• Ryan Lipton

Who is endorsing Joe Biden? Who is endorsing Donald Trump? Here is the list.


Here is a list comparing the endorsements received by President Donald Tump and former Vice President Joe Biden for the 2020 election. The comparisons are between former US Presidents, Vice Presidents, cabinet-level officials, United States ambassadors, White House officials and organizations.


Blue means endorsing Joe Biden, red means endorsing Donald Trump.


Former US Presidents - Biden (3), Trump (0)

  • Jimmy Carter

  • Bill Clinton

  • Barack Obama

Former US Vice Presidents - Biden (2), Trump (1)

  • Al Gore

  • Walter Mondale

  • Dan Quayle

US cabinet-level officials - Biden (66), Trump (7)

  • Madeleine Albright, U.S. Secretary of State (1997–2001), U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (1993–1997)

  • Peter Allgeier, U.S. Trade Representative (2005, 2009)

  • Rand Beers, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security (2013), U.S. Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security(2013), Under Secretary of Homeland Security for National Protection and Programs (2009-2014)

  • Erskine Bowles, President of the University of North Carolina System (2005–2010), Administrator of the Small Business Administration (1993–1994), White House Chief of Staff (1997–1998), White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations (1994–1996)

  • Carol Browner, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (1993–2001), Director of the Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy (2009–2011)

  • William Burns, U.S. Secretary of State (2009)

  • Ash Carter, U.S. Secretary of Defense (2015-2017)

  • Julian Castro, U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (2014–2017), Mayor of San Antonio, TX(2009–2014), 2020 candidate for president

  • Henry Cisneros, U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (1993–1997), Mayor of San Antonio, TX(1981–1989)

  • James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence (2010–2017), Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence(2007–2010), Director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (2001–2006), Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (1991–1995)

  • Hillary Clinton, U.S. Secretary of State (2009–2013), U.S. Senator from New York (2001–2009), Chair of the Senate Democratic Steering and Outreach Committee (2003–2007), First Lady of the United States (1993–2001), 2016 nominee for president

  • Steven Chu, U.S. Secretary of Energy (2009–2013), Laureate of the Nobel Prize in Physics (1997)

  • William Cohen, U.S. Secretary of Defense (1997–2001), U.S. Senator from Maine (1979–1997), U.S. Representative from ME-02 (1973–1979) (Republican)

  • James B. Cunningham, acting U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (2001), U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan (2012–2014), U.S. Ambassador to Israel (2008-2011)

  • Tom Donilon, U.S. National Security Advisor (2010–2013), Deputy National Security Advisor (2009–2010)

  • Rahm Emanuel, Mayor of Chicago, IL (2011–2019), White House Chief of Staff (2009–2010), Chair of the House Democratic Caucus (2007–2009), Chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee(2005–2007), U.S. Representative from IL-05 (2003–2009), Senior Advisor to the President (1993–1998)

  • Mike Espy, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture (1993–1994), 2020 and 2018 nominee for Senate, U.S. Representative from MS-02 (1987–1993)

  • Anthony Foxx, U.S. Secretary of Transportation (2013–2017), Mayor of Charlotte, NC (2009–2013)

  • Michael Froman, U.S. Trade Representative (2013–2017)

  • Stuart M. Gerson, U.S. Attorney General (1993)

  • Dan Glickman, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture (1995–2001), U.S. Representative from KS-04 (1977–1995), Chair of the House Intelligence Committee (1993–1995)

  • Carlos Gutierrez, U.S. Secretary of Commerce (2005–2009) (Republican)

  • Chuck Hagel, U.S. Secretary of Defense (2013–2015), U.S. Senator from Nebraska (1997–2009)(Republican)

  • Michael Hayden, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (2006–2009), Director of the National Security Agency (1999–2005)(Independent)

  • Carla Hills, U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (1975–1977), U.S. Trade Representative(1989–1993)(Republican)

  • Eric Holder, U.S. Attorney General (2009–2015), U.S. Deputy Attorney General (1997–2001), U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia (1993–1997)

  • John Kerry, U.S. Secretary of State (2013–2017), U.S. Senator from Massachusetts (1985–2013), Chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (2009–2013), Chair (2007–2009, 2001–2003) and Ranking Member (2003–2007) of the Senate Small Business Committee, Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts(1983–1985), 2004 nominee for president

  • Ray LaHood, U.S. Secretary of Transportation (2009–2013), U.S. Representative from IL-18 (1995–2009)(Republican)

  • Jack Lew, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury (2013–2017), White House Chief of Staff (2012–2013), Director of the Office of Management and Budget (2010–2012, 1998–2001)

  • Gary Locke, U.S. Ambassador to China (2011–2014), U.S. Secretary of Commerce (2009–2011), Governor of Washington (1997–2005)

  • James Loy, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security (2005)

  • Gina McCarthy, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (2013–2017)

  • Bob McDonald, U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs (2014–2017) (Republican)

  • Denis McDonough, White House Chief of Staff (2013–2017), Deputy National Security Advisor (2010–2013)

  • Donald McHenry, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (1979–1981)

  • Norman Mineta, U.S. Secretary of Transportation (2001–2006), U.S. Secretary of Commerce (2000–2001), U.S. Representative from CA-15 (1993–1995) and CA-13 (1975–1993), Chair (1993–1995) and Ranking Member (1995) of the House Transportation Committee, Chair of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus (1994–1995)

  • Janet Napolitano, President of the University of California System (2013–present), U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security (2009–2013), Governor of Arizona (2003–2009), Chair of National Governors Association(2006–2007)

