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Jennifer Lawrence is raffling off a wine tasting rendezvous “to help stop political corruption in America.”
Represent.us launched an online campaign this week with Lawrence to help fund “the next big wave of anti-corruption victories.” The organization’s overall mission is working to “pass state and local anti-corruption laws that stop political bribery, end secret money and fix our broken elections.”
For $10, contest participants will be entered in for a chance to attend a wine tasting outing in California with Lawrence.
Lawrence is an outspoken critic of Trump and penned an open-letter on Vice following his presidential victory. The letter urged voters to “not be defeated” and to use Hillary Clinton as an inspiration.
Want to get drunk and talk politics with Jennifer Lawrence?
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Jennifer Lawrence is offering fans a chance to get drunk with her by donating to anti-political-corruption group.
The 27-year-old Hunger Games actress is using the fundraising site Omaze to raise money for Represent.us, a company which aims to pass anti-corruption laws in United States government.
Lawrence is a board member of the company, and told Vogue‘s September issue, “If you’re a Republican, if you’re liberal, it doesn’t matter.”
The prize includes a flight to California for two, a stay in a four-star hotel and a wine-tasting picnic with Lawrence herself.
“Hey, you. You want to help stop political corruption in America… and drink a ton of wine?’ she asks in the three minute clip.
“Well, you’ve come to the right video… It’ll be great. We’ll hang out, drink some wine, talk politics, drink wine, maybe we’ll call your ex, maybe we’ll call my ex… who knows? The point is, we’ll have fun.”
The campaign ends next month.
On Monday, Lawrence took to Facebook to share images of white supremacists marching in Charlottesville, holding up Nazi flags and giving the Nazi salute.
“These are the faces of hate. Look closely and post anyone you find. You can’t hide with the internet you pathetic cowards!” she wrote.