Several American celebrities have taken a few moments to weigh in on the presidential race, from getting involved in campaigns to giving an endorsement in 140 characters or less.
In the days leading up to the election, the Twittersphere sounded off with celebrities getting political.
"Make sure you all vote 2morrow!! @BarackObama @MichelleObama," rapper Snoop Dogg tweeted.
Mia Farrow, Mary J. Blige and Eva Longoria also tweeted their support for the president.
Longoria of TV Desperate Housewives, has an "I voted" banner from Team Obama on her Twitter profile picture, then urged her 4.6 million followers to vote as well.
She also took part in a Vote for Barack Obama ad, featuring Kerry Washingon and Scarlett Johannson. ( http://youtu.be/5ODbn5GTkOQ )
Rapper Jay-Z and rocker Bruce Springsteen joined Obama in his final day of campaigning on Monday, and other stars including Mia Farrow and Julianne Moore, and singer Mary J Blige also called on their fans to vote for Obama on Twitter on Monday.
Jay-Z's wife, Beyonce, also supports Barack Obama, having sung at his inauguration in 2008.
She also partnered with Michelle Obama to help battle child hood obesity.
Leonardo DiCaprio, actor and environmental activist has donated thousands to Obama's campaign.
But while Hollywood A-listers may be seen as a largely liberal group, many celebs have vocalized their support for Romney and the Republican Party.
Even though his daughter, Angelina Jolie, supports the president, actor Jon Voight has consistently advocated Romney on cable new networks.
The actress most famous for her role in Sabrina the Teenage Witch warned her Twitter followers that she may get political and lose some fans before tweeting, "Can't get too political in only 140 chac but for those asking, I'm voting #RomneyRyan.
Clueless star Stacey Dash also proudly tweeted her endorsement for Romney, and was even at the center of a media storm after fans angry followers berated her for choice.
But Dash has remained consistent, tweeting, "What a wonderful present it will be to have you Inaugurated as The President Of The USA on my birthday 1/20/2013! God Speed! @MittRomney,."
Rocker Kid Rock has also lent his celebrity influence to the Republican Party, opening up for many of Gov. Mitt Romney's voter rallies.
To check out the Huffington Post's collection of presidential endorsements from celebrities, click here: http://wfts.tv/RPJfkz