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The guest list included Barbra Streisand, Warren Beatty, Ben Affleck, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Lee Curtis and Steven Spielberg.

Organizers said Kerry raised about $3.2 million for the day and donors gave an additional $1 million to the Democratic National Committee. Kerry also held events Monday in Sacramento and San Francisco that raised around $3 million.

Posted 3/30/2004 10:41 PM Updated 3/31/2004 9:20 AM
Stars align for Kerry fundraising
By Martin Kasindorf, USA TODAY

"Titanic" star Leonardo DiCaprio stumped for John Kerry, while Fred Thompson of NBC's "Law & Order" campaigned for President Bush in Florida, one of the swing states in the presidential election.

DiCaprio spoke to some 400 students mostly female at the University of Central Florida on Tuesday, while 200 more waited outside.

The 29-year-old actor, who is registered as a Democrat in Los Angeles County, said it was the first time he had publicly supported a candidate.

"I believe, without a doubt, this is the most important election of all of our lifetimes," he said at the event, organized by campus Democrats.

Leo DiCaprio Stumps for John Kerry
NewsMax Wires Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004


Leonardo DiCaprio believes in Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 911" so much, the reclusive actor emerged last week for the L.A. premiere - then flew to New York to attend Monday's screening.

"Leo's doing more press for this movie than he ever does for his own," quipped Miramax founder Harvey Weinstein.

DiCaprio, who met with Moore several times as the "Bowling for Columbine" Oscar winner lensed the film, told The News: "I think a lot more people who are on the fence about who to vote for, after they see this film, it's going to galvanize them. Young people didn't vote in the last election - that was the problem, and it's going to be the main issue in the next. If you're a young person you've got to get as many people registered to vote, and then get them to vote for their candidate." In DiCaprio's case, "that's John Kerry," he told us.

DiCaprio's hot for 'Fahrenheit'


On Thursday night, Vietnam vet, Yale graduate and United States Senator JOHN KERRY officially accepted the Democratic nomination for President as he moved the supportive crowd with his acceptance speech. "We can do better and we will," he told the audience, which included BEN AFFLECK and LEONARDO DiCAPRIO.

Stars Rally At The DNC! July 30, 2004


LOS ANGELES - Comedian Billy Crystal called it “Woodstock for really, really rich people” as Hollywood’s artists came out to raise $5 million to put Democrat John Kerry in the White House.

Other performers included actors Ben Stiller, Esai Morales, Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro and singers Willie Nelson and Angie Stone.

Stars come out for Kerry Hollywood raises $5 million for Democrat
Updated: 1:53 p.m. ET June 25, 2004

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