Bradley Cooper is making a rare social media appearance to urge Pennsylvania to vote.

In a PSA shared on the NowThis Twitter page, Cooper talks to his fellow Pennsylvanians about the importance of this upcoming U.S. Presidental Election.

“I’m very proud to be from Pennsylvania. I was born in Abington – I grew up in Montgomery County,” the Oscar-nominated actor says in the clip. “And I care a lot about PA, and that’s why I need to share this extremely important message with you PA voters. Make sure to deliver your ballot in person before 8 p.m. on Nov. 3.”

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He continued, “There is a strong chance that the ballot, if it’s delivered after 8 p.m., it will not be counted on the third. There is so much riding on this election. Human decency is riding on this election. So go to and make sure you get your ballot in before 8 p.m. on Nov. 3.”

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Leonardo DiCaprio shared his support for the new PSA, sharing his own message to followers.

“Voting in #Pennsylvania?” he wrote. “Bradley Cooper has this important message.”

The U.S. Presidental Election takes place on Nov. 3.