautiful things and I hope (and vote) that it continues to evolve and grow to be a place where EVERYONE is protected, respected, and given equal rights and opportunity. Left the polls feeling really empowered by exercising my right and showing up for what I believe in and the change I want to see. I encourage everyone to do the same. 🗳" –Kelsea Ballerini, who posted this on Instagram on Oct. 16, 2020
"Today I exercised my rights as an American citizen. It was fun. It was easy! Remember that voting doesn't start Nov 3rd, it ENDS Nov 3rd. Vote early if you can!!! @iamavoter #iamavoter #runwaytothepolls #votethemout" —Sarah Hyland, who posted a video of herself on her way to mail her ballot on Oct. 15
"First time we've voted together. #Vote" –comedian Taran Killam, who posted this selfie with actress wife Cobie Smulders on Instagram on Oct. 15, 2020
"OK @MichelleObama, challenge accepted. Even though my #VotingSquad can't vote….#JosieB is helping me vote early and is coming with me to the ballot box for moral support 😍🙏🏾. I challenge @mariahcarey @sterlingkbrown, and @kourtneykardash to get their squads together and vote early too!" —Kerry Washington, who posted this "I voted" selfie with her dog on Instagram on Oct. 13
"WORTH THE HOUR LONG LINE AND THE ANNOYING BUSINESS SPREADSHEET PHONE YELLER GUY BEHIND ME" –Kacey Musgraves, who posted this "I voted" selfie on Twitter on Oct. 14, 2020
"Done. Did. Have you? #VOTE 🙏🏽" —Vanessa Hudgens, who posted this voting selfie on Instagram on Oct. 19, 2020
"First time voting as an American citizen…and what an important election to have a voice. Make yours count. Go vote 🇺🇸" –Gregg Sulkin, who posted this post-voting selfie on Instagram on Oct. 14, 2020
"so. a lot of you have been asking me about my skin care routine: i start by voting as early as possible for #joebiden and #kamalaharris and all the other democratic candidates. then try some eye cream if you haven't been sleeping well because the president is a racist." –Zoe Kravitz, who posted this mail-in ballot photo on Instagram on Oct. 6, 2020
"I did it! Did you? Feels good to exercise my right to VOTE. I like to think that ray of light coming through the trees 🌅is ALL of the women who came before me who did not have this fundamental right. ✨🗳 Ok … 18 days until the election! Have you sent your ballots in?? Text me a photo of your 'I Voted' stickers! 615-235-5390❣️" —Reese Witherspoon, who posted this voting selfie on Instagram on Oct. 16, 2020
"#ivoted" —Joe Jonas, who posted this selfie on Oct. 4
"Challenge accepted @MichelleObama! I challenge @ryantedder, @jordanmcgraw and @ryanseacrest to create their #VotingSquad 👍🏼 Make sure your friends and family have a plan to vote!!" —Kevin Jonas, who posted this ballot selfie on Oct. 16, 2020
"Challenge accepted @michelleobama! I challenge @PatrickMahomes @Deandre and @kevinhart4real to create their #VotingSquad 💪🏼 How are you guys voting? Drop your voting plan in the comments. Let's go!" —Nick Jonas, who posted this voting selfie on Instagram on Oct. 19, 2020
"Show me your #runwaytothepolls! Text VOTE to 26797 to find out if you can vote early or vote by mail in your state! Cc: @iama" —Mandy Moore, who posted a video of herself walking her ballot to her mailbox on Oct. 14, 2020
"Challenge accepted @michelleobama! My #VotingSquad and I voted together today. @thetimmcgraw @audreymcgraw I challenge @kelseaballerini, @ingridandress, @karenfairchild and @dollyparton to squad up🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 @whenweallvote" —Faith Hill, who posted this voting photo alongside husband Tim McGraw and daughter Audrey on Instagram on Oct. 14, 2020
"Challenge accepted, @MichelleObama! My #VotingSquad is voting early by mail. I challenge @vanlathan, @dwyanewade and @jenniferaniston to get their #VotingSquad together and vote early too! Link in my bio!" –Tracee Ellis Ross, who posted this early voting photo on Instagram on Oct. 13, 2020
