The Instagram Election: Top 8 Business Leaders Who Posted About Voting
Election Day has everyone you know posting on social media. Here is a slideshow of our top Instagram posts from business leaders like Mark Cuban and Arianna Huffington.
Owner of the Dallas Mavericks
Entreprenuer and Dallas Mavericks owner, Mark Cuban, has been a vocal Hillary Clinton supporter and gives us a snapshot of his voting line.
Reddit Co-founder, Alexis Ohanian, reminds voters that they cannot be turned away at the polls if they are on line to vote.
Huffington Post founder
Founder of the Huffington Post, Arianna Huffington, utilizes a Ralph Waldo Emerson quote to emphasize the importance of exercising your right to vote.
CEO of FUBU
CEO of FUBU, Daymond John, uses his Instagram as a soapbox on Election Day. He asked his followers how anyone can vote for Donald Trump.
Co-founder of Foursquare
Co-founder of Foursquare, Dennis Crowley, notified his followers a while ago as to which candidate he was going to check on the ballot.
Founder and CEO of Threadless.com
Founder and CEO of Threadless.com, Jake Nickell, is not shy about who he voted for today.
Co-founder of Jimmy Choo
Co-founder of Jimmy Choo, Tamara Mellon, doesn't reveal who she is voting for but she does encourage her followers to go vote.
CEO of Instagram, Kevin Systrom, stays neutral but admits that he is watching the polls closely with a new friend.