  • John Negroponte, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State (2007–2009), Director of National Intelligence (2005–2007), U.S. Ambassador to Iraq (2004–2005), U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (2001–2004), U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines (1993–1996), U.S. Ambassador to Mexico (1989–1993), Deputy National Security Advisor (1987–1989), Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (1985–1987), U.S. Ambassador to Honduras (1981–1985) (Republican)

  • Leon Panetta, U.S. Secretary of Defense (2011–2013), CIA Director (2009–2011), White House Chief of Staff(1994–1997), OMB Director (1993–1994), U.S. Representative from CA-16 (1977–1993), Chair of the House Budget Committee (1989–1993)

  • Federico Peña, U.S. Secretary of Energy (1997–1998), U.S. Secretary of Transportation (1993–1997), Mayor of Denver, CO (1983–1991)

  • William Perry, U.S. Secretary of Defense (1994–1997), U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense (1993–1994), Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering

  • Mary Peters, U.S. Secretary of Transportation (2006–2009)(Republican)

  • Thomas R. Pickering, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (1989–1992

  • Colin Powell, U.S. Secretary of State (2001–2005), Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (1989–1993), U.S. National Security Advisor (1987–1989) (Republican)

  • Samantha Power, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (2013–2017)

  • Penny Pritzker, U.S. Secretary of Commerce (2013–2017), National Finance Chair of the Barack Obama 2008 presidential campaign (2007–2008)

  • Robert Reich, U.S. Secretary of Labor (1993–1997)

  • William Reilly, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (1989–1993)(Republican)

  • Susan Rice, U.S. National Security Advisor (2013–2017), U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (2009–2013), Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs (1997–2001)

  • Bill Richardson, Governor of New Mexico (2003-2011), U.S. Secretary of Energy (1998–2001), U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (1997–1998), U.S. Representative from NM-03 (1983–1997)

  • Tom Ridge, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security (2003–2005) U.S. Homeland Security Advisor (2001–2003) Governor of Pennsylvania (1995–2001) U.S. Representative from PA-21 (1983–1995) (Republican)

  • Richard Riley, U.S. Secretary of Education (1993–2001), Governor of South Carolina (1979–1987)

  • Ken Salazar, U.S. Secretary of the Interior (2009–2013), U.S. Senator from Colorado (2005–2009)

  • Miriam Sapiro, United States Trade Representative (2013), Deputy United States Trade Representative(2009–2014)

  • Kathleen Sebelius, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services (2009–2014), Governor of Kansas (2003–2009)

  • Thomas A. Shannon Jr., U.S. Secretary of State (2017) (Republican)

  • Hilda Solis, U.S. Secretary of Labor (2009–2013), U.S. Representative from CA-32 (2001–2009), Ranking Member of the Congressional Women's Caucus (2005–2007)

  • Lawrence Summers, Director of the National Economic Council (2009-2011), President of Harvard University(2001–2006), U.S. Secretary of the Treasury (1999–2001)

  • Ann Veneman, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture (2001–2005)(Republican)

  • Tom Vilsack, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture (2009–2017), Governor of Iowa (1999–2007)

  • Jack Watson, White House Chief of Staff (1980–1981)

  • William H. Webster, Chair of the Homeland Security Advisory Council (2005–2020), Director of Central Intelligence (1987–1991), Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (1978–1987), Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit (1973–1978), Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri (1970–1973), U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri (1960–1961) (Republican)

  • Christine Todd Whitman, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (2001–2003) Governor of New Jersey (1994–2001)(Republican)

  • Janet Yellen, Chair of the Federal Reserve (2014–2018), Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve (2010–2014), Member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors (2010–2018, 1994–1997), President of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (2004–2010), Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers (1997–1999)

  • Andrew Young, Mayor of Atlanta, GA (1982–1990), U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (1977–1979), U.S. Representative from GA-05(1973–1977)

  • Robert Zoellick, U.S. Trade Representative (2001–2005) (Republican)

  • Nikki Haley, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (2017–2018), Governor of South Carolina (2011–2017)

  • Linda McMahon, former president and CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment, 25th Administrator of the Small Business Administration (2017–2019)

  • Edwin Meese, United States Attorney General (1985–1988), Counselor to the President (1981–1985)

  • Rick Perry, United States Secretary of Energy (2017–2019) and Governor of Texas (2000–2015)

  • Anthony Principi, United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs (2001–2005) and United States Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs (1989–1992)

  • Jeff Sessions, United States Attorney General (2017–2018), U.S. Senator from Alabama (1997–2017), 44th Attorney General of Alabama (1995–1997), U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama (1981–1993)

  • Matthew Whitaker, Acting United States Attorney General (2018–2019) and United States Attorney of the Southern District of Iowa (2004–2009)

United States ambassadors - Biden (167), Trump (9)

  • Charles C. Adams Jr., U.S. Ambassador to Finland (2015-2017)

  • Leslie M. Alexander, U.S. Ambassador to Ecuador (1996–1999), U.S. Ambassador to Mauritius and the Comoros(1994–1996), U.S. Ambassador to Haiti (1992–1993)

  • Mari Carmen Aponte, U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador (2012-2015)

  • Robert L. Barry, U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia (1992–1995), U.S. Ambassador to Bulgaria (1981–1984)

  • Matthew Barzun, U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom (2013–2017), U.S. Ambassador to Sweden(2009–2011)

  • Leslie A. Bassett, U.S. Ambassador to Paraguay (2015-2017)

  • Michael A. Battle, Sr., U.S. Ambassador to the African Union (2009-2013)

  • Denise Bauer, U.S. Ambassador to Belgium (2013–2017)

  • Colleen Bell, U.S. Ambassador to Hungary (2015-2017)

  • Jack R. Binns, U.S. Ambassador to Honduras (1980–1981)

  • Robert Blackwill, U.S. Ambassador to India (2001–2003) (Republican)

