All throughout this campaign, we’ve watched day in and day out as Hillary Clinton has sported one pantsuit after another. Red. Blue. Beige. And the famous white one she wore to the Democratic National Convention, designed by Ralph Lauren.

Now, on Election Day, Hillary followers have slavishly decided to dress like her — because they’re With Her.

Beyoncé wore a pantsuit for her Clinton rally with husband Jay Z.

Flowery ones, black ones, baggy ones, tight ones. Scroll through Twitter and Instagram and you’ll find dozens. Hundreds, maybe.

“So many women are voting in pantsuits today, one polling place was just officially declared an Ann Taylor Loft,” tweeted the “Late Night with Seth Meyers” show.

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Flash mobs have popped up, too. One incorporated more than 170 dancers in New York City.

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Part of the pantsuit proliferation is thanks to Pantsuit Nation, a Facebook group that popped up about three weeks ago in honor of Clinton and with the goal of providing a “safe space” for her fans to gush about Hillary. The group has exploded with social media posts in the days leading up to Election Day.

“They’re coming in at about 1,000 every few minutes,” Libby Chamberlain, the founder, told The New York Times. “We have over 20,000 posts that are waiting to be approved. It’s intense.”

Chamberlain, the mother of two young children, lives in Maine and formed the group to celebrate Clinton. More than 2.5 million people have joined the group and have reported donating more than $216,000 through the Pantsuit Nation fundraising drive, reported The Times.

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Another responsible person is Nina McLemore, a designer who has been working with Clinton through her stint as secretary of state to her long campaign to the presidency. That bold turquoise jacket she wore to meet the South Korean president Lee Myung-Bak? McLemore was behind it, The Telegraph reported in July. Same with the bright fuchsia jackets that Clinton has chosen. McLemore thinks color is good (as opposed to black suits), and she is particularly in favor of the Chairman Mao collar that Clinton loves.

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Stars have jumped on board, of course. Beyoncé wore a pantsuit for her Clinton rally with husband Jay Z. Solidarity.

Don’t expect Clinton to change her style any time soon. She has almost exclusively worn pants since 1978, when she was appointed the first female chair of the Legal Services Corporation.

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Before the first presidential debate on Sept. 26, people were pondering the pantsuit problem so seriously it was among the top five trending questions of the night.

Image expert Richard Levick told US Weekly at the time that it was all about Clinton wanting to promote substance over style. The look has become such a part of her signature look, he added, that “if Hillary wore a dress tonight, it would be as radical and shocking as anything that she could say tonight. It would make all the headlines.”