Celebrities and their favorites for 2008 President are beginning to come to the light as Super Tuesday makes headlines.
Super Tuesday, the Tuesday of a presidential election year, has come, and while voters in 24 states are casting their ballots for the Republican and Democratic candidates today (February 5) including the state of Tennessee who is one of the 19 states that are voting for both Republican and Democratic parties, rappers, celebrities' and others' favorites are coming to light.
G-Unit rapper 50 Cent's favorite 2008 presidential candidate has been identified as Hillary Clinton with his recent statement, "I think she could do a good job," 50 said. "There's nothing bad about Obama in my eyes either, but I think Hillary would be my choice. I don't think America is ready to have a black president. I think they might kill him."
Among 50 Cent are Perez Hilton, Mya, Timbaland, Tony Bennett, Melissa Etheridge, Jon Bon Jovi, Madonna, Quincy Jones, and Barbra Streisand just to name a few other celebrities supporting Senator Hillary Clinton.
Common and will.i.am are among the actors and musicians endorsing Barack Obama including Dave Matthews, actor Robert De Niro, Pearl Jam, and the Grateful Dead. The Illinois Senator also has Oprah Winfrey's endorsement.
Obama, who has been compared to Kennedy also has the support of the Kennedy family including Caroline Kennedy and even JF Kennedy's niece Maria Shriver, wife of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and a member of the powerful Kennedy political clan.
As Super Tuesday's surveys and polls are collected it seems that the race is definitely between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton and for the Democrats and the Republicans surveys and polls have John McCain and Mitt Romney out front.