  • John W. Blaney, U.S. Ambassador to Liberia (2002–2005)

  • Alan Blinken, U.S. Ambassador to Belgium (1993–1997)

  • Avis Bohlen, U.S. Ambassador to Bulgaria (1996–1999)

  • Amy L. Bondurant, U.S. Ambassador to the Organization for Cooperation and Development (1997–2001)

  • Charles R. Bowers, U.S. Ambassador to Bolivia (1991-1994) (Republican)

  • Aurelia E. Brazeal, U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia (2002–2005), U.S. Ambassador to Kenya (1993–1996), U.S. Ambassador to Micronesia (1990–1993)

  • Wally Brewster, U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic (2013–2017)

  • Peter Bridges, United States Ambassador to Somalia (1984-1986) (Republican)

  • Reuben Brigety, U.S. Ambassador to the African Union (2013–2015), Dean of the Elliott School of International Affairs (2015–present)

  • Tim Broas, U.S. Ambassador to the Netherlands (2014–2016)

  • Sue K. Brown, U.S. Ambassador to Montenegro (2011–2015)

  • George Bruno, U.S. Ambassador to Belize (1994–1997)

  • Mark Brzezinski, U.S. Ambassador to Sweden (2011–2015)

  • Richard Burt, U.S. Ambassador to Germany (1985–1989) (Republican)

  • Dwight L. Bush Sr., U.S. Ambassador to Morocco (2014–2017)

  • Prudence Bushnell, U.S. Ambassador to Guatemala (1999–2002), U.S. Ambassador to Kenya (1996–1999)

  • Judith B. Cefkin, U.S. Ambassador to Fiji (2015–2018), U.S. Ambassador to Kiribati (2015–2018), U.S. Ambassador to Nauru (2015–2018), U.S. Ambassador to Tonga (2015–2018), U.S. Ambassador to Tuvalu (2015–2018)

  • Peter R. Chaveas, U.S. Ambassador to Sierra Leone (2001–2004), U.S. Ambassador to Malawi (1994–1997)

  • Mark B. Childress, U.S. Ambassador to Tanzania (2014–2016)

  • Jack Chow, former Special Representative of the U.S. Secretary of State on Global HIV/AIDS (Republican)

  • Isobel Coleman, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations for Management and Reform (2014–2017)

  • Elinor G. Constable, U.S. Ambassador to Kenya (1986–1989)

  • Suzan Cook, U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom (2011–2013)

  • Jerome G. Cooper, U.S. Ambassador to Jamaica (1994–1997)

  • James Costos, U.S. Ambassador to Spain and Andorra (2013–2017)

  • Cindy Courville, U.S. Ambassador to the African Union (2006–2008)

  • Ruth A. Davis, U.S. Ambassador to Benin (1992–1995)

  • Jeffrey DeLaurentis, U.S. Ambassador to Cuba (2014–2017), U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations for Special Political Affairs (2011–2014)

  • Greg Delawie, U.S. Ambassador to Kosovo (2015–2018)

  • Kathleen A. Doherty, U.S. Ambassador to Cyprus (2015-2018)

  • William Eacho, U.S. Ambassador to Austria (2009–2013)

  • William A. Eaton, U.S. Ambassador to Panama (2005–2008), Assistant Secretary of State for Administration(2001–2005)

  • Eric S. Edelman, U.S. Ambassador to Finland (1998–2001), U.S. Ambassador to Turkey (2003–2005), Under Secretary of Defense for Policy(2005–2009) (Republican)

  • Susan M. Elliot, U.S. Ambassador to Tajikistan (2012–2015)

  • John B. Emerson, U.S. Ambassador to Germany (2013-2017)

  • John L. Estrada, U.S. Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago (2016-2017)

  • Gerald Feierstein, U.S. Ambassador to Yemen (2010–2013)

  • Judith Fergin, U.S. Ambassador to East Timor (2010–2013)

  • Julie Finley, U.S. Ambassador to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (2005–2009) (Republican)

  • Robert Ford, U.S. Ambassador to Syria (2011–2014), U.S. Ambassador to Algeria (2006–2008)

  • Elizabeth Frawley Bagley, U.S. Ambassador to Portugal (1994–1997)

  • Laurie S. Fulton, U.S. Ambassador to Denmark (2009-2013)

  • Julie Furuta-Toy, U.S. Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea (2016-2019)

  • Edward M. Gabriel, U.S. Ambassador to Morocco (1997–2001)

  • Peter Galbraith, U.S. Ambassador to Croatia (1993–1998)

  • Anthony L. Gardner, U.S. Ambassador to the European Union (2014–2017)

  • Gordon Giffin, U.S. Ambassador to Canada (1997–2001)

  • Rufus Gifford, U.S. Ambassador to Denmark (2013–2017)

  • Marc Ginsberg, U.S. Ambassador to Morocco (1994–1998)

  • Mark Gitenstein, U.S. Ambassador to Romania (2009–2012)

  • Christopher E. Goldthwait, U.S. Ambassador to Chad (1999–2004)

  • Gary A. Grappo U.S. Ambassador to Oman (2006–2009)

  • Gabriel Guerra-Mondragón, U.S. Ambassador to Chile (1994–1998)

  • Lino Gutiérrez, U.S. Ambassador to Argentina (2003–2006), U.S. Ambassador to Nicaragua (1996–1999)

  • Howard Gutman, U.S. Ambassador to Belgium (2009-2013)

  • Nina Hachigian, U.S. Ambassador to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (2014–2017)

  • Tony P. Hall, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture (2002–2006)

  • Pamela Hamamoto, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations International Organizations in Geneva (2014-2017)

  • S. Fitzgerald Haney, U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica (2015-2017)

