‘Parks and Recreation’ to help Wisconsin Democrats reunite to ensure Trump loses’


The cast of NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” has reemerged in this upcoming election in an effort to assist Democrats in the swing state of Wisconsin.

The cast of popular sitcoms that ended in 2015 are getting back to raising money for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin. Cast members Amy Poehler, Adam Scott, Aubrey Plaza, Retta, Nick Offerman, Jim O’Hir, and series co-creator Michael Schur will join forces for a livestream event that will be open to anyone who would like the organization to Donates less $ 1. Although a donation of $ 27 is suggested, the livestream will be open to anyone until they are ready to donate something to the organization.

“Whatever you donate will be used to ensure that Trump loses Wisconsin, and thus the White House,” wrote the RSVP’s page for the event.

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Titled “A Parks and RES Town Hall”, the event promises a special surprise guest in addition to the returning cast as well as Q&A with the cast.

The cast of NBC’s ‘Parks and Recreation’ has regrouped to help the Wisconsin Democrats.
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This is not the first time that the “Parks and RES” cast have come back together as the show has taken its final bow. In April the entire cast reunited from their respective quarantines for a script-specific episode in which the characters talked about how everyone is personally dealing with the COVID-19 epidemic. Proceeding from the special episode benefited the coronovirus relief efforts.

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However, the “Parks and REC” gang is not the only cast reunion to help Wisconsin Democrats in the upcoming election. Stars Carrie Elwes, Robin Wright, Carol Kane, Chris Sarandon, Mandy Patinkin, Wallace Shawn, Billy Crystal and director Rob Rainer are coming together on September 13 for a virtual script reading of the 1987 classic The Princess Bride. “He will also have a Q&A segment organized by comedian Patton Oswalt.

In a statement released through the party, Elwes said: “I think most people know by now that Donald Trump fully performed his duties as president to represent and stand up to all Americans He has failed to protect the country from COVID: 19 and as a result, he is responsible for the devastating chaos, violence and economic collapse we are now experiencing. “

The cast of 'The Princess Bride' will return to read a script.

The cast of ‘The Princess Bride’ will return to read a script.
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“If there is a real chance for medicine in America, then we should get rid of Trump. And this is only possible when we win Wisconsin. According to the actor’s conclusion, I am thrilled to be part of this rare reunion of my colleagues from “The Princess Bride”, which will determine America’s fate.

Fox News’ Melissa Roberto contributed to this report.