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Michael Moore, Kerry Washington, Rosie O’Donnell, Harry Belafonte, Jane Fonda, Dylan McDermott, Roseann Barr, and Lily Tomlin are among the film and television stars who have pledged to “speak out in every way possible” to prevent Trump from becoming the next President of the United States as part of the new “Stop Hate Dump Trump” campaign.

In a statement on its website, the group says it believes Trump is “a grave threat to democracy, freedom, human rights, equality, and the welfare of our country and all our people.”

Other notable signatories on the campaign include Noam Chomsky, Connie Britton, Rosanna Arquette, Reza Aslan, Ani DiFranco, Danny Glover, and playwright Eve Ensler.

Celebrities Join ‘Stop Hate Dump Trump’ Anti-Donald Campaign
by DANIEL NUSSBAUM 20 Jan 2016


Hollywood celebrities and political heavyweights are flocking to Florida to give both presidential candidates a boost as the state enters the final week of early voting and the homestretch of a seemingly endless presidential campaign.

In Sen. Barack Obama's corner: Hollywood actor Matt Damon and Jason Alexander, who played George Costanza on NBC's Seinfeld.

Damon encouraged people to vote early. On Sunday night, he headlined a VoteFest08 rally in Miami Beach with actresses Kerry Washington and Alicia Silverstone.

Star wars: Celebs turn out to stump for candidates
Celebrities and politicians are fanning out across Florida to rally support for the presidential candidates and encourage voters to get to the polls.

Us Magazine Ben Affleck, Charlize Theron, and Josh Brolin are among the A-listers attending the Democratic National Convention in Denver over the last week in August, Variety reports.

The celebs will join Daryl Hannah, Rosario Dawson, Kerry Washington and across from Pepsi Center at the Starz Green Room, which will screen political films and hold panel discussions.

Ben Affleck, Charlize Theron, and Josh Brolin to Attend Democratic National
By Us Magazine August 15, 2008, 8:24 am PDT



Proof of Barack Obama’s star power: Jessica Alba, Kerry Washington and Ryan Phillippe are appearing in a video made by the Black Eyed Peas'

"I've been really active on the campaign trail," Washington told "I missed the first [video] and I heard that they doing another one. I think it's so great that is lending his musical genius to this movement. Jessica Alba and I were there around the same time, which was great."

"I would like to see a cleaner Earth for my child that I’m bringing into the world very soon," Alba says in the video.

VIDEO: See Jessica Alba, Ryan Phillippe in Barack Obama Video Thursday February 28, 2008

Voters in many of the Super Tuesday states, particularly on college campuses, shouldn't be surprised to see celebrities such as Robert DeNiro, who appeared today with Obama at a New Jersey rally, Kerry Washington, Usher, Chris Rock, Brendan Routh, Kate Walsh, Kal Penn and Tate Donovan speaking on Obama's behalf. Voters in California are getting phone calls from Ed Norton and Alfre Woodard; caucus-goers in Colorado might hear from Forest Whitaker. Enrique Marciano, who stars in CBS's Without a Trace, is campaigning for Obama with Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano. Minnesotans might be shocked to see Scarlett Johansson knocking at their door.

Obama's Celebrity Army Monday, Feb. 04, 2008 By JAY NEWTON-SMALL/LOS ANGELES,8599,1709745,00.html

Obama got to see an actual rock star reception Tuesday night. Actually, it was for the celebrity trio of R&B star Usher, actress Kerry Washington and comedian Chris Tucker, who surprised an audience at South Carolina State University by introducing the presidential candidate.

Crowd members screamed and strained metal Secret Service barricades in hope of touching the trio as they entered the sports center ahead of Obama.

"I feel like Barack Obama," said Tucker, star of the blockbuster trilogy "Rush Hour," turning the cliche on its head.

The hollering continued as Usher, a five-time Grammy winner, and Washington, whose roles include Ray Charles' wife in the biopic "Ray," reminded the mostly black audience that civil rights pioneers fought for their right to vote.

"Listen up, guys, listen up," Usher said, trying to silence them for a serious message. He said it would be negligent and irresponsible for them not to participate in Saturday's South Carolina primary. "If you don't use your voice, you didn't make a difference," he said.

Celebrity trio apears at Obama rallyWednesday, January 23, 2008 | 11:40 AM
Singer Usher Raymond, left, actress Kerry Washington, second from left, State Rep., Bakari Seller, second from right, and comedian Chris Tucker, right, introduce Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., center, during a rally on the campus of South Carolina State University in Orangeburg, S.C., Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2008.

Emotional stars like Oprah Winfrey and Kanye West had nothing but praise for Barack Obama's acceptance speech in Denver Thursday night.

Other celebs in attendance included Fergie, Rosario Dawson, Wilmer Valderrama, Star Jones, Susan Sarandon, Anne Hathaway and Kerry Washington.

VIDEO: Oprah Winfrey: Obama's Speech Made Me Cry "My Eyelashes Off"
Friday August 29, 2008

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