  • Anthony Harrington, U.S. Ambassador to Brazil (1999–2001)

  • Jane D. Hartley, U.S. Ambassador to France and Monaco (2014–2017)

  • Bruce Heyman, U.S. Ambassador to Canada (2014-2017)

  • Karl W. Hofmann, U.S. Ambassador to Togo (2000–2002)

  • Laura Holgate, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations International Organizations in Vienna (2016-2017)

  • Thomas C. Hubbard, U.S. Ambassador to South Korea (2001–2004), U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines (1996–2000)

  • Vicki J. Huddleston, U.S. Ambassador to Mali (2000–2005), U.S. Ambassador to Madagascar (1995–1996)

  • David Huebner, U.S. Ambassador to New Zealand (2010-2014), U.S. Ambassador to Samoa (2010-2014)

  • Roberta Jacobson, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico (2016–2018), Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs (2011–2016) and Acting (2011–2012)

  • Tracey Ann Jacobson, U.S. Ambassador to Kosovo (2012–2015), U.S. Ambassador to Tajikistan (2006–2009), U.S. Ambassador to Turkmenistan (2003–2006), Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs(2017)

  • David T. Johnson, U.S. Ambassador to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (1998–2001)

  • Beth Jones, U.S. Ambassador to Kazakhstan (1995–1997)

  • Deborah K. Jones, U.S. Ambassador to Libya (2013–2015), U.S. Ambassador to Kuwait (2008–2011)

  • Richard Kauzlarich, U.S. Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina (1997–1999), U.S. Ambassador to Azerbaijan(1994–1997)

  • Caroline Kennedy, U.S. Ambassador to Japan (2013–2017)

  • Laura E. Kennedy, U.S. Ambassador to Turkmenistan (2001–2003)

  • Kristie Kenney, U.S. Ambassador to Thailand (2011–2014), U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines (2006–2009), U.S. Ambassador to Ecuador(2002–2005)

  • Jimmy J. Kolker, U.S. Ambassador to Uganda (2002–2005), U.S. Ambassador to Burkina Faso (1999–2002)

  • Karen Kornbluh, U.S. Ambassador to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2009–2012)

  • Lisa Kubiske. U.S. Ambassador to Honduras (2011–2014)

  • Mark P. Lagon, U.S. Ambassador-at-Large to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (2007–2009)

  • Frank Lavin, U.S. Ambassador to Singapore (2001–2005) (Republican)

  • David Lambertson, U.S. Ambassador to Thailand (1991–1995)

  • Joyce E. Leader, U.S. Ambassador to Guinea (1999–2000)

  • Alfonso E. Lenhardt, U.S. Ambassador to Tanzania (2009-2013)

  • Jeffrey D. Levine, U.S. Ambassador to Estonia (2012-2015)

  • Suzan G. LeVine, U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein (2014–2017)

  • Dawn M. Liberi, U.S. Ambassador to Burundi (2012-2016)

  • Carmen Lomellin, U.S. Ambassador to the Organization of American States (2009–2014)

  • Winston Lord, U.S. Ambassador to China (1984–1989)(Republican)

  • Doug Lute, U.S. Ambassador to NATO (2013–2017)

  • Ray Mabus, Secretary of the Navy (2009–2017), U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia (1994–1996), Governor of Mississippi (1988–1992)

  • Deborah R. Malac, U.S. Ambassador to Uganda (2016-2020), U.S. Ambassador to Liberia (2012-2015)

  • Robert A. Mandell, U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg (2011-2015), Chairman of the Florida Environmental Regulation Commission (1987–1990)

  • R. Niels Marquardt, U.S. Ambassador to Madagascar and the Comoros (2007–2010), U.S. Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea (2004–2006), U.S. Ambassador to Cameroon (2001–2004)

  • Gail D. Mathieu, U.S. Ambassador to Namibia (2007-2010), U.S. Ambassador to Niger (2002–2005)

  • Marshall Fletcher McCallie, U.S. Ambassador to Namibia (1993–1996)

  • Nancy McEldowney, Director of the Foreign Service Institute (2013–2017), U.S. Ambassador to Bulgaria (2008–2009)

  • Stephen G. McFarland, U.S. Ambassador to Guatemala (2008-2011)

  • Michael McKinley, U.S. Ambassador to Brazil (2017–2018), U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan (2015–2016), U.S. Ambassador to Colombia(2010–2014), U.S. Ambassador to Peru (2007–2010) (Republican)

  • Elizabeth McKune, U.S. Ambassador to Qatar (1998–2001)

  • Christopher McMullen, U.S. Ambassador to Angola (2010–2013)

  • James D. Melville Jr., U.S. Ambassador to Estonia (2015-2018)

  • Tom Miller, U.S. Ambassador to Greece (2001–2004), U.S. Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina (1999–2001)

  • Richard Morningstar, U.S. Ambassador to Azerbaijan (2012–2015)

  • David D. Nelson, U.S. Ambassador to Uruguay (2009–2011)

  • Crystal Nix-Hines, U.S. Ambassador to UNESCO (2014–2017)

  • Lyndon Olson, U.S. Ambassador to Sweden (1998–2001)

  • Kevin O'Malley, U.S. Ambassador to Ireland (2014–2017)

  • Louis O'Neill, U.S. Ambassador to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (2006–2008)

  • Robert Orr, U.S. Ambassador to the Asian Development Bank (2010–2016), President of Boeing Japan (2002–2007)

  • June Carter Perry, U.S. Ambassador to Lesotho and to Sierra Leone (2004–2007)

  • Nancy Bikoff Pettit, U.S. Ambassador to Latvia (2015-2019)

