Can One Vote Really Change A Presidential Election?

July 28, 2008 By:
Can One Vote Really Change A Presidential Election?

Can one vote really change a Presidential Election? According to Disney's latest flick “Swing Vote,” it can!

Kevin Costner who takes on the role of Bud Johnson, an ordinary guy who gives the candidates a reason to run. In a remarkable turn-of-events, the result of the presidential election comes down to one man's vote, Bud Johnson's.

Hollyscoop hit the Hollywood movie premiere which brought out Kevin Costner,Paula Abdul,Gary Busey, Madeline Carroll, Robin Thicke, Kelsey Grammer, Quentin Tarantino, Nathan Lane, Emhrys Cooper, Jo De La Rosa, and Slade Smiley among others.

We asked the stars the big question lurking in our head, "does one vote really matter?" Costner said, “It doesn’t seem like it does sometimes. I even have to admit that by yourself you don’t feel like that. You start feeling like you are apart of all these people, then you realize that all these people here if they did vote they do make a difference.”

“When you fill apart of a whole you can make a difference, I think the trick is to not feel so isolated.”

Political Analyst Arianna Huffington, who also stars in the film agreed, “Yes absolutely, because you never know which election will be too close to call.”

What are you're thoughts? Can one vote really make a difference?

In the meantime, check out our special video coverage from the red carpet below. Enjoy!