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FORMER PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES:

2012 REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES:

The 2 guvs
      

Fmr. Governor Tim Pawlenty

“Mitt Romney is running for president, and I am proud to endorse him.

“Alone among the contenders, he possesses the unique qualifications to confront and master our severe economic predicament. His abiding faith in our country's exceptional historical position as a beacon of freedom will make him the most important leader in a world that depends upon a strong America to stay at peace...

“He's formulated an economic plan—a set of alternatives to the government-oriented programs that Barack Obama has put in place—that is unparalleled in the history of American electoral campaigns. By pressing for fundamental change in the way that Washington taxes and spends, issues regulations, uses energy, interacts with our major trading partners, and deals with our labor force, he fully envisions a way to place America back on the path toward rapid economic growth and full employment.

“And at his core, Mitt Romney is a man of great character... He is a formidable person, and he will certainly be a formidable president...

“I am proud to stand with Mitt. Will you join me?”

» More quotes from Governor Pawlenty




“From the fresh Fox News Poll on the Republican presidential contest:


“Mitt Romney (22%) and Newt Gingrich (23%) are effectively tied on top...


“Republicans find Mitt Romney the most likeable candidate (26%), the one with the best experience to be an effective president (59%), the one with the most integrity (55%) and the one candidate of the eight with the best chance of defeating President Obama (37%). (Gingrich was a distant second at 18% and Cain right behind at 17%.)


“[Against Obama] Romney is the only Republican to emerge victorious, 44-42%.” News.Investors.com - Nov 17, 2011

Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI)

“McCotter said Romney's business background played a large role in his decision to endorse him and that he thought the former Massachusetts governor was "the most electable candidate." ”

» More quotes from presidential candidates and presidents

(Including from the two most recent Republican presidents and Senator McCain.)


INDEPENDENT:

Ross Perot

"Perot says he intends to vote for Mitt Romney in the Texas Republican primary on March 4, citing Romney's experience in business and his family values."

Ross Perot was a third-party presidential candidate in 1992, getting 19% of the general election vote.

DEMOCRAT:

Howard Dean
Howard
Dean
    

"Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean said Thursday he feared his party's nominee facing Mitt Romney in the general election more than any other candidate." (CNN)

Howard Dean was "An early front-runner in the 2004 Democratic Presidential nomination," the second longest serving governor of Vermont, and is the Democrat Party's national Chairman, a post he held from 2005 to 2009.   Wikipedia - Howard Dean

» More articles and video of Dems fearing to face Romney


MITT ROMNEY HAS THE MOST SUPPORT AMONG PUBLIC FIGURES:

As of Jan 20, 2012

(As per race42012.com)

  • Group 1: Sitting Governors
  • Group 2: Current U.S. Senators and Representatives
  • Group 3: Current Lt Governors, Attorney Generals, other notable statewide officeholders
  • Group 4: Former Governors, U.S. Senators, and U.S. Representatives
  • Group 5: RNC Members

Group I Group II Group III Group IV Group V
Romney 6 71 16 36 19
Gingrich 2 9 - 1 -
Paul - 3 - - -
Santorum - 2 - - 1


SAMPLE STATEMENTS AND ENDORSEMENTS OF MITT ROMNEY:

Governor Chris Christie

Governor Christie said, “This is the most important election in generations. Whether we are able to fix our economy and get our country on the right track will have ramifications for decades. We cannot afford to continue on our current path. Mitt Romney has a life history of coming into struggling organizations and turning them around. Right now, we need someone like him in the White House to fundamentally change our economy and reverse three years of failed policies. Unlike our current president, Mitt Romney understands the economy from the inside out. Fixing the economy will not be easy, but Mitt has shown throughout his life that he has the leadership ability and expertise to lead our country toward a recovery. Republicans should recognize the importance of this election and realize that if they are serious about regaining the White House, Mitt Romney is the only candidate to back.”

(Classic Chris Christie telling it like it is)   2:40 excerpt


Chrisinte O’Donnell
Christine O’Donnell

   

Christine O’Donnell

Christine O’Donnell, the former Republican Senate candidate and a tea party favorite during the 2010 election, has officially endorsed Mitt Romney for president...

“I’m very happy,” she added. “This is not anti-[Newt] Gingrich or anyone else, it’s a pro Gov. Romney endorsement...

O’Donnell made clear that the Romney campaign did not “come to her,” and that she went to the campaign. She said she would be willing to go out and campaign for Romney.

Announcing her support, Christine O’Donnell said, “For me, this endorsement comes down to trust. I am endorsing Governor Romney because I trust him to do the right thing. He has the strength of conviction to do the right thing regardless of opposition. America needs a president who is not a Washington Insider. America needs a president who hasn't been playing the game for the last three decades. America needs a president who can turn our economy around, put Americans back to work, and will lead with stability, integrity and the values that we hold dear. I am confident Mitt Romney will be that president.”

Christine O’Donnell, the former Republican Senate candidate and a Tea Party favorite during the 2010 election, said in an exclusive interview with ABC News that she has not only given money to presidential candidate Mitt Romney but also says she doesn’t think he is getting a “getting a fair shake” from those within her own movement...

“I hope the fact that I stood up to the liberal establishment within my own party gives me the bona fides among conservatives to say this,” said O’Donnell. “I find the tone and nastiness of some of the things circulating around the internet about Romney extremely offensive.” ...

“Yes, I contributed to Romney,” she said. “While I am still undecided, I am leaning more and more towards Romney. Voters are craving strong leadership, Romney has it.”

“Right now, I’m 70 percent behind Romney,” she said. “I will absolutely max out if he’s the nominee.”

“It’s almost like we conservatives have to apologize for it, but we like him,” said O’Donnell of those in the Tea Party movement who favor Romney...

“In the midst of such turmoil and uncertainty, it’s comforting that he’s strong, solid and stands as an unmovable Oak tree in the middle of a raging storm.”

TEA PARTY ENDORSEMENTS »


Saul Anuzis, Michigan Republican National Committeeman

(also former Michigan Republican Party Chair)

“I have decided to publicly endorse and actively work in support of Mitt Romney’s effort to seek the Republican nomination for President of the United States. There are four primary reasons for my support:

“ONE: He is uniquely qualified to serve as President – no one is better prepared.

“TWO: He can beat Barack Obama in November, early polls showing his strength.

“THREE: He is a strong leader & has a vision to make America strong & prosperous.

“FOUR: Mitt Romney will make Michigan competitive for Republicans in 2012 on the day he wins the nomination.”