  • Joan M. Plaisted, U.S. Ambassador to Kiribati and to the Marshall Islands (1995–2000), U.S. Ambassador to Morocco (1991–1994)

  • Michael C. Polt, U.S. Ambassador to Estonia (2009–2012), U.S. Ambassador to Serbia (2006–2007), U.S. Ambassador to Serbia and Montenegro (2004–2006), Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Legislative Affairs(2001)

  • Nancy Jo Powell, U.S. Ambassador to India (2012-2014)

  • Maureen Quinn, U.S. Ambassador to Qatar (2001–2004)

  • Azita Raji, U.S. Ambassador to Sweden (2016–2017)

  • Robin L. Raphel, U.S. Ambassador to Tunisia (1997–2001), Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs (1993–1997)

  • Charles A. Ray, U.S. Ambassador to Zimbabwe (2009–2012), Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for POW and Missing Personnel Affairs(2006–2009), U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia (2002–2005)

  • Julissa Reynoso, U.S. Ambassador to Uruguay (2012–2014)

  • Thomas Robertson, U.S. Ambassador to Slovenia (2004–2008)

  • James Rosapepe, U.S. Ambassador to Romania (1998–2001)

  • Leslie V. Rowe, U.S. Ambassador to Mozambique (2010–2012), U.S. Ambassador to Papua New Guinea (2006–2009), U.S. Ambassador to the Solomon Islands (2006–2009), U.S. Ambassador to Vanuatu (2006–2009)

  • Cathy Russell, U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues (2013–2017)

  • Teresita C. Schaffer, U.S. Ambassador to Sri Lanka(1992–1995), U.S. Ambassador to the Maldives (1992–1995)

  • Tom Schieffer, U.S. Ambassador to Japan (2005–2009), U.S. Ambassador to Australia (2001–2005)

  • Gregory Schulte, U.S. Ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (2005-2009) (Republican)

  • Tod Sedgwick, U.S Ambassador to Slovakia (2010–2015)

  • Dan Shapiro, U.S. Ambassador to Israel (2011–2017)

  • Mattie R. Sharpless, U.S. Ambassador to the Central African Republic (2001–2003)

  • Bob Sherman, U.S. Ambassador to Portugal (2014–2017)

  • Dana Shell Smith, U.S. Ambassador to Qatar (2014–2017)

  • Nancy Soderberg, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations for Special Political Affairs (1997–2001)

  • Alan Solomont, U.S. Ambassador to Spain (2010–2013), U.S. Ambassador to Andorra (2010–2013)

  • Daniel V. Speckhard, U.S. Ambassador to Greece (2007–2010), U.S. Ambassador to Belarus (1997–2000)

  • Karen Clark Stanton, U.S. Ambassador to East Timor (2014-2017)

  • Charles Stith, U.S. Ambassador to Tanzania (1998–2001)

  • Mark C. Storella, U.S. Ambassador to Zambia (2010-2013) (Republican)

  • Shirin R. Tahir-Kheli, Alternate United States Representative to the United Nations for Special Political Affairs (1990-1993) (Republican)

  • Robert Tuttle, U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom (2005–2009) (Republican)

  • Charles H. Twining, U.S. Ambassador to Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea (1995–1998), U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia (1994–1995), U.S. Ambassador to Benin (1982–1983)

  • Alexander Vershbow, U.S. Ambassador to NATO (1997–2001), U.S. Ambassador to Russia (2001–2005), U.S. Ambassador to South Korea(2005–2008)

  • Jenonne R. Walker, U.S. Ambassador to the Czech Republic (1995–1998)

  • Marc M. Wall, U.S. Ambassador to Chad (2004–2007) (Nonpartisan)

  • James D. Walsh, U.S. Ambassador to Argentina (2000–2003)

  • Earl Wayne, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico (2011–2015), U.S. Ambassador to Argentina (2007–2009), Assistant Secretary of State for Economic, Energy, and Business Affairs (2000–2006)

  • Mary Warlick, U.S. Ambassador to Serbia (2010–2012)

  • Joseph W. Westphal, U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia (2014–2017), Under Secretary of the Army (2009–2014), Acting Secretary of the Army (2001)

  • Barry B. White, U.S. Ambassador to Norway (2009–2013)

  • Bisa Williams, U.S. Ambassador to Niger (2010–2013)

  • Duane Woerth, U.S. Representative on the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organization (2010–2013)

  • Lee S. Wolosky, U.S. Special Envoy for the Closure of the Guantánamo Bay Detention Facility (2015–2017)

  • Mary Carlin Yates, U.S. Ambassador to Ghana (2002–2005), U.S. Ambassador to Burundi (1999–2002)

  • Johnny Young, U.S. Ambassador to Slovenia (2001–2004), U.S. Ambassador to Bahrain (1997–2001), U.S. Ambassador to Togo (1994–1997), U.S. Ambassador to Sierra Leone (1989–1992)

  • Marie Yovanovitch, U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine (2016–2019), U.S. Ambassador to Armenia, (2008–2011), U.S. Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan(2005–2008)

  • Anthony Zinni, U.S. Special Envoy for Qatar (2017–2019) (Independent)

  • Rudy Boschwitz, United States Ambassador to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights (2005–2006) and U.S. Senator from Minnesota (1978–1991)

  • Terry Branstad, United States Ambassador to China (2017–2020) and Governor of Iowa (1983–1999, 2011–2017)

  • Charles Glazer, United States Ambassador to El Salvador (2007–2009)

  • Bill Hagerty, United States Ambassador to Japan (2017–2019) and 2020 Republican Senate Nominee in Tennessee

  • Jon Huntsman Jr., United States Ambassador to Russia (2017–2019), United States Ambassador to China (2009–2011), Governor of Utah(2005–2009), 2012 Republican presidential candidate

