Tina Daunt is a Los Angeles-based journalist with years of experience covering politics, social justice, philanthropy and the entertainment industry. In the lead-up to the 2008 presidential election, Daunt wrote the Los Angeles Times’ popular Cause Celebre column, the first regular newspaper column to specialize in the intersection of Hollywood and politics with an emphasis on the industry’s critical role in fundraising for candidates and causes. She is currently The Hollywood Reporter's contributing editor for politics. @tinadaunt
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