Alec Baldwin: Barack Obama
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Celebrity presidential endorsements 2012

Alec Baldwin: Barack Obama
The “30 Rock” Emmy winner is a supporter of the current president and famously tweeted “If Obama were white, he’d be up by 17 points.” (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
Beyonce, 2013
Beyonce sings the National Anthem at Obama’s inauguration ceremony in Washington D.C. in 2013. Beyonce later admitted to lip-synching the rendition because she “wanted to make him and my country proud.” (Brian Cassella / Chicago Tribune)
Chuck Norris: Mitt Romney
The action star has come out in support of Mitt Romney and posted a pro-Romney video with his wife urging voters to participate. (Getty Images)
Clint Eastwood: Mitt Romney
Clint Eastwood made Mitt Romney’s day when he urged Americans to join him in supporting the Republican White House challenger in a TV ad against President Obama. And of course there was the empty-chair speech at the Republican National Convention. (Paul J. Richards / AFP / Getty Images)
Donny and Marie Osmond: Mitt Romney
Singer-songwriters and fellow Mormons Donnie and Marie Osmand support Mitt Romney. (American Broadcasting Companies / ABC)
Eva Longoria, 2012
Actress Eva Longoria showed her support for Obama by making appearances in Florida, including this one at an Obama campaign office in West Palm Beach. (Bill Ingram / Palm Beach Post / MCT)
Gary Sinise: Mitt Romney
The musician and actor has voiced his support and is so active in championing war veterans that Newt Gingrich thinks Sinise could be part of Romney’s cabinet(Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times)
George Clooney: Barack Obama
George Clooney hosted his own star-studded fundraiser for President Obama, charging $40,000 to attend the event at his Studio City home. (Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP Photo)
Jerry Bruckheimer: Mitt Romney
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer supports Mitt Romney. He donated $2,500 to the campaign and was seen at a Romney fundraising event. (Paul Buck / EPA)
Kelly Clarkson: Barack Obama
Kelly Clarkson, a self-titled “Republican at heart,” supports Barack Obama. (Dario Cantatore / Invision / Associated Press)
Kelsey Grammer: Mitt Romney
Kelsey Grammer wholeheartedly endorses Mitt Romney, though he believes that it could affect his career. (Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)
Kerry Washington: Barack Obama
The “Scandal” actress has vowed to support Barack Obama and exercise “her political voice.” (Victoria Will / Invision / AP)
Kid Rock: Mitt Romney
Musician Kid Rock came out in support of Mitt Romney during an event held by vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan in Michigan. (Paul Sancya / Associated Press)
Kristi Yamaguchi : Mitt Romney
Former Olympic figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi came out in support for Mitt Romney this summer and even starred in an ad rallying for the former Massachusetts governor.  ()
Lady Gaga: Barack Obama
Lady Gaga publicly praised President Obama for his support of gay marriage tweeting: “Obama, congratulations on being the first sitting President to support marriage equality. Feels like the future, and not the past. #NoFear” in May 2012.

The pop star also attended a Barack Obama fundraiser at the home of Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg. (Dominic Lipinski / Associated Press)
Lena Dunham: Barack Obama
The “Girls” creator created a video about her first time voting for president of the United States. (Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times)
Lindsay Lohan: Mitt Romney
Actress and “Liz & Dick” star Lindsay Lohan told E! Online that she’s voting for Mitt Romney come election day.  (Starpix / Kristina Bumphrey / Associated Press)
Madonna: Barack Obama
The singer has endorsed Barack Obama on her concert tour, though she has also mistakenly called him a “black Muslim.” ( John Shearer / Invision / Associated Press)
Morgan Freeman: Barack Obama
Morgan Freeman made a $1-million contribution to the pro-Obama SuperPAC Priorities USA Action in July 2012. (The Science Channel)
Nicki Minaj: Barack Obama
The Internet rumor mill churned heavily in September after pop star Nicki Minaj rapped about supporting Mitt Romney on Lil Wayne’s “Dedication 4" mixtape.

Minaj later went on Twitter to say it was merely in jest: "@nickiminaj Ha! Thank you for understanding my creative humor & sarcasm Mr. President, the smart ones always do... *sends love & support* @barackobama” (Getty Images)
Sarah Jessica Parker: Barack Obama
Sarah Jessica Parker hosted a multimillion-dollar fundraiser, “A New York Night With the President, First Lady and Sarah Jessica Parker,” at her New York home in June 2012.  (Evan Agostini / Invision / AP)
Scott Baio: Mitt Romney
Actor and “See Dad Run” star Scott Baio supports Mitt Romney and recently went on “Access Hollywood Live” to discuss his decision. (Kim D. Johnson / Associated Press)
Snoop Dogg (Lion): Barack Obama
Snoop endorsed President Obama with an expletive-laced statement, saying former President George W. Bush "... up for eight years so you at least gotta give [Obama] eight years. He cleaned up half the ... in four years realistically.” (Warren Toda / European Pressphoto Agency)
Stacey Dash : Mitt Romney
Stacey Dash came out in support of the former Massachusetts governor via Twitter:
 (Dan Steinberg / AP Photos)
Steven Spielberg: Barack Obama
Steven Spielberg recently gave $1 million to a super PAC in support of Obama. (Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times))
Tyler Perry: Barack Obama
The mini-mogul has raised millions for President Obama through numerous fundraisers(Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith: Barack Obama
Will Smith and his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, hosted a sold-out Oct. 25 fundraising lunch featuring First Lady Michelle Obama at their Calabasas mansion. (Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)