John Sununu
    

fmr Governor John H. Sununu

“I’m supporting Governor Romney because he is a solid conservative who is committed to reducing taxes, cutting spending and preserving America’s military strength. Mitt has served as a governor, had a successful career in the private sector, and acquired the executive experience needed to turn around our economy and fix our broken government,” said Governor Sununu. “He has demonstrated that he is the strongest candidate to take on President Obama in 2012 and restore fiscal sanity to Washington.”

“I endorsed him because he is the best one running to be president as a conservative Republican President... He's the best man running, he's the best man to win and we need this today...

“It's clear he understands that national security is the principle responsibility of the presidency. A very strong Ronald Reagan peace through strength position. He's committed to cutting spending... He's committed to repealing Obamacare. He's right on the issues I care about like making sure we don't get cap and trade. He kept Massachusetts out of the regional greenhouse gas initiative. He's right on the family issues. I'm very comfortable with Mitt Romney as a conservative Republican presidential candidate and as a conservative Republican President...

“Mitt Romney served as a governor. I am absolutely convinced that governors make the best presidents, ala Ronald Reagan or if you're on the liberal side, FDR... Mitt Romney has been on the business side. He's had to make decisions in reducing business bureaucracies as well as government bureaucracies...

“I feel very strongly that he is the best man to be president... Mitt Romney will come out I'm absolutely convinced, as the winner, and frankly, go on to be a great conservative president to fix the mess we have.”

(PRI's The Take Away - Oct 25, 2011)


About 3 dozen Reagan Coalition Members

“Supporters of Ronald Reagan are supporting Mitt Romney because he is the best chance conservatives have to return to the prosperous Reagan years. His economic plan will unleash job-creation in the private sector, his trade policies will open markets around the world, and he will stand up to countries that have pledged to destroy our allies. Mitt Romney will restore faith in our country in much the same way Ronald Reagan did thirty years ago.” — Ambassador Gerald P. Carmen

Ambassador Carmen served on Ronald Reagan's 1980 campaign and then as an Assistant Secretary of State, Ambassador, and other positions under President Reagan.

Nearly 3 dozen Reagan coalition members have joined Ambassador Carmen in this statement of support for Mitt Romney.

These people served in Reagan's campaign and/or served under him as cabinet members, Ambassadors, Attorney Generals, a judge and so forth:

Many of the people in Ronald Reagan's inner circle have come out in favor of Mitt Romney, including the people who managed and worked on Reagan's campaigns, members of his cabinet, and friends and political appointees.

These people include John Bolton, Bay Buchanan, James Baker, and many others.

REAGAN COALITION MEMBERS WHO HAVE ENDORSED MITT ROMNEY »


Ronald Reagan administration leaders

Conference Call with 4 Reagan officials:

Ambassador Rich Williamson:

“I guess I’d just open by saying all four of us feel that it was an honor and a privilege to serve with President Reagan, to know him, and to support his transformational presidency. And we see in Mitt Romney many of the same characteristics of a steady hand, reliability, consistency. And I think that Speaker Gingrich, by exaggerating his role in the Reagan Revolution, evinces an effort to be grandiose and for political reasons, try to overstate the role he played in supporting Ronald Reagan. He was a backbencher. He took opportunities to criticize President Reagan’s efforts to the four of us, who all were involved in foreign policy matters and defense matters.”

Secretary John Lehman:

“Well, first, the reason that I have been actively supporting Governor Romney is I’ve spent a lot of time with him. And he is, without question, the Republican who really gets it in defense. He has a strategic mindset. He understands the way of the world works. And he understands the importance of strong deterrence. He has been able to grasp, I think very quickly, what is so severely wrong with the way we’re procuring weapons, which is just out of control and is unilaterally disarming us.”

Dov Zakheim:

“What attracted me to Governor Romney frankly is that he’s grounded. I mean this is a person who really has both feet planted on the ground. Who’s very practical, who understands national security, who understands international relations, who knows the importance of our allies, who knows why a defense posture that is viable and strong is critical, not only to deterring enemies but frankly to reassuring allies. And they’re both very, very important. And that’s why he supports a strong national defense posture.”

Ambassador Gerald P. Carmen:

“Who has the judgment to be president? Certainly Governor Romney has shown over and over again as others have said that he’s knowledgeable, calm, strong, he has it all.”

• Ambassador Rich Williamson – Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs 1988-1989; Special Assistant to the President and Deputy to the White House Chief of Staff 1981; Assistant to the President for Intergovernmental Affairs, the White House 1981-83; US Ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency and the UN Offices in Vienna, Austria 1983-85

• John Lehman was Secretary of the Navy under Ronald Reagan, from 1981-1987. (John Lehman)

• Dov S. Zakheim spent 6 years in the Reagan administration, including a Deputy Undersecretary of Defense from 1985-1987. He was the Undersecretary of Defense from 2001-2004. (Dov Zakheim)

• Ambassador Gerald P. Carmen – Ronald Reagan 1980 Campaign; Administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration from 1981-1984; U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva 1984-1986

CONSERVATIVES WHO HAVE ENDORSED MITT ROMNEY »


U.S. CONGRESSMEN ENDORSING MITT ROMNEY (2012 PRIMARY):

 (List updated May 19, 2012)

