Celebrities want you to register to vote

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Are you registered to vote? If not, some celebrities have a message for you on National Voter Registration Day: Do it, now.

From Stephen Colbert to the Black Keys, they’re taking to social media urging America to register to vote, so they can exercise their right ot vote on Nov. 4.

Registration drives are being held across the country today, and along with celebrities, Cook County Clerk David Orr wants you to get in on the action as well.

Stephen Colbert makes his point like only Stephen Colbert could:

The Black Keys went with a more basic plea:

The Voter Participation Center also put out a PSA aimed at women:

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