Lindsay Lohan Back To BFFs With Mom Dina, Voting For Mitt Romney Out Of Concern Over 'Unemployment'

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Lindsay Lohan arrives at Mr. Pink Ginseng Drink Launch Party on October 11, 2012 in Beverly Hills, Calif. -- Getty Images
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Lindsay Lohan arrives at Mr. Pink Ginseng Drink Launch Party on October 11, 2012 in Beverly Hills, Calif. …

Just two days after Lindsay Lohan got into an altercation with her mother, Dina Lohan (which culminated in a frantic call to 911), the actress says she and her mom are back on track.

Access Hollywood caught up with the "Liz & Dick" star at a promotional event for Mr. Pink's Ginseng Drink in Beverly Hills on Thursday night, where Lindsay refused to discuss the fight as she and Dina are besties, once again.

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"I'm not gonna rehash it for my mom's sake because, yes, my mom's my best friend," LiLo told Access, when asked about their argument.

While Dina and her daughter may be back on good terms, Lindsay didn't seemed thrilled with dad Michael Lohan, who released a tape of her phone call to him on the night of the fight.

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"I don't have any reason to speak to [my dad]," when asked if things were "OK" with her father.

Family drama aside, politicos can breathe a bit easier now as Lindsay said she's keeping up with the Presidential race and has chosen one lucky (?) candidate to support.

While the 26-year-old frequently reTweets posts from Obama's Twitter account, LiLo said she's voting for Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

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"I just think employment is really important right now," Lindsay told E! News at the event, when asked if she is "keeping up with the election."

"So, as of now, Mitt Romney [has my vote]," she continued.

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The actress was also happy to dish about her new, bright red 'do (which she debuted on the pink carpet).

"It's actually the wrong color than it's supposed to be," she told Access. "But it's the color of my natural hair and it will get there."

-- Erin O'Sullivan

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