  • 01. Rep. Mike Rogers (R-AL) [Alabama]
  • 02. Rep. Martha Roby (R-AL)
  • 03. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL)
  • 04. Rep. Jo Bonner (R-AL)
  • 05. Rep. Spencer Bachus (R-AL)
  • 06. Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL)
  • 07. Fmr. Rep. Jack Edwards (R-AL)
  • 08. Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) [Alaska]
  • 09. Rep. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) [Arizona]
  • 10. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ)
  • 11. Sen. Jon Kyl (R-AZ)
  • 12. Rep. Tim Griffin (R-AR) [Arkansas]
  • 13. Rep. Steve Womack (R-AR)
  • 14. Fmr. Rep. Asa Hutchinson (R-AR)
  • 15. Rep. Kevin McCarthy- House Majority Whip (R-CA) [California]
  • 16. Rep. John Campbell (R-CA)
  • 17. Rep. Wally Herger (R-CA)
  • 18. Rep. Buck McKeon (R-CA)
  • 19. Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA)
  • 20. Rep. Bono Mack (R-CA)
  • 21. Rep. Jerry Lewis (R-CA)
  • 22. Rep. Ken Calvert (R-CA)
  • 23. Rep. Brian Bilbray (R-CA)
  • 24. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA)
  • 25. Rep. Jeff Denham (R-CA)
  • 26. Fmr. Sen. (and Gov.) Pete Wilson (R-CA)
  • 27. Fmr. Sen. Hank Brown (R-CO) [Colorado]
  • 28. Fmr. Sen. Wayne Allard (R-CO)
  • 29. Fmr. Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell (R-CO)
  • 30. Fmr. Rep. Bob Beauprez (R-CO)
  • 31. Fmr. Speaker of the House Tom Foley (R-CT) [Connecticut-Delaware]
  • 32. Fmr. Rep. Rob Simmons (R-CT)
  • 33. Fmr. Rep. Larry DeNardis (R-CT)
  • 34. Rep. Jeff Miller (R-FL) [Florida]
  • 35. Rep. Ander Crenshaw (R-FL)
  • 36. Rep. Connie Mack (R-FL)
  • 37. Rep. Tom Rooney (R-FL)
  • 38. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL)
  • 39. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL)
  • 40. Rep. John Mica (R-FL)
  • 41. Rep. Sandy Adams (R-FL)
  • 42. Rep. Dennis Ross (R-FL)
  • 43. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)
  • 44. Fmr. Sen. Mel Martinez (R-FL)
  • 45. Fmr. Sen. Connie Mack III (R-FL)
  • 46. Fmr. Rep. Clay Shaw (R-FL)
  • 47. Fmr. Rep. Dave Weldon (R-FL)
  • 48. Fmr. Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart (R-FL)
  • 49. Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) [Georgia]
  • 50. Rep. Jack Kingston (R-GA)
  • 51. Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-GA)
  • 52. Rep. Lynn Westmoreland (R-GA)
  • 53. Rep. Austin Scott (R-GA)
  • 54. Fmr. House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA)
  • 55. Fmr. Rep. Bob Barr (R-GA)
  • 56. Fmr. Rep. Charles Djou (R-HI) [Hawaii]
  • 57. Sen. Jim Risch (R-ID) [Idaho]
  • 58. Rep. Mike Simpson (R-ID)
  • 59. Fmr. Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert (R-IL) [Illinois]
  • 60. Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL)
  • 61. Rep. Aaron Schock (R-IL)
  • 62. Rep. Judy Biggert (R-IL)
  • 63. Rep. Robert Dold (R-IL)
  • 64. Rep. John Shimkus (R-IL)
  • 65. Rep. Todd Rokita (R-IN) [Indiana]
  • 66. Fmr. Sen. and Rep. Dan Quayle (R-IN)
  • 67. Fmr. Rep. Dan Dumezich (R-IN)
  • 68. Fmr. Sen. Bob Dole (R-KS) [Kansas]
  • 69. Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-KY) [Kentucky]
  • 70. Rep. Hal Rogers (R-KY)
  • 71. Sen. Mitch McConnell, Senate Minority Leader (R-KY)
  • 72. Rep. Rodney Alexander (R-LA) [Louisiana]
  • 73. Fmr. Rep. Dave Emery (R-ME) [Maine]
  • 74. Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) [Massachusetts]
  • 75. Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI) [Michigan]
  • 76. Fmr. Rep. Vernon Ehlers (R-MI)
  • 77. Fmr. Rep. Joe Knollenberg (R-MI)
  • 78. Rep. Dave Camp (R-MI)
  • 79. Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI)
  • 80. Rep. Bill Huizenga (R-MI)
  • 81. Rep. Dan Benishek (R-MI)
  • 82. Rep. Fred Upton (R-MI)
  • 83. Rep. Tim Walberg (R-MI)
  • 84. Rep. Candice Miller (R-MI)
  • 85. Fmr. Rep. Bill Schuette (now Attorney General) (R-MI)
  • 86. Fmr. Senator Norm Coleman (R-MN) [Minnesota]
  • 87. Rep. Erik Paulsen (R-MN)
  • 88. Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN)
  • 89. Fmr. Rep. Vin Weber (R-MN)
  • 90. Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS) [Mississippi]
  • 91. Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO) [Missouri]
  • 92. Rep. Billy Long (R-MO)
