Election day is finally here and there’s still time for Americans to cast their vote in one of the most polarizing presidential elections the US has seen.
On Tuesday dozens of celebrities, including rapper Cardi B, reality star Kourtney Kardashian and actor David Schwimmer, took to social media to show off their ‘I voted’ stickers while urging their fans to get out and cast their ballots with just hours to go.
Cardi, 28, reassured her followers that there was little wait time at her local polling station as she filmed herself telling fans: ‘Hey guys, I voted, it was easy peasy – the hardest part was getting out the f**king car’.
Cardi B was one of many stars urging fans to get out and vote as election day finally arrived on Tuesday
The rapper explained how good it felt to vote and ‘do something’. In typical Cardi style she added at the end of her message ‘go vote f**kers!’.
In her caption Cardi wrote, ‘Nice and early !!!and there was ten people on line. GO VOTE!’
Kardashian, 41, posed for a mirror selfie at home wearing a white hoodie with her ‘I voted’ proudly displayed.
‘Happy Election Day! Get out there and VOTE if you haven’t already. Your voice is important. Your vote has power. Every vote counts.’ the E! star wrote.
And Kourtney’s pal Jonathan Cheban wore the same Vote logo shirt when he was seen in LA; he added a hat that said Vote Kanye on front; Kim Kardashian’s husband Kanye West is also running for President.
Friends alum Schwimmer, 54, shared a rare selfie on Instagram as he wrote in the caption: ‘Voted early! Join me. Take part in the process, exercise your civic duty, and VOTE!’
‘Your vote has power’: Kourtney Kardashian urged fans to get out and vote
He had on a similar look: And Kourtney’s pal Jonathan Cheban wore the same Vote logo shirt when he was seen in LA; he also had on a hat that said Vote Kanye on front; Kim Kardashian’s husband Kanye West is also running for President
‘Exercise your civic duty’: Actor David Schwimmer shared a rare selfie
‘Today is the day’: Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar wore her ‘I voted’ sticker on her face in a cute selfie
Do it! Kylie Jenner and Hailey Bieber shared glam selfies as they urged fans to vote
Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar wore her ‘I voted’ sticker on her cheek in a cute selfie and wrote ‘Today is the day’.
Not everyone had an easy time at the polls however, as Chelsea Handler revealed on Instagram stories that she had experienced voter intimidation.
The comedian revealed she was quizzed on American history when she was about to complete her ballot at a Los Angeles voting location.
She reassured her fans ‘You are not required to answer any questions like that, ever, when you are voting. You have a right to vote, period.’
Right to vote: Not everyone had an easy time at the polls however, as Chelsea Handler revealed on Instagram stories that she had experienced voter intimidation
Meanwhile, presidential hopeful Kanye West, revealed that he voted for the first time ever, for himself.
The rapper is running under the Birthday Party but didn’t manage to make the ballot in most states.
‘God is so good. Today I am voting for the first time in my life for the President of the United States, and it’s for someone I truly trust…me’ the 43-year-old tweeted on Tuesday.
Naked truth: Chelsea followed up with a more attention-grabbing post
Me: Meanwhile, presidential hopeful Kanye West, revealed that he voted for the first time ever, for himself
Have your say: Jessica Alba and Lindsey Vonn masked up as they shared vote themed selfies
Please vote: Michelle Pfeiffer recorded an early morning message for fans highlighting the importance of voting
Americans were voting on Tuesday under the shadow of a surging coronavirus pandemic to decide whether to reelect Republican Donald Trump, one of the most polarizing presidents in US history, or send Democrat Joe Biden to the White House.
A record-breaking number of early votes – some 100 million – have already been cast in an election that has the country on edge and is being closely watched in capitals around the world.
The 77-year-old Biden, who served for eight years as vice president to Barack Obama, leads Trump in national polls and in many of the battleground states that will decide the White House.
The former senator from Delaware, who is making his third bid for the presidency, began his day with a visit to the church in Wilmington, Delaware, where his son, Beau Biden, and first wife and daughter are buried.
Trump, 74, who is seeking to become the first US president to win reelection after being impeached, dismissed the polls showing him trailing Biden.
Hi! Elsa Hosk caught everyone’s attention by scrawling ‘vote’ across her pregnant belly
I’m still hopeful: Singer Lizzo wrote an inspirational message of hope as she shared a stunning snap of her in a racy patriotic look
Alicia Silverstone kicked off a discussion on Instagram asking fans if they’ve voted and whether they mailed in their ballot