Mariska Hargitay and Offset spent time on Tuesday making sure that people waiting in line to vote didn’t go hungry. 

“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” actress Hargitay handed out cookies to voters waiting to cast their ballots in the 2020 presidential election in New York City. 

NBC News reporter Gilma Avalos shared a video of the TV star’s generous act on Twitter.

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“Who said voting’s not fun?” said the actress in the clip. “Thank you for voting.”

“Voters have about a 2hr wait. PS I got a blueberry & cream cookie. Thanks, @Mariska !” Avalos captioned the video. 

Meanwhile, Offset handed out out veggie burgers to voters in Atlanta. 

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The Migos rapper teamed up with the Slutty Vegan and The Lincoln Project to deliver sandwiches to several polling stations throughout the city. 

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Last week, actor Paul Rudd handed out baked goods to early voters who turned out in Brooklyn to cast their ballots in the pouring rain.