  • 93. Fmr. Sen. Jim Talent (R-MO)
  • 94. Fmr. Sen. John C. Danforth (R-MO)
  • 95. Fmr. Sen. (and Gov, US Attorney Gen.) John Ashcroft (R-MO)
  • 96. Fmr. Sen. Kit Bond (R-MO)
  • 97. Sen. Mike Johanns (R-NE) [Nebraska]
  • 98. Rep. Joe Heck (R-NV) [Nevada]
  • 99. Rep. Mark Amodei (R-NV)
  • 100. Fmr. Rep. Barbara Vucanovich (R-NV)
  • 101. Sen. Dean Heller (R-NV)
  • 102. Fmr. Sen. Judd Gregg (also fmr. Gov) (R-NH) [New Hampshire]
  • 103. Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH)
  • 104. Rep. Charlie Bass (R-NH)
  • 105. Fmr. Rep. Bill Zeliff (R-NH)
  • 106. Rep. Steve Pearce (R-NM) [New Mexico]
  • 107. Rep. Michael Grimm (R-NY) [New York]
  • 108. Rep. Nan Hayworth (R-NY)
  • 109. Rep. Peter King (R-NY)
  • 110. Fmr. Rep. Susan Molinari (R-NY)
  • 111. Fmr. Rep. Guy Molinari (R-NY)
  • 112. Fmr. Rep. Sue Kelly (R-NY)
  • 113. Fmr. Rep. Rick Lazio (R-NY)
  • 114. Rep. Howard Coble (R-NC) [North Carolina]
  • 115. Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-NC)
  • 116. Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-NC)
  • 117. Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC)
  • 118. Fmr. Sen. Elizabeth Dole (R-NC)
  • 119. Sen. John Hoeven (also fmr. Gov) (R-ND) [North Dakota]
  • 120. Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) [Ohio]
  • 121. Fmr. Sen. George Voinovich (R-OH)
  • 122. Rep. John Boehner, House Speaker (R-OH)
  • 123. Rep. Jim Renacci (R-OH)
  • 124. Rep. Mike Turner (R-OH)
  • 125. Rep. Steve LaTourette (R-OH)
  • 126. Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) [Oklahoma]
  • 127. Fmr. Sen. Don Nickles (R-OK)
  • 128. Fmr. Sen. Gordon Smith (R-OR) [Oregon]
  • 129. Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR)
  • 130. Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) [Pennsylvania]
  • 131. Rep. Jim Gerlach (R-PA)
  • 132. Rep. Bill Shuster (R-PA)
  • 133. Rep. Charlie Dent (R-PA)
  • 134. Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick (R-PA)
  • 135. Fmr. Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA)
  • 136. Fmr. Rep. Phil English (R-PA)
  • 137. Fmr. Rep. Tom Ridge (and fmr. Gov.) (R-PA)
  • 138. Fmr. Rep. Ron Machtley (R-RI) [Rhode Island]
  • 139. Fmr. Rep. Tommy Hartnett (R-SC) [South Carolina-South Dakota]
  • 140. Fmr. Rep. Henry Brown (R-SC)
  • 141. Rep. Tim Scott (R-SC)
  • 142. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC)
  • 143. Sen. John Thune (R-SD)
  • 144. Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) [Tennessee]
  • 145. Rep. Jimmy Duncan (R-TN)
  • 146. Rep. Diane Black (R-TN)
  • 147. Rep. Phil Roe (R-TN)
  • 148. Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-TN)
  • 149. Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) [Texas]
  • 150. Rep. Pete Olson (R-TX)
  • 151. Rep. Kay Granger (R-TX)
  • 152. Rep. Mike Conaway (R-TX)
  • 153. Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-TX)
  • 154. Rep. Pete Sessions (R-TX)
  • 155. Rep. John Carter (R-TX)
  • 156. Rep. Sam Johnson (R-TX)
  • 157. Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-TX)
  • 158. Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX)
  • 159. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX)
  • 160. Fmr. Rep. and U.S. President George H.W. Bush (R-TX)
  • 161. Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) [Utah]
  • 162. Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT)
  • 163. Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT)
  • 164. Rep. Rob Bishop (R-UT)
  • 165. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) [Virginia]
  • 166. Fmr. Rep. Tom Davis (R-VA)
  • 167. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) [Washington]
  • 168. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-WA)
  • 169. Rep. Dave Reichert (R-WA)
  • 170. Fmr. Rep. George Nethercutt (R-WA)
  • 171. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) [Wisconsin]
  • 172. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI)
  • 173. Fmr. Rep. Mark Green (R-WI)
  • 174. Rep. Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) [Wyoming]
  • 175. Sen. Mike Enzi (R-WY)
  • 176. Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY)
  • 177. Fmr. Rep., Vice President Dick Cheney (R-WY)


