Celebrity political endorsements are nothing new, but they reached a fever pitch in 2008 during President Obama's run for the White House. The 2016 campaign appears appears to be bringing out even more.
Though most of the attention is focused around A-list endorsements, a number of celebrity D-listers also are wading into the fray this time around.
In a statement released by the Rubio campaign, Wahlberg said: "We need a leader like Marco to inspire a new Republican party and unite our nation."
Kimye are all in with #HillaryForPresident. The couple snapped a selfie with the former First Lady/Secretary of State after listening to her speak in Los Angeles back in August 2015.
"Girls" star Lena Dunham isn't wearing some "feminist version of beer goggles called 'estrogen lens'" when it comes to supporting Clinton. Of the former Secretary of State, Dunham says she's been with Clinton, "...every step of the way, gurl."
Parting politically with the Duck Dynasty patriarch, Willie Robertson described Donald Trump as "a real leader" when endorsing the business mogul at the 16th annual Outdoor Sportsman Awards in Las Vegas in January. "He represents success and strength, two attributes our country needs."
From West Coast Choppers to Orange County Choppers, Donald is cleaning up with bikers.
Jesse James – ex-husband of actress Sandra Bullock, grease monkey at West Coast Choppers, and purveyor of custom firearms under his Jesse James Firearms Unlimited brand – took to Instagram to endorse the GOP frontrunner saying, "This guy is the Real Deal."
Paul Teutul Sr. is no stranger to Trump. The reality stars crossed paths when Teutul was a contestant on Celebrity Apprentice 5, and "Senior" made Trump a custom motorcycle – though Trump said he didn't know what to do with it (he put it on display in a Trump Tower lobby).
Former NBA basketball star, reality TV star and occasional vacationer in the repressive Communist regime of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Dennis Rodman is a big fan of "The Donald" and has been supporting him since the summer of 2015 when the businessman's campaign was presumed to be a long shot.
Below, "The Worm" hanging with fellow Trump supporter, Terry Gene Bollea, aka Hulk Hogan.
Can't forget Ted Nugent, as famous for his controversial political statements as his rock music. He's said he won't make a full endorsement until a nominee is chosen, but he loves Ted Cruz and especially Donald Trump, "the hellraiser America has needed."
Is Bernie Sanders Riggs to Danny Glover's Murtaugh? Swap out South African drug dealers with diplomatic immunity for Wall Street executives fleecing the middle class and maybe, just maybe, this 21st Century combo could be a "Lethal Weapon" when it comes to implementing Democratic Socialism in the United States!
For Incredible Hulk actor and activist Mark Ruffalo, Bernie Sanders "is a man of the people and is exactly today who he has always been: the real deal."
The 2008 campaign turned Shepard Fairey into a household name with his HOPE posters depicting candidate Obama. It's fair to say that the guerrilla artist has been somewhat disappointed with the candidate his poster helped propel into mainstream consciousness.
"I'm tired of portraits, I want to make images about people of substance, about the issues they care about."
IT'S BERN TIME!! pic.twitter.com/PUKO6eeRCCAdvertisement— Susan Sarandon (@SusanSarandon) January 28, 2016
Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson asks one question of himself in choosing a presidential candidate: "would they kill a duck and put him in a pot and make 'em a good duck gumbo?" Texas Sen. Ted Cruz apparently cooks it up to Robertson's liking.
Clint Howard, oft overlooked brother of mega-director Ron Howard, is a Cruz supporter as well.
Former Fox News star Glenn Beck, who now runs his own news and opinion outfit online, is a Cruz supporter.