"My vote is my voice about the things that matter to me. Excited to finally get to it! #VOTE #iamavoter @i.will.vote @rockthevote #earlyvoting #votebymail🇺🇸 #planyourvote #safe" —Elizabeth Banks, who posted this boomerang on Instagram on Oct. 10, 2020
"Couples who vote together, stay together. We're voting by mail and voting early! If you're voting by mail in California, make sure your ballot is postmarked before Election Day and sign up to track your ballot (link in my bio!). More info in stories… #vote2020" –Lily Collins, who posted this photo of herself and fiancé Charlie McDowell with their mail-in ballots on Instagram on Oct. 9, 2020
"That #voteearly glow !" —Elle Fanning, who posted this ballot selfie on Oct. 10, 2020
"Done and Done. Get out there folks and make your voice heard. Only you can do it. #vote" –Jensen Ackles, who posted this voting pic on Instagram on Oct. 15, 2020
"For NY voters, when you fill out your mail in ballot go slow and follow the instructions. Make sure you sign and DATE the envelope and put them in the 2nd envelope the correct way. And don't forget a stamp." –Whoopi Goldberg, who posted a video on Instagram on Oct. 8, 2020, showing New York voters how to cast and correctly package their ballot from home
"Get out and vote! No excuses!" –pregnant Ashlee Simpson Ross, who posted a slideshow of voting photos on Oct. 13, 2020
"Who has short hair now and voted today?!?! THIS GAL" –Joey King, who posted this selfie on Instagram on Oct. 8, 2020
"IT'S RETURN YOUR BALLOT DAY! If you are choosing to vote by mail this election, complete your ballot and mail or drop it off ASAP. Whether you're using first class postage, returning it to your local election office, nearest polling location, or designated ballot drop box, don't wait!! Make sure your vote is counted!! Check out some vote by mail tips below or head to my stories for more info! 🖊 Use the correct ink color 💧 Do not place your ballot on a wet surface — no water marks on ballots! 📆 Write the complete date (10/13/2020) 📝 Sign your ballot and make sure it matches the signature your state has on file 🙋🏻♀️ Double check to see if you need a witness signature" –Camila Cabello, who posted this voting pic on Instagram on Oct. 13, 2020
"❤️🤍💙 had a minor freak out bc im out of the country until after the election- but got my ballot overnighted to where I'm at to immediately be shipped back to the States. Whatever you do, find a way to vote if you're eligible ✌🏼🇺🇸" —Lucy Hale, who posted this pic on Instagram on Oct. 14, 2020
"The 3 faces of a girl who just Voted!! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 Get out there and take responsibility people!! #bidenharris2020" —Madonna, who posted a series of photos of herself on Instagram after voting early on Oct. 11
"WELP I STRAPPED ON MY PEARLS AND MY SUNDAY BEST AND VOTED EARLY BY DROPPING OFF MY MAIL IN BALLOT AT A SECURE LEGAL DROP OFF BOX AND IT WAS SO SEXY AND GOOD MY FRIENDS! For helpful voting information state by state check out http://nbcnews.com/PlanYourVote now I want to see all y'all put on your best hat and get out the vote!!! Pics or it didn't happen!!! This election is imperative, we must save our country from dictatorship. Seriously!!! Vote vote vote! And plz make sure you read all the specific rules and regulations pertaining to your ballots in your state, so you're voting safely and legally and not say in some random a** jenky a** metal box the GOP has been illegally setting up (yes, that's really happening 🙄 ) I love you now vote vote vote!!! Also this post was amended because I had people concerned about me posting my ballot showing I voted for joe and kamala. Actually, IT IS legal in California to do a 'ballot selfie' AND it's legal many other states, but I wouldn't want to mislead anyone in the states where it's still a tricky gray area SO THANKS FOR THE HEADS UP! In case you're wondering I… voted for joe and kamala. Did I mention that? 😉" –Mae Whitman, who posted this voting photo on Instagram on Oct. 12, 2020
