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FROM STAGE RIGHT: A list of conservative celebrities (60 images)

Updated: March 10, 2016 at 4:17 PM
Vince Vaughn
Vince Vaughn
While filming "Wedding Crashers" in Washington, D.C., Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson attempted to enter a Young Republicans party at the Four Seasons and Vaughn was denied entry. Owen recalled the event in a USA Today story stating, "Vince actually is a Republican and they didn't believe him." Actually, Vaughn now identifies more with the Libertarian Party and in 2016 he announced support for presidential candidate Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul. Here's Vaughn and his wife, Kyla Weber at the Elton John Aids Foundation's 24th Annual Academy Awards viewing party on Feb. 28. File Photo by Christine Chew/UPI
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Aaron Carter
Aaron Carter
Singer and former child star Aaron Carter, shown here singing at the New York Stock Exchange, took intense criticism from some fans online when he tweeted his support for Donald Trump. File Photo by John Angelillo/UPI
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Kid Rock
Kid Rock
Kid Rock, a Romney supporter in 2012, is once again throwing his support behind a businessman, stating that he's "digging" Donald Trump in 2016. File Photo by Ed Locke/UPI
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Donnie Wahlberg
Donnie Wahlberg
Donnie Wahlberg, pictured here with wife Jenny McCarthy, threw his support behind Marco Rubio in the 2016 Republican primary. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI
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James Woods
James Woods
Actor James Woods is an aggressive opponent of President Obama and liberalism in general, maintaining a very active Twitter presence heavily focused on politics. For 2016, first he supported former HP CEO Carly Fiorina. But he switched to Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in November after a phone conversation in which Cruz "finally won me over because of his steadfast devotion to conservative principles." File Photo by Phil McCarten/UPI
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Chase Elliott
Chase Elliott
Chase Elliott, son of Bill Elliott, was a winner in this 2014 shot after the NASCAR Nationwide Series Championship and he thinks his choice for president -- Donald Trump -- is one too. File Photo by Gary I Rothstein/UPI
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Ryan Newman
Ryan Newman
Ryan Newman, NASCAR's "Rocket Man," is getting behind Donald Trump for the 2016 Republican nomination for president. File Photo by Ed Locke/UPI
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