Celebrities share their voting experiences on Election Day 2016

Anne Hathaway posted a selfie to Instagram encouraging people to get out and vote. (annehathaway/Instagram)

From Taylor Swift to Chris Evans, celebrities are going to the polls on Election Day. While some used the opportunity to give one last shout-out to their preferred candidate, others simply told fans to get out and vote.

From ballot selfies to "I Voted" stickers to Instagram-worthy photo shoots outside the polling place, here's a look at celebrities exercising their right to vote.

Kelly Ripa wrote, "Nothing like the feeling of witnessing your child vote for the first time. Nothing. MAKE IT COUNT!"


Jenna Fischer voted early and wrote last week, "I will be in Canada on Election Day so I voted today! Feeling proud to be part of a great country and democracy. #vote #downballotmatterstoo."


Eva Longoria voted early last week and encouraged fans to find their polling place.


Olivia Wilde shared a photo of her "voting jacket."


Katy Perry voted early on her birthday, Oct. 25, and encouraged others to vote for Hillary Clinton the next day, Clinton's birthday.



Liev Schreiber wrote, "Boys are stoked to #vote!"


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