"Man, that felt good! #Vote , #Vote , #Vote ! Vote like our lives, our animals and our planet depend on it, because they do. ❤️ 🇺🇸" –Torrey DeVitto, who poste this voting selfie on Instagram on Oct. 16, 2020
"👏🏾Wrapped around the building!! But guess what my a** ain't going nowhere !!! COME ON GUYS let's do our part!! GO VOTE!!!! Our life depends on it !! #PlanYourVote 💪🏾 #NotOnOurWatch #Bye🍊" –Bravo star Porsha Williams, who posted this photo on Instagram on Oct. 13, 2020, showing the long early voting line where she cast her ballot in Georgia
"Just over here participating in democracy, hope you do the same ✌🏾 And if you're mailing your vote in, make sure you drop it off at an official ballot box or polling location (should be listed online or on your ballot materials), because some people are putting out fake ballot boxes, LOL what a world! #vote" –Sasheer Zamata, who posted this voting photo on Instagram on Oct. 13, 2020
"Today, I learned that I touch my face way too often and need to work on that. But more importantly, I VOTED. (from the comfort of my home & it was easy)✌🏻" –Camila Morrone, who posted a video of herself filling out of mail-in ballot at home on Oct. 12, 2020
"I voted early by mail. There are measures and propositions on the ballot that I was not familiar with. I used my favorite pen, researched creditable sources, *tried to use critical thinking* , consulted with friends whom I trust and whose ideals align with mine – and also found some voting guides / endorsements for Los Angeles / Southern California helpful. swipe for info" –Jane Levy, who posted this selfie on Instagram on Oct. 10, 2020
"You may call it voter fraud, but I call registering my blue vote to the swing state of Florida the best scam I've ever pulled off. (Also I've lived here for the past six months, have plans to live here indefinitely, don't even try to come for me saying what I did is illegal. Learn how to take a joke, snowflake!!!) Biden Harris 2020 🦋" –Caroline Calloway, who posted this snap on Nov. 3.
"Today is the day. Every vote counts!Do your part and #vote 💙" –Taylor Hill, who posted this on Nov. 3.
"After 16 years of living in the US, I finally became a US Citizen last year and this is my FIRST TIME VOTING!!! 🌈🤙🏻🥳🇺🇸🇺🇸" –Simon Huck, who posted this on Nov. 3.
"I VOTED for @joebiden @kamalaharris and @reptedlieu 🇺🇸 how bout you?" –Stephanie Shepherd, who posted this on Nov. 3.
"Done. Please please please America let's change course and end this period of unparalleled dishonesty, environmental destruction, racial devision and democratic destabilization. If you haven't already please go vote. #DumpTrump #bidenharris2020" –Joel Kinnaman, who posted this snap on Nov. 3.
"I'm fine. I'm perfectly fine. GO VOTE! Where to vote: Iwillvote.com #bidenharris2020" –Billy Eichner, who posted this on Nov. 3.
"Just voted. Felt good. iwillvote.com" –Hillary Clinton, who posted this on Nov. 3.
Krysten Ritter posted this snap on Nov. 3.
"just cast my vote in hopes of a brighter future. one filled with more understanding and love. less arguments at dinner. more acceptance for our lgbtq youth. one where black lives actually matter. I'm not expecting perfect – just better. a little more love would go a long way. and it starts with our leaders leading by example. X" –Dan Reynolds, who posted this on Nov. 3.
"PSA: VOTE! There is nothing more glamorous than getting out and voting! #GLAMerica #VOTEBLUE #bidenharris2020 #goodriddancetobadrubbish" –Marc Jacobs, who posted this on Nov. 3.
"Democracy!!" –Chris Noth, who posted this on Nov. 3.
"Happy Election Day! Get out there and VOTE if you haven't already. Your voice is important. Your vote has power. Every vote counts." —Kourtney Kardashian, who posted this on Nov. 3.
"Being a voter is fun" –Camila Morrone, who posted this on Nov. 3.
"I VOTED!!!! Did u???" —Kim Kardashian West, who posted this on Nov. 3.
"I am corholio and I voted" –Noah Mills, who posted this on Nov. 3.
"Today's the day, if you haven't already – GO #VOTE 🇺🇸" –Jasmine Tookes, who posted this on Nov. 3.