The MLB All-Star ballot closes July 5, and while retweets and likes aren’t the same as a vote, the creativity behind various teams’ social media campaigns on Twitter are Washington, D.C.-worthy. Playing into the election theme, clever slogans have turned into hashtags, and home run highlights are set to the tune of patriotic music with promises to represent the common fan. Vote early and vote often.

“There’s no shortage of creativity, and that’s something we get really excited about this time of year,” said Barbara McHugh, MLB vice president of marketing. “Shifting [voting] over to online only has created a lot of opportunities around the impact social media can have.”

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