Celebrities who are Republican -- but don't necessarily support Trump

With the midterms fast approaching, famous faces are urging their fans to hit the polls -- but not all of them are voting blue.

Hollywood is often (perhaps fairly) accused of leaning heavily liberal, but many celebrities are in fact registered Republicans. While they may not sign up to speak at a Republican National Convention, they've made their stances known through off-the-cuff remarks or campaign donations.

That said, President Trump is certainly a polarizing figure, and many famous Republicans have given him the cold shoulder. Some, like Cindy Crawford, have a not-so-great personal history with Trump, while others, like Candace Cameron Bure, take issue with his behavior and demeanor.

Celebrities who are Republicans, but don't necessarily support Trump:

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"The Middle" and "Everybody Loves Raymond" star Patricia Heaton campaigned for Mitt Romney ahead of the 2012 presidential election. However, in early 2016 as fervor began to swirl around then-candidate Trump, she tweeted of the GOP, "If he's the nominee then it won't be my party."
Candace Cameron Bure is a conservative and even spent time as a panelist on "The View," where she sparred with her more liberal co-hosts. However, during the height of the 2016 election, she said she was "disappointed" in her party and the GOP candidates' behavior.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson has said that if his felony conviction didn't prohibit him from voting, he would have voted for George W. Bush in the early 2000s.
While he rarely speaks publicly about politics, Adam Sandler is a registered Republican who donated to Rudy Giuliani's presidential campaign in 2007.
Caitlyn Jenner is one of few vocal transgender supporters of the GOP and has appeared on numerous conservative panel discussions since her transition from male to female. While she did vote for Trump, in October 2018, she said she regrets supporting him, proclaiming, "He has insulted our dignity."
Kris Jenner voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016, but in 2012, daughter Kim Kardashian told reporters, "The parents are Republicans and the children are Democrats so it’s like a political warfare in our household when we talk about politics.”
In addition to endorsing Republican candidates through the years, Vince Vaughn has also said he strongly supports the GOP stance on guns, suggesting that teachers in schools should be armed. He has not explicitly voiced support for Trump.
Cindy Crawford was a vocal supporter of Romney in 2012. However, she has stayed mum on Trump, who graphically discussed her physical characteristics during past interviews with Howard Stern.
In 2012, Kelsey Grammer wasn't nominated for an Emmy for his work"Boss," and he suspected the snub was related to him being a "declared out-of-the-closet Republican in Hollywood."
Actor and rapper LL Cool J attends the 13th Annual Apollo Theater Spring Gala on Monday, June 4, 2018, in New York. (Photo by Donald Traill/Invision/AP)
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