With Election Day 2018 upon us, LGBTQ athletes have not been shy about sharing their political perspectives in recent weeks and months. Their united message this week is pretty clear: Vote.

Early projections are that voter turnout for this non-Presidential election year could be at or near historic levels. Already early voting numbers for young people age 18 to 29 are way ahead of where they were four years ago, in some states already 400% of the early 2014 voter turnout.

These LGBTQ athletes have not been shy about sharing their encouragement of their followers to get out and vote on Tuesday. And many of them also haven’t been shy about sharing their perspectives of exactly who and what gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans and queer voters should be voting for.

WNBA star Sue Bird is, as we all knew, simply divine in this pro-vote election skit:

Skier Gus Kenworthy has a voting litmus test:

WNBA star Layshia Clarendon:

Figure skater Adam Rippon:

Soccer star Abby Wambach:

Tennis legend Billie Jean King:

Former MLS player Robbie Rogers:

Former NBA player John Amaechi:

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