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Endorser Quote Notes

Inweekly

[In an editorial endorsement]

There is a clear and right choice to be made in this race, and we hope you see it. That choice is Hillary Clinton.

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The Trentonian

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Valley News

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Finger Lakes Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Battle Creek Enquirer

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Sun Chronicle

[In an editorial endorsement]

On the face of it the choice is clear: Like it or not, Hillary Clinton is the best option for America in 2016.

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The Standard Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Maggie Rizer

[On Instagram, announcing her parting of ways with Trump Models]

I owe it to myself and to my children to proudly stand up for what I believe in and that is a world where Donald Trump has no voice for the future of our country. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 #RockTheVote #GodBlessTheUSA #ImWithHer

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Observer-Reporter

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Brad Feld

[In a blog post on his personal website]

Please vote. Just so you know my bias before reading further, I’m voting for Hillary Clinton.

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Monterey Herald

[In an editorial endorsement]

Our recommendations in national, state and local races: PRESIDENT • Hillary Clinton, Dem.

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Ledger-Enquirer

[In an editorial endorsement]

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The Citizen

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Milwaukee Courier

[In an editorial endorsement]

She is a leader with experience, a steady hand and real solutions. That is why the Milwaukee Courier is endorsing Hillary Clinton for President of the United States.

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The Ridgefield Press

[In an editorial endorsement]

We recommend the entire Democratic slate in the election on Tuesday, Nov. 8, not just because the candidates are Democrats, but because they have the skills, experience, judgment, and temperament to serve in the offices they’re running for.

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The News Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton, far more than Trump, is prepared to be president of the United States of America. And the United States of America will be far better off with her leadership.

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The Wave

[In an editorial endorsement]

For President, The Wave endorses Hillary Clinton. Clinton is smart, has the experience, knowledge about government and the temperament required of the presidency.

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Reno News & Review

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Boston Irish Reporter

[In an editorial endorsement]

We urge our neighbors to join us in voting for Hillary Rodham Clinton as our next president.

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Lake Placid News

[In an editorial endorsement]

We know, pretty well, what Mrs. Clinton would be like as president - a typical, professional Democrat. Mr. Trump, on the other hand, is a wild card. He could do some serious damage to this country. Some people are ready to take that chance, but we are not.

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Dorchester Reporter

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Everett Herald

[In an editorial endorsement]

We won’t keep you in suspense any longer; The Herald Editorial Board endorses Hillary Clinton for president.

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The Alibi

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Andover Townsman

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Easton Courier

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Creative Loafing

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton is the most qualified presidential contender we have seen in decades, and her vision is one of opportunity and inclusion. And damn it, we like her.

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The Wilton Bulletin

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Memphis Flyer

[In an implicit editorial endorsement for Clinton]

The Flyer traditionally does not endorse at election time, leaving such personal decisions to our readers. We would be remiss not to point out the essential nature of the choice at hand, which boils down to a long record of competence and experience versus a legacy of unrelenting narcissism and its resultant chaos.

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Barre-Montpelier Times Argus

[In an editorial endorsement]

The nation is teetering on the precipice of a fateful choice. For president that choice must be Hillary Clinton.

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Aspen Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

The Aspen Times endorses Hillary Clinton as the next president of the United States. It should come as no shocker that this newspaper takes this position, but as far as we are concerned, she is the only choice.

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Metro Weekly

[In an editorial endorsement]

In 23 years of publishing, we have never made a political endorsement at Metro Weekly. But consider this issue a change in that editorial policy. We are officially endorsing Hillary Clinton for President of the United States.

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Idaho Mountain Express

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Cincinnati CityBeat

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Watertown Daily Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

One of these two candidates will be our next president. It should not be Mrs. Clinton, but it must not be Mr. Trump. Regrettably, the only palatable choice is Mrs. Clinton.

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Rock River Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Vindicator

[In an editorial endorsement]

It should be clear by now that neither party’s presidential nominee inspires us. There is no feeling of pride. However, we find Clinton less objectionable than Trump.

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Mail Tribune

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton would not be our first choice as a presidential candidate, but she is far from our last, and at this point, she's the only person standing between Trump and the White House. Voters should elect her. If you can't bring yourself to vote for Clinton, there are other choices. Just don't choose Trump.

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Santa Fe Reporter

[In an editorial endorsement]

Use your ears and your eyes, your minds and your hearts on Nov. 8, neighbors. Oh ... and we are with her.

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Variety

[In an editorial endorsement]

We are proud to endorse Hillary Clinton as president and put an end to a prolonged election circus dominated by an egomaniacal ringmaster. Through it all, she has remained dignified and focused on the issues. We believe she will lead America forward with great vigor and success.

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Durango Herald

[In an editorial endorsement]

here are three reasons to vote for Hillary Clinton and each should be reason enough. Taken together, they are overwhelming.

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The Anniston Star

[In an editorial endorsement]

The editorial board of The Star recommends Clinton for president.

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India Currents

[In an editorial endorsement]

For the first time in thirty years, we are endorsing a presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to be the next President.

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Rochester City Newspaper

[In an editorial endorsement]

We strongly endorse Clinton for president. Her resume and list of achievements are unmatched by most of her contemporaries; she is easily one of the most experienced and capable candidates we’ve had in recent history.

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The Chief-Leader

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton isn’t perfect by any measure. But her career has been based on trying to better people’s lives, and her temperament shined particularly bright alongside the perpetually immature Mr. Trump. Both the knowledge she has acquired and the hard lessons she has learned make her likely, if elected, to be a good, strong President. Warts and all, she is by far the better candidate.

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Dedham Transcript

[In an editorial endorsement]

On Oct. 13, Donald Trump framed the 2016 election this way: "This is our moment of reckoning as a society and as a civilization itself." He could not be more right, and for that reason we endorse Hillary Clinton for president.

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Athens Messenger

[In an editorial endorsement]

For President of the United States, we choose Hillary Clinton. While we could offer many valid reasons having to do with foreign and domestic policy, it isn’t even necessary in this case.

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Ashland Daily Tidings

[In an editorial endorsement]

A vote for a third-party candidate is a vote for Donald Trump. God help us. Vote for Hillary Clinton.

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Erie Times-News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton makes a far better case for herself and the country. She should be the nation's 45th president.

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Sandwich Broadsider

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Old Colony Memorial

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Daily Gazette

[In an editorial endorsement]

Of the two major party candidates running for president, Hillary Clinton is the only one qualified and experienced enough to address these problems as president of the United States.

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Tri-City Herald

[In an editorial endorsement]

We are recommending Democrat Hillary Clinton for president of the United States, but we do so grudgingly.

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Braintree Forum

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Winchester Star

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Wakefield Observer

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Enterprise

[In an editorial endorsement]

On Oct. 13, Donald Trump framed the 2016 election this way: "This is our moment of reckoning as a society and as a civilization itself." He could not be more right, and for that reason we endorse Hillary Clinton for president.

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The Herald News

[In an editorial endorsement]

The Herald News endorses Hillary Clinton for president. Clinton is uniquely qualified for the presidency. Her resume makes her far the superior candidate, and one of the strongest candidates Americans have had a chance to vote for in some time.

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Detroit Free Press

[In an editorial endorsement]

At stake Nov. 8 is the idea of America, and what it means to be an American. That is among the strongest reasons this newspaper chooses to endorse HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON — former secretary of state, former U.S. senator from New York, former first lady of the United States — for president.

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Tewksbury Advocate

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Canton Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Hingham Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Albuquerque Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

The Journal has not withheld a presidential endorsement in recent memory. But given their records, it isn’t possible to recommend any of the candidates.

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Westport News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Electing our first woman president is a pivotal next step in America’s evolution as a country with ideals that have still not been fully realized after 240 years. President Hillary Clinton is the only outcome that furthers those principles this November.

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Norton Mirror

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton isn’t the lesser of two evils. She’s the best of the candidates, and she has earned our endorsement.

