With the 2020 presidential election process underway, American voters are in good company when it comes to fulfilling their civic duty.
Here's a roundup of celebrities who have earned their "I voted" stickers this year:
Jennifer Lopez took to Instagram on Election Day to ask fans to vote.
The star shared a pic of herself with her "I voted" sticker on her chest. She also donned a pink sports bra and matching sunglasses.
"¡Yo voté! ¡Vamos America!" she wrote before translating her caption. "I voted! Let’s go America! #Vote #LetsGetLoud #BidenHarris2020"
Just last week, she took to Instagram to share an image of herself voting and wearing the iconic sticker.
"I vote because I love my country," she wrote in the caption. "From my friends and family members who live here, to my neighbors and millions of people I don’t know, I love the citizens here."
She said that this was her first time voting in an election.
Pop sensation Lady Gaga has been very vocal in her support of Biden, even helping him on the campaign trail.
She further showed her support in an Instagram video in which she dropped her ballot off at a mailbox while wearing an "I voted" sticker.
"Category: Ballot Drop Off Realness," read the caption.
"VOTE!" she captioned the post.
In the pics, Carey wore a shirt reading "Your voice matters" while holding up her sticker for fans to see.
In a brief video clip, the star wore a Biden-Harris face mask and tipped her hat toward the camera, revealing her "I voted" token.
"Come thru, Texas! #VOTE," read the caption.
Actress Demi Moore also encouraged fans to vote.
On Instagram, the star shared an image of herself dropping off her ballot while donning her sticker.
"I voted," she wrote in the caption. "Letting my voice be heard! This could be the most important election of our lives... Get out and vote because it matters! Our future depends on it."
Hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg took a moment to share his pride in voting.
The star shared an image of himself wearing a hoodie reading "vote" while also wearing his sticker.
"Just voted," he captioned the pic.
Oscar-winner Halle Berry shared a sweet snap of herself on Instagram after she voted.
Several weeks ago, the actress posted a photo of herself holding her "I voted" sticker over her lips.
"VOTE. Vote EARLY. #Vote for the presidency but also for the local officials and measures that will create the world you want to see," she wrote alongside the photo.
The star shared a photo of herself with her husband, Mike Caussin. In the pic, she wore a face mask with an "I voted" logo on full display.
"... Not gonna lie I always wanted to feel Instagram cool with the I voted sticker and they 'ran out' so @vistaprint mask for the win but let’s be honest voting is more important than the sticker," she said in the caption.
Bebe Rexha left little to the imagination after she cast her ballot.
The singer shared an image of herself on Instagram wearing a sheer top with only her "I voted" sticker covering her breast.
"I voted," read her caption. "I hope you do too."
Additionally, the star admitted to voting for the first time this year while she stuck her sticker to her nose.
"As I’ve listened and learned, I’ve realized its our responsibility and privilege to use our voices to establish what we as human beings with beating hearts want to see in this country for not only ourselves...but our friends, neighbors, strangers, and future generations," she wrote.
Courtney Stodden also admitted to being a first-time voter on Instagram.
"I voted for the first time in my life," she wrote on Instagram. "For me, this is a vote for compassion and empathy - human rights and love."
Alongside the text was an image of the star with an "I voted" sticker on her lips.
Actress and businesswoman Jessica Alba showed off her "I voted" sticker on Instagram alongside her husband.
"Even if voting is the only thing you do in a day, you’re able to feel like you did something major!" she said in the post. "It’s pretty amazing! GO VOTE!!!"
Alba and her hubby both wore stickers for the pic.
While many opt to wear their "I voted" stickers, Vanessa Hudgens went with something a little more permanent.
After casting her ballot, the "High School Musical" star shared a mirror selfie to Instagram highlighting the sticker on her phone case.
"Done. Did. Have you? #VOTE," read the caption.
Jonas Brothers member Nick Jonas shared a simple selfie of himself wearing a black T-shirt and an "I voted" sticker on Instagram last month.
Along with the photo came a question for his followers.
"How are you guys voting? Drop your voting plan in the comments. Let's go!" he wrote.
Acting legend Viola Davis was also proud to share that she'd cast her ballot.
The star posted a photo of herself and her husband wearing big grins and "I voted" stickers.
