Is Donald Trump peeking?
The Republican presidential nominee voted with wife Melania Trump in New York on Tuesday, where CNN viewers took note of one particular moment where the 70-year-old candidate seemed to peer over at her ballot.
When you trust your wife to vote for you, but not really. pic.twitter.com/tLprW7iXI3— Master of None (@Gabbienain) November 8, 2016
Very quickly, Twitter ran wild with the screengrab, sharing it with a variety of different captions.
"Trump would definitely spend his first 100 days in office going through Melania's phone," one user wrote.
Trump would definitely spend his first 100 days in office going through Melania's phone. pic.twitter.com/nlxY4huyCS— Dan Wilbur (@DanWilbur) November 8, 2016
"When you know you got the right answer but you just checking your friend's test to make sure," captioned another.
"Damn. She really is voting for McMullin." pic.twitter.com/kfwh1eHhVB— Nicholas Thompson (@nxthompson) November 8, 2016
Another photo that also was shared around shows Trump's son, Eric, at the polls, seeming to look over at his wife's ballot as well.
"Like father, like son," one person joked.
Like father, like son pic.twitter.com/dqnoEZF4xf— Nathan McDermott (@natemcdermott) November 8, 2016
Eric also found himself in a little hot water when he tweeted out -- then deleted -- a photo of his ballot, which is illegal in New York.
eric trump deleted his violation of new york state law, so here it is for posterity pic.twitter.com/Y0ss1Ew5Wc— noah kulwin (@nkulw) November 8, 2016
Hillary and Bill Clinton also took to the polls together in New York, though they seemed more intently focused on their own ballots.
And Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine turned up at his polling place, sharing this photo with the sweet caption, "I wanted to be first at my polling place, but 99-year-old Minerva Turpin beat me to it. Looks like I need to get used to being number two!"
I wanted to be first at my polling place, but 99-year-old Minerva Turpin beat me to it. Looks like I need to get used to being number two! pic.twitter.com/9YvWOjuKUe— Senator Tim Kaine (@timkaine) November 8, 2016
Chelsea Clinton and Ivanka Trump also turned up to support their respective parents. Hillary's daughter shared a selfie of her "Make Herstory" shirt, writing, "One of the greatest honors of my life was voting for you today mom. As always, I'm beyond proud of you."
One of the greatest honors of my life was voting for you today mom. As always, I'm beyond proud of you pic.twitter.com/d4azrAry0U— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) November 8, 2016
And Ivanka posted to Instagram, "Such a surreal moment to vote for my father for President of the United States. 🇺🇸 #ElectionDay #MAGA #Voted."
Meanwhile, it wasn't just the candidates and their families showing up to the polls!
Watch the video below to see what celebrities voted on Election Day.