Checking in with her Instagram followers from the car after voting, Cardi said, “I voted. It was easy-peasy. The hardest part was getting out of the f—ing car. Go vote, because you will feel like you — I don’t know, it feels good after you voted. You feel like you just did something.”
“¡Yo voté! ¡Vamos America! #Vote #LetsGetLoud #BidenHarris2020,” J. Lo, showing off her “I Voted” sticker in a selfie, tweeted Tuesday afternoon (Nov. 3).
— jlo (@JLo) November 3, 2020
Kanye West, who put himself on the presidential ballot this year, acknowledged that he voted for himself.
“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,” he tweeted.
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. 🇺🇸 🕊
— ye (@kanyewest) November 3, 2020
“I didn’t vote for a Democrat or a Republican. I voted for character, decency, justice, TRUTH and TRUST in the leader of our nation,” Camila Cabello, who said she voted for Joe Biden, wrote on Instagram. “I voted for a President that believes in goodness, who will protect the morals and values of this country, and not betray them. I voted for a land of opportunity, regardless of where you come from or what you look like. I voted for someone that believes families belong together and children should be in schools, not cages. I voted for real leadership and a belief in the America I want to see.”
Halsey posted a selfie with her “I Voted” sticker, along with a message: “I am anxious. I’m sure you are too. This is a bandaid. But a necessary action. Empower yourself. Empower others. Empower the memory of those who didn’t have the ability to vote. For your ancestors and for your future. Sending Love. #BidenHarris2020.”
I am anxious. I’m sure you are too. This is a bandaid. But a necessary action. Empower yourself. Empower others. Empower the memory of those who didn’t have the ability to vote. For your ancestors and for your future. Sending Love. #BidenHarris2020 pic.twitter.com/WUDhVxwNqC
— h (@halsey) November 2, 2020
“Democracy alive and well,” Billy Ray Cyrus, donning a hat announcing that he voted in Tennessee, wrote on Twitter. “God Bless America. #vote.”
— Billy Ray Cyrus (@billyraycyrus) November 3, 2020
Ally Brooke chimed in with a Twitter post and a selfie on Tuesday afternoon. “Guess what I just did? It’s not too late! #Vote,” she wrote.
— Ally Brooke (@AllyBrooke) November 3, 2020
“#vote #usa #proudamerican #everyvotecounts,” country singer Sara Evans wrote on Twitter, sharing a Nov. 3 selfie from the car.
— Sara Evans (@saraevansmusic) November 3, 2020
Stay tuned to this article for updates as more stars post about voting throughout the day.