We’ve got less than 24 hours to go until Election Day but the campaigns are showing no sign of slowing down.
Helping them along this last hurdle is a number of famous faces, who are doing everything from making phone calls, knocking on doors and even delivering pizza to volunteers in the final hours before the country gets out to vote.
Lena Dunham has traveled to Colorado and North Carolina to talk about the importance of voting for Hillary Clinton.
She even made a few new friends along the way.
Ferrera met a few supporters, like this woman — also named America!
Tamblyn talked to a woman who was born in 1920: The year women were granted the right to vote. She was pretty excited to vote for the first female president.
LeBron James spoke with Clinton at a Cleveland rally, but he’s been getting out the vote for her all over Ohio, too — including at a Halloween party!
Tony Goldwyn may play the president on Scandal, but he’s working hard to elect Clinton off-screen. He stumped in Michigan with co-star Katie Lowes and actor Adam Shapiro.
The two Scandal stars took a break on the trail in Michigan — and later on, delivered pizzas to volunteers!
A few lucky voters got calls from Kate Walsh over the weekend. She did a round of phone banking with Michaela Watkins in Colorado.
It was back to school for Matt McGorry, who spent the weekend talking to students at Penn State University.
Shonda Rhimes, was doing the same thing: She spoke at Temple University for Clinton.
Billy Bush got the vote out at home.
Tyler Oakley went to talk to some students out west at University of Nevada, Las Vegas. As he says, you can “feeeeeeel the energy and excitement.”
Glee star Kevin McHale took an epic supporter selfie while getting out the vote in Nevada.
Just like her dad, Ivanka is hopping from state to state. Before Michigan, she was in Pennsylvania.
Katy Perry also made an appearance in Pennsylvania — with quite the impressive collection of campaign gear, including a cape reading “I’m with Madam President.”
So if you live in a swing state, don’t hang up the phone or walk past those campaign volunteers too fast — you may have a chance to meet a celebrity!