October 15, 2012 6:01 AM | By Colleen Last
Celebrities endorsing Barack Obama and Mitt Romney for President

Stars are taking sides ahead of the US election



Katy Perry, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney and Lindsay Lohan (© Rex Features, Getty Images, Reuters)
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Ahead of the US election on Nov. 6, Hollywood celebrities are using their substantial star power to influence their fans and undecided voters, and to raise millions for their preferred candidate. Even Honey Boo Boo herself weighed in this week on Jimmy Kimmel Live! about her choice for president (Obama) and she can't even vote!

Of course, most high-profile stars are Democrats and therefore Barack Obama supporters, but there are a significant number of A-listers who want to see Mitt Romney in the White House as the next President of the United States.

See where your favourite stars lie in our photo gallery...

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Oct 16, 2012 2:17PM
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I'm Canadian & live in Canada,however I just love Mr Barack Obama,as I'm sure other Canadians do. I love the fact that highly intelligent people support Mr. President Barack Obama. When the US is facing adversities,it trickles down hill into Canada. The  bandage approach doesn't cure the problem and this is why I respect Mr. President  Barack Obama, he's working on the solution.
We all have our opinions and thoughts, however being verbally nasty is not a positive thought in motion. God Bless U and your beautiful family Mr. President Barack Obama.
Oct 16, 2012 1:24PM
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OMG!  Did you notice that the republican supporters are strange, foolish or just plain stupid?
Oct 16, 2012 3:51PM
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I do like Mr. Obama...however it doesn't matter who wins the U.S. election as the Americans don't give a rat's a$$ about Canada (obviously I am Canadian).

 

By the way, it is spelled "Tinseltown", not "Tinsletown".

 

 

Oct 16, 2012 5:04PM
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I'm Canadian so I know my opinion doesn't matter, but if I could I would vote for Obama.
Oct 16, 2012 5:11PM
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Lindsey Lohan for Romney ...... now that just figures, doesn't it?!
Oct 16, 2012 3:52PM
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I can't believe the stupidity of so many people!...the Republicrats are a puppet organization that only gives 2 candidates on every election.  Both Mitt & Barack are puppets!...there is no real choice but an illusion of choice.  Until people wake up we will always get **** on by these criminals.  They say what people want to hear to get elected, then they do what their masters agenda is when in office.  The whole thing is big joke on the populace.
Oct 16, 2012 9:14PM
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How can some people criticize Bush, who brought their country down to it's knees, then turn around and support Romney? Honestly...
Oct 16, 2012 3:00PM
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I agree with my fellow Canadian that I support Barack Obama as President! One day I hope to meet the man and shake his hand
Oct 16, 2012 7:41PM
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Except for Voight and Eastwood, there seems to be exclusively idiot support for Romney.  And I am a little suspicious of the "it doesn't matter who wins" sentiment.  Of course it matters.  Obama/Biden should continue on and actually follow through for a more aggressive second term.   
Oct 16, 2012 6:31PM
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Doesn't matter who wins Democrats or the Republicans. The major problems are not going to be solved and will likely get worse. This is just the presidential reality show pick your freak brought to you by FOX, CNN, ABC, and etc etc.. Vote third party or don't vote at all for the lesser of two evils.

Oct 16, 2012 4:00PM
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I LIKE BARACK AND RESPECT HIS OPINIONS BUT RIGHT NOW THE US IS IN A VERY BIG RECCESSION, BIG BUSINES AND MONEY MEN DONT WANT TO FUND HIS SOCIAL REFORM AGENDA , THEY CAN TAKE THERE MONEY AND  EXPERTS TO ANOTHER COUNTRY LIKE CHINA OR INDIA, BUILD THERE GOODS AND SELL IT BACK INTO THE US MARKET, THIS MAKES AMERICAN MIDDLE CLASS DISAPPEAR BECAUSE THERE ARE NO JOBS, NOW NO ONE TO PUSH FOR SOCIAL REFORM, THE RICH GET RICHER AND THE POOR GET POORER. THEY NEED ANOTHER REAGAN, PROMOTE US MADE GOODS, PUT RESTRICTIONS ON GOODS MANUFACTURED IN OTHER  PARTS FOR US MARKET, STOP WARRING WITH OTHER NATIONS AND PUT AMERICANS BACK TO WORK, THERE HAPPIER, THERE DEFICITS WILL COME DOWN AND THE MIDDLE CLASS CAN FUND SOCIAL REFORM AND HIGHER EDUCATION

Oct 16, 2012 2:16PM
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Other than Stacey Dash, Republican supporters in this slide show are all older white men...
Oct 16, 2012 6:22PM
Oct 17, 2012 9:41PM
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well, thanks for the replies to my comments, debate is good for democracy,  usa needs a strong leader and both candidates are really good men,  being canadian i hope for a turn around in th us, it always spills over the border, this continent needs to take on the leadership role because god only knows what europe has got themselves into. 

Oct 16, 2012 6:15PM
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adam sandler is not bruce springsteen


Oct 17, 2012 5:27PM
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They all lie about their platforms just to get your vote anyway. It's called a hidden agenda, and it's not likely you'll come across a government that doesn't have one. "Make your vote count! Be heard!" What a bunch of sh *t.
Oct 16, 2012 7:30PM
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is it just a coincidence that all the people chosen to be displayed on this issue supporting Republican are the idiots we are talking about in the world these days? (compare to the Obama supporters)

I am Canadian and support Obama! This survey does nothing to support Romney....

Oct 24, 2012 2:37PM
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I too am Canadian and I would vote for Romney.  We have a lot of career politicians in Canada and Mr Obama is more of the same... Think about it -- the government cannot give anything to one person without taking it from someone else... bigger in this case is not better  -  they should focus on helping people help themselves.
Oct 16, 2012 10:37PM
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Anyone who supports killing unborn babies is scary!  Obama supports this activity from the beginning to the end of a pregnancy; if this Great nation cannot protect the most vulnerable of people, then who can it protect?

 

Vote for a LEADER, not a politician!!   LEADERS do the Right thing, and risk popularity.  It takes courage and truth to be a LEADER.

 

If this wealthy nation keeps up the business of KILLING its future citizens,  Economic policies will not mean anything.   YOU NEED PEOPLE TO HAVE an ECONOMY!!!

 

Vote with WISDOM !!!

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