Every Single Celebrity Who’s Made a 2016 Presidential Endorsement

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Every Single Celebrity Who’s Made a 2016 Presidential Endorsement
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There’s no doubt about it, the presidential candidates for the 2016 election are definitely giving us something to talk about. From sounding off on social issues to making campaign promises, these candidates are garnering plenty of buzz and tons of support from some very high-profile fans. Hillary Clinton counts Lena Dunham and Katy Perry as part of her girl gang, while Donald Trump has found support in Tom Brady and Azealia Banks, of all people.

It’s nothing new that celebrities are politically involved, but this year’s presidential campaign has provided some especially fascinating sound bites and social media sound-offs. With seven months to go until the big day, here’s what 88 celebs think about this year’s presidential candidates.

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Beyoncé: Since Queen Bey thinks girls run the world, it should come as no surprise that she's supporting Hillary during this election.

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Drew Barrymore: The actress is a staunch supporter of Hillary Clinton and hosted a family-friendly fundraiser for her during the 2015 holidays.

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Abbi Jacobsen and Ilana Glazer: The hilarious "Broad City" duo loved Hillary so much, they had her guest-star on their hit show.

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Miley Cyrus: The enfant terrible of the music world threw her support behind Bernie Sanders via an Instagram post.

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Amy Schumer: The comedian endorsed Hillary Clinton with the hashtag #ImWithHer via a tweet.

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Cyndi Lauper: In a Rolling Stone interview, the singer endorsed Hillary Clinton, saying, "She can do the job."

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Anna Wintour: Wintour has been an overt supporter of Clinton since early in her campaign. She's even worked with designers including Marc Jacobs and DKNY to create Clinton campaign T-shirts.

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Salma Hayek: Hayek not only has publicly supported Hillary for president but helped to start the "Latinos for Hillary" campaign.

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Kendall Jenner: The Insta-model tweeted out a selfie of herself wearing a Marc Jacobs for Hillary shirt, along with the caption #ImWithHer.

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Susan Sarandon: Susan Sarandon is such a die-hard Bernie Sanders fan that she insinuated on MSNBC that she would rather vote for Donald Trump than Hillary Clinton.

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Snoop Dogg: The rapper gave his full support to Clinton during an episode of "Watch What Happens Live."

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Anthony Mackie: The actor told BET.com that he wants to run Donald Trump's campaign. "I would 100 percent want to run Trump's campaign. 100 percent," he said. "I mean, first that'll be the best party ever when he won, and second, Trump's an easy sell.... When you look at Trump, he's an easy sell because you can sell him as the guy who worked his way up from nothing. And I think if you're a 'pull yourself up by your bootstraps' candidate, people would identify with that."

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Jesse James: The ex–Mr. Bullock and former "Celebrity Apprentice" contestant gave Trump a formal endorsement early this year.

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Jon Voight: The celebrated actor (and Angelina Jolie's father) told Breitbart News about Trump, "He’s an answer to our problems. We need to get behind him. The Republicans need to unite behind this man. We need somebody to go in and reconstruct us in a sort of way, get us back to where we were, who we need to be."

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Tila Tequila: The reality TV starlet wrote an entire Facebook post on why her fans should support Donald Trump as a presidential candidate.

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Stephen Baldwin: One of the four Baldwin brothers (and father to Insta-model Hailey), Stephen has wholeheartedly endorsed Trump for president.

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Charlie Sheen: Charlie Sheen tweeted out that he'd be Donald Trump's VP "in a heartbeat!," leaving no doubt where his political loyalties are.

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Mike Tyson: The boxer endorsed Trump in an interview with the Huffington Post, where he said that he wanted the country to be "run like a business."

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Dennis Rodman: The former baller and media personality has counted Donald Trump a close friend for years and will be supporting him as a presidential candidate.

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Teresa Giudice: The "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star told Andy Cohen that she thinks Trump is "amazing" and that he would have her vote.

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Phil Robertson: The "Duck Dynasty" patriarch has been vocal about his support of Republican nominee Ted Cruz.

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Ted Nugent: Rocker Nugent is one of Trump's biggest supporters, calling him the "hellraiser American has needed for a long time."

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Caitlyn Jenner: It's no big secret that Caitlyn Jenner is a political conservative, but she took it to the next level when she told the Advocate that she'd love to be Ted Cruz's trans ambassador, despite the fact that he's "probably one of the worst" on trans issues.

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Tim Allen: The actor supports John Kasich so much, he even lent his voice to a commercial for the nominee.

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Aaron Carter: The former tween sensation sent out a flurry of tweets earlier this year expressing admiration for Trump.

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Sarah Palin: The former vice presidential candidate gave a formal endorsement of Donald Trump in a baffling and meandering speech.

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Kirstie Alley: The outspoken actress has defended Donald Trump on Twitter.

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Azealia Banks: As is her wont, the rapper tweeted out a controversial string of tweets that ended with the following endorsement of Trump, "I think Donald Trump is evil like America is evil and in order for America to keep up with itself, it needs him."

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Tom Brady: Boston's favorite quarterback and Mr. Bündchen has gone on record saying he "supports his good friend Donald Trump."

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Eva Longoria: The actress has been vocal about her support of Hillary Clinton and has even hit the campaign trail for her.

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Carole King: The legendary singer has been an early Clinton supporter.

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Martha Stewart: Stewart endorsed Clinton at the White House Correspondents' dinner this year.

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Eva Chen: One of fashion's biggest influencers, Chen has been vocal about her support of the Clinton campaign.

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Gloria Steinem: The feminist icon landed in hot water after she (alongside Madeleine Albright) told young women that it was their duty to support Hillary Clinton.

