Celebrities Cast Their Votes on Election Day

The big day is finally here! After months of intense campaign ads and debates, celebrities joined millions of Americans in casting their votes for the next president of the United States. See how celebs like Beyonce, Tracee Ellis Ross and Ne-Yo exercised their democratic right.

Yolanda Sangweni Nov, 06, 2012

1 of 13 Beyonce/ Tumblr

Shortly after posting an open letter to President Obama, Beyoncé shared a photo of herself with her ballot.

2 of 13 Barack Obama/ Twitter

"Time to vote! Grab a friend to join you and head over to your polling place," tweeted President Obama.

3 of 13 Gabrielle Union/ Twitter

"Bring H20, snacks, chair, hat 4 shade," tweeted Gabrielle Union before casting her vote in Los Angeles. "Be prepared," she added. 

4 of 13 Tracee Ellis Ross/ Twitter

Tracee Ellis Ross is all smiles after casting her ballot. "I voted & I feel so good! Cloud 9! Nothing like the feeling of voting!" she wrote.

5 of 13 Mariah Carey/ Twitter

Mariah Carey let her voice be heard at the polling booth today. "Four more years!" she tweeted.

6 of 13 Michelle Williams/ Twitter

"I have #VOTED!" tweeted an excited Michelle Williams. "I was serving 'vote or die' face!"

7 of 13 Tichina Arnold/ Twitter

"I got my vote in! Yay!" tweeted Tichina Arnold.

8 of 13 Ludacris/ Twitter

Ludacris rocked the vote in Georgia.

9 of 13 Letoya Luckett/ Twitter

LeToya Luckett was up and early to vote with her grandmother.

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NE-YO traveled back home to ATL after not receiving his absentee ballot in time to vote in the 2012 U.S Presidential Election.

11 of 13 Toni Braxton/ Twitter

"Know who you're voting for...#Obama," urged Toni Braxton after casting her ballot.

12 of 13 Lenny Kravitz/ Twitter

Lenny Kravitz exercised his right to vote today.

13 of 13 Russell Simmons/ Twitter

"Proud to cast my vote for Barack Obama!" tweeted Russell Simmons.