Best New Fundraising Idea of the Day

If you’re looking for a creative way to contribute to President Obama’s reelection campaign but you aren’t about to get married, Mila Kunis may help you get inspired. In an interview with Glamour, she talked about how she can’t talk about her preferred method of raising money for the president: spray-painting stuff that doesn’t belong to her. Here’s what she told the magazine:  

Glamour: Do you fund-raise for Obama?

Mila Kunis: More like street-art-based stuff in Los Angeles that I can’t talk about . . . because I’m pretty sure it’s illegal.

Glamour: You graffiti?

Mila Kunis: Mm-hmm. I’d rather do that. I don’t need attention for it. What I truly believe in I will do privately.

Who knows? Maybe thanks to Kunis’s dedication to her art, the president will be able to win L.A.

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