Paul Rudd gives free cookies to New York voters waiting in the rain

Paul Rudd: What you need to know

NEW YORK — Voters waiting to cast their ballots early in New York’s Brooklyn borough got a sweet reward for doing their civic duty on a rainy Thursday.

According to BuzzFeed and the Kansas City Star, actor Paul Rudd greeted voters lined up outside Barclay’s Center and gave them cookies from the bakery chain Milk Bar.

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“I want to say thank you for coming out and voting and for doing your part,” Rudd, 51, tells a voter in a video tweeted by Guster drummer Brian Rosenworcel, the Star reported.

The “Ant-Man” star, who donned gloves and a white face mask, snapped some selfies with fans, as well.

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