Jennifer Garner is hitting the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton!
The Dallas Buyers Club star was out supporting the Democratic presidential candidate and getting new voters to register in Reno, Nevada, on Monday, and we have to say, she seemed to totally be crushing it as a community organizer!
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"Everyone who's registering to vote, wave their hands." the 44-year-old actress implored. "Everyone who's gonna vote for Hillary, 'Yay, Hillary!'"
The best part of the surprisingly sweet video from the event is when Garner gets down to business and helps a student register, who is adorably starstruck by Garner being there.
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And it looks like she had a pretty big impact, because after the event, students were gushing over Garner on social media.
One wrote, "When Jennifer Garner hugs you and you die. She's the sweetest person ever. My life is made."
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"BEST MONDAY EVER BC I MET JENNIFER GARNER," another fan shared.
And of course, there was the political activation part of it, too.
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"So Jennifer Garner helped me register to vote today ? #ImWithHer now lol," one new voter tweeted.
All in a day's work for Garner!
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In addition to registering new voters, a Clinton campaign spokesperson said that the actress will participate in a phone bank in support of her candidate, Reno's News 4 and Fox 11 report.
Meanwhile, ET caught up with Garner's estranged husband, Ben Affleck, on Monday at the Los Angeles premiere of his new movie, The Accountant, where he candidly addressed the two of them co-parenting and continuing to live on the same property after separating over a year ago.
Watch the video below to see what he said.