15 Celebs Who Are Active In This Year’s Election, And Some Who Are A Bit Too Active (We’re Looking At You Donald)

October 3, 2012 ‐ By Ashley Page

All political candidates need enthusiastic supports and endorsers who are ready and willing to push for their candidate to be elected as the next president. This year’s election has been no different. In fact, there are dozens of celebrities who have gone out of their way to really get involved in the 2012 election in one way or another (for better and worse). Here are 15 celebs who have been active in the 2012 election.


Beyoncé & Jay-Z

Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and the entire Obama family have a great relationship. Recently the couple hosted a $40,000-a-plate dinner to show their support and to raise money for the Obama campaign. They came out of their party with a cool $4 million to give to the President’s re-election campaign.

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  • baddvixentype

    i lose respect for ppl once i find out they may be voting for romney or are republican for that matter, especially celebrities. #OBAMA12
    Just look at those who are voting for romney; rich ppl who dont want to have to come out of pocket. #IJS

  • guest

    so basically the general jist of this article is that if you are a celebrity in support for obama u are a uplifting role model who does good things, if you are a celebrity not voting for obama, you are crazy or an idiot. Hmmm…

    • Guest

      And it was very heavy on the pro Obama side. Wonder why? Hmmmmm. Couldn’t guess. (sarcasm)

  • FromUR2UB

    I clicked on this article only to confirm my suspicion that 15 celebs equalled 15 clicks. Why do you like the number 15 so much, MN? What’s wrong with 5 clicks, if we must click?

    • dale

      I agree put this all on one page I’m not going to click on anything 15 times, it’s not a big deal to put it all on one page especially if you want people to actually read an article, unless you get some kind of economic incentive for each click, in which case in not playing that game