People are bringing their pups to the polls on Election Day and the dogs are having a blast

Rav Papa the Pomeranian goes to the polls.

Rav Papa the Pomeranian goes to the polls.
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  • People are bringing their dogs to polling places while voting in the 2018 midterm elections.
  • The dogs are living their best lives.
  • Here are photos of dogs getting excited about democracy.

Voting is a right reserved for humans, but dogs can still get in on the fun.

As polls opened for the 2018 midterm elections, people began bringing their dogs along with them to vote.

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The patriotic pups are getting excited about democracy.

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They look especially cute sporting “I voted” stickers.

Some dogs are even getting in on the “Me voting in 2016 vs. me voting in 2018” meme.

Dogs make great companions while waiting in line to vote.

Service dogs are also welcome at the polls.

Former President George H. W. Bush was accompanied by his service dog Sully to cast his vote.

As if fulfilling your civic duty on Election Day wasn’t exciting enough.

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