Actor Will Ferrell was out recruiting volunteers in Georgia on Friday to campaign for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.

The Hollywood funnyman was seen in a video posted to Abrams' Facebook page handing out campaign stickers and signing up door-knocking volunteers at Kennesaw State University.

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Crowds of students formed around the actor as he recruited volunteers.

Ferrell, 51, was also seen in a photo "putting in work," knocking on doors to encourage residents to vote for Abrams.

Abrams is challenging Republican Brian Kemp to replace Nathan Deal as the state's governor.

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