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Vote 2016: See Which Candidates The Celebs Support!

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Tonight's the night!

The Iowa caucuses take place tonight, a primary voting event that truly kicks off the race for president that will culminate nine months from now.

Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and yes, even Donald Trump are all hoping for a big night in the Hawkeye State tonight, as Democrats and Republicans will run their own respective primaries to pick the nation's first winner!

Obviously, winning (or losing) in Iowa isn't the whole race, but everyone will be paying attention to see how their picks do!

In fact, celebs have staked their claim to candidates already…

Wanna know who your favorite stars are supporting this political season?! We've got 'em all hashed out (below)!!!

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CLICK HERE to view "Vote 2016: Who The Celebs Support For President!"

CLICK HERE to view "Vote 2016: Who The Celebs Support For President!"

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Demi Lovato Is Confident In Hillary Clinton — The Singer Had LOTS To Say At Her Iowa Campaign Event!

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Hillary is getting the support of so many stars!

She's played fun games on Ellen and been taught how to take the perfect selfie by Kim Kardashian West — and now, Hillary Clinton is getting a campaign assist from Demi Lovato!

Related: Chelsea Clinton Debuts Her Post-Baby Bod

The Confident singer joined the presidential hopeful at an event in Iowa City, Iowa on Thursday, where she performed three of her songs in front of 2,000 people while talking up Hillary the whole time!

Lovato had glowing things to say about Clinton, telling those in attendance:

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Obama's Campaign Made HOW Much Money In March???

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With Mitt Romney getting closer and closer to clinching the Republican presidential nomination, Barack Obama is gearing up to defend his position in the Oval Office.

Since launching his re-election campaign last spring, the 44th President of the United States of America has raised about $350 million from generous donors. Amazingly enough, a whopping $53 million was raised in the month of March alone.

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Poll: Majority Of GOP Want Paul And Gingrich To Call It Quits

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Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich are the definitions of clingers. They stay too long and they don’t know when to let go.

A CNN Poll indicates that

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Rick Santorum Gets Glitter Bombed In The Face!

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Ha!!

Rick Santorum got a face full of glitter after his loss in the South Carolina primary over the weekend.

The Pennsylvania Senator was glitter bombed by a group of Occupy protestors who were angry over his anti-gay views.

A woman threw glitter in Santorum's face and yelled out, "Hate, gay rights!"

Then the protestors chanted:

"You’re a bigot. Rick Santorum is a bigot. You hate gays, You hate gays!"

We don't condone violence in any way, but this was hardly a violent move. Just something to get his attention and we love it!

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Mittens And The Others Lose To Newt In South Carolina

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Oh wow. Okay, um, yeah, so Newt Gingrich won the South Carolina primary in what is becoming a relentless journey to the GOP nomination. Kinda shocking, but whatever.

Soon after polls closed on Saturday, Newt was declared the winner with Mittens tailing in second place and Santorum and Paul falling far behind.

In Newt's victory speech, he told his minions the crowd:

"Thank you to everyone in South Carolina who decided to be with us in changing Washington. We are optimists about the future.

President Obama is a president so weak that he makes Jimmy Carter look strong."

Way to remain classy as always, Newt.

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Presidential Candidate Airing Graphic Anti-Abortion Ads During Super Bowl XLVI

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They're coming! They're coming! Thanks to Democratic presidential candidate Randall Terry, aborted, dead and bloody fetuses are coming!

Viewers in 40 cities across the country who are tuning in to watch Super Bowl XLVI on February 5th will be treated disgusted to see anti-abortion commercials featuring dead fetuses surrounded by religious icons.

Ew! So gross. Can't they just bring the Budweiser Frogs back instead?

Normally commercial spots like this would be rejected, however, Randall found a loophole. Ya see, television stations are legally required to run ads by political candidates within 45 days of an election and since he's hopelessly running in a race he'll never win, he can put dead babies on television.

Thanks, America!

The minute you see a baby on television during Super Bowl Sunday, we suggest taking a bathroom break!

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