Election Day is here, and just like us, celebrities are heading to the polls to do their civic duty.
Of course, many took to social media to share snaps of themselves sporting "I voted" stickers and showing off their patriotic pride in other ways. Here are some of our favorites.
"The Office" star Jenna Fischer posted a playful pic as proof she voted early.
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Eva Longoria also wore her sticker as a facial accessory.
Sarah Jessica Parker wore hers on her lapel.
Anne Hathaway opted to display hers on her jacket.
Jessica Alba reminded followers, "Your voice matters!"
Mario Lopez reminded citizens to exercise their right to vote early.
Molly Sims joked that her young daughter "stole her sticker."
Taylor Swift posed for a pic while waiting in line.
Justin Theroux sent his ballot from Berlin.
Olivia Wilde celebrated her "baby girl's first election."
Kelly Clarkson encouraged her Twitter followers to #RocktheVote.
Katy Perry called voting "the best birthday present ever."
Anna Kendrick wore a fitting T-shirt.
Lady Gaga also rocked her best red, white and blue.
As did Hilary Duff.
Carrie Underwood "got it done."
America Ferrera proclaimed, "Democracy rules!"
Sarah Michelle Gellar told fans, "First of all, and most importantly get out there and vote."
Amy Poehler donned an appropriate accessory before sending in her absentee vote.
Kate Hudson held her sticker high,
Jessica Biel poked fun at hubby Justin Timberlake's recent gaffe — illegally posting a selfie from a Tennessee voting booth — noting that she "waited to get home before snapping" so she wouldn't "almost go to jail."
And Candace Cameron Bure had a simple but clear message: "Go vote!"