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List of Hillary Clinton 2016 presidential campaign political endorsements

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of notable individual politicians and political organizations who have publicly indicated support for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 United States presidential election.

Public officials serving below the state level and all other individuals and entities are listed only if they have a separate stand-alone article. Those who indicated their support after Hillary Clinton's presumptive nomination on June 11 are denoted with an asterisk.

Federal officials and state governors

Presidents and Vice Presidents

Name Position Party In office Ref
Jimmy Carter 39th President Democratic 1977–81 [a][1]
Bill Clinton 42nd President Democratic 1993–2001 [2]
Barack Obama 44th President 2009–2017 [3]
Walter Mondale 42nd Vice President 1977–81 [4]
Al Gore 45th Vice President 1993–2001 [5]
Joe Biden 47th Vice President 2009–2017 [2]

Federal Cabinet-level officers

Name Position Party In office Ref
Madeleine Albright 64th Secretary of State Democratic 1997–2001 [6]
Colin Powell 65th Secretary of State Republican 2001–05 [7]
John Kerry 68th Secretary of State Democratic 2013–17 [8]
William Cohen 20th Secretary of Defense Republican 1997–2001 [9]
Leon Panetta 23rd Secretary of Defense Democratic 2011–13 [10]
Cecil Andrus 42nd Secretary of the Interior Democratic 1977–81 [11]
Ken Salazar 50th Secretary of the Interior Democratic 2009–13 [12]
Mack McLarty 17th White House Chief of Staff Democratic 1993–94 [13]
Erskine Bowles 19th White House Chief of Staff Democratic 1997–98 [14]
John Podesta 20th White House Chief of Staff Democratic 1998–2001 [15]
William M. Daley 25th White House Chief of Staff Democratic 2011–12 [16]
Henry Cisneros 10th Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Democratic 1993–97 [17]
Julian Castro 16th Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Democratic 2014–present [18]
Michael Chertoff 2nd Secretary of Homeland Security Republican 2005–09 [7]
Bill Richardson 9th Secretary of Energy Democratic 1998–2001 [19]
Steven Chu 12th Secretary of Energy Democratic 2009–13 [20]
Austan Goolsbee 26th Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers Democratic 2010–11 [21]
Carlos Gutierrez 35th Secretary of Commerce Republican 2005–09 [22]
Gary Locke 36th Secretary of Commerce Democratic 2009–11 [23]
Robert Reich 22nd Secretary of Labor Democratic 1993–97 [24]
Alexis Herman 23rd Secretary of Labor Democratic 1997–2001 [25]
Hilda Solis 25th Secretary of Labor Democratic 2009–2013 [26]
Carla Hills 10th Trade Representative Republican 1989–93 [22]
Ron Kirk 16th Trade Representative Democratic 2009–2013 [27]
Eric Holder 86th Attorney General Democratic 2009–2015 [10]
Karen Mills 23rd Administrator of the Small Business Administration Democratic 2009-13 [28]
Rodney E. Slater 13th Secretary of Transportation Democratic 1997–2001 [13]
Norman Mineta 14th Secretary of Transportation Democratic 2001–2006 [23]
Mary E. Peters 15th Secretary of Transportation Republican 2006–2009 [29]
Henry Paulson 74th Secretary of the Treasury Republican 2006–09 [7]
Andrew Young 14th Ambassador to the United Nations Democratic 1977–79 [30]
Thomas R. Pickering 18th Ambassador to the United Nations Democratic 1989–92 [31]
William Ruckelshaus 1st and 5th Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency Republican 1970–73, 1983–85 [22]
William K. Reilly 7th Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency Republican 1989–93 [22]
Carol Browner 8th Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency Democratic 1993–2001 [32]
Christine Todd Whitman 9th Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency Republican 2001–03 [7]
Lisa P. Jackson 12th Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency Democratic 2009–13 [33]
Richard Riley 6th Secretary of Education Democratic 1993–2001 [34]
Louis Wade Sullivan 17th Secretary of Health and Human Services Republican 1989–93 [7]
Donna Shalala 18th Secretary of Health and Human Services Democratic 1993–2001 [35]
Kathleen Sebelius 21st Secretary of Health and Human Services Democratic 2009–14 [36]
Laura Tyson 16th Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers Democratic 1993–95 [21]
Joseph Stiglitz 17th Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers Democratic 1995–97 [a][37]
James Lee Witt Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency Democratic 1993–2001 [13]

