The Season 2 cast of The West Wing.
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Back in June, show creator Aaron Sorkin also spoke out against Donald Trump.

By Oliver Gettell and Entertainment Weekly
September 22, 2016

This article originally appeared on EW.com.

Stars of The West Wing are reuniting to hit the campaign trail—this time for a real-life presidential candidate.

A decade after the NBC political drama concluded, cast members Richard Schiff (Toby), Allison Janney (C.J.), Bradley Whitford (Josh), Dulé Hill (Charlie), Joshua Malina (Will), and Mary McCormack (Kate) are set to stump for Hillary Clinton in Ohio.

The Clinton campaign announced Wednesday that the six actors will participate in grassroots organizing events across the battleground state this weekend, discussing why they support the Democratic nominee and urging Ohioans to register to vote.

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This isn’t the first time someone from the West Wing family has backed Clinton: Back in June, show creator and executive producer Aaron Sorkin spoke out against Donald Trump and said the fictional President Bartlet (Martin Sheen) would surely endorse Clinton. Sheen also appears in a star-studded anti-Trump video released Wednesday.

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