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Natalie, in a new video for President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign, talks about Ohio and her connection to the state. Her mom grew up in Cincinnati and her grandmother still lives here. “We know that Ohio will be a deciding factor.”
Natalie campaigned for President Barack Obama at a rally highlighting the administration’s policies that supporters say benefit women.
Portman and former Ohio first lady Frances Strickland were among the speakers at an Obama campaign event held at the Cincinnati Museum Center on Wednesday, September 19.
“And so we really see a stark difference between a President who wants to expand our middle class through education, and a candidate, Mitt Romney, who wants to expand it through trickle down economics,” Portman told the crowd.
Natalie was quick to note the difference in policy between President Obama and Republicans when it comes to a woman right to chose.
“Paul Ryan co-sponsored a bill with Akin, the Congressman who made those comments about rape, they sponsored a bill using the term forcible rape for the first time, to distinguish between types of rape because we know some rapes are not forcible, which makes no sense,” says Portman.
Natalie will hit the campaign trail on President Barack Obama’s behalf Saturday at a rally in Las Vegas. Portman will join a pair of Obama insiders, political strategist Valerie Jarrett and Democratic activist Cecilia Munoz, for a Nevada event designed to get women to vote. The event will be held at the historic 5th Street School Auditorium.
“President Obama fights for women every day, and I am proud to stand with him on behalf of women and girls across the country,” Natalie said. “The president has proven that he is a strong advocate for women and a defender of the issues that are important to women and their families, from affordable health care to fair pay and quality public education.”
After taking some much-deserved time off following her Best Actress Oscar win for Black Swan and the birth of her child, Natalie is beginning to line up a slate of upcoming projects. She’s set to star in two new Terrence Malick films and she’ll return for Thor 2, and now she’s attached herself to star in and produce a wildly interesting project called Jane Got a Gun. Natalie will play a woman whose outlaw husband returns home to the farm with eight bullets in him, and barely alive. To save her farm and her children, Jane must reach out to an ex-lover she hasn’t seen in years, so that she is ready when her husband’s gang tracks him there. They want to finish him off.
Natalie visited the Audrey Hepburn Children’s House on Friday (May 4) in Hackensack, New Jersey. She was joined by Audrey’s son Sean Ferrer for the event to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the location’s opening. Natalie serves as an honorary godmother and an advisory board member for the charity, which helps abused and neglected children.