Britney Spears In 2002, singer Britney Spears said, “Honestly, I think we should just trust our president in every decision that he makes, and we should just support that, you know, and be faithful in what happens.”
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John Elway Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway has contributed to a number of Republican Party candidates in recent elections. He considered running for the U.S. Senate as a Republican.
Dennis Hopper The late actor Dennis Hopper was a registered Republican.
Chuck Norris Action star Chuck Norris is a Republican. He has donated more than $32,000 to Republican candidates and organizations since 1988. Norris once filled in for Sean Hannity as a co-host on the popular Fox News Channel debate program Hannity & Colmes.
Angie Harmon Actress Angie Harmon is a Republican. She and her husband delivered a speech at the 2004 Republican National Convention. She supports John McCain for President.
Tom Clancy Author Tom Clancy has generally been regarded as a political conservative, and has donated over US$256,000 to Republican Party political candidates. Some of his books bear dedications to Republican political figures, most notably Ronald Reagan.
Clint Eastwood Actor, filmmaker Clint Eastwood has been registered as a Republican since 1951 and supported Richard Nixon’s 1968 presidential campaign, he describes himself as a libertarian.
Kelsey Grammer Actor Kelsey Grammer filed papers seeking sole custody of the children he had with ex Camille.
Naomi Judd Country music singer, songwriter and activist Naomi Judd has been a registered Republican for many years and was a supporter of the George W Bush administration.
Danny Aiello During an interview with Sean Hannity, actor Danny Aiello pointed out that he is a conservative.
Johnny Ramone Founding member of the punk rock group The Ramones, Johnny Ramone was registered as a Republican.