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Arlington Advocate

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Dover-Sherborn Press

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Cohasset Mariner

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Scituate Mariner

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Taunton Gazette

[In an editorial endorsement]

On Oct. 13, Donald Trump framed the 2016 election this way: "This is our moment of reckoning as a society and as a civilization itself." He could not be more right, and for that reason we endorse Hillary Clinton for president.

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MetroWest Daily News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton isn’t the lesser of two evils. She’s the best of the candidates, and she has earned our endorsement.

None

Newburyport Current

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Weymouth News

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Lakeville Call

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Wilmington Advocate

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Milford Daily News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton isn’t the lesser of two evils. She’s the best of the candidates, and she has earned our endorsement.

None

Wayland Town Crier

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Republican

[In an editorial endorsement]

The Republican's editorial board encourages voters to support Hillary Clinton on Nov. 8.

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Holbrook Sun

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Littleton Independent

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The News-Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

Traditionally, editorial page endorsements close with the reveal, the naming of the institution’s preferred choice for elected office, but this time we need to say immediately and unambiguously: We support Hillary Clinton for president.

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Georgetown Record

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Concord Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Bucks County Courier Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

We started running our political endorsements this week on those local and statewide races. As I wrote a few weeks ago, we won't be endorsing in the presidential race. Our focus is on our local races, we spent our time on local races, and we can better offer useful insight that is far more difficult to get on those races.

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Marlborough Enterprise

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Watertown Tab

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Allston/Brighton Tab

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Beaver County Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

We urge voters to work past those frustrations and look for the candidate with the diplomacy skills, patience and political expertise to help lead a divided nation. We believe that candidate is Democrat Hillary Clinton.

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Rockland Standard

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Marblehead Reporter

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Malden Observer

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Walpole Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Greenwich Time

[In an editorial endorsement]

Traditionally, editorial page endorsements close with the reveal, the naming of the institution’s preferred choice for elected office, but this time we need to say immediately and unambiguously: We support Hillary Clinton for president.

None

Chelmsford Independent

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Swampscott Reporter

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Cape Codder

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Connecticut Post

[In an editorial endorsement]

Traditionally, editorial page endorsements close with the reveal, the naming of the institution’s preferred choice for elected office, but this time we need to say immediately and unambiguously: We support Hillary Clinton for president.

None

Abington Mariner

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Fairfield Citizen

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Sudbury Town Crier

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Melrose Free Press

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Somerville Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Easton Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton isn’t the lesser of two evils. She’s the best of the candidates, and she has earned our endorsement.

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Milford Beacon

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Stamford Advocate

[In an editorial endorsement]

Traditionally, editorial page endorsements close with the reveal, the naming of the institution’s preferred choice for elected office, but this time we need to say immediately and unambiguously: We support Hillary Clinton for president.

None

Danvers Herald

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Brookline Tab

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Billerica Minuteman

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Lexington Minuteman

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Wellesley Townsman

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Farmington Daily Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

First, we are not inspired by either major party candidate vying for the nation’s presidency. Both have shown a willingness to lie and dissemble to grasp a measure of power or fame. That said, The Daily Times is endorsing Hillary Clinton, who we believe is the most qualified candidate to lead the nation during challenging times.

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The Virginia Gazette

[In an editorial endorsement]

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The State

[In an editorial endorsement]

In this era of voter discontent, Americans want change. But we must consider carefully what will change and who will lead it. Of the two candidates, the choice is clear. Mrs. Clinton’s experience, stability and knowledge make her more likely than Mr. Trump to effectively tackle the nation’s problems.

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The Patriot Ledger

[In an editorial endorsement]

On Oct. 13, Donald Trump framed the 2016 election this way: "This is our moment of reckoning as a society and as a civilization itself." He could not be more right, and for that reason we endorse Hillary Clinton for president.

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Hamilton Chronicle

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Albany Times Union

[In an editorial endorsement]

With a choice so clear, we enthusiastically endorse Hillary Clinton for president of the United States.

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The Daily Hampshire Gazette

[In an editorial endorsement]

Our choice for the next president is an easy call — Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is clearly the best-suited candidate to lead the nation, by virtue of her experience, her temperament and her vision for an America that reduces the gap between the moneyed elite and the rest of us.

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The Cincinnati Herald

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Philly Daily News

[In an editorial endorsement]

We endorse Hillary Clinton for President of the United States.

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The Recorder

[In an editorial endorsement]

Our choice for the next president is an easy call — Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is clearly the best-suited candidate to lead the nation, by virtue of her experience, her temperament and her vision for an America that reduces the gap between the moneyed elite and the rest of us.

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The Buffalo News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Thus the bottom line: Trump is catastrophically unfit for the presidency. Clinton may not be the best possible choice, but she is a plausible choice, and this year – like it or not – she is the only choice.

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MLive

[In an editorial endorsement]

The sheer noise of this presidential campaign has felt deafening at times. But amid the cacophony, this much is clear: Democrat Hillary Clinton is the best choice.

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The Ann Arbor News

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Reno Gazette-Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

The RGJ Editorial Board endorses Democrat Hillary Clinton for president of the United States.

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New York Amsterdam News

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Bay City Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Hudson Star-Observer

[In an editorial endorsement]

For the first time in more than half a century, Forum Communications Co. -- the Journal’s parent company -- declines to endorse the Republican candidate for United States president. It does not follow, however, that the endorsement goes to the Democratic candidate. This year, we suggest none of the above is the best choice.

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The Weston Forum

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Queens Chronicle

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Saginaw News

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Gary Crusader

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

News & Review

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Detroit Jewish News

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Tribune

[In an editorial endorsement]

Only one candidate has the experience, the knowledge of domestic and foreign affairs and the temperament to be our next president. That person is Hillary Rodham Clinton, who we endorse today.

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The Georgia Voice

[In an editorial endorsement]

At an Atlanta campaign stop in June, Mr. Trump famously said to “ask the gays” who they support for president. Well, we’re answering. Vote Hillary Clinton on Nov. 8.

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The Providence American

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Georgetowner

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Chicago Defender

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Baltimore Afro-American

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Maui Time

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The St. Louis American

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Santa Monica Observer

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Michigan Chronicle

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Courier-Gazette

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Standard-Speaker

[In an editorial endorsement]

The Standard-Speaker editorial board, and those of the The Times-Tribune of Scranton and The Citizens’ Voice of Wilkes-Barre, endorse Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton. She is qualified by experience, temperament and, especially, preparation, whereas Republican Donald J. Trump falls well below the bar in all of those areas.

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The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead

[In an editorial endorsement]

For the first time in more than half a century, The Forum declines to endorse the Republican candidate for president of the United States. It does not follow, however, that the endorsement goes to the Democratic candidate. This year, we suggest none of the above is the best choice.

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Daily Press

[In an editorial endorsement]

We urge civic-minded voters to turn away from the deeply troubling vision that Mr. Trump offers. That is why we are endorsing Hillary Clinton, who stands as the only candidate with at least the potential to be an effective president.

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amNewYork

[In an editorial endorsement]

She is realistic about our nation’s problems and resolute about fixing them. Her unbroken belief in the right of every American to achieve the dream of America makes her the right choice for president. amNew York endorses Hillary Clinton.

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Grand Forks Herald

[In an editorial endorsement]

For the first time in more than half a century, Forum Communications Co. declines to endorse the Republican candidate for president of the United States. It does not follow, however, that the endorsement goes to the Democratic candidate. This year, we suggest none of the above is the best choice.

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The Bemidji Pioneer

[In an editorial endorsement]

For the first time in more than half a century, Forum Communications Co. declines to endorse the Republican candidate for president of the United States. It does not follow, however, that the endorsement goes to the Democratic candidate. This year, we suggest none of the above is the best choice.

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The Dickinson Press

[In an editorial endorsement]

For the first time in more than half a century, Forum Communications Co. declines to endorse the Republican candidate for president of the United States. It does not follow, however, that the endorsement goes to the Democratic candidate. This year, we suggest none of the above is the best choice.

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Daily Globe

[In an editorial endorsement]

For the first time in more than half a century, Forum Communications Co. declines to endorse the Republican candidate for president of the United States. It does not follow, however, that the endorsement goes to the Democratic candidate. This year, we suggest none of the above is the best choice.

