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Rihanna, Diddy Fail to Push Andrew Gillum to Victory

Despite overwhelming celebrity support from the likes of pop star Rihanna and rap mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs, Democratic Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum was defeated by Republican rival Ron DeSantis Tuesday evening.

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‘Will & Grace’ Cast Cut Get Out the Vote Video

The cast of the re-booted late 1990s sitcom Will & Grace recently took time out on the set to cut a non-partisan get out the vote ad to remind their audience to be sure and vote this year.

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The Hollywood Elites Behind the Brett Kavanaugh Smear Campaign

Hollywood celebrities and left-wing politicians are taking to Twitter to smear President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, and to threaten to hold back funding from any U.S. senator who is considering to vote to confirm him.

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Mother of Wounded Veteran Slams Actress Debra Messing for Praising Anthem-Protesting Son

Last week, TV actress Debra Messing rushed to her Instagram account to gush over her son’s decision to protest against the United States by refusing to stand for the national anthem at a Rangers game. But the C-list actress was hit by an avalanche of criticism for celebrating her son’s protest by many social media users, including the mother of a wounded veteran.

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Celebrities Crash Alabama Senate Race to Support Democrat Doug Jones

Hollywood stars are storming social media and urging their fans to turn out and vote for Democrat Doug Jones on Tuesday. Politically-engaged celebrities, many of them using the hashtag #RightSideOfHistory, launched a last minute campaign to stop Judge Roy Moore’s bid for the U.S. Senate.

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Sore Loser Celebrities Beg Electors to Vote Against Trump (Video)

A group of Hollywood celebrities are calling on Republican electors in the Electoral College to disregard their states’ voting results and deny Donald Trump the presidency when the group casts their official ballots on December 19.