20 Celebrities Who Are Mitt Romney Supporters — Some Will Surprise You! (Photos)

Who Supports Mitt Romney?

A republican entertainer is a rare breed indeed. Overwhelmingly, Hollywood’s votes are cast for democrats. But there are quite a few actors, singers, and celebrities who are proud (and sometimes loud) about their political leanings.

The presidential campaign season is a time where we all take sides, it’s a big and important decision and one that many have no problem sharing, even publicly endorsing a candidate.

So who are these rare republicans who are going to cast their vote for Mitt Romney come November? Check out these 21 celebrities who will be casting their vote for Mitt right here, and some of them may surprise you!

  • Jenna Jameson 1 of 21
    Jenna Jameson
    This is probably not an endorsement that Mitt Romney would want, but he got it nonetheless. "I'm very looking forward to a Republican being back in office," Jameson said while sipping champagne a strip club in San Francisco. "When you're rich, you want a Republican in office."
    Source: Huffington Post
  • Clint Eastwood 2 of 21
    Clint Eastwood
    "I think the country needs a boost," Eastwood told The AP at a Romney event. He shared the story of becoming familiar with Romney while filming Mystic River in Massachusetts about ten years ago. "I said, God, this guy, he's too handsome to be governor, but he does look like he could be president," Eastwood joked. "As the years have gone by I began to think even more so about that." Eastwood said that he hoped Romney would restore "a decent tax system that we need badly ... so that there's a fairness and people are not pitted against one another as who's paying taxes and who isn't."
    Source: KSL
  • Jon Voight 3 of 21
    Jon Voight
    Angelina Jolie may be a democrat but her dad Jon Voight is all Republican. "Because he's honest, because he's charitable, because he's pro-Israel," Voight said of why he endorsed Romney. "He's a great guy, a great man... and he has a passion for Israel..."
    Source: Tablet Mag
  • Brad Pitt’s Mom 4 of 21
    Brad Pitt's Mom
    Brad Pitt may be a die-hard democrat but his mom Jane Pitt sure ain't. She made headlines when she wrote a letter to the editor of the Springfield News Leader: "I think any Christian should spend much time in prayer before refusing to vote for a family man with high morals, business experience, who is against abortion, and shares Christian conviction concerning homosexuality just because he is a Mormon. Any Christian who does not vote or writes in a name is casting a vote for Romney's opponent, Barack Hussein Obama — a man who sat in Jeremiah Wright's church for years, did not hold a public ceremony to mark the National Day of Prayer, and is a liberal who supports the killing of unborn babies and same-sex marriage," wrote Jane Pitt in the Springfield News-Leader. "I hope all Christians give their vote prayerful consideration because voting is a sacred privilege and a serious responsibility." Brad Pitt has kept mum on his mom's opinion.
    Source: Christian Science Monitor
  • Kid Rock 5 of 21
    Kid Rock
    Mitt Romney officially accepted Kid Rock's endorsement at a event before a "packed crowd of more than 1000 supporters." Kid Rock then played his bit "Born Free" which has since become Romney's campaign theme song.
  • Kelsey Grammer 6 of 21
    Kelsey Grammer
    Kelsey Grammar has been very public about being one of the rare Republicans in Hollywood. He said of Romney, "Oh, I think he'd make a terrific president. I think he'd be very good at it," the actor said. "He's a clear thinker. He's a kind man, you know, and he makes a lot of sense."
    Source: Politico
  • Gary Sinise 7 of 21
    Gary Sinise
    Gary Sinise is a hardcore Republican and a supporter of Romney. Newt Gingrich even suggested that if Romney is elected that he should give the actor a job as his Secretary of Veterans Affairs, saying, "We know Gary and we very much admire what he's done," Gingrich said. "You don't need, and I say this with all due respect to (current VA Secretary) Gen. (Eric) Shinseki … you do not need to have a better bureaucrat. What you want first of all is a passion focused on the veteran, not the bureaucrat.""
    Source: Human Events
  • Donald Trump 8 of 21
    Donald Trump
    Once hoping to be a presidential contender, Donald Trump has since come out to support Romney. "It is my honor, real honor, and privilege to endorse Mitt," Trump said.
    Source: NBC New York
  • Ivanka Trump 9 of 21
    Ivanka Trump
    Following in her dad's footsteps, Ivanka Trump is also endorsing Mitt. She tweeted after the last presidential debate, "Romney really rose to the occasion tonight."
    Source: Twitter
  • Trace Adkins 10 of 21
    Trace Adkins
    The country star said of Mitt, "I want to be able to whole-heartedly support the nominee... It's going to be Mitt Romney and I'm going to support him 100%."
    Source: About Mitt Romney
  • Patricia Heaton 11 of 21
    Patricia Heaton
    "Met Gov. Romney last nite - excellent human being," the openly Republican star of ABC's The Middle tweeted.
    Source: Politico
  • Chuck Norris 12 of 21
    Chuck Norris
    Chuck Norris is a big Mitt Romney fan saying, "Truthfully, I believe that Mitt has the skills and organization to defeat Obama and stop his fundamental transformation of America."
    Source: Town Hall
  • Gene Simmons 13 of 21
    Gene Simmons
    When asked who he thought should win the Republican primary, the Kiss star said, "... and who's got a chance? Mitt Romney's got a chance … and he's got the experience. He's run successful companies, knows how to make money... [It's] Who can do the job, and I believe Mitt Romney and President Obama are going to have a very good dialog, and I want to hear that."
    Source: Breit
  • Robert Duvall 14 of 21
    Robert Duvall
    Robert Duvall is a huge supporter, he even hosted a fundraiser for Mitt Romney in July in his home.
    Source: News Max
  • Scott Baio 15 of 21
    Scott Baio
    The Happy Days star Scott Baio gave the legal limit to Romney's presidential campaign.
    Source: NBC New York
  • Elisabeth Hasselbeck 16 of 21
    Elisabeth Hasselbeck
    She defended Romney's imfamous 47% comments on the View saying, "With more and more people becoming dependent on government, by next July we could be celebrating Dependence Day instead of Independence Day."
    Source: The Huffington Post
  • Jeff Foxworthy 17 of 21
    Jeff Foxworthy
    Comedian Jeff Foxworthy came out in support of Mitt saying, "I avoided politics for 53 years. I don't like politics, I don't like big government. But I do love this country…Mitt Romney is the guy with the best chance to beat Obama and take this country back."
    Source: Via Opposing Views
  • Ted Nugent 18 of 21
    Ted Nugent
    Ted Nugent went to Twitter to give his ringing endorsement. He tweeted, " "after a long heart&soul conversation with MittRomney today I concluded this goodman will properly represent we the people & I endorsed him."
    Source: Via Opposing Views
  • Angie Harmon 19 of 21
    Angie Harmon
    Actress Angie Harmon is a Romney supporter and even appeared at the Republican convention.
    Source: The Daily Beast
  • Suzanne Somers 20 of 21
    Suzanne Somers
    Suzanne Somers may not have come out as a Romney supporter yet, but she did tweet that she thought Paul Ryan "is an excellent choice."
    Source: Hollywood Reporter
  • John Elway 21 of 21
    John Elway
    Football legend John Elway is a Romney supporter saying, "Governor Romney is a proven leader with the experience and background to turn around our struggling economy."
    Source: NBC New York

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