Presidential Election: These 25 Stars Want You To Get Out & VOTE!

November 6th is a big day, it is Super Tuesday aka the 2012 Presidential election.

It’s been an intense campaign season with both camps – Barack Obama and Mitt Romney – sparring in the debates, in ads, and in soundbites. But all these days, week, months and millions and millions of dollars all culminate in one day when all eligible Americans can exercise their right to vote for the candidate of their choice. But not everyone will take the government up on their offer to head to the polls and have their voice heard.

As we know, we should all be out voting on Tuesday (unless you voted an absentee ballot or live in a community that offers early voting), and there are a wide variety of very famous voices not just reminding us to vote but also giving their two cents of who we should vote for.

Check out these 25 stars from stage, screen, sports and reality TV from from Pink to Kourtney Kardashian to Mike Tyson! who want us to get out and vote (and what they said) right here:nggallery id=’119372′

  • Kourtney Kardashian 1 of 25
    Kourtney Kardashian
    "Don't forget to VOTE!! You owe it to yourself and your country to educate yourself and VOTE!"
    Source: Twitter
  • Julianne Moore 2 of 25
    Julianne Moore
    "Vote tmrw! @BarackObama stands with us, now we stand with him."
    Source: Twitter
  • Neil Patrick Harris 3 of 25
    Neil Patrick Harris
    "Please please vote tomorrow. And spend some time educating yourself to make informed choices. It's your civic duty. Heee. I said duty."
    Source: Twitter
  • Melissa Joan Hart 4 of 25
    Melissa Joan Hart
    "Can't get too political in only 140 chac but for those asking, I'm voting #RomneyRyan."
    Source: Twitter
  • Donald Trump 5 of 25
    Donald Trump
    "Tomorrow's election will have historic repercussions for our country. Make America strong again. Vote for @MittRomney."
    Source: Twitter
  • Pink 6 of 25
    Pink
    "I VOTED. Feels so good!!!"
    Source: Twitter
  • Christina Applegate 7 of 25
    Christina Applegate
    "Given the fact tht this election is so frighteningly close. Don't for 1 second think ur vote doesn't matter. Go to the polls!"
    Source: Twitter
  • Snoop Dogg 8 of 25
    Snoop Dogg
    "make sure u all vote 2morrow!! @BarackObama @MichelleObama http://theballot.org  #teamobama"
    Source: Twitter
  • Ellen Barkin 9 of 25
    Ellen Barkin
    "We cannot allow the media & GOP governors &politicians,esp in swing states,decide this election thru such blatant voter suppression...again."
    Source: Twitter
  • Elizabeth Banks 10 of 25
    Elizabeth Banks
    "Women's rights depend on women voting - me & @EvaLongoria choose @BarackObama to lead us #FORWARD - vote tomorrow!"
    Source: Twitter
  • Mariah Carey 11 of 25
    Mariah Carey
    "On stage in Charlotte, NC supporting the First Lady #Obama2012 VOTE!"
    Photo Source: Twitter
  • Mike Tyson 12 of 25
    Mike Tyson
    "Please vote tomorrow and stand up for what you believe in. Our ancestors fought hard for us. Lets take this seriously."
    Source: Twitter
  • Faith Hill 13 of 25
    Faith Hill
    "Tomorrow is election day don't forget to vote!!!"
    Source: Twitter
  • Magic Johnson 14 of 25
    Magic Johnson
    "Can't believe the election is tomorrow! Everyone get out & vote. Let's do this."
    Source: Twitter

  • Sherri Shepherd 15 of 25
    Sherri Shepherd
    Sherri Shepherd has been VERY vocal on Twitter about getting out to vote and her opinions of the candidates. A few of her comments include:

    "Please please please get out & vote ... don't let obstacles stand in your way... there is an urgency. Your vote does count! @Obama2012"

    "Taking Jeffrey w me tomorrow to vote for @BarackObama ... gotta make sure he's had a nap, cuz' 4 yrs ago he had a major tantrum at the poll."

    "Good to take your children to the polls w you ... teaches them early about the process & their right to exercise their vote.Thx."

    "I have a son w special needs. If Mitt Romney becomes president, it scares me what kind of slashing he will do to gov't programs that help."
    Source #1: Twitter
    Source #2: Twitter
    Source #3: Twitter
    Source #4: Twitter

  • Spike Lee 16 of 25
    Spike Lee
    "Folks,Do Not Fall For Election Day Skullduggery.No Matter How Long The Lines Or Whatever Other Okey Doke Exercise Your Right To VOTE.VOTE#1."
    Source: Twitter
  • Ron Howard 17 of 25
    Ron Howard
    "Many thanks too ALL you voters who have endured long lines and hassles to vote and employers who make voting easy Pls Vote"
    Source: Twitter
  • Sean Combs 18 of 25
    Sean Combs
    "You know what I wished for on my Bday? That on tue we all did the smart thing and VOTE for Obama #VoteOrDie! Everyone! VOTE! Let's go! RT!!"
    Source: Twitter
  • Solange Knowles 19 of 25
    Solange Knowles
    "I voted for @BarackObama Everyone, Everywhere...get out there and #Vote"
    Source: Twitter
  • Maria Shriver 20 of 25
    Maria Shriver
    "Seeing people lining up to vote early is so impressive. Even though nation appears to be divided we are taking our right to vote seriously."
    Source: Twitter
  • Roseanne Barr 21 of 25
    Roseanne Barr
    Roseanne Barr is running for President! She said on Twitter, "If you haven't decided to Vote Decide to VOTE for ME NOW!!"
    Source: Twitter
  • Candace Cameron Bure 22 of 25
    Candace Cameron Bure
    "I'm SO excited to VOTE tomorrow! Lets get America back on track @MittRomney"
    Source: Twitter
  • Lebron James 23 of 25
    Lebron James
    "The President got more work to do, make sure you get out and vote tomorrow"
    Source: Twitter
  • Charlie Sheen 24 of 25
    Charlie Sheen
    "CA VOTERS you have a right to know what you're eating! Whether you support the use of GMO's or not... YOU deserve to KNOW YES on prop 37 RT"
    Source: Twitter
  • Farrah Abraham 25 of 25
    Farrah Abraham
    Teen Mom Farrah Abraham wrote, "Tt looks like I have to post a YouTube video to explain my voting choice, so sad the world is that confused #Vote #Romney =WorldPeace!"
    Source: Twitter
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