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HOH’s One-Minute Recess: Gone to the Dogs

Celebrities might wax political all the time, but actress and animal lover Wendie Malick has put her political beliefs to use this election cycle.

The “Hot in Cleveland” star, an ardent supporter of animal rights, recently narrated a campaign ad supporting Democratic Rep. Betty Sutton for re-election in Ohio.

The comedic actress’s recognizably deep voice can be heard saying, “Dog fighting is a vicious, barbaric, criminal activity. Betty Sutton stood up and said enough,” as images of animals flash across the screen.

The 30-second ad is a part of a $400,000 campaign by the Humane Society Legislative Fund. Malick also provided voice-overs for other animal-friendly candidates such as Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) and Rep. Mary Bono Mack (R-Calif.).

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