Liev Schreiber took an opportunity to teach the boys he had with ex Naomi Watts about patriotic duty on Tuesday.
Though they can't vote for at least another decade, the 49-year-old actor loaded Alexander Pete, aged nine, and Samuel Kai, aged seven, onto his bike and made his way to a voting booth in downtown Manhattan.
Later on, the adorable trio was seen riding through Manhattan and the Ray Donovan star was sporting an 'I Voted' badge on his lapel.
Watts, who was born in the UK and grew up in Australia, was not seen.
She has been shooting Gypsy in NYC with Billy Crudup,
The San Francisco native wore a cream-colored button-down cardigan with a dark blue blazer to shield from the NYC chill.
His sons were both bundled up and protected by sturdy-looking black helmets.
The front of the bike carried an unassuming wooden box instead of a traditional basket.
Schreiber's youngest, Samuel, looked bored as he inspected his fingernails and clutched onto a cellphone.
An eyewitness spotted the father of two with his boys at the voting booth - waiting in line patiently, just like everyone else.