Today is the day. Probably the biggest election day in the history of our country. And all of Hollywood has come together to remind everyone to vote. A few of our favorite celeb couples have captured the moment of exercising their rights together—complete with an “I Voted” sticker selfie. Because after all couples who vote together stay together. Keep scrolling for all of the celeb couples who hit the polls together.
Brittany Snow and Tyler Stanaland
The Pitch Perfect star and her new hubby voted in their backyard and commemorated the moment with some polaroid shots.
Jessica Alba and Cash Warren
The beauty mogul and her husband took a selfie with their "I voted" stickers. "Even if voting is the only thing you do in a day, you’re able to feel like you did something major!" Alba wrote. "It’s pretty amazing!"
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds
This just may have been the vote heard 'round the world. Like everything this couple seems to do, their voting picture soon went viral after Lively posted the photo with some drawn on shoes—and we have to say the attention to detail is unrivaled. The Gossip Girl actress also joked about this being Reynold's "first time."
Lily Collins and Charlie McDowell
"Couples who vote together, stay together," Collins captioned her Instagram post of her and new fiancée, McDowell, sending in their ballots early by mail.
Faith Hill and Tim McGraw
The country stars voted alongside their daughter this year, and Hill then challenged some fellow country artists, like Kelsea Ballerini and Dolly Parton, to also practice their civil duty.
Adrienne and Chris Bosh
"NOW it's time to do your part!" The Sparkle & Shine Darling founder captioned her voting selfie with her husband and former NBA player. "Vote because it's your duty. Vote because you care about our planet. Vote because you care about civil rights. Vote because you want to save our democracy. Vote like your life depends on it. Today is the day! Get out to the polls and make your voice count."
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick
SJP and Broderick took their son James Wilkie to vote just days after his 18th birthday. On the way to the polls, the Sex and the City actress and Wilkie were spotted wearing matching sweatshirts that read, "Rebuild With Love." Leave it to Carrie Bradshaw to make voting fashionable.
Al Roker and Deborah Roberts
The Today weatherman and his wife took their 18-year-old son Nick to vote for this first time.The family captured the memory with a selfie. "Well, we did it." Roker captioned his Instagram post. "@nickroker155 voted for the first [time] and @debrobertsabc and I voted early"