  • Douglas Kmiec, United States Ambassador to Malta (2009–2011) and the United States Assistant Attorney General to the Office of Legal Counsel (1988–1989)

  • Brenda Lagrange Johnson, United States Ambassador to Jamaica (2005–2009)

  • Mary Ourisman, United States Ambassador to Barbados (2006–2009)

  • Rodolphe M. Vallee, United States Ambassador to Slovakia (2005–2008)

White House officials - Biden (48), Trump (25)

  • Steve Abbot, Deputy Homeland Security Advisor (2001–2003)

  • Kiran Ahuja, Executive Director of the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders(2009–2015)

  • Bruce Bartlett, author, historian, policy advisor to Ronald Reagan (former Republican, now Independent)

  • Kenneth Bernard, Special Assistant to the President for Biodefense and as Assistant Surgeon General (2002–2005) (Republican)

  • Jason Bordoff, member of the National Security Council (2009–2013)

  • Jake Braun, White House Liaison to the Department of Homeland Security

  • Victor Cha, Director of Asian Affairs of the U.S. National Security Council (2004–2007) (Republican)

  • Aneesh Chopra, U.S. Chief Technology Officer (2009–2012)

  • Nelson Cunningham, Senior Advisor to the Special Envoy for the Americas

  • Nancy-Ann DeParle, White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy (2011–2013), Director of the White House Office of Health Reform (2009–2011)

  • Mike Donilon, Counselor to the Vice President (2009–2013)

  • Anita Dunn, Acting White House Communications Director (2009)

  • R. P. Eddy, Director of the U.S. National Security Council (1994–1996)

  • Gary Edson, Deputy National Security Advisor (2001–2004) (Republican)

  • Stuart Eizenstat, Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council (1977–1981), United States Deputy Secretary of the Treasury (1999–2001), U.S. Ambassador to the European Union (1993–1996)

  • Aaron Friedberg, Deputy Assistant to the Vice President for National Security (2003–2005) (Republican)

  • Avril Haines, Deputy National Security Advisor (2015–2017), Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (2013–2015)

  • Cynthia Hogan, Counsel to the Vice President (2009–2013)

  • John Holdren, Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy (2009–2017)

  • Joel Hunter, Advisory Counsel for the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships(2009–2010)

  • Valerie Jarrett, Director of the White House Office of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs(2009–2017), Senior Advisor to the President (2009–2017)

  • Colin Kahl, National Security Advisor to the Vice President (2014–2017)

  • Chris Kojm, Chair of the National Intelligence Council (2009–2014)

  • Gil Kerlikowske, Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (2014–2017), Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (2009–2014), Chief of Police of Seattle, WA (2001–2009)

  • Ron Klain, Chief of Staff to the Vice President (2009–2011), Ebola Response Coordinator for the Executive Office of the President (2014–2015)

  • Bill Kristol, Chief of Staff to the Vice President (1989–1993), founder of The Weekly Standard, editor of The Bulwark (Republican)

  • Anthony Lake, U.S. National Security Advisor (1993–1997), Director of Policy Planning (1977–1981)

  • Ann Lewis, Counselor to the President (1999-2001), White House Communications Director (1997-1999)

  • Brett McGurk, Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (2015–2018)

  • John E. McLaughlin, Director of Central Intelligence (2004)

  • Jami Miscik, Chair of the President's Intelligence Advisory Board (2014–2017)

  • Lisa Monaco, Homeland Security Advisor (2013–2017), U.S. Assistant Attorney General for the National Security Division (2011–2013)

  • Peggy Noonan, Special Assistant to the President (1984–1986), columnist for the The Wall Street Journal (Republican)

  • Gautam Raghavan, Associate Director of the Office of Public Engagement (2011–2014)

  • Bruce Reed, Chief of Staff to the Vice President (2011–2013)

  • Steve Ricchetti, White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations (1998–2001) (National Chair)

  • Sarah Saldaña, Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (2014–2017), U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas (2011–2014)

  • Anthony Scaramucci, White House Communications Director (2017) (Republican)

  • Greg Schultz, Special Assistant to the President (2013–2017) and Senior Advisor to Biden's campaign

  • Sonal Shah, Director of the Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation (2009–2011)

  • Stephen Slick, Special Assistant to the President (2005–2009) (Republican)

  • Mona Sutphen, White House Deputy Chief of Staff for policy (2009–2011)

  • Shirin Tahir-Kheli, Special Assistant to the President (2003–2005) (Republican)

  • Joseph Stiglitz, Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers (1995–1997)

  • Olivia Troye, Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Advisor to Vice President Pence (2018-2020) (Republican)

  • Alexander Vindman, Director for European Affairs of the U.S. National Security Council (2018–2020)

  • Ken Wainstein, U.S. Homeland Security Advisor (2008–2009), Assistant Attorney General for the National Security Division (2006–2008), U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia (2004–2006)

  • Jeffrey Zients, Director of the National Economic Council (2014–2017), Acting Director of the Office of Management and Budget (2012–2013, 2010)

  • Michael Anton, Deputy Assistant to the President for Strategic Communications (2017–2018)

  • Nick Ayers, Chief of Staff to the Vice President (2017–2019)

  • Steve Bannon, White House Chief Strategist (2017)

  • Robert I. Blau, Foreign Service Officer (2009–2010)

  • Christopher Burnham, Under Secretary General of the United Nations for Management (2005–2006) and Under Secretary of State for Management (2005)

  • Justin Clark, Director of Public Liaison (2018) and Director of Intergovernmental Affairs (2017–2018)

  • Kellyanne Conway, Counselor to the President (2017–2020)

  • Gordon England, United States Deputy Secretary of Defense (2005–2006) and United States Secretary of the Navy (2003–2006)

