I did but I did not get a sticker because it was via mail. Of course it is not gratifying…
I did but I did not get a sticker because it was via mail. Of course it is not gratifying and I feel quite omitted. Please kamala, I ask you to make sure that all future voters get a sticker so nobody else needs to know what I’m feeling right now https://t.co/KE5V8bU7D7
– christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) 6 November 2018  Bon Jovi frontman Jon Bon Jovi got a sticker and rocked it proudly: “It’s the day of the election! Go out and vote.”
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Rihanna, who recently beat President Trump to play his single “Do not Stop Music” at one of his “tragic” rallies, reminded voters to say in line “no matter what they’re trying.” ” Do your voice. It’s really things. Surveys close at 19:00. This is what boys count, “she added.
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Lady Gaga did the same: If you’re in line, keep in line. Every voice counts! “
Justin Timberlake skipped the line and sent the voices by post:” My absentee vote is … make sure you MAKE VOTE on Tuesday !! Remember: NO Voting Booth Selfies. “
Jada Pinkett Smith, Jennifer Garner and Camila Cabello all took selfies with their” I Voted “sticker.
The singer” Havana “added:” I’m really really surprised that I only voted because I feel as if I take my frustration on the damage that happens in our country and take it into account!
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Nick Jonas shared with pride “I voted!”
Alicia Keys “bows in deep honor “of his ancestors as” fought and died and lived and survived and created everything we now have access to. “
She continued:” We are proud to be your wildest dream and we will not let you go! Let’s keep up with what we are awake, conscious, growing and powerful !!
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Jake Gyllenhaal urged the fans to “vote for change, with compassion, for civilization, for wisdom. “
He added:” Vote for believing that the government does not affect you or there’s no such thing as a good politician. Vote for you to, because we fight for rights through to exercise them. “
Oprah, who spent time in Georgia as a campaign for guerratorial candidate Stacey Abrams, went to Instagram to continue his effort in a” Vote “shirt:” Antidote to Hate … Vote Your Love! “
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski fled “The Quiet Place” to say: “#Vote”
Drew Barrymore let her “I voted” sticker talk and put her money where her mouth is. Real-life stars Kim Kardashian West and Kourtney Kardashian followed.
John Stamos said that the end of summer time has him early to vote: “I will be the first in line when voting opens tomorrow – not just because it’s the right thing to do, but because this damn change of time have got me at 4:00 pm. “
Mindy Kaling thanked “14th and 19th Amendment to Let Me Vote Today!”
Diddy may be afraid of clowns, but the hip-hop mogul (and family) are not afraid to cast their polls: “Today is the day. Let nothing stop you from voting. Make your voice heard. Every voice counts. # 19509038] Related: Diddy promises $ 1 million for new charter school in Bronx
Reese Witherspoon has a question for you: “I voted! … What’s happening to you?! “
Seth Myers” Late Night “made a trip to the vote for a family store:” Our son was disappointed because he thought we would “boat” but otherwise succeeded! Seth Meyers Explains
Amy Schumer, who announced her pregnancy in a list of approvals for congressional and gubernatory candidates, hashtagged #votewithus.
One day earlier, the comic shared a video of her ultrasound with information for the citizens to find her right choice.
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Rob Lowe told everyone to “vote for your conscience” but also jokes offered the latest news about the model Bella Hadid for consideration.
Olivia Wilde encouraged their fans to “Go Cruel and VOTE YOUR FRIGIN FACE OFF!” (No faces have been damaged in setting up this Instagram post.)
Wildes mother, long-standing journalist Leslie Cockburn, is the Democratic candidate driving for Virginia’s 5th district.
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Gwyneth Paltrow got a voice souvenir and plans to “rock this sticker all day”, adding: “It’s right not to be taken for granted so I did it one day early. “
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” This is Us “star Mandy Moore wrote” I did it “on Instagram and she blinked her “Voting: 100% more effective than complaining on the internet” shirt.
She continued: “Now it’s your turn. Tuesday, 11/6. #VOTE”
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Actress Cynthia Nixon, who failed to run in the New York Governor’s Priory, she said “voted because the patriarch will not take care of himself.”
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus is only allowed to play a vice president’s vice president in “Veep”, but the actress bowed their civic muscles Tuesday: “Today is the day to be a voter for change!”
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Kesha looked hard in her patriotic makeup and told her “animals” that “I voted. ” She included hashtag #HereComesTheChange.
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Actress Elizabeth Banks expressed the thrill of “seeing everyone’s #IVoted stickers today” with a GIF by himself and John Michael Higgins in “Pitch Perfect . “
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Ethan Hawke does not seem to mind breaking his birthday with the middle. The actor said, “Birthday kiss from Catherine Deneuve! And most importantly, it’s the election day. I voted absent and if you still need to make your voice heard, go to GetToThePolls.com. #Vote”
Nicole Richie and Joel Madden’s Girl Blinked proof of fulfilling its patriotic duty.
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