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Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump shakes hands with Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at the conclusion of their first presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, U.S., September 26, 2016. Reuters/Mike Segar

Hollywood has not been silent during the US presidential elections. There have been numerous videos, tweets and appearances from all corners of Hollywood as actors, musicians and personalities let the world know what they stand for.

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Hollywood’s Republicans

Kristin Chenoweth


Cooking on @abcthechew today... Gulp. Wish me luck and tune in at 1pm ET / 12pm CT / 12pm PT on @abcnetwork! _

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Chenoweth, whose career spans television and movie screens as well as the Broadway stage, has admitted to being a Christian Republican and has voted with the red party time and time again. However, the actress is a little less conservative as she still supports gay marriage.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

In the 2000 election season, Johnson opted to support George W. Bush, even publicly endorsing the politician. He has also attended various Republican National Conventions.

LL Cool J


Remember to eat your broccoli. ____

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LL Cool J previously voiced out his support and admiration for current US president Barack Obama. But in an appearance on CNN with Piers Morgan, the rapper said the public should not “assume” his political views on those statements. Furthermore, the 48-year-old musician has publicly endorsed Republican candidates before, including John McCain and George Pataki.

Sylvester Stallone


At the Los Angeles dodgers foundation blue diamond gala.  Fleetwood Mac play that night

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Though Stallone is not the most vocal about his political views, he does show it a great deal. The “Rocky” actor has provided both public and financial support to Republican ventures all around the country. He also attended Bush’s 2001 inauguration.

Adam Sandler


Dorian, you're famous at Happy Madison! #dstrong

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Breaking the mould even in the political sphere, Sandler is an admitted Jewish Republican. In 2008, the actor made this known by providing support to the GOP by making a contribution to Rudy Giuliani's presidential campaign.

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Hollywood’s Democrats

Kiefer Sutherland


keep an eye on for the most up to date tour dates. _Beth Elliot

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The “A Few Good Men” actor has provided financial support to the blue party, particularly to the National Democratic Convention. He also endorsed Obama in in the 2012 US elections.

Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman at the 2013 Vanity Fair Oscars Party in West Hollywood, California February 24, 2013
Natalie Portman at the 2013 Vanity Fair Oscars Party in West Hollywood, California February 24, 2013 Reuters/Danny Moloshok

Like majority of Hollywood’s actors, Portman is a Democrat. In the last US presidential elections, the 35-year-old actress initially supported Hillary Clinton, but continued to support her political party as Obama continued on the track to presidency.

Tom Hanks


Fake turf or not, I'm full Bosom Buds if coach Ellis needs me. No yellow cards!  Hanx

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Hanks has been a supporter of Obama since his 2008 bid for a seat in the White House. In an interview with CNN, the “Sully” actor confirmed that he would vote for the incumbent president again.

Ben Affleck


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Though not as vocal as other Hollywood Democrats, Affleck has shown his support for the blue party repeatedly. In 2000, he supported Clinton’s senatorial campaign and endorsed Obama in 2008.

Scarlett Johansson

The “Avengers” star has not stayed in the dark about her political views. She appeared in a video with various co-stars and Hollywood actors to urge Americans to vote. In 2008, she very publicly supported Obama and John Kerry.