Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner vote together on 2016 presidential election day
Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are still in good terms being an ex-couple. They are labeled as one of the friendliest ex-lovers in the Hollywood.
The two were seen voting and casting their ballot together in Brentwood, California, on Tuesday for the 2016 presidential election.
Affleck brandished a trimmed beard with jeans and a checkered polo. Garner, on the other hand, decided a simple outfit, black sweatshirt, leggings, and sneakers. Together, they departed from the polling station with an "I voted" stickers.
Garner certainly voted for Hillary Clinton. According to ETNews, she campaigned for the Democrat candidate last month, taking new voters to register in Reno, Nevada.
"Everyone who's gonna vote for Hillary, 'Yay, Hillary!'" Garner said at the event as she was taken a photo with the crowd.
Aside from the ex-couple, some personalities like Taylor Swift, Anne Hathaway, Lady Gaga, and Chance the Rapper had also the moment to inspire their fans to vote.
Affleck and Garner made a declaration to undergo divorce, in June 2015. They were married for 10 years with three kids. However, they stay harmonious and balanced in co-parenting their children.
"We are definitely a modern family," Garner told Natalie Morales while promoting her latest movie Nine Lives in August, as per People.
"We're doing really well." Moreover, she told that her family's spirit is "children first." Spending quality time with the kids is much valued. It must be done; she emphasized "You don't have a choice."
The two were spotted having dinner together, alone at The Hungry Cat in Santa Monica last September, People reported.
Garner added that "parenting is about time,' explaining that "you can't buy parenting" and that "no matter what, you have to actually get down on the floor and spend some time together."
They've spent occasions together, even went on a month-long excursion to Europe last summer. Both are just fair doing things, giving enough time for their family.