STATE OFFICIALS ENDORSING MITT ROMNEY (2012 PRIMARY):   

 (List updated May 15, 2012)

  • 01. Lt. Governor Kay Ivey (AL) [Alabama]
  • 02. Fmr. Governor Bob Riley (AL)
  • 03. Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard (AL)
  • 04-15. Twelve additional State Representatives (AL)
  • 16. State Senator Cam Ward (AL)
  • 17-18. 2 State Board of Education Members (AL)
  • 19. Lt. Governor Mead Treadwell (AK) [Alaska]
  • --  -----------------------------
  • 19  Alabama & Alaska endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Governor Jan Brewer (AZ) [Arizona]
  • 02. Secretary of State Ken Bennett (AZ)
  • 03. Attorney General Tom Horne (AZ)
  • 04. State Treasurer Doug Ducey (AZ)
  • 05. House Speaker Andy Tobin (AZ)
  • 06. House Majority Leader Steve Court (AZ)
  • 07-21. 15 additional State Representatives (AZ)
  • 22-26. 05 State Senators (AZ)
  • 27. Fmr. House Majority Leader Ernie Baird (AZ)
  • --  --------------------
  • 27  Arizona endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Lt. Governor Mark Darr (AR) [Arkansas]
  • 02. Fmr. Governor (and US Senator) Pete Wilson (CA) (CA) [California]
  • 03. Fmr. Governor George Deukmejian (CA)
  • 04. State Senate Republican Leader Bob Dutton
  • 05-16. 12 additional State Senators (CA)
  • 17. Assembly Republican Leader Connie Conway (CA)
  • 18-23. 6 additional State Assemblymen (CA)
  • 24. Fmr Senate Republican Leader Dick Ackerman (CA)
  • --  --------------------------------
  • 24  Subtotal Arkansas and California
  •  
  • 01. Fmr. Governor Bill Owens (CO) [Colorado]
  • 02. Fmr. Senate Minority Leader Mike Kopp (CO)
  • 03. Senator Steve King (CO)
  • 04. Senator Nancy Spence (CO)
  • 05. Senator Jean White (CO)
  • 06. Speaker Frank McNulty (CO)
  • 07. House Majority Whip B.J. Nikkel (CO)
  • 08-18. 11 more State Representatives (CO)
  • 19-20. 02 Fmr. State Representatives (CO)
  • 21. Colorado Attorney General John Suthers
  • 22. Colorado Treasurer Walker Stapleton
  • 23. Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler
  • 24. fmr. Chief Deputy Attorney General Marti Allbright Whitmore (CO)
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  • 24  Colorado endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Fmr. Connecticut U.S. Attorney Kevin O'Connor (CT) [Connecticut-Delaware]
  • 02. Senate Minority Leader John McKinney (CT)
  • 03-07. Five additional State Senators (CT)
  • 08-10. Three Fmr. State Senators (CT)
  • 11. House Minority Leader Larry Cafero (CT)
  • 12-18. Seven Additional State Representatives (CT)
  • 19-20. Two Fmr. State Representatives (CT)
  • 21. Fmr. Governor Dale Wolf (DE)
  • 22. Fmr. State Treasurer Janet Rzewnicki (DE)
  • 23. House Republican Leader Greg Lavelle (DE)
  • 24. State Senator Liane Sorenson (DE)
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  • 24  Connecticut and Delaware endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Florida CFO Jeff Atwater [Florida]
  • 02. Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putman (FL)
  • 03. Attorney General Pam Bondi (FL)
  • 04. Senate President Mike Haridopolis (FL)
  • 05. Speaker Designate Will Weatherford (FL)
  • 06-33. 28 Additional State Representatives (FL)
  • 34-41. 8 Additional State Senators (FL)
  • 42. Gov. Rick Scott (FL)
  • 43. Fmr. Governor Jeb Bush (FL)
  • 44. Fmr. Speaker of the House Allan Bense (FL)
  • 45. Fmr. State Senator Pat Neal (FL)
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  • 45  Florida endorsements
  •  
  • 01. State Attorney General Sam Olens (GA) [Georgia]
  • 02. Fmr. State Attorney General Mike Bowers (GA)
  • 03. Senate Majority Whip Cecil Stanton (GA)
  • 04-08. 5 additional State Senators (GA)
  • 09. House Majority Whip Edward Lindsey (GA)
  • 10-24. 15 Additional State Representatives (GA)
  • 25. Fmr. House Speaker Mark Burkhalter (GA)
  • 26. State Board of Education Member (GA)
  • 27. Fmr. State Board of Education Member (GA)
  • 28. Public Service Commissioner Doug Everett (GA)
  • 29. Labor Commissioner Mark Butler (GA)
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  • 29  Georgia endorsements
  •  
  • 01. House Minority Leader Gene Ward (HI) [Hawaii]
  • 02. Fmr. State Senator Fred Hemmnings (HI)
  • 03. Fmr. State Senator Fred Rohlfing (HI)
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  • 03  Hawaii endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Governor Butch Otter (ID) [Idaho]
  • 02. Lt. Governor Brad Little (ID)
  • 03. Secretary of State Ben Ysursa (ID)
  • 04. Attorney General Lawrence Wasden (ID)
  • 05. State Controller Donna Jones (ID)
  • 06. State Superintendent of Public Schools Tom Luna (ID)
  • 07. Senate Majority Leader Bart Davis (ID)
  • 08. Assistant Senate Majority Leader Chuck Winder (ID)
  • 09. Senate Pro Tempore Brent Hill (ID)
  • 10-19. 10 Additional State Senators (ID)
  • 20. Speaker of the House Lawrence Denney (ID)
  • 21. House Caucus Chairman Ken Roberts (ID)
  • 22. House Assistant Majority Leader Scott Bedke (ID)
  • 23-38. 16 Additional State Representatives (ID)
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  • 38  Idaho endorsements
  •  
  • 01. State Treasurer Dan Rutherford (IL) [Illinois]
  • 02. Senate Republican Majority Leader Christine Radogno (IL)
  • 03-08. 6 Additional State Senators (IL)
  • 09. House Minority Leader Tom Cross (IL)
  • 10-26. 17 Additional State Representatives (IL)
  • 27. Governor Mitch Daniels (IN) [Indiana]
  • 28-29. 2 State Senators (IN)
  • 30-33. 4 State Representatives (IN)
  • 34-37. 4 Fmr. State Representatives (IN)
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  • 37  Illinois/Indiana Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Gov. Terry Branstad [Iowa]
  • 02. Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds (IA)
  • 03. Fmr. Governor Robert Ray (IA)
  • 04. Fmr. Senate President Mary Kramer (IA)
  • 05. Fmr. Senate Majority Leader Stewart Iverson (and current Rep.) (IA)
  • 06-11. 6 additional State Representatives (IA)
  • 12-13. 2 State Senators (IA)
  • 14. Fmr. House Speaker Brent Siegrest (IA)
  • 15. Fmr. House Speaker Christopher Rants (IA)
  • 16-20. 5 additional fmr. State Representatives (IA)
  • 21-23. 3 additional fmr. State Senators (IA)
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  • 23  Iowa Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Secretary of State Kris Kobach (KS) [Kansas]
  • 02. Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne (LA) [Louisiana]
  • 03. Gov. Bobby Jindal (LA)
  • 04. Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain (LA)
  • 05. PSC Commissioner Eric Skrmetta (LA)
  • 06-07. 2 State Senators (LA)
  • 08-13. 6 State Representatives (LA)
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  • 13  Kansas and Louisiana Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Senate Majority Leader Jon Courtney (ME) [Maine]