State and territorial governors

Current (as of 2016)[38]

Name Position Party Ref
Steve Bullock 24th Governor of Montana Democratic [39]
John Bel Edwards 56th Governor of Louisiana Democratic [40]
Maggie Hassan 81st Governor of New Hampshire Democratic [41]
John Hickenlooper 42nd Governor of Colorado Democratic
Dan Malloy 88th Governor of Connecticut Democratic
Jack Markell 73rd Governor of Delaware Democratic
Terry McAuliffe 72nd Governor of Virginia Democratic
Lolo Matalasi Moliga 57th Governor of American Samoa Democratic [42]
Jay Nixon 55th Governor of Missouri Democratic [43]
Alejandro García Padilla 11th Governor of Puerto Rico Democratic [44]
Gina Raimondo 75th Governor of Rhode Island Democratic
Earl Ray Tomblin 35th Governor of West Virginia Democratic [45]
Peter Shumlin 81st Governor of Vermont Democratic [46]
Tom Wolf 47th Governor of Pennsylvania Democratic
Jerry Brown 34th Governor of California Democratic [47]
Andrew Cuomo 56th Governor of New York Democratic [48]
Kate Brown 38th Governor of Oregon Democratic [49]
Mark Dayton 40th Governor of Minnesota Democratic [50]
Jay Inslee 23rd Governor of Washington Democratic [51]

Former

U.S. Senators

Current[38]

Former

U.S. Representatives

Current[38]

Former

Former members of the federal judiciary

State officials

Executive officials

Current

Former

State legislators

Alaska

Arizona

California

Colorado

Connecticut

Florida

Georgia

Idaho

Illinois

Iowa[205][235][236]

Kansas[56]

Kentucky[200]

Louisiana[243]

Maine[28][245]

Maryland[97][248][249][250]

Massachusetts[144]

Michigan[258]

Minnesota[4][147][186][261]

Mississippi[77]

Missouri[69]

Montana

Nebraska[72]

Nevada[76][128][265]

New Hampshire[143][272]

New Jersey[281][282][283][284]

New Mexico

New York[129][290][291][292][293][294][295][296]

North Carolina[304]

North Dakota[306]

Ohio[96][307]

Oklahoma'[28]

Oregon

Pennsylvania[198][314][315]

Puerto Rico[322]

Rhode Island

  • Sen. Adam Satchell
  • South Carolina[326][327][328][329]

    South Dakota[337]

    Tennessee[338]

    Texas[17][104][340][341]

    Utah

    Vermont[69]

    Virginia[174][348][349]

    Washington[353]

    West Virginia

    Wisconsin[64]

    Wyoming[88]

    Former members of state judiciaries

    Municipal officials

    Mayors, county executives, and tribal leaders

    Current[361][362]

    Former[361][362]

    Municipal executive officials

    Current

    Former

    Municipal legislators

    Atlanta

    Boston[144]

    Chicago and metro area[442]

    Cincinnati

    Cleveland[447]

    Detroit and metro area[258]

    Los Angeles and metro area[417]

    Midwestern United States[72]

    Minneapolis and metro area

    Newark, New Jersey and metro area[456]

    New York City and metro area[129][294][457]

    Northeastern United States

    Philadelphia and metro area[198]

    San Francisco and Bay Area[23]

    Seattle and metro area[355]

    Southern United States

    Washington, D.C. and metro area[249][480][481]

    Western United States[76]

    Diplomats and bureaucrats

    Robert Bradtke
    Robert Bradtke

    Federal departmental officials

    U.S. Department of Commerce

    U.S. Department of Defense[487]

    U.S. Department of Education

    U.S. Department of Energy

    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

    U.S. Department of Homeland Security

    U.S. Department of the Interior

    U.S. Department of Justice

    U.S. Department of Labor

    U.S. Department of State[487][498]