"WE Voted!! This is a year of wokeness and understanding that we have to be the change we want to see," she wrote in the caption.
Joe Jonas joined his brother Nick in showing off his "I voted" sticker on social media.
The star posed for a photo with the sticker on the front of his black baseball cap back in October.
"Let's get it!!!!" he said.
"Dawson's Creek" alum Busy Philipps took a moment to support women voters.
In an Instagram post, the star laid out while holding her ballot and wearing her sticker.
"Women Are Voting. Millions of women across the country are committed to casting our ballots to show the world we are unstoppable," read her caption. "I cast my ballot from my bed!!"
The star cuddled up with her pooch for an Instagram photo, putting her "I voted" sticker on display.
"New Girl" star Zooey Deschanel took to Instagram last week to share that she and boyfriend Jonathan Scott had cast their ballots, sharing a photo of the two of their donning stickers.
Scott, a star of "Property Brothers," only obtained the right to vote in the U.S. for the first time this year.
"We voted!" the actress said simply in the caption of her post, adding a red heart emoji.
Ashlee Simpson Ross
In the Instagram photos, the star stuck her "I voted" sticker on the center of her pregnant belly.
"Get out and vote!" she urged in the caption. "No excuses!"
Academy Award-winner Brie Larson has always been politically outspoken, and this year was no exception.
The star shared a few images to Instagram just a few days ago featuring herself proudly and excitedly wearing an "I voted" sticker.
"It may not be as easy as we want it to be, but even a complicated journey to having your vote counted is a journey worth embarking on," she wrote in the caption. "Vote in person if you haven’t yet voted, or drop your mail in ballot at your local ballot box (don't mail it now as it may not get there on time to be counted!). Your voice matters. Your vote is valid."
For the photo, the star stuck her sticker to her cheek and paired it with a large smile, as well as a chart of early in-person voting dates.
"14 days until the election! Have you all voted yet? Tag me in your voting pics ... and swipe right for a list of early voting dates by state," read her caption.
Laura Dern was also among the Hollywood heavyweights to cast a ballot this year.
The star shared a photo of herself on Instagram wearing an "I voted" sticker and a sweater reading, "The way I see it."
"So proudly cast my ballot today!!" Dern wrote in the caption. "Be sure to vote the way YOU see it!!"
"Avengers" actress Cobie Smulders, born in Canada, voted in the U.S. election this year.
The star posted a pic of herself wearing an "I voted" token and a T-shirt reading "I am a voter."
"Done.Boom.Have you yet? Feels good," read her caption.
The star also donned a Biden-Harris face mask for the pics.
"What’s your voting plan?" she asked in the caption. "This was mine — signed, sealed, (notarized), and delivered."
In the video posted on social media, he's seen dropping off his ballot while taking his dog for a walk.
The singer took the streets of Los Angeles dressed up in an extra-large 'I Voted' sticker encouraging others to vote on Tuesday.
She wrote a mask and wanted people to honk for democracy. The caption on her video read, "Tell your mom, tell your dad, tell complete strangers on the street to #VOTENOW."
Michael B. Jordan
Actor Michael B. Jordan proudly showed off his collection of "I Voted" stickers on his chest in a post on social media.
The "Black Panther" star wrote, "I VOTED 🗳Less than 48 hrs to go ‼️"
He also endorsed the Biden-Harris ticket.
Rapper Cardi B posted that she voted early in the morning on Election Day.
"Nice and early !!!and there was ten people on line. GO VOTE!" she captioned a video on Instagram showing off her "I Voted" stickers.
Cardi publicly endorsed Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in the 2020 election.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick
Stage and screen stars Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick stepped out to cast their ballots on Tuesday.
The stars also took their son James with them. James turned 18 late last month, so this was his first time voting.
James and his parents strolled down the street wearing their "I voted" stickers with sweatshirts reading "Rebuild with love."
Kim Kardashian West
"Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star Kim Kardashian West proved to fans that she voted when she shared a photo of herself holding up her "I voted" sticker.
"I VOTED!!!! Did you?!?!" she captioned her tweet. "If you are in line when the hours of operation close at the polls, they are required to stay open and allow you to vote, so do not get out of line."
Her husband, Kanye West, is running for president this year.