The propaganda campaign to re -elect the US President Biden was able to raise $ 15 million from Hollywood alone in the fourth quarter of last year, despite the whispers of grumbling and the unanimous unanimity of the most important city in the world industry in the world.
The campaign raised a total of 97 million dollars, which was donated from all over the United States of America in the last three months of last year, according to the Hollywood Reporter magazine, after donations gathering parties included major Hollywood figures in the city, including director Stephen Spielberg, who won the Oscar Awards, director Shunda Rims, actor John Ham, known as the series “MAD MEN”, and actress and the most famous singer Barbara Stracend.
The US presidential elections held in November are a major crisis for the city of Hollywood, which is a liberal nature, and tends to choose a always a democratic president.
The flow of funds on the presidential campaign for Biden indicates that the US President will not be worried – at least for Los Angeles – whether in the forth of the fifth of March, or in the upcoming general elections in November.
The number of members of the Democratic Party represented by Biden at the White House exceeds twice the number of members of the Republican Party in the state of California, which is followed by Hollywood, and Biden in the presidential elections in 2020 obtained 71% of the votes of the Los Angeles province, which includes Hollywood.
With the exception of former Republican President Ronald Reagan, who took over the presidency between 1981 and 1989, and the rule of California between 1967 and 1975, the popularity of Republicans, whom Trump represents in the upcoming presidential elections was not as much as it threatens the popularity of any democratic president in the city, and perhaps the most important reason Therefore, the sympathy that prompted Ronald Reagan – then to the White House is being an actor, and head of the Hollywood Screen Representatives Syndicate
The importance of Hollywood is not limited to the number of votes that the candidate gets, but to the flow of money for electoral campaigns, most of which are entertainment and cinema.
Jeffrey Katzenburg, founder of “Dreamworks”, told Hollywood Reporter that the industry stands strongly with Biden. “The Hollywood community has known President Biden and its support for more than 40 years in every different elections, but the risks this time are greater, because our democracy is in danger, and the choice is very simple between democracy or the rule of one man.”
“There is a large group of workers in the entertainment industry looking at President Biden as the first president to join the Hollywood strike.”
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The Electoral Campaign Financing Law allows individuals to donate up to 929 thousand and 600 dollars to the Biden Re -Electing Fund, and the number of individual donors from Los Angeles reached one million people, according to federal tax records. Among the great donors, Casey and Arman, Chairman and CEO of the Wasrman Media Group, presented the maximum law permitted by the law, which is 929 thousand and 600 dollars.
Jeffrey Katzenburg contributed to an amount approaching its predecessor, which is 889 thousand and 600 dollars, and the comedian Seth McVarlin and the TV producer Mari Carcy exceeded $ 100,000.
Biden’s solidarity with Michigan car workers raised his popularity in the city, where he linked the Hollywood strike and the car workers ‘strike, and said:’ I urge employers to remember that all workers – including writers, actors and car workers – deserve a fair share of the value that Help their work to create it. ‘
Despite the declared rivalry between Trump and some Hollywood symbols, he has some supporters, including James Woods, the actor and producer executing the movie ‘Obenheimer’, the actress and singer Tarin Manning, actor Dennis Kowid and comedian Rosan Barr, and in return the veteran star Robert De Niro does not leave an opportunity unless he criticizes him in a way Chest, as well as Merrill Strip, and others.