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 IWillVote.com/PA 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.