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Keeping Stars Bright Politically; From Norman Lear to Rob Reiner, activists who want to effect change hire experts in the field, some of whom once worked in the White House.
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Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Subjects: Presidential elections; Celebrities; Entertainment industry; Actors; Politics
Author: O'Connor, Anne-Marie
Date: Nov 1, 2000
Start Page: B.1
Section: Metro; PART- B; PART-; Metro Desk
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[Richard Dreyfuss] has already supported [Al Gore] in important swing states such as Michigan and New Jersey, and [Donna Bojarsky] is helping him prepare a trip to Maine. [Robert Redford]'s political assistant is fielding a flurry of requests. And [Rob Reiner]'s political czar is organizing Reiner-hosted celebrity tours of get-out-the-vote rallies across America.

Chad Griffin, 27, went to work for Rob Reiner after he met the director while serving as White House liaison for Reiner's 1995 film "The American President." Griffin was headed for a State Department job when Reiner asked him to head up the Reiner Foundation, a pro- children charity. Griffin said he devotes half his time to Reiner political initiatives, from ballot drives to the presidential race.

Caption: PHOTO: At Democratic National Convention meeting, Richard Dreyfuss talks with a fellow delegate, state Supt. of Public Instruction Delaine Eastin.; PHOTOGRAPHER: Associated Press; PHOTO: Donna Bojarsky, Richard Dreyfuss' political advisor, talks at her office at the old United Artists studios.; PHOTOGRAPHER: RICK MEYER / Los Angeles Times

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