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Duluth News Tribune

[In an editorial endorsement]

For the first time in more than half a century, Forum Communications Co. declines to endorse the Republican candidate for president of the United States. It does not follow, however, that the endorsement goes to the Democratic candidate. This year, we suggest “none of the above” is the best choice.

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Honolulu Star-Advertiser

[The headline of an editorial endorsement]

At long last, elect Hillary Clinton

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Lincoln Journal Star

[In an editorial endorsement]

Like many Americans, we wish the ballot presented us with better choices for president. But the differences between the candidates are stark. We endorse Hillary Clinton.

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The Gazette

[In an editorial endorsement]

As it stands, the only responsible endorsement to make is for Clinton.

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Cape Cod Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

A Trump administration would be far too unpredictable to entrust with the highest office in the land. Again, while Clinton is far from perfect, we wholeheartedly recommend her for president.

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The Bryan-College Station Eagle

[In an editorial endorsement]

Donald Trump is a loose cannon, a man whose shoot-from-the-lip style would be devastating for America. He is totally unqualified to be president. Reluctantly, we must recommend Hillary Clinton because her government service makes her better qualified to occupy the Oval Office.

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The Times-Tribune

[In an editorial endorsement]

The Times-Tribune editorial board, and those of The Citizens’ Voice in Wilkes-Barre and The Standard-Speaker in Hazleton, endorse Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton. She is qualified by experience, temperament and, especially, preparation, whereas Republican Donald J. Trump falls well below the bar in all of those areas.

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The Times of Northwest Indiana

[In an editorial endorsement]

We’re endorsing only in races where we can meet and question the candidates. We will not endorse in the presidential race.

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Globe Gazette

[In an editorial endorsement]

We must elect a president who has the experience, the ability and the demeanor to do the job, not a person who flies off the handle at a mere tweet, a person failing in so many ways as Trump. That is why we endorse Hillary Clinton for president of the United States.

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Southern Illinoisan

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton is the most qualified to carry out the duties of president of the United States. Although she is admittedly a polarizing figure with high unfavorables, Clinton’s experience in government, her understanding of the issues, her temperament and her ability to withstand the pressures of public life make her the choice in this election.

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News & Record

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton is a flawed candidate for president but the only responsible choice in this election.

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The Star-Ledger

[In an editorial endorsement]

So yes, this endorsement of Clinton is full-throated and without reservation. Trump's popularity has revealed a sickness in our body politic that is flat-out dangerous. A crushing win by Clinton offers the best hope for a cure.

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Quad-City Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

That posh new hotel in Washington, D.C., is the closest Republican Donald Trump should ever get to the White House. For the good of the republic, we urge voters to support Democrat Hillary Clinton on Nov. 8.

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Ahora Latino Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Daily News

[In an editorial endorsement]

The Galveston County Daily News endorses Hillary R. Clinton for President of the United States. The editorial board was unanimous in this decision, which is the newspaper’s first endorsement of a Democratic Party presidential candidate in recent history.

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Beaumont Enterprise

[In an editorial endorsement]

Some voters are thinking about other candidates like Libertarian Gary Johnson since they really don't like Clinton or Trump. That's understandable. But in the real world, only Trump or Clinton will be elected. Hillary Clinton is unquestionably the only rational choice. Let's hope she exceeds our modest expectations.

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Williamson County Sun

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Citizens' Voice

[In an editorial endorsement]

The editorial boards of The Citizens’ Voice, The Times-Tribune in Scranton and The Standard-Speaker in Hazleton, endorse Democrat Hillary Clinton. She is qualified by experience, temperament and, especially, preparation, whereas Republican Donald Trump falls well below the bar in all of those areas.

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The Decatur Daily

[In an editorial endorsement]

Many Americans wonder how we could have two such flawed candidates for president. But this is where we are, and Hillary Clinton is the better choice.

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Carroll County Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

After much debate, the Times' editorial board has decided we cannot endorse either major party candidate for president of the United States, as we have innumerable concerns about both, too many to list in this space.

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Star Tribune

[In an editorial endorsement]

In this distasteful election cycle, there is only one reasonable choice for stable leadership at a time when Americans yearn to move past gridlock and tackle long-standing problems with pragmatic solutions. Hillary Clinton is the Star Tribune Editorial Board’s choice to become the next president of the United States.

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The New Yorker

The election of Hillary Clinton is an event that we will welcome for its immense historical importance, and greet with indescribable relief.

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Rockford Register Star

[In an editorial endorsement]

Despite these foibles, it’s clear that Clinton understands how America works. She gets the political culture we’ve built over 240 years of nationhood. Trump, by contrast, seems to be running against democracy itself. That’s why, in a year of unpleasant choices, we side with Clinton.

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San Francisco Bay Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Richmond Free Press

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Iowa City Press-Citizen

[In an editorial endorsement]

This election cycle has seemed interminable from the outset, and the outcome a long-ago foregone conclusion. But the one saving grace of this endless race for the White House is that, in all likelihood, it will end with a tough, qualified woman serving as president of the United States: Clinton, who we endorse wholeheartedly.

None

Tacoma News Tribune

[In an editorial endorsement]

For the News Tribune Editorial Board, the only responsible recommendation we can offer is that Hillary Clinton be elected the 45th U.S. president.

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The Bulletin

[In an editorial endorsement]

For the presidency of the United States, The Bulletin endorses former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

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The State Journal-Register

[In an editorial endorsement]

This editorial board, like others, considered the possibility of a non-endorsement. But we concluded that, as voters must, we had to weigh the choices actually before us, not the ones we wished we had — and opt for the more responsible option. In that case, that choice falls to Hillary Clinton.

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Daily Herald

[In an editorial endorsement]

Instead, today we explain to you why we not only endorse Park Ridge native Hillary Clinton for president but why we do so enthusiastically; why we feel she is fully prepared for the office and why though she has flaws, frankly that attribute alone makes her the only serious option on the ballot.

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Newsday

[In an editorial endorsement]

She is realistic about our nation’s problems and resolute about fixing them. Her unbroken belief in the dream of America, and her commitment to the right of every American to have a chance to achieve that, make Hillary Clinton the right choice to be our president.

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The Mercury News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Vote for Hillary Clinton.

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

[In an editorial endorsement]

Despite our reservations, HILLARY CLINTON is far better than Trump or anyone else running. She should be president.

None

Q-Notes

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

East Oregonian

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton is worthy of the office. She has worked all her life to get there, and no one will work harder once she arrives. Her opponent isn’t worthy of anything except sitting in his chair in his lonely, gilded hotel room, flipping through cable news channels and complaining about them.

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Poughkeepsie Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

The stench and shallowness of the Trump campaign should greatly alarm the American people. Trump has to be defeated, and Clinton is the only legitimate option to do it.

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The Austin Chronicle

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Alameda Magazine

[In an editorial endorsement]

President: Hillary Clinton

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Philadelphia Tribune

[In an editorial endorsement]

The Philadelphia Tribune strongly endorses Hillary Clinton to become the nation’s next president.

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Wisconsin Gazette

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

East Bay Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

The choice between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump for president is stark – more so than any other in living memory. Yes, both candidates are flawed. But in the sheer scale of those flaws, there is no comparison. Vote for Hillary Clinton.

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Genesis Rodriguez

[On Instagram, captioning a photo of Hillary Clinton wearing sunglasses]

😎 #imwithher #hillaryclinton #nastywoman #madamepresident #hillary2016

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The Skanner

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

La Raza

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Chico News & Review

Unlike our journalism colleagues over at the local daily, which is shirking its duty when it comes to endorsing for POTUS, this newspaper is unequivocally in support of Hillary Clinton.

None

Eugene Weekly

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Charlotte Post

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Indy Week

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Jewish Ledger

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Colorado Springs Independent

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Portland Mercury

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Washington Informer

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Batesville Herald-Tribune

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Royse City Herald-Banner

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Stranger

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Walla Walla Union-Bulletin

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton is not without her own baggage and challenges. Still, Clinton has a strong grasp of world and domestic affairs, experience as a U.S. senator and secretary of state and the appropriate temperament to serve as president. Given the two candidates before us, Clinton is the only reasonable choice.

