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Dwyane Wade and More Athletes from Around the Sports World Vote on Election Day

Joseph Zucker@@JosephZuckerFeatured ColumnistNovember 7, 2018

CHARLOTTE, NC - OCTOBER 30:  Dwayne Wade #3 of the Miami Heat reacts against the Charlotte Hornets during their game at Spectrum Center on October 30, 2018 in Charlotte, North Carolina. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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Tuesday is voting day across the United States, and a number of stars from the sports world have made it known they performed their civic duty.

ESPN's Malika Andrews reported Monday the NBA made a concerted effort to emphasize the voting process and helped set up voting registration tables at the Las Vegas Summer League as well as the rookie transition program.

Dwyane Wade and Chris Paul headlined the NBA players who took to the polls Tuesday.

DWade @DwyaneWade

There’s too much at stake in this election to sit it out — that’s why I’m proudly supporting Mayor Andrew Gillum for Governor. Make change happen. Go vote TODAY. #VoteItForward #Florida https://t.co/LoEVVLiY1w

Chris Paul @CP3

VOTE✅ #WhenWeAllVote https://t.co/sCjnB7okAK

Jaren Jackson Jr. @jarenjacksonjr

..oh yeah MAKE SURE YALL GO VOTE‼️‼️✌🏾use ur voice

Tobias Harris @tobias31

#IVoted https://t.co/wwRyLJ0n5T

Milwaukee Bucks @Bucks

🗳 Get out today and VOTE!! https://t.co/dsUsINb3eH

Dallas Mavericks @dallasmavs

Voted. ✅ @hbarnes https://t.co/PoAiekkHb7

Rock the Vote partnered with the Women's National Basketball Players Association to convey the importance of voting, and Renee Montgomery, Gabby Williams and Alysha Clark helped rally WNBA fans for Election Day.

Rock the Vote @RockTheVote

We love @theWNBPA and everything they have done this year to encourage others to vote tomorrow.🗳 That's why we teamed up with these elite players to make their voices heard for the midterms! #AthletesRockTheVote Find your polling location,get ahead: https://t.co/1liBqHHZug https://t.co/piTcGNE5Xy

WNBA @WNBA

There's still time left on #ElectionDay. Go out, vote and make your voice heard. If you need more info, check out https://t.co/UJPG1TInMt https://t.co/TeAjnA8fZt

Renee Montgomery @Da20one

Today is the day!! Go vote https://t.co/UVSs13zLPc

gabby williams @gabbywilliams15

What are you waiting for? #ElectionDay is tomorrow! Make sure you pledge to vote at https://t.co/nLZbyvXUGz and tune in at 6pm PT tonight!  #WhenWeAllVote #TelethonForAmerica

Alysha Clark @Alysha_Clark

Get out and vote!! Take a friend, your date, family...make it a party to go to the polls and make your voice heard!! #GoVote #MakeAChange #YourVoteMatters 🗳 https://t.co/kpB0DhABCc

Elizabeth Williams @E_Williams_1

I hope this is how everyone looks at their ballots in the voting booths today #mood #powertothepolls #rockthevote #vote #electionday https://t.co/5k4hMN2eIz

As polls opened Tuesday morning, the NFL Players Association reminded football fans to "get out and vote."

Terrell Suggs, Darrelle Revis and Randall Cobb were among those to echo that call during and even before election day.

T.S STARK @untouchablejay4

It’s gonna take more than a little rain to stop us today. The Country Belongs to its PEOPLE! #WeVoted #stirthepot @ Baltimore Ravens https://t.co/d1eF5Ecd9a

Darrelle Revis @Revis24

Get out and VOTE. #ElectionDay #GoVote #VoteToday #BeAVoter #Election2018 https://t.co/MP2oUEWnjv

Randall Cobb @rcobb18

VOTE VOTE VOTE!! Just a reminder for all Wisconsin residences- if you haven’t registered you can still do so! https://t.co/NIp2MTL90q

cameron jordan @camjordan94

Upset my mail in ballot ain get in, n sorta upset I ain got in las night to Phx to vote.... y’all in the 480 handle box today #govote 🙏🏽

The theme carried over to the world of baseball as well.

Marcus Stroman @MStrooo6

I voted. Did you? https://t.co/xpKmaWVtwN

Trevor Williams @MeLlamoTrevor

I voted today. You should, too. But plz don’t write me in for anything. I’m not qualified nor have I thought of my campaign slogan yet. I’m thinking “Mandatory Taco Tuesday” #Williams2028 https://t.co/6TmAAHbdxj

Rajai Davis @rajai11davis

A lot of important things today #Election2018 #birthdaywife #parent-conference and I can’t forget one or else?

Aaron Altherr @AAltherr

Make sure you get out and vote!! #VoteToday https://t.co/aBTdB9fKLa

Polls closed at 6 p.m. ET in Indiana and Kentucky, with voting concluding at 1 a.m. ET in parts of Alaska, according to the New York Times' Astead W. Herndon and Jugal K. Patel.

That leaves some time for sports fans—especially those on the West Coast—to get to their local polling stations before it's too late.

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