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Demi Lovato returned to social media for the first time since leaving the rehab to pursue her civic duty.
"I'm so thankful that I'm home in time to vote!" Lovato wrote. This is her first contribution since thanking God three weeks after her apparent drug overdose on July 24th.
The singer and actress encouraged her fans with her platform to exercise her suffrage: "A voice can make a difference, so make sure your voice is heard … now go out and #VOTE !!!!"
Lovato is one of many stars who take the polls.
Beyonce reflected on her suffrage: "I am grateful to all who have fought so hard to give us all the right to have a voice, we can not express our frustration and complain about what is wrong, without voting and exercising our power to do it right. "
She continued, "We need you, we all need each other, because when we are truly united, we are unstoppable, I send you all love and positivity on this happy election day!"
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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson used the interludes as another opportunity to troll comedian Kevin Hart: "Out with the voice, do not do that for me, do it for our little ones."
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Chrissy Teigen may not have an "I Voted" sticker to prove it, but the outspoken Democrats have voted out.
"I did it, but I did not get a sticker because it was sent by email, I'm not thrilled and I feel more excluded," tweeted the model, which is one of President Donald Trump's biggest critics, and added Senator, "Please Kamala, I ask you to ensure that all future voters get a sticker so no one else has to feel what I'm feeling right now.
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Bon Jovi front man Jon Bon Jovi got a sticker and proudly rocked: "It's election day, get out and vote."
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Rihanna, who recently beat President Trump for his single "Don't Stop the Music" at one of his "tragic" rallies, reminded voters to say "no matter what they're trying to do" in a single line. "Vote, it's REALLY IMPORTANT. Polls close at 7:00 pm, here's the boys counting," she added.
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Lady Gaga did the same: "When you are in a row, stay in line, every vote counts!"
Justin Timberlake skipped the line and e-mailed the election: "My ballot is in … make sure you vote on Tuesday! Remember: NO selfie voting booths."
Jada Pinkett Smith, Jennifer Garner and Camila Cabello all took selfies with their "I Voted" stickers.
The singer of "Havana" added: "I am really excited that I only voted because I feel like I have taken frustration on the injustices that have happened in our country and put them into action !!! "
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Nick Jonas proudly said, "I have chosen!"
Alicia Keys "deeply honors" her ancestors who "fought and died, lived and survived and created everything we can access now."
She continued, "We are proud to be your wildest dream, and we will not let you down! Let's move on, we're awake, aware, grow & powerful !! #ivot"
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Jake Gyllenhaal encouraged fans to "vote for change, compassion, courtesy and wisdom".
He added, "Vote because you think the government does not influence you, or that there is no good politician, vote because you can, because we fight for the rights by exercising them."
Oprah, who was in Georgia for Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, embarked on her Instagram show to continue her efforts in a "Vote" shirt: "The antidote to Hate … VOTE your love!"
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski escaped "The Quiet Place" and said: "#Vote"
Drew Barrymore had her "I Voted" sticker spoken and put her money where her mouth is. Reality stars Kim Kardashian West and Kourtney Kardashian followed suit.
John Stamos said the end of summer time puts him early in the election: "I'll be first tomorrow when voting takes place – not just because it's the right thing, but because that damn time change caught me at 4am."
Mindy Kaling thanked the "14th and 19th changes that make me vote today!"
Diddy may be scared of clowns, but the hip-hop mogul (and his family) are not afraid to cast their ballots: "TODAY IS THE DAY. Do not let anything stop you. Let your voice hear. Every single vote counts. #VoteOrDie "
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Reese Witherspoon has a question for you: "I have chosen! … What about you?!"
"Late Night" maker Seth Myers made a family affair out of a voting voyage: "Our son was disappointed because he thought we would take" boat ", but otherwise a success!
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Amy Schumer, who announced her pregnancy in a list of supporters of candidates for congress and governorship candidates, has tagged #votewithus with a hashtag.
The day before, the comedian shared an ultrasound video with information to help people find their right place to vote.
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Rob Lowe told everyone to "vote for his conscience," but jokingly offered the latest news on the Bella Hadid model.
Olivia Wilde encouraged her fans to "Go, be awesome and choose your happy face!" (No faces were hurt when creating this Instagram post.)
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Mariska Hargitay followed in the vote the laws and the order. She tagged #ForThePeopleByThePeople and #WeCanFixIt.
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Gwyneth Paltrow had an election souvenir and plans to "rock this sticker all day". He added, "It's a right not to be self-evident, so I did it one day earlier."
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"This is Us" star Mandy Moore wrote "I did it" on Instagram, flashing it. "Voting: 100% more effective than complaining on the Internet".
She continued: "Now it's your turn. Tuesday, 06.11. #VOTE"
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Actress Cynthia Nixon, who ran unsuccessfully in the New York Gubernatorial Primary class, said she "voted because patriarchy will not dismantle itself."
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus may play only one vice president, who has become a president in Veep, but the actress bowed her civilian muscles on Tuesday: "TODAY is the day voters can opt for change!"
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Kesha looked wild in her patriotic make-up and told her "animals" that "I voted". It contained the hashtag #HereComesTheChange.
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Actress Elizabeth Banks expressed the excitement that she was "with the #voted stickers of all today" with a GIF of her own and John Michael Higgins in "Pitch Perfect".
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Ethan Hawke does not seem to mind sharing his birthday with the split times. The actor said, "Catherine Deneuve's birthday kiss! And most of all, it's Election Day." I voted absently – if you still need to hear your voice, go to GetToThePolls.com.
Nicole Richie and husband Joel Madden have shown that they have fulfilled their patriotic duty.
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