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'HSM' Stars Talk About U.S. Presidential Election

October 14, 2008 (9:49 am) GMT
Unlike Zac Efron who won't reveal which presidential candidate he's voting for, Corbin Bleu openly admits he's a Barack Obama supporter.

Reaching the age of consent to be able to vote in the highly anticipated U.S. presidential election this coming November, cast of Disney's "High School Musical" break their silence over getting able to vote for the first time. , , and Matt Prokop have all shared their political views with Hollyscoop.

Unlike Zac who declined to share about which candidate he will vote for, Bleu willingly shared he's voting for Barack Obama. "I am registered to vote, and I'm a Barack Obama supporter," the young actor proudly said.

Apparently trying to act neutral about politics, Zac was cited as stating, "I'm registered to vote and I'm gonna encourage voting, but I'm not gonna encourage anyone to vote for a particular candidate." Fellow "HSM" star, Matt, jokingly added, "I'd like to see John McCain do Zac's solo Scream."

Bleu and Zac were last seen attending the premiere of "" at Leicester Square, in London, England on October 7. Met by hundreds of screaming fans, they were joined by co-stars and among others.

"High School Musical 3: Senior Year" is slated to hit the theaters next Friday, October 24. As for the U.S. presidential election, it will be held on November 4.


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