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Vogue Magazine

[In an editorial endorsement]

Vogue endorses Hillary Clinton for president of the United States.

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LNP

[In an editorial endorsement]

Both she and Trump are not only flawed, but unpopular. So the first inclination of our editorial board was to endorse “none of the above.” But someone is going to be inaugurated Jan. 20. In our view, the best and only choice for president Nov. 8 is Hillary Clinton.

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The Pantagraph

[In an editorial endorsement]

There is a lot to do to get this country back on track. Clinton is the candidate best equipped to do that. She should be elected the president on Nov. 8.

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El Diario La Prensa

[In an editorial endorsement]

El Diario endorses Hillary Clinton for president of the United States.

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La Opinión

[In an editorial endorsement]

La Opinión endorses Hillary Clinton for President of the United States.

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The Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Merced Sun-Star

[In an editorial endorsement]

We make no apologies for endorsing Hillary Clinton for president. Of the two major candidates and all the minor-leaguers, she is by far the most qualified, most prepared, most thoughtful, most experienced and most deserving of our votes. That doesn’t mean we don’t have concerns. What doesn’t concern us, though, are her ideas, skills and demeanor. Throughout this bitter campaign, she has shown that she has what it takes to lead.

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Star Beacon

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton’s public service experience, qualifications and inclusive leadership skills make her prepared and fit to become the 45th president of the United States.

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Chattanooga Times Free Press

[In an editorial endorsement]

We could never endorse Clinton, do not choose to recommend a third-party candidate and never would advise anyone not to vote. However, because Trump doesn't espouse the traditional conservative values of this page, we cannot endorse him.

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The Bulletin

[In an editorial endorsement]

While both candidates are deeply flawed, one — and only one — is qualified to serve as president of the United States: Clinton. Voters in Central Oregon should help her get there.

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The Courier-Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

We wish we had an adequate alternative. As an editorial board, we struggled to endorse anyone. But in assessing both candidates, we determined Clinton would be the cleanest choice in a messy election year.

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The Keene Sentinel

[In an editorial endorsement]

It has become almost conventional wisdom that for most voters this election offers a choice only to vote against the candidate they like least. But we disagree and believe there are many reasons to enthusiastically vote for Hillary Clinton.

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York Dispatch

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton clearly has the intelligence, experience and temperament to be an outstanding president of the United States and leader of the free world. In other words, she is everything her Republican challenger is not.

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The Register-Guard

[In an editorial endorsement]

The candidate who has a chance of winning and has contributed least to this atmosphere deserves support. That’s Hillary Clinton, who would become the nation’s first woman president. A vote for her does more than say no to Donald Trump. Whatever else people think of Clinton, they can be sure of this: She is an indefatigable worker, capable of withstanding tremendous pressure, and dedicated to improving the lives of others.

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The News Leader

[In an editorial endorsement]

Of the candidates on the ballot, Hillary Clinton is the obvious choice to blaze a forward trail. She has been doing just that all her life.

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Wisconsin State Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton — by far — is best prepared to lead our nation toward peace and prosperity. The State Journal endorses the former secretary of state, U.S. senator and first lady in the Nov. 8 election.

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Canon City Daily Record

[In an editorial endorsement, syndicated from the Longmont Times-Call]

Of the candidates in all parties who remain in this race, only one can lead this nation for the next four years, and that person is Hillary Clinton.

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Midland Daily News

[In an editorial endorsement]

And so, today, we no longer are struggling to find ways to support Trump in this race; the Supreme Court litmus test just isn’t enough to push even this conservative newspaper into making that endorsement. Endorsing Libertarian Gary Johnson, as other conservative newspapers have done, would simply be taking the easy way out. Johnson has no chance of winning. So the Daily News is left with Clinton as its only choice.

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Billings Gazette

[In an editorial endorsement]

We implore Gazette readers to use their votes to elect the better candidate in this race. Vote for the first American woman to become our president; vote for Clinton.

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The Herald

[In an editorial endorsement]

When you weigh the strengths and weaknesses of the candidates, Clinton has the decisive edge because of her background in public service, her knowledge of government policies, her diplomatic experience on the world stage and her record of working across the political aisle for the public good. Clinton is prepared and qualified to be our next president.

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Herald & Review

[In an editorial endorsement]

There is a lot to do to get this country back on track. Clinton is the candidate best equipped to do that. She should be elected the president on Nov. 8.

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Fosters Daily Democrat

[In an editorial endorsement]

While no board members spoke in favor of Trump, a sizeable minority felt they could not endorse Hillary Clinton. The majority, however, felt she would make a good president and is by far the most qualified. [...] We urge our readers to support Hillary Clinton for president in the Nov. 8 general election.

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Kenosha News

[In an editorial endorsement]

If you dislike Trump but can’t in good conscience vote for Clinton, vote for Johnson or Stein. If you dislike Clinton but can’t in good conscience vote for Trump, vote for Johnson or Stein. Such votes will express your frustration but likely won’t affect the outcome. However, if you want to make your vote count for the person who stands the best chance at being successful as president, we recommend Hillary Clinton.

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Concord Monitor

[In an editorial endorsement]

It will come as a surprise to no one that this newspaper strongly endorses Hillary Clinton for president. Her opponent, Donald Trump, is completely unfit to serve and unfit to be a role model for anyone, let alone children. And that’s enough about him.

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The Herald Bulletin

[In an editorial endorsement]

Change for the sake of change alone is a bad idea, while a comprehensive, considered, informed agenda to meet challenges at home and abroad is the key to our country's future. Because Republican Donald Trump represents the first, and Democrat Hillary Clinton represents the latter, Clinton is far and away the better choice for president of the United States.

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The Columbian

[In an editorial endorsement]

By measures of experience, accomplishments, demeanor and policy, Clinton is a far superior candidate than her uniquely unqualified opponent. The Columbian recommends a vote for Hillary Clinton as president of the United States.

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Staten Island Advance

[In an editorial endorsement]

Someone will be elected in November and it is every Americans' right and duty to study the candidates and choose the one who will do a better job. We choose Hillary Rodham Clinton. This despite our beliefs that we do think Mrs. Clinton has flaws, and that we suspect Staten Island will tilt strongly in favor of her opponent, Donald J. Trump.

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Longmont Times-Call

[In an editorial endorsement]

Several conservative candidates with the leadership experience, character, aptitude, credentials and ideas to serve this nation well in the White House failed in the primary, and others chose not to run. Of the candidates in all parties who remain in this race, only one can lead this nation for the next four years, and that person is Hillary Clinton.

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The Post-Star

[In an editorial endorsement]

Our editorial board has decided that Hillary Clinton represents the only viable path forward for us to remain true to our American heritage, but each of you has to make that decision for yourself.

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Aurora Sentinel

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Mt. Vernon Register-News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton is the clear choice for president.

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Peoria Journal Star

[In an editorial endorsement]

We recommend a vote for Hillary Clinton as president of the United States, while hoping that come Nov. 9, the responsible adults leading our nation can find it within themselves to get beyond this corrosive campaign and begin the repair and healing necessary to move this nation forward at a trying, vulnerable stage of its history.

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Providence Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

In this environment, there is one candidate who has the intellect, calmness, toughness and experience to lead America through these troubled times. That is why we enthusiastically endorse Democrat Hillary Clinton for president.

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The Modesto Bee

[In an editorial endorsement]

We make no apologies for endorsing Hillary Clinton for president. Of the two major candidates and all the minor-leaguers, she is by far the most qualified, most prepared, most thoughtful, most experienced and most deserving of our votes. That doesn’t mean we don’t have concerns.

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Adirondack Daily Enterprise

[In an editorial endorsement]

Mrs. Clinton has been in public life for so long that she is one of the most predictable presidential candidates in U.S. history. We know, pretty well, what she would be like as president – a typical, professional Democrat. Mr. Trump, on the other hand, is a wild card. He could do some serious damage to this country. Some people are ready to take that chance, but we are not.

