Johnson, Ted
October 2007
Daily Variety;10/19/2007, Vol. 297 Issue 15, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that Democratic Senator Hillary Clinton has topped the list of U.S. presidential hopefuls in terms of total Hollywood donations received as of September 2007. However, Democratic Senator Barack Obama edged Clinton in fund-raising in the entertainment industry during the third quarter of 2007. Hollywood celebrities who have hosted fund raisers for Clinton or Obama, and the amount received by other Republican and Democratic presidential aspirants are also highlighted.


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