  • Hogan Gidley, White House Deputy Press Secretary (2019–2020)

  • Deecy Gray, Delegate to the United Nations

  • Jason Greenblatt, Special Representative for International Negotiations (2017–2019)

  • Ronny Jackson, Chief Medical Advisor to the President (2019), Physician to the President (2013–2018), retired United States Navy rear admiral and 2020 Republican nominee for the U.S. House for Texas's 13th district

  • Marc Lotter, Press Secretary to the Vice President (2017)

  • Ty McCoy, Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Manpower & Reserve Affairs) (1981–1988)

  • John McEntee, Personal Aide to the President (2017–2018)

  • K.T. McFarland, Deputy National Security Advisor (2017)

  • David McIntosh, Director of the Domestic Policy Council (1987–1988) and U.S. Representative from IN-02(1995–2001)

  • Jim Nicholson, Secretary of Veterans Affairs (2005–2007)

  • Karl Rove, White House Deputy Chief of Staff (2005–2007)

  • Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Former White House Press Secretary (2017–2019)

  • Mercedes Schlapp, White House Director of Strategic Communications (2017–2019)

  • Bill Shine, White House Communications Director (2017–2019) and White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications (2018–2019)

  • Sean Spicer, White House Press Secretary (2017) and White House Communications Director (2017)

  • Katie Walsh, White House Deputy Chief of Staff (2017)

  • Michael Wynne, Secretary of the Air Force (2005–2008)

Organizations - Biden (237), Trump (80)

  • 350 Action

  • Bend the Arc

  • Brady Campaign

  • CASA de Maryland

  • Center for Biological Diversity

  • Center for Popular Democracy

  • Chesapeake Climate Action Network

  • Clean Water Action

  • Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles

  • Coalition to Stop Gun Violence

  • Color of Change

  • Council for a Livable World

  • Democratic Majority for Israel PAC

  • Environment America

  • End Citizens United

  • Environment America

  • Equality California

  • Equality Florida

  • EqualityMaine

  • Everytown for Gun Safety

  • Friends of the Earth

  • Garden State Equality

  • Giffords

  • Harvey Milk Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Democratic Club

  • High School Democrats of America

  • Houston GLBT Political Caucus

  • Human Rights Campaign

  • Humane Society of the United States

  • Indivisible

  • Jewish Democratic Council of America

  • J Street

  • League of Conservation Voters

  • Let America Vote

  • MoveOn

  • NARAL Pro-Choice America

  • National Association of Social Workers

  • National Center for Transgender Equality

  • National Iranian American Council

  • National LGBT Chamber of Commerce

  • National Organization for Women

  • National Wildlife Federation

  • Natural Resources Defense Council

  • The People's Alliance

  • People for the American Way

  • Planned Parenthood

  • Population Connection

  • Protect Our Winters

  • Republican Voters against Trump

  • The RINJ Foundation

  • Sierra Club

  • Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

  • Stonewall Democrats

  • Sunrise Movement

  • UnidosUS

  • U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce

  • Voto Latino

  • VoteVets

  • Actors' Equity Association, representing 43,648

  • AFL–CIO, representing 13 million

  • AFSCME Council 31, representing 100,000

  • Alliance for Retired Americans, representing 4.4 million

  • Amalgamated Transit Union, representing 200,000

  • American Federation of Government Employees, representing 670,000

  • American Federation of Musicians, representing 73,071

  • American Federation of School Administrators, representing 20,000

  • American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, representing 1.3 million

  • American Federation of Teachers, representing 1.7 million

  • American Postal Workers Union, representing 330,000

  • American Train Dispatchers Association, representing 2,718

  • Association of Theatrical Press Agents & Managers

  • Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers' International Union, representing 73,694

  • Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen, representing 10,500

  • California Federation of Teachers, representing 120,000

  • California School Employees Association, representing 248,000

  • California Teachers Association, representing 310,000

  • Chicago Federation of Labor, representing 500,000

  • Civil Service Employees Association, representing 300,000

  • Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, representing 1.2 million

  • Communications Workers of America, representing 700,000

  • Connecticut Education Association, representing 43,000

  • District Council 37, representing 225,000

  • Education Minnesota, representing 86,000

  • Florida AFL–CIO, representing 500,000

  • International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, representing 150,000

  • International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental, and Reinforcing Iron Workers, representing 130,000

  • International Association of Fire Fighters, representing 313,000

  • International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Allied Workers, representing 30,000

  • International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, representing 570,000

  • International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers, representing 216,000

  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, representing 725,000

  • International Brotherhood of Teamsters, representing 1.4 million

  • International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, representing 80,000

  • International Longshoremen's Association, representing 65,000

  • International Longshore and Warehouse Union, representing 33,000

  • International Organization of Masters, Mates & Pilots, representing 5,500

  • International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers

  • International Union of Elevator Constructors, representing 28,620

  • International Union of Operating Engineers, Representing 374,000

  • International Union of Painters and Allied Trades, representing 103,858

  • King County Labor Council, representing 75,000

  • Laborers' International Union of North America, representing 557,999

  • Maine AFL–CIO, representing 36,000

  • Maine State Employees Association, representing 13,000

  • Maine State Nurses Association, representing 2,000

  • Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association, representing 23,400

  • Massachusetts AFL–CIO, representing 400,000

  • Michigan Education Association, representing 157,000

  • National Association of Government Employees, representing over 100,000

  • National Association of Letter Carriers, representing over 300,000

  • National Education Association, representing 3 million

  • National Federation of Federal Employees, representing 100,000

  • National Nurses United, representing 150,000

  • National Postal Mail Handlers Union, representing 50,000

  • National Treasury Employees Union, representing 150,000

  • New York City Central Labor Council, representing 1.5 million

  • Office and Professional Employees International Union, representing 105,000

  • Ohio Federation of Teachers, representing 20,000

  • Operative Plasterers' and Cement Masons' International Association, representing 44,000