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Uzo Aduba: The "OITNB" actress tweeted out her support for Hillary earlier this year.

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Diane von Furstenburg: DVF is a strong supporter of Hillary Clinton and recently hosted a panel drumming up support and funds for Clinton's campaign before the New York primaries.

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Shonda Rhimes, Kerry Washington, Ellen Pompeo, Viola Davis: The high priestess of prime-time television, Shonda Rhimes and her leading ladies have been frank in their support of Hillary Clinton and even filmed a commercial to garner support for the Clinton campaign.

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George and Amal Clooney: George and Amal Clooney are big Clinton supporters, going so far as to host a $300k fundraiser for her.

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Katy Perry: The singer was an early supporter of Clinton, even hitting the campaign trail to perform in custom Hillary ensembles.

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Lena Dunham: Dunham has been a vocal supporter of Hillary Clinton from the get-go, using her media prowess to stan for the Clinton campaign.

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Demi Lovato: The singer has been strong supporter of the Clinton camp and has hit the campaign trail with Clinton.

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Pharrell: The musician told GQ that "Hillary's gonna win."

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America Ferrera: The actress has campaigned with Clinton and recently penned an article titled, "Why Hillary Clinton Thrills the Hell out of Me."

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Barbra Streisand: The triple-threat icon used her acceptance speech at the Women in Entertainment awards to endorse Clinton.

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Magic Johnson: The NBA superstar took to Twitter to endorse Hillary Clinton.

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50 Cent: The rapper told The Daily Beast in a recent interview that "it's Hillary time!"

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Ariana Grande: The pint-size singer tweeted out her support for Hillary Clinton with the caption "Yaas," proving that Hillary might have the millennial vote after all.

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RuPaul: Ru tweeted, "You betta work, @HillaryClinton!" Indeed.

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Jennifer Lopez: J. Lo told E! Online at the MTV Movie Awards, "I think it's time for a woman president."

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Meryl Streep:

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Waka Flocka Flame: The rapper told MTV News that he would be supporting Clinton in this year's election. He even offered his help to endorse her campaign—if she would help him promote his new album.

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Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: The petite twins were spotted leaving a Clinton fundraiser.

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Kate McKinnon: The hilarious "SNL" actress who plays Hillary Clinton has stated that she will be voting her.

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Kimye: Kim Kardashian took a selfie early in the presidential campaign with Hillary Clinton, which she hashtagged #HillaryforPresident; Kanye, despite his own presidential ambitions, is rumored to have made sizable donations to her campaign.

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Will Arnett: The comedian is a strong supporter of the Bernie campaign.

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Jane Fonda: Everyone's favorite septuagenarian has been vocal about her support of Sanders.

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Jeremy Piven: Ari's real-life alter ego shared a video of Bernie chastising the media, captioning it, "Straight talk ... we need it."

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Shailene Woodley: The actress has been campaigning hard for Sanders, going so far as to call potential voters and calling herself a "Bernie Babe."

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Neil Young: Young is a huge fan of Bernie, who often uses his song, "Keep on Rockin'" as rally music.

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Kareem Abdul-Jabar: The wisest baller of them all is a Bernie supporter who's even penned a Washington Post op-ed about the vast differences between Sanders and Trump.

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Steve Wozniak: The Apple cofounder is an enthusiastic Bernie Bro.

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Dave Matthews: Despite having no party affiliation, the musician told Rolling Stone, "When I hear someone like Bernie Sanders talking, I think there’s a hope."

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Ronda Rousey: Rousey told Maxim that she would be giving Bernie her vote because he "doesn't take any corporate money."

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Lil B the Based God: Although he was initially a Hillary supporter, recent tweets indicate that Lil B is feeling the Bern.

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Dr. Cornel West: The famed intellectual has been an enthusiastic supporter of Bernie, both in print and at rallies.

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Zoe Kravitz: The multi-hyphenate performer has been an open supporter of Bernie Sanders.

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Margaret Cho: The actress tweeted at Sanders, "This country needs you desperately. Please let me know what I can do. #FeeltheBern."

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Ezra Koenig, Chris Baio, Chris Romson: Vampire Weekend performed with Senator Sanders's backing vocals at a student rally in Iowa before the caucuses started.

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Will Ferrell: Ferrell appeared in a video with Bill Clinton encouraging voters to vote for Hillary in February 2016.

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Danny DeVito: DeVito has been one of Sanders's most prominent supporters, most recently turning up at the Prospect Park rally for the senator in Brooklyn.

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Spike Lee: The director not only is a strong supporter of Bernie, but he's most recently released a commercial featuring everyone from Susan Sarandon to Harry Belafonte stanning for Bernie Sanders, calling voters to "Wake Up!"

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Mia Farrow: The actress tweeted that she would be voting for Bernie.

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Mark Ruffalo: Mark Ruffalo's been a strong supporter of Bernie and recently interviewed the senator before the New York primaries.

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Justin Long: Justin Long has been a public supporter of Bernie Sanders since the early days of the campaign, as evidenced by this interview.

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Sarah Silverman: The comedian used her trademark humor to make a highly convincing video on why you should vote for Bernie.

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Atlanta and Amanda De Cadenet: The bombshell mother-daughter duo has been outspoken about their support of Sanders.

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Rosario Dawson: Dawson has campaigned hard for Bernie Sanders, even hitting the campaign trail with the senator.

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Alexa Chung: The It-girl has taken to her Instagram to show support for Sanders.

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Killer Mike: The rapper might just be Senator Sanders's biggest supporter—and it seems that the admiration is mutual; Sanders flew to Indio, California, just to introduce Killer Mike at Coachella.

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