From volunteer efforts to selfies, these business leaders have found creative and on-brand ways to weigh in on this momentous day.
On Election Day, the number-one way you can make a difference is to cast your ballot. But many admired business leaders understand that their duty doesn’t end once they step away from the voting booth.
You may be working, trying to work while cable news plays in the background or hiding under the covers waiting for it all to end. However you’re spending the day, take a few moments to get inspired by these entrepreneurs using their social media followings and influence to encourage others to take action.
The actor-producer-restaurateur took the opportunity to remind Americans of their country’s collective entrepreneurial spirit and the fact that the people are the ones in charge.
He also tweeted that there’s a chance he may run for president the next time around.
After facing bullying and ethnic slurs as a child, Galán has devoted her career to advocating for multicultural women. Today is no exception.
The AOL co-founder has been an ardent supporter of Hillary Clinton. Today, he retweeted this viral photo of Donald Trump peeking over his voting booth as Trump’s wife, Melania, voted beside him.
The Honest Company founder tweeted a Snapchat screenshot of herself telling her followers to choose love.
The Virgin Group founder has been extremely vocal today — despite the fact that he’s a citizen of the United Kingdom!
Buffett is leading the Drive 2 Vote campaign, which recruited, vetted and trained more than 100 drivers, registered and educated voters about voting protocols and directed them to their polling places. The billionaire even rented a trolley to transport voters to the polls in his hometown, Omaha.
Potpreneur Tommy Chong proudly sported an “I Vote for Marijuana” shirt on Instagram in support of medicinal and recreational marijuana ballot measures in nine states.
Kloss, who is the founder of girls coding summer camp Kode With Klossy, took women’s empowerment to a new level by tweeting a photo of herself with her ballot, accompanied by the hashtag #ImWithHer.