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Omaha World-Herald

[In an editorial endorsement]

With that much on the line, the prudent vote would go toward the least risky candidate for president. Put another way, the candidate who would have the best chance to implement changes by working with Congress, foreign and domestic leaders and military leaders under normal circumstances as well as during a crisis. That candidate is Hillary Rodham Clinton.

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The Des Moines Register

[In an editorial endorsement]

For those who believe America should be a beacon of a hope in a world ravaged by terrorism, that it should be a force for good and that its leaders should embody all that is best about this nation, there is only one choice for president: Hillary Clinton.

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The Times-Picayune

[In an editorial endorsement]

Our nation is divided. Healing it will require strength, emotional intelligence and respect for all people's humanity and dignity. We don't believe Hillary Clinton is everything America needs in a president. But we have no doubt that she is the best choice on the 2016 ballot to move the country forward.

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Reporter-Herald

[In an editorial endorsement]

Of the candidates in all parties who remain in this race, only one can lead this nation for the next four years, and that person is Hillary Clinton.

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Santa Fe New Mexican

[In an editorial endorsement]

For president, The New Mexican endorses Hillary Clinton — positively, enthusiastically and with anticipation of great accomplishments to come.

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Latina Magazine

[In an editorial endorsement signed by the Latina Editorial Board along with various individuals]

Which is why we are joining forces with fellow leaders in media and business, artists, activists, and influencers, to stand together to officially endorse Hillary Clinton for president.

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Orlando Sentinel

[In an editorial endorsement]

Like her or not, Democrat Hillary Clinton is well qualified to be president. Republican Donald Trump is not. Whether it's experience, knowledge, judgment or temperament, Clinton transcends Trump.

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The Daily Astorian

[In an editorial endorsement]

On Election Day, Hillary Clinton should make history by becoming the nation’s first woman president, and she has our endorsement for the job.

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The Jersey Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

Yes, Clinton is not perfect. No candidate ever is. And, yes, we urge her to make transparency a hallmark of her administration. To do otherwise would be a bitter disappointment. She is, however, the best candidate for the job and one we trust will make history – for all the right reasons – beyond Inauguration Day.

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El Observador

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Duncan Banner

[In an editorial endorsement]

This year’s presidential race offers no perfect candidate, and for the editorial board of The Duncan Banner, deciding whom to endorse has been as agonizing a process as many voters surely face. The lewd, abhorrent comments made by Republican Donald Trump in 2005, which surfaced just last week, reinforce our decision to support Democrat Hilary Clinton for president.

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News-Press

[In an editorial endorsement]

So, yes, we have misgivings about both candidates. Yet a sober look at their credentials and preparedness for the presidency, makes Clinton the only reasonable choice.

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Express-Star Daily

[In an editorial endorsement]

This year’s presidential race offers no perfect candidate, and for the editorial board of The Express-Star, deciding whom to endorse has been as agonizing a process as many voters surely face. The lewd, abhorrent comments made by Republican Donald Trump in 2005, which surfaced just last week, reinforce our decision to support Democrat Hilary Clinton for president.

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Lexington Herald-Leader

Of the candidates for president of the United States, only Hillary Clinton has the experience and temperament for the job.

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Democrat and Chronicle

[In an editorial endorsement]

We have two responsibilities on Election Day, Nov. 8. We must elect Hillary Clinton, whose credentials are among the strongest of any presidential candidate in our nation’s history. And, we must make sure that Trump knows that we, the people, are smarter than he.

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el Nuevo Herald

[In an editorial endorsement; translates roughly as "And Hillary Clinton is the best person in this race to take us to a definition of which we can be proud."]

Y Hillary Clinton es la mejor persona en esta contienda para llevarnos a una definición de la que podamos estar orgullosos.

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Rockwall Herald-Banner

[In an editorial endorsement]

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The Kansas City Star

[In an editorial endorsement]

And in 2016, the best step in that direction is a vote for Hillary Clinton. For some, it may not be an easy decision, but it is the right one. Unlike Donald Trump, she can be a president for all Americans.

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Miami Herald

[In an editorial endorsement]

And Hillary Clinton is by far the best person in this race to lead us to a definition of which we can be proud. She will protect the best interests of this nation, its standing on the world stage and even democracy itself.

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Boulder Weekly

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Monterey County Weekly

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Between the Lines

[In an editorial endorsement]

For LGBT voters, there is only one reasonable choice for President of the United States on Nov. 8, and that is Hillary Clinton. It is not only because the alternative is unthinkable; it is affirmatively because Hillary Clinton is a champion for human rights, including equal rights for LGBT people here in America and around the world.

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Idaho Statesman

[In an editorial endorsement]

We live in the real world, with real problems that need real solutions. We need someone with pragmatic approaches that include patience and compassion. We need Hillary Clinton to be the next president.

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The Taos News

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Philadelphia Gay News

[In an editorial endorsement]

PGN proudly endorses Hillary Clinton for president of the United States.

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The Washington Post

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton has the potential to be an excellent president of the United States, and we endorse her without hesitation.

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The San Francisco Examiner

[In an editorial endorsement]

A Clinton presidency would at the least preserve an expectation of decency in public life and a notion of public service in our national ethos. A Trump administration would be anathema to those ideals.

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Meridian Star

[In an editorial endorsement]

When you add up all the pluses and minuses, Hillary Clinton is the best candidate for president.

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Salt Lake Tribune

[In an editorial endorsement]

There is certainly not a perfect choice but, at this point, the only candidate who comes close to being qualified and fit for the post is Hillary Clinton.

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The Argonaut

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Glasgow Daily Times

[In an editorial endorsement, syndicated from CNHI News and The Ashland Daily Independent]

The presidency is not an entry-level position. It demands a steady hand, cool head, thick skin, mental toughness, diplomatic skill, bipartisan spirit, patience, and the ability to think rigorously before acting. Hillary Clinton is that person. Her record and expertise in the colossal issues that confront our nation make her the best choice to be our president.

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Mineral Wells Index

[In an editorial endorsement]

Bottom line: She is a stronger choice for president than anyone on the ballot. Her record of public service and detailed knowledge of the colossal issues facing the nation earns her our endorsement to become the 45th president of the United States.

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The Capital Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Bernardsville News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Rarely has a presidential choice been more clear; she, as a former First Lady, former U.S. Senator, former Secretary of State, is hands-down the most qualified candidate to run for president of the United States in decades and we are proud to endorse her.

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Tahlequah Daily Press

[In an editorial endorsement, syndicated from the Muskogee Phoenix]

Never in modern history have United States voters had such a clear - if imperfect - choice for president. Democrat Hillary Clinton is the only candidate with the experience, qualifications and respect necessary to be the next leader of the free world.

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Ezra Koenig

[On Twitter, referring to a lack of enthusiasm for voting for Hillary]

voting for Hillary doesn't have to be ur longest yeah boy ever. It can be ur shorter yeah boy ever. Just uhh don't waste ur yeah boy

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The Burlington Free Press

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton’s record says that she will be, at the very least, an able and competent president. At her best, she has the potential to bring her experience to bear for a presidency that gets things done, and serve as an inspiration for a new generation of women who lived to see this country elect its first female president. But if Clinton’s merits are insufficient, she remains the best choice for America on Nov. 8 if for no other reason than to keep Trump out of the White House.

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Courier-Post

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton is the person best positioned to lead America for the next four years.

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The Madison / St. Clair Record

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Suffolk Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Ada News

[In an editorial endorsement]

We consider this presidential election perhaps the most important presidential election in American history given what’s at stake, and after reviewing the policy positions of both candidates, we believe Clinton is the obvious choice for our vote.

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Windy City Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

The editorial board of Windy City Times is endorsing Hillary Rodham Clinton for president of the United States.

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Traverse City Record-Eagle

[In an editorial endorsement]

It is for the stark contrast between the candidates facing the American voters that we believe Hillary Clinton is the clear choice for president of the United States.

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San Diego CityBeat

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Daily Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

We wholeheartedly and confidently endorse Hillary Clinton to be our next president.

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Willamette Week

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Bay Windows

[In an editorial endorsement]

Bay Windows endorses Hillary Rodham Clinton for president of the United States.