  • 02. Senate President Kevin Raye (ME)
  • 03-14. 12 Additional State Senators (ME)
  • 15-21. 7 State Representatives (ME)
  • 22. Attorney General William Schneider (ME)
  • 23. State Treasurer Bruce Poliquin (ME)
  • 24. Fmr. Secretary of State Mark Gartley (ME)
  • 25. Fmr. House Republican Leader Jim Donnelly (ME)
  • 26. Fmr. House Republican Leader Josh Tardy (ME)
  • 27. Fmr. Senate President Rick Bennett (ME)
  • 28-29. 2 additional Fmr. State Senators (ME)
  • 30. Fmr. State Representative Peter Cianchette (ME)
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  • 30  Maine Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Fmr. Governor Bob Ehrlich (MD) [Maryland]
  • 02. Fmr. Secretary of State Mary Kane (MD)
  • 03. Fmr. Secretary of General Services Boyd Rutherford (MD)
  • 04-07. Four State Senators (MD)
  • 08-09. Two former State Senators (MD)
  • 10-19. Ten General Assembly Delegates (MD)
  • 20. Former House Minority Leader Alfred Redmer, Jr. (MD)
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  • 20  Maryland Endorsements
  •  
  • 01-31. 31 of 33 Republican State Legislators (MA) [Massachusetts]
  •  
  • 01. Gov. Rick Snyder (MI) [Michigan]
  • 02. Lt. Gov. Brian Calley (MI)
  • 03. State Attorney General Bill Schuette (MI)
  • 04. Fmr. Lt. Governor Dick Posthumus (MI)
  • 05. Fmr. State Attorney General Mike Cox (MI)
  • 06. Speaker of the House Jase Bolger (MI)
  • 07. Speaker Pro-Tempore John Walsh (MI)
  • 08. Majority Floor Leader Jim Stamas (MI)
  • 09. Assistant Majority Floor Leader Lisa Posthumus-Lyons (MI)
  • 10-36. 27 Additional State Representatives (MI)
  • 37. Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville (MI)
  • 38-48. 11 Additional State Senators (MI)
  • 49. Fmr. Senate Majority Leader Mike Bishop (MI)
  • 50. Fmr. State Senator Bill Bullard (MI)
  • 51. Fmr. State Senator Dale Shugars (MI)
  • 52. Fmr. State Senator Alan Sanborn (MI)
  • 53. Fmr. State Representative Bill Runco (MI)
  • 54. Fmr. State Representative Brian Palmer (MI)
  • 55. Fmr. State Representative Rick Shaffer (MI)
  • 56. Secretary of the State Board of Education Nancy Danhof (MI)
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  • 56  Subtotal Thru Michigan
  •  
  • 01. Speaker of the House Kurt Zellers (MN) [Minnesota]
  • 02. House Majority Leader Matt Dean (MN)
  • 03-09. 7 additional state legislators (MN)
  • 10-11. 2 Fmr. state legislators (MN)
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  • 11   Minnesota Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Gov. Phil Bryant (MS) [Mississippi]
  • 02. Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves (MS)
  • 03. Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann (MS)
  • 04. State Treasurer Lynn Fitch (MS)
  • 05. State Auditor Stacey Pickering (MS)
  • 06. State Agriculture Commissioner Cindy Hyde Smith (MS)
  • 07. State Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney (MS)
  • 08. Southern District Public Service Commissioner (MS)
  • 09. Central District Public Service Commissioner (MS)
  • 10. Southern District MDOT Commissioner (MS)
  • 11. Central District MDOT Commissioner (MS)
  • 12. Northern District MDOT Commissioner (MS)
  • 13. Senate President Pro Tempore Terry Brown (MS)
  • 14-18. 5 additional State Senators (MS)
  • 19. Speaker Pro Tempore Greg Snowden (MS)
  • 20-22. 3 additional State Representatives (MS)
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  • 22   Mississippi Endorsements
  •  
  • 01 State Auditor Tom Schweich (MO) [Missouri]
  • 02. Deputy State Auditor Harry Otto (MO)
  • 03. Fmr. Gov (and Sen, US Attorney Gen.) John Ashcroft (MO)
  • 04. Senate Majority Leader Tom Dempsey (MO)
  • 05. Senate President Pro Tem Rob Mayer (MO)
  • 06-11. 6 additional State Senators (MO)
  • 12. Fmr. Senate President Pro Tempore Michael Gibbons (MO)
  • 13-15. 3 additional Fmr. State Senators (MO)
  • 16. Speaker of the House Steven Tilley (MO)
  • 17. Majority Floor (House) Leader Rep. Timothy Jones (MO)
  • 18-33. 16 Additional State Representatives (MO)
  • 34. Fmr. Speaker of the State House Catherine Hanaway (MO)
  • 35-41. 7 Additional fmr. State Representatives (MO)
  • 42. Fmr. Director Katie Smith - Missouri Dep. of Agriculture
  • 43. Fmr. Director Trish Vincent - Missouri Dep. of Revenue
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  • 43   Missouri Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Fmr. Gov. Tim Babcock (MT) [Montana]
  • 02. Fmr. Gov. Marc Racicot (MT)
  • 03. Fmr. Gov Judy Martz (MT)
  • 04. Fmr. Senate President Bob Story (MT)
  • 05-06. 2 additional Fmr. State Senators (MT)
  • 07. Fmr. House Speaker John Mercer (MT)
  • 08. Fmr. State Representative Dennis Himmelberger (MT)
  • 09-11. 3 State Senators (MT)
  • 12. House Speaker Mike Milburn (MT)
  • 13-21. 9 additional State Representatives (MT)
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  • 21   Montana Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Governor David Heineman (NE) [Nebraska]
  • 02. Governor Brian Sandoval (NV) [Nevada]
  • 03. Lt. Governor Brian Krolicki (NV)
  • 04-12. 9 State Assembly Legislators (NV)
  • 13-20. 8 State Senators (NV)
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  • 20   Nebraska/Nevada Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Fmr. Governor Judd Gregg (also fmr. Sen.) (NH) [New Hampshire]
  • 02. Fmr. Governor John H. Sununu (NH)
  • 03-06. 4 of 5 New Hampshire Executive Counselors
  • 07. Fmr. NH Executive Counselor Ruth Griffin (NH)
  • 08. Senate President Peter Bragdon (NH)
  • 09. Senate Majority Leader Jeb Bradley (NH)
  • 10. Senate Majority Whip Sharon Carson (NH)
  • 11-18. 8 Additional State Senators (NH)
  • 19. House Majority Leader David J. Bettencourt (NH)
  • 20. Deputy House Majority Leader Shawn Jasper (NH)
  • 21. Assistant House Majority Leader David Hess (NH)
  • 22-89. 68 Additional State Representatives (NH)
  • 90-95. 6 Fmr. Speakers of the House (NH)
  • 96-98. 3 Additional fmr. State Representatives (NH)
  • 99. Fmr. Senate President Ed Dupont (NH)
  • 100. Fmr. Senate President Tom Eaton (NH)
  • 101. Fmr. Senate President Ted Gatsas (also Mayor) (NH)
  • 102-04. 3 Additional fmr. State Senators (NH)
  • 105. Fmr. New Hampshire Attorney General Peter Heed
  • 106. Fmr. Commissioner of Safety Richard Flinn (NH)
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  • 106   New Hampshire Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Governor Chris Christie (NJ) [New Jersey]
  • 02-16. 15 State Senators (NJ)
  • 17-48. 32 State Assemblymen and Assemblywomen (NJ)
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  • 48   New Jersey Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb (NY) [New York]
  • 02-24. 23 additional Assembly men and women (NY)
