Presidential Election 2016: Who Your Fave Stars Are Endorsing

The presidential elections loom large in the minds of Americans across the country — despite the fact that we won't head to the polls for another 11 months. With the 2016 elections on the horizon, some of our favorite Latino celebrities have already begun chanting their support for their preferred candidates. Below, see whom these nine stars want in the Oval Office: 

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This story will be updated periodically until the 2016 presidential elections. 

1. Salma Hayek: Hillary Clinton

Salma Hayek revealed to us that she plans to support Hillary Clinton for president in 2016. "I have a little hope for Hillary," she said. "We need somebody with experience who can endure. And this woman has endured it all. Hillary is tough."

2. America Ferrera: Hillary Clinton

America Ferrera posted her support for Clinton in Instagram. "I believed in her then, I believe in her now," she wrote alongside a picture of her stumping for Clinton during the 2008 election. 

3. George Lopez: Bernie Sanders

George Lopez threw his support behind Democratic contender Bernie Sanders. "I am #feelingthebern," he wrote in a tweet. "Today I'm proud to officially endorse @BernieSanders for President." 

4. Ricky Martin: Hillary Clinton

Ricky Martin publicly endorsed Hillary Clinton for president in a Twitter post on December 2. "Proud to support @HillaryClinton, a Latina at heart," he wrote. 

5. Nicholas Gonzalez: Bernie Sanders

Nicholas Gonzalez joined Saporta and dozens of celebrities in signing his public support for Sen. Sanders. It reads: "We — the undersigned artists, musicians, and cultural leaders of America — are excited to endorse a new vision for our country."

6. Gabe Saporta: Bernie Sanders

Gabe Saporta — the frontman for Cobra Starship — joined 127 other celebrities in signing a letter of support for Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. 

7. Marc Anthony: Hillary Clinton

Marc Anthony brought Hillary Clinton on-stage during a concert in Miami on October 2. "This is like family," he said of the presidential candidate. "I want to recognize someone who came to the concert tonight. Please, with all the respect in the world, let's hear it for Hillary Clinton." 

Later, he tweeted a gif of the candidate and wrote: "This election is important for the future of the Latino community, our vote could make the difference @HillaryClinton." 

8. Charlie Sheen: Donald Trump

Charlie Sheen dubiously supported Donald Trump for president in a fairly nonsensical tweet from August 2015. "If Trump will hv me, I'd be his VP in a heartbeat," he wrote. "#TrumpSheen16." 

9. Ronda Rousey: Bernie Sanders

Ronda Rousey told Maxim that she support Sen. Sanders for president of the United States. "I'm voting for Bernie Sanders, because he doesn't take corporate money," she said. "I don't think politicians should be allowed to take money for their campaigns from outside interests."