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Montel Williams, a Republican turned independent, isn’t committed to any candidate. He’s not worried about government interference in his industry. His concerns include his parents' Medicare and Social Security. "What’s going to happen when my mother gets sick and my father passes away?" said Williams, a multi-millionaire. "What’s going to happen to my mom, who’s paid into Social Security her entire life?" Added Williams, "I want to know what we are going to do about real issues, not the garbage these guys are posturing about in a popularity contest."
Juliette Lewis wouldn’t say who she’s supporting for president. She did let on that she agrees with each party on different issues. She wants funding for art and extracurricular activities in schools. "I’m not worried about [censorship] because it will never happen," she says. "It’s just impossible in this day in age, I would think."
Rock star and multiple-liver recipient David Crosby was milling about the reception. He’s supporting the Gore-Lieberman ticket. "I don’t want to have to move to Canada if Bush becomes president," he said by way of explanation.