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Uzo Aduba, who has appeared in an ad campaign and canvassed for Hillary Clinton, penned a piece explaining her endorsement of the former Secretary of State for ELLE.com in November 2016. "I remember watching on television and hearing the strong and confident voice of the Democratic candidate's wife. Hillary Rodham Clinton," the actress wrote. "She was her husband's intellectual equal, as well as the intellectual equal of those inside the political sphere, and she had no intention or interest in being demure about that basic truth. Neither her husband nor his male political counterparts ever had to dumb down their professional capabilities, so why must she?"
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After encouraging voting in Rock the Vote campaigns, Kendall Jenner made her personal preference clear in November 2016. The model shared a photo of herself in a tank-top reading "Vote," and captioned the shot, "her her her her."
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Lena Dunham has been one of Hillary Clinton's most vocal celebrity supporters. The actress, who regularly appears in support of the candidate, wrote an article for TIME.com earlier this year, saying simply, "I want Hillary Clinton to be President. I think she’d do a fantastic job, better than anyone else."
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Lady Gaga has repeatedly thrown her support behind Hillary Clinton in interviews and campaigns. The singer shared a photo in an American flag swimsuit in June 2016 and captioned the shot, "#HILLARY2016 Nothing can keep a strong woman down. VOTE for the first female US president in history. Shake it up America, this country needs a little rock n' roll."
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Robert DeNiro made his support for Hillary Clinton known as early as April 2015. The actor, who originally eyed Clinton for a presidential future in 2006, said in an interview with The Daily Beast, "I think that she’s paid her dues. There are going to be no surprises, and she has earned the right to be president and the head of the country at this point. It’s that simple. And she’s a woman, which is very important because her take on things may be what we need right now."
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Kerry Washington has repeatedly lent her celebrity to Hillary Clinton's campaign, appearing in ads and canvassing for the former Secretary of State. The Scandal actress also met with Clinton on the set of her ABC show.
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar endorsed Hillary Clinton in a April 2016 op-ed for The Washington Post. "Clinton possesses that rare but crucial combination of idealism and pragmatism," the athlete wrote. "She can both envision a better world and take the necessary steps to make that vision a reality. She embodies the principles of the Age of Reason and isn’t afraid to fight against the confederacy of dunces who would undermine the principles of inclusion and diversity that America stands for."
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Julianne Moore shared her preference for Hillary Clinton in early 2016, appearing at a fundraiser for Clinton and tweeting a selfie after voting in the New York Primary, writing, "I just voted for @HillaryClinton #ImWithHer - vote today!"
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Pharrell Williams endorsed Hillary Clinton in 2015 and went on to make an appearance at one of the candidate's rallies. He spoke highly of Clinton in a 2015 interview with Ellen DeGeneres, telling the host, "It’s time for a woman to be in there... People are like, ‘Okay, we need a president that we can play Scrabble and Celebrity with,’ but that’s not who’s gonna solve your problems. You need someone that’s gonna take it serious."
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Beth Behrs tweeted her support for Clinton in October 2016, sharing a photo of herself in a Hillary-branded hat and writing, "#imwithher #hillary2016 @HillaryClinton #vote." She followed up the message in November, tweeting, "The future is female. #imwithher vote on Tuesday.@HillaryClinton" with a vintage image of Clinton.
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Katy Perry has performed multiple times in support of Hillary Clinton, even wearing a blue cape reading "I'm with Madam President" in November 2016.
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America Ferrera has joined Hillary Clinton on campaign stops and at the Democratic National Convention. The actress wrote a blog entitled "Why Hillary Clinton Thrills the Hell Out of Me," for The Huffington Post in April 2016, writing, "Yes, I think it’s pretty awesome that Hillary Clinton is a woman. But if you showed me a purple faced, three-eyed Martian with a better record on defending women’s rights, fighting for the most vulnerable families, and working across party lines to actually get things done, than I would be stumping for that purple faced, three-eyed Martian. But the fact is, no candidate in this presidential election comes close to Hillary when it comes to standing with disenfranchised communities."
