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Poll: Which Fictional Character Would You Vote for President or Prime Minister?

Another year, another election in the USA. Just for fun, and no serious politics here, which fictional character would you vote for president? Qualifications: 1) it can not be a fictional president in the movies. 2) Can not be a real president or a real president portrayed by an actor. 3) Can not be an actor who later ran for president. (Sorry, but no Ronald Reagan or Pat Paulson roles). 4) It can not be a fictional character running for President. 5) The character CAN meet presidents in their films. 6) Make up the name of the FICTIONAL party he represents. (No suggestion will be considered without that!) Who would you vote for? Nominate your candidate here at this convention and name the party he is the candidate for.

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    Tom Hanks in Forrest Gump (1994)

    Forrest Gump. The “Life is like a box of chocolates” candidate.
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    Gary Cooper in Meet John Doe (1941)

    Long John “John Doe” Willoughby. “The average joe (guy) - the common man” candidate. (Believe it, or not, it used to be an honor to be called that. It was the average Joe or common man who won WW2.)
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    Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry (1971)

    ‘Dirty’ Harry Callahan, the “I don’t care who and what you are! Liberal or conservative, rich or poor, or what race you are, if you break the law, I’ll arrest you, punk” candidate. Slogan:”Go Ahead! Make My Day!”
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    Peter Sellers in Being There (1979)

    Chance, the Gardener, the Garden party candidate.
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    Sylvester Stallone in Judge Dredd (1995)

    Judge Dredd, the “I am the law” candidate.
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    Shirley MacLaine in Guarding Tess (1994)

    Tess Carlisle, “The First Wives Party” candidate. Not to be confused with The First Wives Club (1996).
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    Sean Connery in Dr. No (1962)

    James Bond, 007, the “Governments change... the lies stay the same.”* candidate. * a quote from GoldenEye (1995).
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    Judi Dench in Spectre (2015)

    M, The “Even after I’m dead, I’m still giving orders” candidate.
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    Patrick Stewart in Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987)

    Capt. Jean-Luc Picard, the “Things are only impossible until they are not” candidate. (suggested by CyrilMartin)
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    Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight (2008)

    Joker, "Burn The World Party" Slogan: The World is Burning Anyway; Let's Hurry Things Along. (Suggested by Nygma.)
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    Josh Brolin in Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

    Thanos, “The Malthusian Party“ candidate (Suggested by Nygma.)
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    Lena Headey in Game of Thrones (2011)

    Cersei Lannister, The “North American Familial Lovers Association (NAFLA)” candidate. (Suggested by Nygma.)
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    James Mason in Lolita (1962)

    Prof. Humbert Humbert, the “Lolita Party” candidate. (Suggested by Nygma.)
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    Bruce Willis in Die Hard (1988)

    John McClane, The “Welcome To The Party Pal Party” (W.T.T.P.P.P) candidate. (Suggested by karen_palermo.)
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    Hugo Weaving in V for Vendetta (2005)

    V, The “V” party candidate. Slogan: Strength Through Unity, Unity Through Faith. (Suggested by BonaFideBOSS.)
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    Edward Woodward in A Christmas Carol (1984)

    The Ghost of Christmas Present, the “Anti-Malthusian Party” candidate. Slogans:
    • “Decrease the “Surplus Population!” ... Forbear that wicked cant!”
    • ““Beware this boy”, Ignorance!”
    • “Merry Christmas”
    (Explanation: In the 19th century, Thomas Malthus wrote his views on over-population and poverty that Charles Dickens had a severe negative reaction too. Malthus coined the words that Dickens had Scrooge quote, “Surplus population”.)
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    Ian McKellen in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012)

    Gandalf, the “PLME’’ - (Party for the Liberation of Middle Earth) candidate. Slogan - None Shall Pass. (Suggested by GetCasting and BonaFideBOSS.)
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    Peter Dinklage in Game of Thrones (2011)

    Tyrion Lannister - ‘’PDD’’ - Party for Dragon Disarmament Candidate. Slogan - My Soul is Taller than my Shadow (Suggested by GetCasting).
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    Irène Jacob in Three Colors: Red (1994)

    Valentine Dussaut, the Fraternité Party (As in the national motto of France, “Liberté, égalité, fraternité”) candidate. (Suggested by cinephile.)
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    Michael Gambon in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)

    Prof. Albus Dumbledore, Party name: Hogwarts Party of Witchcraft and Wizardry

    Slogan: 1. It is important to fight and fight again, and keep fighting, for only then can evil be kept at bay though never quite eradicated. OR 2. Abracadabra (suggested by BonaFideBOSS.)

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    Elijah Wood in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)

    Frodo, The One Ring party candidate. Slogan, “The one who had the courage to carry the master ring to it’s place of destruction in Mordor” (inspired by BonaFideBOSS’s suggestion)
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    Keira Knightley and Rosamund Pike in Pride & Prejudice (2005)

    Elizabeth Bennett, the “Sense & Sensibility vs Pride & Prejudice Party” candidate. Slogan - Leave our sisters alone. (Suggested by GetCasting).
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    Gene Wilder in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)

    “The Candyman” Willy Wonka, “The Face of a Thousand MEMES” party candidate. Slogans - “*We* are the music makers... and *we* are the dreamers of dreams.”
    • “So shines a good deed in a weary world.”
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    Henry Fonda in 12 Angry Men (1957)

    Juror No. 8, The Critical Thinking Party (suggested by jeorj_euler)
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    Ian McKellen in X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)

    Erik “Magneto” Lehnsherr, the “ Eugenics Part candidate. Slogan: Some humans are more equal than others. (Suggested by Nygma.)
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    Mike Myers in Shrek (2001)

    Shrek, “The Green Party“ candidate. Slogan: Fix the Wreck, Vote for Shrek. (Suggested by BonaFideBOSS.)
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    Steve Whitmire in The Muppets. (2015)

    Kermit The Frog, “The Muppet Party” candidate Slogan: It is not easy being green.” (Suggested by Peter_pbn.)
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    Colin Firth in Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014)

    Harry Hart, the “Kingsman” candidate Slogan: Sorry! But that is top secret! (Suggested by olliecurtis.)
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    Jodi Eichelberger in LazyTown (2002)

    Stingy, the “Lazytown” candidate (Suggested by Cinephile.)
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    Tony Todd in Final Destination (2000)

    Willaim Bludworth, “The Fate Party” candidate. (Suggested by jeorj_euler.)
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    Damon Wayans in Major Payne (1995)

    Maj. Benson Winifred Payne, “The Disciplinary Party” candidate. (Suggested by jeorj_euler.)
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    Gene Hackman in The Conversation (1974)

    Harry Caul, “The Privacy Party” candidate. (Suggested by jeorj_euler.)
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    Matt Damon in Good Will Hunting (1997)

    Will Hunting, the “Educational Party” candidate. (Suggested by jeorj_euler.)
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    Robert Downey Jr. in Iron Man 2 (2010)

    Tony “Ironman” Stark, “Justice Avengers League” candidate. Running mate: Bruce “The Batman” Wayne. (Suggested by Nygma.)
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    Jesse Eisenberg in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)

    Lex Luther, “The Rabid Injustice League” Candidate. Running Mate: Victor Doom (Suggested by Nygma.)

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