    U.S. Department of the Treasury

    Independent agencies and commissions

    State, municipal, and tribal staffers

    U.S. Ambassadors[31]

    U.S. Attorneys

    U.S. Military

    Air Force[332]

    Army[332][547]

    Coast Guard

    Marine Corps[332]

    Navy[332]

    White House staff

    International political figures

    Current Heads of state and government

    Chile

    Czech Republic

    France

    Italy

    New Zealand

    Scotland

    Serbia

    Sweden

    Taiwan

    Ukraine

    Former Heads of state and government

    Former Heads of State and Government
    Name Position Years in Position Party Ref
    Carl Bildt Prime Minister of Sweden 1991-1994 Moderate Party [578]
    Tony Blair 51st Prime Minister of the United Kingdom 1997–2007 Labour Party [579]
    Kim Campbell 19th Prime Minister of Canada 1993 Conservative Party of Canada [580]
    Rafael Correa 43rd President of Ecuador 2007-2017 PAIS Alliance [581]
    Laurent Fabius 158th Prime Minister of France 1984-1986 Socialist Party [582]
    Vicente Fox 55th President of Mexico 2000-2006 National Action Party [583]
    Julia Gillard 27th Prime Minister of Australia 2010-2013 Labor Party [584]
    Atifete Jahjaga 4th President of Kosovo 2011-2016 Independent [585]
    Paul Keating 24th Prime Minister of Australia 1991-1996 Labor Party [586]
    Nicolas Sarkozy 23rd President of France 2007-2012 The Republicans [570]

    Members of national and supranational parliaments

    Australia

    Liberal Party

    Labor Party

    Cambodia

    National Rescue Party

    Canada

    Conservative Party

    Liberal Party

    Colombia

    European Union

    Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe

    European People's Party

    The Greens–European Free Alliance

    Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats

    Finland

    France

    The Republicans

    Socialist Party

    Germany

    Alliance '90/The Greens

    Social Democratic Party

    Ireland

    Independent

    Labour Party

    Netherlands[612]

    Democrats 66

    GroenLinks

    Labour Party

    New Zealand

    Labour Party

    National Party

    Green Party

    Norway[614]

    Center Party

    Christian Democratic Party

    Conservative Party

    Labour Party

    Liberal Party

    Progress Party

    Pakistan

    Movement for Justice

    Pakistan People's Party

    Spain

    Spanish Socialist Workers' Party

    Sweden[618]

    Centre Party

    The Liberals

    Moderate Party

    Social Democratic Party

    Tanzania

    Alliance for Change and Transparency

    Party of the Revolution

    United Kingdom

    Conservative Party

    Labour Party

    Scottish National Party

    Regional and municipal ministers, executive officials, legislators, and party leaders

    Argentina

    Union for Liberty

    Australia

    Labor Party

    Canada

    Ontario New Democratic Party

    Ontario Liberal Party

    Germany

    Alliance '90/The Greens

    Free Democratic Party

    Social Democratic Party

    Mexico

    Institutional Revolutionary Party

    Netherlands

    People's Party for Freedom and Democracy

    Nigeria

    Pakistan

    Pakistan Peoples Party

    Spain

    Catalan Solidarity for Independence

    South Africa

    African National Congress

    Democratic Alliance

    United Kingdom

    Labour Party

    Democratic Party figures

    DNC members and national leaders

    Leaders of state and local party affiliates

    Lobbyists and fundraisers

    Nominees for elected office

    Strategists, media advisors, operatives, speechwriters, and pollsters

    Republican Party figures

    Note: Public officials belonging to the Republican Party are listed in the first section of this article

    Organizations

    Advocacy groups

    Party and legislative groups

    Federal, state, and municipal Democratic Party chapters can be assumed to support their party's nominee.

    See also

    Notes

    1. ^ a b Nobel Prize laureate
    2. ^ a b c d e Republican Party member while in office, but has since left the party
    3. ^ Hall of Fame inductee
    4. ^ a b Member of the Forbes 400[407]
    5. ^ Academy Award winner
    6. ^ Emmy Award winner

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