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Louis C.K. repeatedly voiced his support for Hillary Clinton and said in a November 2016 interview with Conan O'Brien that he "would take her over anybody."
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Tony Goldwyn has appeared in campaign ads and at rallies for Hillary Clinton. The Scandal star also Instagrammed a photo of himself with Clinton on her birthday, writing, "Happy Birthday to this extraordinary woman! So proud to know you @HillaryClinton and to say #ImWithHer ! #wcw #13days"
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John Legend threw his support behind Hillary Clinton in 2016, campaigning for the candidate with wife Chrissy Teigen. The singer also addressed a crowd at a rally concert in Ohio in October 2016, reportedly telling his listeners, "We know how important it is that we elect Hillary Clinton our next president. We know how important it is that we don't let Donald Trump any closer to the White House than that hotel down the street. We know that he is temperamentally unfit. We know he's unqualified. We know he's incurious. We know he is unprepared. We know he is a racist... He's spent his whole political career demonizing black and brown people, demonizing immigrants, demonizing women, objectifying women. He doesn't deserve to lead this country. He doesn't deserve to be elected dog catcher in your local county."
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Cher has participated in fundraising efforts for Hillary Clinton and regularly tweets about the candidate in her signature writing style. "I AM OUT HERE HELPING HILLARY,BECAUSE I CARE 4 ALL OF U!" she wrote in November 2016. "I GET NOTHING FROM THIS(won’t [be] Kick’n it at WH) EXCEPT KNOWLEDGE IM PROTECTING U."
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George Clooney raised money for Hillary Clinton and sent an email to the candidate's supporters in March 2016, writing, "If you listen to the loudest voices out there today, you’d think we’re a country that hates Mexicans, hates Muslims, and thinks that committing war crimes is the best way to make America great again. The truth is that the only thing that would prevent America from being great would be to empower these voices. In all of this clutter, there’s been one consistent voice. A voice of tolerance and experience, from a candidate who’s spent a lifetime fighting for the rights of the less fortunate. A candidate who knows firsthand the complexity of our international relationships. That candidate is Hillary Clinton."
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Connie Britton has been a vocal Hillary Clinton supporter and regularly tweets about the candidate. The actress also Instagrammed a photo of herself with her voting sticker in October on Clinton's birthday, writing, "What do you get "the woman who has everything" for her birthday...you vote for her! HAPPY BIRTHDAY HILLARY! My friend @brideyp and I were giddy today after voting. We celebrated with margaritas and dreams of the future. #imwithher #wevote"
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Matt Damon made his endorsement of Hillary Clinton clear in a 2016 interview with Town and Country. The actor supports the candidate for multiple reasons, including her stance on the issue of water and sanitation. "She understands it from a number of different angles — as a national security issue, as a human rights issue, and, obviously, its impact on women and girls," he said.
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Jennifer Lopez performed at a Hillary Clinton rally in October 2016, and filmed an ad in support of the candidate. She shared the clip on her Instagram, writing, "EVERYONE!!!! Get out and VOTE!! Our future depends on it! #ImWithHer"
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Carole King performed at the DNC in support of Clinton, singing "You've Got a Friend" for the crowd. "She is warm and funny and smart and all of the things that people say that she is," King added in an interview with CBS. "I think it is her time."
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Russell Simmons carefully considered his pick for the 2016 election, meeting with Sen. Bernie Sanders before formally endorsing Hillary Clinton. "I have decided to to go with my long time friend who has been nothing but honest and supportive of the progressive agenda that I care about," he tweeted in March.
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Salma Hayek lent her famous face to ad campaigns for Hillary Clinton. "I have a lot of hope for Hillary,” she said in a 2015 interview with Latina. "We need somebody with experience who can endure. And this woman has endured it all. Hillary is tough."
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Steve Harvey endorsed Hillary Clinton in March 2016, saying on his radio show of the candidate, "She has fought for social justice, equality and policies that expand civil rights and economic opportunity out there."
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Amy Schumer voiced her support for Hillary Clinton in 2016 and joined campaign ads and events for the candidate.