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The Zionsville Times-Sentinel

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Goshen News

[In an editorial endorsement]

America needs an experienced, reasoned and balanced leader in the White House. Democrat Hillary Clinton best meets the qualifications of leadership and is our choice for president. Republican Donald Trump is her polar opposite in style and substance.

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Qué Pasa

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Jewish Week

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

East Bay Express

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Record

[In an editorial endorsement]

Donald Trump will fight with Americans; Hillary Clinton will fight for America. The Record endorses Hillary Clinton for president.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton is the only adult in the room, despite her many flaws, and she should be elected our next president. Her opponent, Donald Trump, in comparison lends new definitions to words such as “bully,” “boor” and “unqualified.”

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Derry News

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Latin Builders Association

It is clear that, in this election, the candidate whose values best align with the LBA and who possesses these important qualities is Hillary Clinton.

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The Times Record

[In an editorial endorsement]

She is qualified, capable and the only serious choice on Nov. 8. We endorse Hillary Clinton.

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The Daily Item

[In an editorial endorsement]

Trump’s myriad issues aside, Hillary Clinton’s record of public service and knowledge of the colossal issues the nation will confront in the next four years make her the obvious choice on Nov. 8.

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The Sentinel Echo

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

The Morehead News

[In an editorial endorsement]

None

Asbury Park Press

[In an editorial endorsement]

We had planned to endorse his opponent, Hillary Clinton, for president next week. But the leak of the despicable video in which he bragged about trying to have sex with a married woman — soon after his marriage to his third wife Melania — has prompted us to speed up our timetable. We endorse Clinton, who despite her flaws — grossly exaggerated by the Republicans and the far-right spin apparatus — is a superior candidate.

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The News and Tribune

[In an editorial endorsement]

We know Hillary Clinton’s record of public service and intricate knowledge of domestic and foreign policy make her the best choice for president.

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Kokomo Tribune

[In an editorial endorsement]

We endorse Hillary Clinton’s candidacy because she possesses the knowledge and experience to be an effective president.

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The Register-Herald

[In an editorial endorsement]

Donald Trump has left us with no choice but to endorse Hillary Clinton for president of the United States.

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The Hawk Eye

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton should be — and we believe will be — the next president of the United States. It will be as historic an election — the first woman to be elected president — as it was in 2008 when Barack Obama became the first black American to win the presidency.

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Las Vegas Sun

[In an editorial endorsement]

With absolute confidence in her abilities and our nation’s bright future, we enthusiastically endorse Hillary Clinton for president.

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Gloucester Daily Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

We believe Hillary Clinton is the best choice to rally us today and deliver to Americans the prosperity, harmony and security we all want and deserve. We choose Clinton and urge our readers to vote on Nov. 8 for the Democratic nominee.

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The Birmingham News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Trump is a unique threat and in an election where supporting third party candidates splits a national vote, we see but one option. Clinton may be the second least popular major party candidate in 50 years but she is also one of the most qualified candidates in history. And ultimately, if it isn't her, it's him. And that would be a disaster for America and the world.

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Daily Record

[In an editorial endorsement]

We had planned to endorse his opponent, Hillary Clinton, for president next week. But the leak of the despicable video in which he bragged about trying to have sex with a married woman — soon after his marriage to his third wife Melania — has prompted us to speed up our timetable. We strongly endorse Clinton, who despite her flaws — grossly exaggerated by the Republicans and the far-right spin apparatus — is a superior candidate.

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The Huntsville Item

[In an editorial endorsement, syndicated from The Cullman Times]

Bottom line: She is a stronger choice for president than anyone on the ballot. Her record of public service and detailed knowledge of the colossal issues facing the nation earn her our endorsement to become the 45th president of the United States.

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McAlester News-Capital

[In an editorial endorsement]

We consider this presidential election perhaps the most important presidential election in American history given what’s at stake, and after reviewing the policy positions of both candidates, we believe Clinton is the obvious choice for our vote.

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Woodward News

[In an guest editorial endorsement, syndicated from the Enid News & Eagle]

Clinton has her flaws, but she also has the experience and knowledge to lead our nation. Her record of public service and detailed knowledge of the colossal issues that our nation confronts make her our choice to become our 45th president.

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The Tribune-Democrat

[In an editorial endorsement]

The job of president requires resolve, refinement, vision and a dose of humility – none of which Trump has displayed during the campaign. The Democratic nominee is the only viable candidate for president.

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Niagara Gazette

[In an editorial endorsement]

We endorse Hillary Clinton for president.

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The Plain Dealer

[In an editorial endorsement]

The members do not feel Hillary Clinton is a good candidate, either. They are mostly aligned in their sentiment that Clinton has significant and well-known flaws. But, as either Clinton or Trump will be president as of next January, the board feels no choice but to endorse Clinton, fearing that a Trump presidency threatens our national security and basic civic values.

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The Eagle-Tribune

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton is the clear choice to become our 45th president and confront the challenges and dangers we face in the still young 21st century.

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The Joplin Globe

[In an editorial endorsement]

When it comes to the future security of America — the most important issue of our time — Clinton is the candidate who makes the most sense.

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Daily News of Newburyport

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton is the clear choice to become our 45th president and confront the challenges and dangers we face in the still young 21st century.

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Commercial News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Policy proposals, experience and temperament should be the basis for evaluating presidential candidates, not campaign commercials or social media. With those criteria in mind, we endorse Hillary Clinton to be the next president of the United States.

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Norman Transcript

[In an editorial endorsement]

Doesn’t seem like much of a question, does it? It’s unfortunate that it is. But Hillary Clinton is clearly the most qualified candidate to be our next president, which is why she gets the Norman Transcript’s endorsement for President of the United States.

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Courier News

[In an editorial endorsement]

We had planned to endorse his opponent, Hillary Clinton, for president next week. But the leak of the despicable video in which he bragged about trying to have sex with a married woman — soon after his marriage to his third wife Melania — has prompted us to speed up our timetable. We strongly endorse Clinton, who despite her flaws — grossly exaggerated by the Republicans and the far-right spin apparatus — is a superior candidate.

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Press-Republican

[In an editorial endorsement]

It has been at least 40 years since the Press-Republican has endorsed a presidential candidate. But the circumstances are so unusual and the stakes are so high in this year’s election, we are breaking with that tradition and supporting Democrat Hillary Clinton for president.

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Cumberland Times-News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton should be elected America’s next president.

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Times West Virginian

[In an editorial endorsement]

With that in mind, the Times West Virginian editorial board believes Democrat Hillary Clinton, while not a perfect choice, is the most qualified candidate to become our next president.

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Columbus Dispatch

[In an editorial endorsement]

The stakes are too high to sit out this election and risk letting Trump misuse the awesome power of the presidency. The Dispatch urges voters to elect Hillary Clinton.

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The Day

[In an editorial endorsement]

For all these reasons, U.S. voters cannot afford to elect an inexperienced president or an irrational one, which defines the Republican nominee, Donald Trump. They need a realist, a seasoned and tested leader. This is why, given the available options, the best choice is clear — Hillary Clinton, the Democratic candidate.

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The Valdosta Daily Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

With a lifelong record of public service, Clinton understands the monumental issues the nation will confront in the next four years. She has prepared herself and is uniquely qualified to be our 45th president.

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Foreign Policy

[In an editorial endorsement]

It is for all these reasons that FP’s editors are now breaking with tradition to endorse Hillary Clinton for the next president of the United States.

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Tribune-Star

[In an editorial endorsement]

Experience, demeanor and maturity make Hillary Clinton the superior choice to be the next president of the United States.

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The Sun News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Despite her faults, Hillary Clinton is qualified, capable and steady. She is by far the best choice Americans have.

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The Salem News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton is the clear choice to become our 45th president and confront the challenges and dangers we face in the still young 21st century.

None

Greensburg Daily News

[In an editorial endorsement]

We know Hillary Clinton’s record of public service and intricate knowledge of domestic and foreign policy make her the best choice for president.

