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Oscar nominees: Who donated the most in politics
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Stanley Tucci: Best Supporting Actor nominee for ‘The Lovely Bones.' Donated $250 to Democrats.
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Kathryn Bigelow: Director and Best Picture nominee for producing and directing ‘The Hurt Locker.' Donated $550 to Democrats.
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Sarah Siegel-Magness: Best Picture nominee for producing ‘Precious.' Donated $2,800 to Democrats.
Lee Daniels: Best Picture nominee for directing and producing ‘Precious.' Donated $3,000 to Democrats.
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Andrew Kosove: Best Picture nominee for producing ‘The Blind Side.' Donated $3,200 to Republicans.
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Broderick Johnson: Best Picture nominee for producing ‘The Blind Side.' Donated $5,950 to Democrats.
Morgan Freeman: Best Actor nominee for ‘Invictus.' Donated $7,400 to Democrats.
John Landau: Best Picture nominee (on left) for producing 'Avatar.' Donated $10,600 to Democrats.
Maggie Gyllenhaal: Best Supporting Actress nominee for ‘Crazy Heart.' Donated $11,000 to Democrats.
James Cameron: Director and Best Picture nominee for producing and directing ‘Avatar.' Donated $14,000 to Democrats and the Republican Party of California.
Ivan Reitman: Best Picture nominee for producing ‘Up in the Air.' Donated $47,907 to Democrats.
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George Clooney: Best Actor nominee for ‘Up in the Air.' Donated $57,000 to Democrats.
Jeff Bridges: Best Actor nominee for ‘Crazy Heart.' Donated $64,800 to Democrats.
Lawrence Bender: Best Picture nominee for producing Inglourious Basterds.' Donated $65,100 to Democrats.
Matt Damon: Best Supporting Actor nominee for ‘Invictus.’ Donated $106,000 to Democrats.
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