  • 25. Fmr. Gov. George Pataki (NY)
  • 26. Fmr. Lt. Governor Mary Donohue (NY)
  • 27. Fmr. Assembly Minority Leader John Faso (NY)
  • 28. Fmr. Deputy Sec. of State John Hasper (NY)
  • 29. Fmr. Assemblyman Jack Quinn III (NY)
  • 30. Fmr. Chairman, NY Port Authority & Power Authority Joseph Seymour
  • 31. State Senator Tommy Tucker (NC) [North Carolina]
  • 32. House Speaker Thom Tillis (NC)
  • 33-37. 5 additional State Representatives (NC)
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  • 37   New York and North Carolina Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Fmr. Governor John Hoeven (also Sen.) (ND) [North Dakota]
  • 02. Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem (ND)
  • 03. Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring (ND)
  • 04. State Auditor Bob Peterson (ND)
  • 05. Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm (ND)
  • 06-16. 11 State Senators (ND)
  • 17-30. 14 State Representatives (ND)
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  • 30   North Dakota Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Governor John Kasich (OH) [Ohio]
  • 02. Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor (OH)
  • 03. State Auditor Dave Yost (OH)
  • 04. Fmr. Attorney General Betty Montgomery (OH)
  • 05. Fmr. State Treasurer Joe Deters (OH)
  • 06. Senate President Tom Niehaus (OH)
  • 07-10. 4 additional State Senators (OH)
  • 11. House Speaker Pro Tempore Louis Blessing, Jr. (OH)
  • 12-29. 18 additional State Representatives (OH)
  • 30-32. 3 fmr. State Legislators (OH)
  • 33. Fmr. Member of the State Board of Education (OH)
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  • 33   Ohio Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Governor Mary Fallin (OK) [Oklahoma]
  • 02. Fmr. Governor Frank Keating (OK)
  • 03. State Treasurer Ken Miller (OK)
  • 04. State Auditor Gary Jones (OK)
  • 05. State Senator Brian Crain (OK)
  • 06-09. 4 State Representatives (OK)
  • 10. Fmr. Senate Floor Leader Jim Dunlap (OK)
  • 11. Fmr. State Representative Thad Balkman (OK)
  • 12. Fmr. State Representative Forrest Claunch (OK)
  • 13. Gov. Tom Corbett (PA) [Pennsylvania]
  • 14. Fmr. Governor Tom Ridge (and fmr. Rep.) (PA)
  • 15. Fmr. Governor Mark Schweiker (PA)
  • 16. Fmr. Lt. Governor Bill Scranton (PA)
  • 17. State Sen. Jane Earll (PA)
  • 18. State Representative Katie True (PA)
  • 19. Fmr. Governor Don Carcieri (RI) [Rhode Island]
  • 20. Fmr. Lt. Governor Bernard Jackvony (RI)
  • 21. Fmr. State Rep. and RNC National Committeewoman Carol Mumford (R)
  • 22. Senate Minority Leader Dennis Algiere (RI)
  • 23-26. 4 Additional State Senators (RI)
  • 27. House Republican Leader Brian Newberry
  • 28-32. 5 additional State Representatives (RI)
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  • 32   Oklahoma - Rhode Island Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Governor Nikki Haley (SC) [South Carolina]
  • 02. State Treasurer Curtis Loftis (SC)
  • 03. State Senator Ronnie Cromer (SC)
  • 04. Speaker Pro Tempore Jay Lucas (SC)
  • 05-09. 5 additional State Representatives (SC)
  • 10. Fmr. Speaker of the House David Wilkins (SC)
  • 11. Fmr. Attorney General Charlie Condon (SC)
  • 12. Fmr. Chief Deputy Attorney General Robert Bolchoz (SC)
  • 13. Fmr. Secretary of Commerce Robert A. Faith (SC)
  • 14. Fmr. Secretary of Transportation Buck Limehouse (SC)
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  • 14   South Carolina Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Gov. Rick Perry (TX) [Texas]
  • 02. Fmr. Gov. and U.S. Pres. George W. Bush (TX)
  • 03. Gov. Bill Haslam (TN) [Tennessee]
  • 04. Fmr. Governor Winfield Dunn (TN)
  • 05. Senate Caucus Chair Bill Ketron (TN)
  • 06-09. 4 Additional State Senators (TN)
  • 10. Speaker of the House Beth Harwell (TN)
  • 11. House Majority Leader Gerald McCormick (TN)
  • 12-25. 14 Additional State Representatives (TN)
  • 26. Speaker of the House Joe Straus (TX) [Texas]
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  • 26   Tennessee and Texas Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Gov. Gary Herbert (UT) [Utah]
  • 02. Lt. Governor Greg Bell (UT)
  • 03. Attorney General Mark Shurtleff (UT)
  • 04. Fmr. Governor Mike Leavitt (UT)
  • 05. Fmr. Governor Jon Huntsman (UT)
  • 06-46. 41 House Republicans (UT)
  • 47-62. 16 Senate Republicans (UT)
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  • 62   Utah Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Senate Minority Leader William Doyle (VT) [Vermont]
  • 02-07. 6 Additional State Senators (VT)
  • 08-19. 12 State Representatives (VT)
  • 20. Fmr. Speaker of the House Walter Freed (VT)
  • 21. Fmr. State Representative Steve Larabee (VT)
  • 22. Fmr. State Senator Wendy Wilton (VT)
  • 23. State Auditor Tom Salmon (VT)
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  • 23   Vermont Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Gov. Bob McDonnell (VA) [Virginia-Washington, D.C.]
  • 02. Lt. Governor Bill Bolling (VA)
  • 03. Fmr. Gov Jim Gilmore (VA)
  • 04-13. 10 House of Delegates members (VA)
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  • 13   Virginia Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Secretary of State Sam Reed [Washington]
  • 02. Fmr. Secretary of State Ralph Munro (WA)
  • 03. Senate Republican Leader Mike Hewitt (WA)
  • 04-11. 8 Additional State Senators (WA)
  • 12. House Republican Leader Richard DeBolt (WA)
  • 13-25. 13 Additional State Representatives (WA)
  • 26. Fmr. Senate Majority Leader Dan McDonald (WA)
  • 27. Fmr. State Senator Dino Rossi (WA)
  • 28. Fmr. State Representative & Mayor Earl Tilly (WA)
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  • 28   Washington State Endorsements
  •  
  • 01-02. 2 State Senators (WV) [West Virginia]
  • 03. fmr. State Senator (WV)
  • 04. House of Delegates member and former Minority Leader (WV)
  • 05-06. 2 additional members, House of Delegates (WV)
  • 07-09. 3 former members, House of Delegates (WV)
  • 10. fmr. West Virginia Commissioner of Labor (WV)
  • 11. fmr. State Senator Ted Kanavas (WI) [Wisconsin]
  • 12. fmr. State Representative Steve Wieckert (WI)
  • 13. State Sen. Alberta Darling (WI)
  • 14-20. 7 State Representatives (WI)
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  • 20   West Virginia & Wisconsin Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Senate President Jim Anderson (WY) [Wyoming]
  • 02-08. 7 Additional State Senators (WY)
  • 09-15. 7 State Representatives (WY)
  • 16. Gov. Matt Mead (WY)
  • 17. Fmr. House Leader and Director of WY Dep. of Agriculture, Ron Micheli
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  • 17   Wyoming Endorsements
  •  
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  • 1049   Total Statewide Endorsements


