Arnold Schwarzenegger is in Atlanta filming the movie "Ten," and took time to urge everyone to cast a ballot in today's election. "Get out and vote," he tweeted with this photo. "For bonus inspiration, here is a picture of one of my proudest moments, the day I became a citizen." Born in Austria, he became a U.S. citizen in 1983 and served as California's governor as a Republican. Since arriving in Atlanta to film "Ten" he has been spotted at South City Kitchen Midtown and STK but sporting the tattoo and military-type haircut his character wears, rather than this star-spangled outfit.