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Muskogee Phoenix

[In an editorial endorsement]

Never in modern history have United States voters had such a clear — if imperfect — choice for president. Democrat Hillary Clinton is the only candidate with the experience, qualifications and respect necessary to be the next leader of the free world.

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New Castle News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton’s record of public service and her deeply mined knowledge of this nation’s challenges, now and over the next four years, make her the clear choice — and our choice — to be president of the United States.

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St. Louis Post-Dispatch

[in an editorial endorsement]

Clinton understands what an awesome responsibility it is to lead a nation because she has spent the bulk of her adult life participating in that very endeavor. That’s why she remains: America’s only choice.

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Times-Standard

[In an editorial endorsement]

On Nov. 8, voters truly face a historic choice between a glaringly unqualified boor and a supremely qualified candidate who’s proven her mettle. We choose Hillary Clinton.

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The Record

[In an editorial endorsement]

This country is too great to elect such a non-qualified person as Trump as its president. Hillary Clinton is the only choice.

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Enid News & Eagle

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton has her flaws, but she also has the experience and knowledge to lead our nation. Her record of public service and detailed knowledge of the colossal issues that our nation confronts make her our choice to become our 45th president.

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The Commercial Appeal

[In an editorial endorsement]

Her flaws notwithstanding, compared with Donald Trump, there is no denying Hillary Clinton is more qualified, and prepared, for the presidency.

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Mankato Free Press

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton is the only candidate in this election who can meet the high expectations Americans set for their president.

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Bluefield Daily Telegraph

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton has the credentials, political knowledge and battle-tested competence to deal with the consequential issues the nation will confront in the next four years. She is qualified to become our 45th president.

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The Olympian

[In an editorial endorsement]

There is no better choice than Hillary Rodham Clinton for president of the United States in 2016.

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Herald-Banner

[In an editorial endorsement]

We realize that Trump will remain the choice of many of our readers. We respectfully decline our seat on the bandwagon, as former Presidents George W. Bush and George H.W. Bush have also declined theirs. In this election, we see Clinton as the most acceptable choice.

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Pharos-Tribune

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton is the clear choice for president.

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The News Virginian

[In an editorial endorsement]

In the meantime, Clinton, even with all her faults, is the only major candidate who is qualified — from a strictly practical standpoint — to be president. And, perhaps more importantly, she is nowhere near the risk Trump is. That’s reason enough, even for those who support one of the third-party candidates, to hold one’s nose, and vote for her.

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Clinton Herald

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton’s record of public service and detailed knowledge of the complex and imposing issues the nation will confront in the next four years make her the superior choice to become the next president.

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The Daily Independent

[In an editorial endorsement]

The presidency is not an entry-level position. It demands a steady hand, cool head, thick skin, mental toughness, diplomatic skill, bipartisan spirit, patience, and the ability to think rigorously before acting. Hillary Clinton is that person. Her record and expertise in the colossal issues that confront our nation make her the best choice to be our president.

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Lockport Union-Sun & Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

All of which is to say it’s not even close. We endorse Hillary Clinton for president.

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The News & Observer

[In an editorial endorsement]

No candidate has ever been more qualified. She will be an excellent president. Vote for Hillary Clinton.

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The Meadville Tribune

[In an editorial endorsement]

In our view, Hillary Clinton is far better prepared than Donald Trump to serve and protect the nation as our next president.

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The Boston Globe

[In an editorial endorsement]

Over her career, she’s demonstrated the poise, intelligence, dedication, and preparedness to be commander in chief. Hillary Clinton is not just the only safe choice in this election — she’s also the right choice.

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The Daily Citizen

[In an editorial endorsement]

We believe Democrat Hillary Clinton's policies, plans and ambitions offer more balance and reliability for the nation than gambling on the risky promises of Republican Donald Trump. She has the political leadership competencies to steer a steady course in a time of increasing turmoil at home and around the world.

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Marin Independent Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

At this crossroads, the IJ recommends Hillary Clinton as the far superior choice for president of our country.

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La Gaceta

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Bangor Daily News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Knowledge matters. Temperament matters. Vision matters. Clinton has all of the above, and she would serve as president with distinction. We are proud to support her historic candidacy.

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The Daily Star

[In an editorial endorsement]

Donald Trump has left us no choice. The Daily Star endorses Hillary Clinton to be the 45th president of the United States of America.

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The Cullman Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

Bottom line: She is a stronger choice for president than anyone on the ballot. Her record of public service and detailed knowledge of the colossal issues facing the nation earn her our endorsement to become the 45th president of the United States.

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The Seattle Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton is the only choice for president. She is undeniably the candidate with the experience, skills, knowledge and self-control to do the job.

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Fresno Bee

[In an editorial endorsement]

Based on her positions on the big issues of our time – the economy, taxes, immigration, the global war on terrorism, policing, gun control and climate change – and her huge edge in public service experience and temperament over her chief rival, we recommend Hillary Clinton as the strong, steady and compassionate leader America needs in the White House.

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The Reader

[In an editorial endorsement]

Yeah, I know what you could be thinking at this point. Not exactly holding your breath, are you? An endorsement of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton coming from an alternative publication such as ours? Big surprise, huh?

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The Denver Post

[In an editorial endorsement]

We urge voters to dump Trump and choose the clearly qualified candidate in this race: Hillary Clinton.

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Hartford Courant

[In an editorial endorsement]

The Courant endorses Mrs. Clinton for president. She has the right values for a nation that has seen the evil that hatred does.

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Ventura County Star

[In an editorial endorsement]

When you vote for president, the Ventura County Star Editorial Board strongly urges you to select Hillary Clinton.

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The Post-Standard

[In an editorial endorsement]

We endorse Hillary Clinton as the candidate best equipped to handle the day-to-day responsibilities of the presidency – the ins and outs of politics and policy – as well as respond to domestic and international crises calmly, and with consultation and resolve.

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The Tampa Bay Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton is well-qualified to be president, and her election as the first woman to lead the nation would shatter another glass ceiling. The Tampa Bay Times recommends Hillary Clinton for president.

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Maren Morris

[In an interview with Billboard, in response to "Trump or Clinton?"]

I have to go with Hillary just because I can’t stand Trump.

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The Pride L.A.

[In an editorial endorsement]

The Pride Los Angeles is pleased to endorse Hillary Clinton for President of the United States of America.

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Bay Area Reporter

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Effingham Daily News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton gets our endorsement because she is the only sensible choice available in a world that's become increasingly senseless.

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The Patriot-News

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Santa Barbara Independent

[In an editorial endorsement]

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The Atlantic

[In an editorial endorsement for Hillary Clinton]

But Trump is not a man of ideas. He is a demagogue, a xenophobe, a sexist, a know-nothing, and a liar. He is spectacularly unfit for office, and voters—the statesmen and thinkers of the ballot box—should act in defense of American democracy and elect his opponent.

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The Nation

[In an editorial endorsement]

The Nation endorses Hillary Clinton for president and believes that a substantial victory by her in November is essential to advance the progressive issues we have long championed.

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The Spokesman-Review

[In an editorial endorsement]

The histrionics of the presidential campaign has masked a simple question: Who is qualified? At this point, there is only one candidate who meets this essential requirement: Hillary Clinton.

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San Antonio Express-News

[In an editorial endorsement]

Clinton is the only logical choice in this presidential election.

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The Charlotte Observer

[In an editorial endorsement]

Yes, we understand why many voters are unhappy with their choice this election. We are, too. But we believe that despite her faults, Hillary Clinton is qualified, capable and steady. She is by far the best choice Americans have.

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Corpus Christi Caller-Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

That we endorse Hillary Clinton for president should come as no surprise. There really is no other choice. And that's unfortunate — not because, as many Americans have allowed themselves to be led to believe, the country desperately needs a viable alternative to her. It's unfortunate because of the shadow it casts upon the former secretary of state/senator/first lady's genuine worthiness to be our first female president.

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Asheville Citizen-Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

A Clinton presidency won’t make for the reality TV spectacle a Trump presidency would bring, and it most likely won’t spur the revolution Buncombe voters wanted from Bernie Sanders - who is now campaigning with and urging support for Clinton. The change may be slower and marked by compromise, but it will move us forward. And that is the only direction North Carolina can afford to go.