LOCAL OFFICIALS ENDORSING MITT ROMNEY (2012 PRIMARY):

 (List updated May 7, 2012)

  • 01. Councilman Richard Bollinger, Montgomery (AL)
  • 02. Mayor Tony Petelos, Hoover (AL)
  • 03. Anchorage Mayor Dan Sullivan (AK)
  • 04. Sheriff Paul Babeu (AZ)
  • 05-17. 13 Mayors (AZ)
  • 18. One Vice Mayor (AZ)
  • 19-25. 7 other city and county officials (AZ)
  • 26. LA District Attorney Steve Cooley (CA)
  • 27-33. Seven County officials (CO)
  • 34-40. Douglas County Board of Education - 7 members (CO)
  • 41. District Attorney Dan May (CO)
  • 42. Council Member Katie Witt, Longmont City (CO)
  • 43. Mayor Mark Boughton, Danbury (CT)
  • 44-46. Three more Mayors (CT)
  • 47-51. Five First Selectmen and Selectmen (CT)
  • 52. Councilman Corey Brinson, Hartford (CT)
  • 53. Councilman Bob Weiner, New Castle County (DE)
  • 54. Sheriff Mike Adkinson, Walton (FL)
  • 55-61. 7 Mayors (FL)
  • 62-64. 3 Vice-Mayors (FL)
  • 65-74. 10 City Councilmen (FL)
  • 75-78 4 Commissioners (FL)
  • 79-82. 4 Mayors (GA)
  • 83. Fmr. Mayor Robert J. Walker, Dublin (GA)
  • 84. Councilman Gabriel Sterling, Sandy Springs City (GA)
  • 85. Councilmember Betty Price, Roswell City (GA)
  • 86-88. 3 Commissioners (GA)
  • 89. Sheriff Joe Chapman, Walton County (GA)
  • 90. Chief of Police Keith Glass, Monroe City (GA)
  • 91. Chairman Marion Hay, Moultrie/Colquitt County Industrial Development Authority (GA)
  • 92. Douglas County School Board Member Janet Kelley (GA)
  • 93. Mayor-elect Chris McBarnes, Frankfort (IN)
  • 94. County Auditor Deborah Adams, Rush (IN)
  • 95. Town Councilman Hal Slager, Schererville (IN)
  • 96-98. 3 Mayors (IA)
  • 99. 1 former Mayor (IA)
  • 100-103. 4 City Councilmen (IA)
  • 104. 1 former Councilwoman (IA)
  • 105-108. 4 County officials (Supervisor, Treasurer, etc.) (IA)
  • 109. 1 former County Supervisor (IA)
  • 110. Jefferson Parish President John Young (LA)
  • 111. Jefferson Parish Tax Assessor Tom Capella (LA)
  • 112. Jefferson Parish fmr. Council At-Large Diane Hollis (LA)
  • 113. Mayor of Bangor, Cary Weston (ME)
  • 114. Harford County Executive David Craig (MD)
  • 115. Commissioner Paul Smith, Frederick County (MD)
  • 116. Councilman Greg Fox, Howard County (MD)
  • 117. Fmr. Councilman Doug Riley (MD)
  • 118. County Clerk of the Court Robert Duckworth, Arundel County (MD)
  • 119. Board of Education, Howard County - Brian Meshkin (MD)
  • 120. Fmr. Orphans Court Judge Joyce Pope, Howard County (MD)
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  • 120   Endorsements
  •  
  • 01. Sheriff Mike Bouchard (MI)
  • 02-11. 10 County Officials (MI)
  • 12. Mayor of Portage Peter Strazdas (MI)
  • 13-16. 4 Additional City and Town officials (MI)
  • 17. Mayor of Brooklyn Jeff Lunde (MN)
  • 18. Fmr. Mayor of New Brighton Bev Aplikowski (MN)
  • 19-23. 5 County Prosecuting Attorneys (MO)
  • 24-26. 3 Mayors (MO)
  • 27-28. 2 Fmr. Mayors (MO)
  • 29. Council Member Dale Carter, Blue Springs City (MO)
  • 30. Cape Girardeau City Council Member Kathy Swan (MO)
  • 31. Jasper Collector of Revenue Stephen Holt (MO)
  • 32. Cole County Collector Larry Vincent (MO)
  • 33-34. 2 County Commissioners (MO)
  • 35. Sheriff Mike Byrd (MS)
  • 36-39. Four County Supervisors (MS)
  • 40. Chancery Clerk Terry Miller (MS)
  • 41-42. 1 County Tax Assessor and 1 Collector (MS)
  • 43-44. Two Mayors (MS)
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  • 44   Endorsements
  •  
  • 01-08. 8 of 10 County Sheriffs (NH)
  • 09-11. 3 County Attorneys (NH)
  • 12. Mayor Ted Gatsas (also fmr. Senate President) (NH)
  • 13. Mayor-elect Kendall Lane (NH)
  • 14. Fmr. Portsmouth Deputy Mayor Evelyn Marconi (NH)
  • 15. Hillsborough County Commissioner Carol Holden (NH)
  • 16. Fmr. Belnap County Commissioner Mark Thurston (NH)
  • 17. 1 County Executive (NJ)
  • 18-25. 8 County Clerks (NJ)
  • 26-33. 8 County Sheriffs (NJ)
  • 34-76. 43 County Freeholders (NJ)
  • 77. Fmr. Mayor Rudy Giuliani (NY)
  • 78-81. 4 County Executives (NY)
  • 82-85. 4 County Sheriffs (NY)
  • 86. 1 Fmr. County Executive (NY)
  • 87. 1 County Attorney (NY)
  • 88. 1 NYC Councilor (NY)
  • 89. Fmr. Mayor Richard Vinroot, Charlotte (NC)
  • 90. Fmr. Mayor Tom Fetzer, Raleigh (NC)
  • 91. Fmr. County Commissioner Kenn Garnder (NC)
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  • 91   Endorsements
  •  
  • 01-02. 2 County Commissioners (OH)
  • 03. County Treasurer Nancy Nix, Butler County (OH)
  • 04. County Prosecutor Ron O'Brien, Franklin County (OH)
  • 05. Colerain Township Trustee Dennis Deters (OH)
  • 06. Councilman Doug Haynam, Sylvania City (OH)
  • 07. Mayor Mark Kingseed, Centerville (OH)
  • 08. Councilman George Sarantou, Toledo (OH)
  • 09. Fmr. Mayor of Columbus Greg Lashutka (OH)
  • 10. Mayor Bruce Akers, Pepper Pike (OH)
  • 11. Mayor Connie White, Gates Mills (OH)
  • 12. Councilman Mark Butterworth, Canton City (OH)
  • 13. Commissioner Jeremy Shaffer, Highland County (OH)
  • 14. Auditor Clarence Mingo, Franklin County (OH)
  • 15. Commissioner Randy Riley, Clinton County (OH)
  • 16. Springfield Township Fiscal Officer Paul Hoag (OH)
  • 17. Mayor Scott Avedisian, Warwick (RI)
  • 18. Mayor Allan Fung, Cranston (RI)
  • 19. Mayor Marilyn Hatley, North Myrtle Beach (SC)
  • 20. Mayor Knox White, Greenville (SC)
  • 21. Mayor Pro Tempore David Sudduth, Greenville (SC)
  • 22. City Councilwoman Amy Ryberg Doyle, Greenville (SC)
  • 23. County Council Chairman Butch Kirven, Greenville (SC)
  • 24. County Councilman Joe Dill, Greenville (SC)
  • 25. Fmr. Mayor Hank Johnston, Bluffton (SC)
  • 26. County Treasurer Andy Smith, Charleston (SC)
  • 27. County Council Chairman Gene Wise, Kershaw (SC)
  • 28. Fmr. County Councilman Henry B. Fishburne, Jr., Charleston (SC)
  • 29. Fmr. Mayor Tom Leppert, Dallas (TX)
  • 30. Mayor Thomas Lauzon, Barre (VT)
  • 31. Rutland City Treasurer Wendy Wiltion (VT)
  • 32. Chairman at Large for Prince William Board of County Supervisors (VA)
  • 33-35. 3 Mayors and 1 Deputy Mayor (WA)
  • 36-38. 3 Fmr. Mayors (WA)
  • 39-48. 10 Council members (WA)
  • 49-50. 2 Fmr. Council members (WA)
  • 51. 1 County Auditor (WA)
  • 52-56. 5 Mayors (WV)
  • 57. Fmr. Mayor Dottie Kellison, City of Marlinton (WV)
  • 58. County Clerk Linda Maze, Ritchie County (WV)
  • 59. Fmr. County Commissioner Rick Rice, Upshur County (WV)
  • 60. Councilman Mark Scott, Elkins City (WV)
  • 61. Fmr. Racine County Executive William McReynolds (WI)
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  • 61   Endorsements
  •  
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  • 316   Local Endorsements