Tyler Perry was forced to fly back to Georgia in order to vote in the pivotal runoff elections for both of the state's U.S. Senate seats. 

Perry got some key voting guidance from Stacey Abrams on Twitter and eventually shared a video showing himself with the Georgia voting sticker on his chest. 

It started on January 4, when Perry took to Twitter to question why his mail-in ballot had not been delivered to his home yet. 

There were hundreds of people in the comments saying they were experiencing the same issues, complaining that their ballots were never mailed to them either. 

Eventually, Abrams, who is being heralded for her pivotal work in helping to turn Georgia blue, responded to Perry.

Perry said he gave up on hoping his mail-in ballot would arrive and decided to fly back to Georgia. 

The former Georgia gubernatorial candidate thanked him for the extra effort.

The Madea producer then sent out a video after voting, confirming that he did indeed fly all the way home to vote. 

"My absentee ballot never came so i just left voting in person. get out and vote, get out and vote, get out and vote," Perry said. 

As Blavity previously reported, there has been significant, sustained criticism against the Trump administration for their decision to cut funding for the U.S. Postal Service right before an election season that would rely heavily on mail-in voting because of the coronavirus pandemic.

President Donald Trump openly pushed his officials to disrupt the postal service specifically to make sure mail-in ballots came in late or never came in at all.

Ironically, after taking public, overt steps to disrupt the election, Trump is now complaining incessantly that the election disruptions that he asked for cost him his reelection.