Election 2012: Celebrities Cast Their Vote at the Polls (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

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It's Election Day in America -- and Hollywood is flocking to the polls.

Indeed, everyone from Zooey Deschanel, to Mariah Carey and Sarah Jessica Parker got up early Tuesday morning to exercise their right to vote, and cameras were able to capture each moment as it happened.

Some celebrities, like Hunger Games star Lenny Kravitz and Community actress Gillian Jacobs, took it one step further Tuesday by showing off their "I Voted Today" stickers on Twitter, all to encourage fans to get outside and cast a ballot.

Who else was spotted at their local polling station?

Scroll down for Celebuzz's complete election coverage, and watch the video above to see which celebs have political clout.

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