Tuesday, November 6, 2012

15 Celebs You Didn't Know Were Voting For Romney

These 15 Celebrities Are Proud Republicans and Are Voting Against Barack Obama..

After endorsing Obama in 2008, the legendary rocker from Kiss stated he would be moving to the other side to support Romney in the upcoming election. Simmons reasoning was simple - "America is a business and should be run by a businessman".        

Even former bad boys still have time to vote. The actor/hip hop artist has been a registered republican for quite a few years now and even attended the 2004 Republican National Convention. 

The film great made headlines just last month at the Republican National Convention in Tampa Bay, Florida, where he was featured as a secret guest speaker. Because of his speech (and the empty chair that stood next to him), he also started the meme "Eastwooding".       

While most of us knew her as "Buffy", the famed actress is now known for her support in politics. Though she isn't entirely open about her political beliefs, she is a registered Republican.

His stint on "Walker: Texas Ranger" may be a sure sign but Norris and his wife Gena recently released an anti-Obama video on on their official YouTube that warned viewers they would endure "1,000 years of darkness" if Obama was re-elected.

The famous actor/father of Angelina Jolie has publicly stated he will be voting for Mitt Romney in the upcoming election. Brad Pitt's mother, Jane Pitt, has also done the same though it hasn't been determined if Brad and Angelina will be following in their parents footsteps.        

Having spent some of his younger days in Miami, Florida, attending the University Of Miami on a college football scholarship, "The Rock" votes the "right" way as he's a registered Republican.       


The pop star turned "X-Factor" judge has notcieably supported the Republican party since George W. Bush's initial campaign. In 2003, she was quoted to say, "I think we should just trust our president in every decision that he makes and we should just support that".       

A native of the state of Texas, Jessica Simpson has always been an avid supporter of the Republican party despite her feelings of mixing political views with personal ones.        


Known to be a businessman himself, 50 Cent is an avid Republican supporter who's been known to express his views on politics and the economy, even when tied up in the world of hip hop.


Vaughn may not look the part of a Republican supporter, but he's been one since as early as 2004, where he crashed a political convention with long-time friend and fellow actor Owen Wilson. Initially, Vaughn wasn't admitted into the convention because organizers thought he was a Democrat.   

The talented actress may spend most of her time around Hollywood and husband/NHL athlete Mike Comrie, but the 24-year-old is actually a registered Republican in her home state of Texas.

Throughout his career, Kid Rock hasn't been shy about showing his support for the Republican party or mixing it with his musical career either. At a rally in February, Romney accepted his endorsement which led to the Michigan-born songwriter to perform the song "Born Free" in front of more than 1,000 supporters.

On hip hop mogul Lil Wayne's new mixtape "Dedication 4", Nicki Minaj was including a hint of support for Mitt Romney in her guest verse on a song, stating the presidential candidate could be an answer to the country's economic crisis.       

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