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Kerry, Cameron and Caprio

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What do Jason Biggs, Zach Braff, Adam Brody, Ben Affleck, Leonardo DiCaprio, Scott Foley, Scarlett Johansson, Danny Masterson and Rachael Leigh Cook all have in common?LAist was surprised and intrigued to find out that they're all Honorary Committee Members for the Kerry/Edwards Campaign and probably have, really, no involvement whatsoever in the Saturday, October 2nd event "An Evening with Kerry/Edwards" featuring musical artists such as the Black Eyed Peas.

The list of supporters on the invitation-only flyer making its way around LA to industry specific e-mail boxes and industry-only mailrooms immediately convinced LAist that it was yet another example of Hollywood keeping Kerry/Edwards to themselves... But in reality, if you're willing to pay the $150 admission fee ($500 for you V.I.P. attendees), you too can rub elbows with the likes of Cameron Diaz, Laura Dern and "The O.C."'s, Benjamin McKenzie.

Sometimes it's fun supporting a presidential candidate in Hollywood. Sometimes it takes the focus away from the distracting issues and political statements and centers it all back on the actors and their current projects.

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Because really, isn't that what politics in Hollywood is all about?