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El Paso Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

In this election, voters have a choice between Clinton, who is one of the best-prepared nominees in recent decades, and Trump, who is historically unqualified to sit in the Oval Office. Other candidates are on the ballot as well, but none match Clinton’s qualifications, and none can effectively block the detestable prospect of a Trump presidency. The El Paso Times editorial board endorses Hillary Clinton for president.

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The Sacramento Bee

[In an editorial endorsement]

Forget, for a moment, Donald Trump’s many, many fundamental flaws that make him wholly unsuited and unqualified to be president. Focus instead on the very good reasons to support Hillary Clinton besides keeping Trump out of the White House – reasons why The Sacramento Bee’s editorial board endorses her as the strong, steady and compassionate leader America needs right now.

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The Sun-Sentinel

[In an editorial endorsement]

The very bottom line? Trump is not qualified. Hillary is fully qualified to serve as president of the United States. Use your vote to swing this swing state to Hillary.

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The Desert Sun

[In an editorial endorsement]

By these measures, there is no other choice for president this year than Hillary Clinton. Though demonized by her critics, Clinton is supremely qualified to lead, especially compared to Trump.

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The Chicago Sun-Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

We endorse Hillary Clinton for president. She is fit for the job, and she has earned it.

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The San Diego Union-Tribune

[In an editorial endorsement]

This paper has not endorsed a Democrat for president in its 148-year history. But we endorse Clinton. She’s the safe choice for the U.S. and for the world, for Democrats and Republicans alike.

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The Baltimore Sun

[In an editorial endorsement]

We endorse Hillary Clinton for president.

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Athens News

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Falls Church News-Press

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Gay City News

[In an editorial endorsement]

At the risk of belaboring the obvious, it is essential that we elect Hillary Clinton as president on November 8.

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The Martha's Vineyard Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

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Louis Gray

[On Twitter, with a screenshot showing his donation to the Hillary Victory Fund]

@davemcclure I just gave $1,000 via Nerdz4Hillary. Let's get it up to a few $M.

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South Florida Gay News

[In an editorial endorsement]

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The Arizona Republic

[In an editorial endorsement]

The Arizona Republic editorial board endorses Hillary Clinton for president.

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Kennebec Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

In our view, Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton is one of the most qualified people ever to run for the office, and she easily earns our endorsement. She has both executive branch and legislative experience as well as an expert’s depth of knowledge in both domestic and foreign policy.

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Portland Press Herald

[In an editorial endorsement]

In our view, Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton is one of the most qualified people ever to run for the office, and she easily earns our endorsement.

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The New York Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

Our endorsement is rooted in respect for her intellect, experience, toughness and courage over a career of almost continuous public service, often as the first or only woman in the arena.

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The Akron Beacon Journal

[In an editorial endorsement]

We recommend the election of Hillary Clinton on Nov. 8.

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The Cincinatti Enquirer

That’s why there is only one choice when we elect a president in November: Hillary Clinton.

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The Los Angeles Times

[In an editorial endorsement]

Every presidential race is described as “defining” and “historic.” This time, it’s true. Americans must not sit this election out, but cast their votes for Hillary Clinton over her dangerous Republican opponent, Donald Trump.

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George H. W. Bush

[Kathleen Hartington Kennedy Townsend, the former Maryland lieutenant governor and daughter of the late Robert F. Kennedy, posted a photo with him on Facebook saying "The President told me he’s voting for Hillary!!”]

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Dallas Voice

[In an editorial endorsement]

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The Daily Camera

[In an editorial endorsement]

But the reality is that this is the easiest choice in our lifetimes — a smart, dedicated, experienced, flawed woman against a pathological liar, an egomaniac who either doesn't know what the truth is or doesn't care. Even including the two minor-party candidates, Gary Johnson and Jill Stein, we see only one candidate qualified for the job. We endorse Hillary Clinton. It is not a close call.

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Dallas Morning News

There is only one serious candidate on the presidential ballot in November. We recommend Hillary Clinton.

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The Berkshire Eagle

[In an editorial endorsement]

The Eagle is proud to be in the vanguard along with the three other American newspapers that have so far endorsed Hillary Clinton. We believe that in shattering the glass ceiling she has the potential to be a great president.

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David Nierenberg

[On the dangers of a Trump presidency]

For these reasons, I have decided to endorse and support Hillary Clinton for president, even though everybody else I will vote for this November will be a real Republican.

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WIRED

[In an editorial endorsement]

We’ll keep fighting for the future instead of for the past. And part of that fight is endorsing Hillary Clinton for president.

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The San Francisco Chronicle

[In an editorial endorsement]

Hillary Clinton is the one candidate prepared to lead this nation.

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Houston Chronicle

Houston Chronicle Editorial Board endorses Hillary Clinton

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New York Daily News

[In an editorial endorsement]

With Trump representing a clear and present danger to the republic, waiting until November would be irresponsible: The Daily News endorses Clinton now.

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Manny MUA

[On Twitter]

Im gonna miss Obama and his family 😩 Lets do this Hillary 🙌🏻 you got this!

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Rick Nolan

I'm fully and confidently supporting Hillary Clinton and pleased with the display of unity we've seen from the convention. Of course, I was a Sanders supporter, but the fact that she's embraced so much of what the Sanders campaign stood for makes it imperative we elect Hillary Clinton for president.

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The Advocate

[In an editorial endorsement]

There is no foregone conclusion. There is no obvious outcome. But there is only one capable candidate in this election, and only one candidate who is a champion of LGBT causes. That clear and necessary choice is Hillary Clinton.

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Dolly Parton

[When asked how she feels about a female presidential nominee]

I think Hillary’s very qualified. So if she gets it, I’ll certainly be behind her.

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Peter Welch

[Implying that he'd prefer Clinton as President]

We’ve got to unify, and the sooner we do it the better. And I actually think Bernie’s leverage at the convention is strengthened if he acknowledges he’s going to support Hillary, because he comes to that convention with over 1,800 delegates. [...] We’re going to need him to defeat Donald Trump.

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Margot Dorfman

[In a statement published on the Clinton campaign website]

I personally support Hillary Clinton for President because she is not just a candidate who says she will help build an economy that works for everyone; she knows how to do it and has the leadership, vision, temperament and capability to get it done.

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Walter F. Ulloa

[In a statement published on the Clinton campaign website]

Hillary is a strong, experienced leader who will move America forward. She understands businesses such as Entravision, which employs over a thousand people and serves communities across the country. As President, she will grow our economy, create jobs and strengthen our country.

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U.S. Black Chambers, Inc.

[In a statement published on the Clinton campaign website]

The U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. was one of the first Black organizations to support Hillary Clinton in the early stages, when it was deemed too early to publicly endorse her campaign. We said then that we believe she is the best candidate with the best understanding of the economic challenges facing Black business owners and small business owners across the board.

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Philadelphia Magazine

[In an editorial endorsement]

There’s only one choice in this election, and that’s Hillary Clinton for president.

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César Vargas

[In an op-ed for the Huffington Post]

You are not obligated to vote for Hillary Clinton, but I am because she’s our last hope from utter destruction. We can’t have that. I care about the well-being of our people. It would behoove every Latino, every American, to do the same. We must rally behind Hillary Clinton.

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Washington Blade

[In an editorial endorsement]

The time has come to move past divisive fights of the past and rally around an ally who has pledged to put the full weight of her administration and bully pulpit into maintaining and advancing LGBT equality. Hillary Clinton is that ally and has earned LGBT support in November.

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Rolling Stone

[In an editorial endorsement during the Democratic primary]

On the question of experience, the ability to enact progressive change, and the issue of who can win the general election and the presidency, the clear and urgent choice is Hillary Clinton.

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Watermark

[In an editorial endorsement]

In a time fraught with global insecurity and with too many moving parts, we respect Bernie implicitly, but we choose Hillary as our pick for the next President of the United States of America. And we’re proud to do so.

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Betty McCollum

[Reportedly hosted a fundraiser for the "Minnesotans Ready for Hillary" super PAC]

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