“I want Hillary Clinton to be President,” the “Girls” star wrote in the lengthy Time article detailing the reasons for supporting the now-presumptive Democratic nominee. “I think she’d do a fantastic job, better than anyone else.”
Vocal conservatives in both Hollywood and the independent film community are rare. Voight is a notable exception. The “Midnight Cowboy” star is unequivocal in his support of GOP standard-bearer Donald Trump: “Donald is funny, playful, and colorful, but most of all, he is honest. When he decided to run for president, I know he did it with a true conviction to bring this country back to prosperity. He is the only one who can do it. No frills, no fuss, only candid truths.”
The “Fresh Off the Boat” leading lady appeared in an #ImWithHer video alongside several other actresses, saying she supports Clinton “because, during the 11-hour Benghazi hearings, she was a total friggin’ boss and champ.”
Eisenberg, who recent credits include “Café Society,” “Louder Than Bombs” and “The End of the Tour,” has donated to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
The Black List founder is voting for Hillary Clinton but is sympathetic to Green Party supporters. “I humbly invite Jill Stein voters to donate money to the Green Party and then vote for Hillary,” he tweeted last week.
Fanning was one of many acotrs, filmmakers and musicians who donated beaucoup bucks to Clinton last summer, including Beyoncé, Leonardo DiCaprio and Bryan Cranston.
Not unlike his “Captain Fantastic” character, Mortensen is a progressive with iconoclastic tendencies. “If you want a woman then vote for Jill Stein,” Mortensen told the Daily Beast. “If you really want a woman president — if that’s what you want — vote for Jill Stein.”
The writer/director/star of “Garden State” and its spiritual successor “Wish I Was There” appeared at a fundraising event with Hillary Clinton last July. He later posted a selfie of the two of them with the hashtag #ChillingWithBae.
The Democratic and Republican National Conventions are known to feature celebrity speakers in addition to political figures, and this year Baio was tapped to give a speech at the RNC. “We need Donald Trump to fix this,” Baio said during his remarks.
Of the Democrats’ presumptive nominee, the “Orange Is the New Black” star has said, "This is someone who, I feel like, goes home and thinks about us."
Sarandon, an outspoken critic of Hillary Clinton who has clarified that she won’t be voting for Trump either, is a Bernie Sanders diehard. In recent days she has also tweeted in support of Green Party candidate Jill Stein.