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List_of_Donald_Trump_presidential_campaign_endorsements,_2016 (40)

Endorser Quote Notes

Lamar Alexander

[In a statement posted to Twitter]

Congratulations to President-Elect Trump. The election belongs to the people and the people have voted for change. Donald Trump is the agent for that change.

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The Augusta Chronicle

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Bowling Green Daily News

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Juneau Empire

[In an editorial endorsement by Morris Publishing Group-Alaska, which owns the Juneau Empire and Peninsula Clarion]

The question voters should consider is which candidate’s future administration will be more receptive to policy changes that allow Alaska to move forward. The answer to that question, for better or worse, is Republican nominee Donald Trump.

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Topeka Capital-Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

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St. Augustine Record

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Savannah Morning News

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Republican-American

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Carteret County News-Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

For president, Republicans Donald Trump and his running mate Mike Pence are the clear choice. Gifted with sheer tenacity, Mr. Trump has the ability to lead America and curb the establishment.

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Athens Banner-Herald

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Peninsula Clarion

[In an editorial endorsement by Morris Publishing Group-Alaska, which owns the Juneau Empire and Peninsula Clarion]

No, the question voters should consider is which candidate’s future administration will be more receptive to policy changes that allow Alaska to move forward. The answer to that question, for better or for worse, is the Republican nominee, Donald Trump.

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Neshoba Democrat

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Jewish Voice

[In an editorial endorsement]

The Jewish Voice endorses Donald J Trump and his running mate. Indiana Governor Mike Pence for President and Vice President respectively. [...] So, to sum it up, we will continue speaking out for Mr. Trump, who is one of the leading supporters of Israel.

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Jewish Press

[In an editorial endorsement]

And so we urge readers to come out on November 8 and vote for Donald Trump for president of the United States. He represents America’s best hope for reversing the calamitous course on which elected officials from both the Republican and Democratic parties have led us.

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Vilas County News-Review

[In an editorial endorsement]

What Trump does bring to the table, and the reason we would endorse him, is the hope of cleaning up federal government waste and manipulation in our lives. Clinton is entrenched in the interests that manipulate the levers of power for themselves and their supporters, at the expense of ordinary citizens.

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Bill Huizenga

[In a statement published on donaldjtrump.com]

As we move closer to November 8th, Michigan is rallying in support of Donald Trump because we are ready for a President who will grow our economy, repeal Obamacare, rebuild our depleted military and finally drain the swamp in Washington.

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The Daily Reflector

[In an editorial endorsement]

The time has come for Americans to shed allegations and political spin and rely on facts and common sense to make their choice for president. The facts reveal that Donald Trump is the reliable choice.

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The News-Sentinel

[In an editorial endorsement]

Democrats Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine are unacceptable, representing the policies that have failed our state and the nation. Mike Pence, a man Hoosier State residents know and trust, makes the conservative Trump-Pence ticket the obvious choice for voters.

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The Antelope Valley Press

[In an editorial endorsement]

U.S. PRESIDENT: Donald Trump (R).

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Jim Risch

Without any options other than to abandon America to the left or vote for the Republican nominee, as distasteful as that may be, I will not abandon my country. I will cast my vote for the Republican nominee.

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Waxahachie Daily Light

[In an editorial endorsement]

The time has come to elect Donald Trump.

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Shelley Moore Capito

Am I swallowing hard here because of his statements? Absolutely. Absolutely. But the choices aren’t good, they’re not perfect I would say. So I’m going to go ahead and support our Republican nominee.

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Deb Fischer

Well, like most Nebraskans, I am fully committed to defeating Hillary Clinton. I support the Republican ticket and I plan to vote for Mr. Trump and Mr. Pence on November 8th.

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John Thune

[After stating that he'll be voting solely for GOP candidates this election cycle]

He has a lot of work to do, I think, to win this election. But, I’m certainly not going to vote for Hillary Clinton

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Bradley Byrne

[On Twitter, when asked who he is supporting for President]

I pledged to support the Republican ticket, and that has not changed.

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Richard Shelby

[On Clinton's trustworthiness]

I’m a Republican and supporting Trump, so I think she has a lot of problems and it shows in the polls. You got a problem with trust and everything else

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Kelly Ayotte

[In an interview CNN, when asked to clarify her position on Donald Trump]

I've actually said that I'm going to be voting for him, but I do have significant disagreements with him, which I've been very clear on, so I won't be endorsing him.

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Mike Rounds

[Saying that he supports Trump even if he doesn't agree with everything in Trump's campaign]

He's correct when he says Washington DC is broken. He is correct when he says we've got to fix our tax codes, we've got to fix the regulatory mess we've got out there

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Bradley Byrne

I haven't agreed with everything Mr. Trump has said. I haven't agreed with every one of his policy positions. I've got some big differences as a matter of fact. But when I look at what he's saying and what he's standing for and what I know about Hillary Clinton, what she has done in the past, and what she stands for now, it's a clear decision to support Donald Trump.

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Mike Rogers

[Implying that while he didn't support Trump before, he does now that he's the nominee (unsure about this)]

Donald Trump wasn't my guy ... but our party spoke out and spoke out loudly that we are a little bit tired of the way things have been working.

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Ken Cuccinelli

[On CNN, when asked if he has endorsed Trump]

I expect to vote for him in November.

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Dan Benishek

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John Thune

I’m going to endorse the nominee and I think at this point, he’s the nominee. If people want change, I think their answer is Trump.

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Deb Fischer

I’ve endorsed the nominee — and he will be the nominee.

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Steve Daines

Donald Trump was not my first choice, he was not my second choice, but I’m going to do all I can to make sure that Hillary Clinton is not elected the next president of the United States.

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Allen West

Whomever the GOP nominee is I will support, and it appears that person will be Donald Trump.

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OBSERVER

[In an editorial endorsement]

Donald Trump is the father-in-law of the Observer’s publisher. That is not a reason to endorse him. Giving millions of disillusioned Americans a renewed sense of purpose and opportunity is.

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Robert Hurt

[Asked if he would support Trump]

If he's the republican nominee, I will. I have some real concerns about a lot of the things that he has said. I think if that the majority of the Republicans in this country nominate a person then I will respect that because I am a Republican.

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Kevin Brady

[When asked if he would support Trump if he were to become the nominee]

The answer is yes. I’m supporting our nominee.

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