  • Oregon AFL–CIO, representing 125,000

  • Pennsylvania AFL–CIO, representing 800,000

  • Pride at Work

  • Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, representing 60,522

  • Rhode Island AFL–CIO, representing 80,000

  • Sailors' Union of the Pacific, representing 736

  • Seafarers International Union, representing 35,498

  • SEIU 32BJ, representing 75,000

  • Service Employees International Union, representing 1.9 million

  • South Bay Labor Council, representing 100,000

  • Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, representing 2,652

  • Texas AFL–CIO, representing 235,000

  • Texas State Teachers Association, representing 68,000

  • Transportation Trades Department, AFL–CIO

  • Transport Workers Union of America, representing 151,000

  • UFCW Local 1776, representing 20,000

  • United Association, representing 329,954

  • United Autoworkers, representing 390,000

  • United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Representing 445,000

  • United Farm Workers, representing 10,278

  • United Food and Commercial Workers, representing 1.3 million

  • United Steelworkers, representing 1.2 million

  • United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers, representing 18,750

  • UNITE HERE, representing 300,000

  • Utility Workers Union of America, representing 50,000

  • Virginia AFL-CIO

  • Washington State Labor Council, representing 550,000

  • West Virginia AFL–CIO, representing 80,000

  • Wisconsin AFL–CIO, representing 250,000

  • Chicago Tribune

  • Detroit Free Press

  • Los Angeles Times

  • The New York Times

  • Sun-Sentinel

  • The Washington Post

  • Arizona Daily Star

  • The Austin Chronicle

  • The Baltimore Sun

  • Bangor Daily News

  • Bay Area Reporter

  • Bay Windows

  • The Beacon

  • The Berkshire Eagle

  • Between the Lines

  • Black Voice News

  • The Boston Globe

  • Boulder Weekly

  • Bozeman Daily Chronicle

  • The Chicago Crusader

  • The Chicago Defender

  • Chicago Sun-Times

  • Chicago Tribune

  • Colorado Springs Independent

  • The Daily Astorian

  • Daily Chronicle

  • Daily Hampshire Gazette

  • Daily Herald

  • The Daily Illini

  • Dallas Voice

  • The Day

  • The Des Moines Registe

  • Detroit Free Press

  • The Detroit News

  • East Bay Times

  • The Everett Herald

  • Gay City News

  • The Gazette

  • The Georgia Voice

  • Global Times

  • Haitian Times

  • Hawaii Tribune-Herald

  • The Herald-News

  • Houston Chronicle

  • The Johns Hopkins News-Letter

  • Kathimerini

  • Kennebec Journal

  • Kenosha News

  • Las Vegas Sun

  • Las Vegas Weekly(co-endorsement with Amy Klobuchar)

  • Lincoln Journal Star

  • Los Angeles Times

  • The Mercury News

  • Monterey County Weekly

  • The News Register

  • New York Daily News

  • The New York Times

  • Northwest Herald*

  • The Oregonian

  • Orlando Sentinel

  • The Palm Beach Post*

  • Philadelphia Gay News

  • The Philadelphia Tribune

  • Portland Press Herald

  • San Diego Jewish World

  • The San Diego Union-Tribune

  • San Francisco Bay View

  • San Francisco Bay Guardian

  • San Francisco Chronicle

  • Santa Barbara Independent

  • The Seattle Times

  • Sioux City Journal

  • South Florida Gay News

  • The Star-Ledger

  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch

  • The Storm Lake Times

  • Sun Sentinel

  • Tampa Bay Times

  • Times Herald-Record

  • Times Leader

  • Washington Blade

  • The Washington Post

  • Windy City Times

  • Wisconsin State Journal

  • The Advocate

  • The Nation

  • The New Yorker

  • Scientific American

  • Spectator USA

  • Surfer

  • America First Action

  • American Crossroads

  • American Energy Alliance

  • Arizona Police Association

  • Associated Builders and Contractors

  • Brigade 2506 Veteran's Association

  • California Republican Assembly

  • CatholicVote.org

  • Citizens United

  • Club for Growth

  • Committee to Defend the President

  • Deplorable Pride

  • Empower Texans

  • Faith and Freedom Coalition

  • Focus on the Family

  • Gays for Trump

  • Great America Committee

  • Great America PAC

  • Harvard Republican Club

  • Huck PAC

  • Illinois Family Association

  • Log Cabin Republicans

  • Michigan Farm Bureau

  • Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life

  • National Federation of Republican Women

  • National Republican Congressional Committee

  • National Rifle Association

  • National Right to Life Committee

  • Ohio Right to Life

  • Operation Rescue

  • Priests for Life

  • Proud Boys

  • Republican Jewish Coalition

  • Republican National Hispanic Assembly

  • Republican National Lawyers Association

  • Students for Trump

  • Tea Party Express

  • Texas Alliance for Life

  • Texas Patriots PAC

  • Women for Trump

  • Young Republicans

  • Amtrak Fraternal Order of Police, representing 452

  • Chicago Fraternal Order of Police, representing 14,086

  • Clark County School District Police Officer’s Association, representing 210

  • Colorado State Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police, representing 8,000

  • Delaware Fraternal Order of Police, representing 847

  • Florida Police Benevolent Association, representing 30,000

  • Fraternal Order of Police, representing 355,000

  • Georgia State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police

  • International Union of Police Associations, representing 19,200

  • Las Vegas Metro Police Managers and Supervisors Association

  • Louisiana Sheriff’s Association, representing 14,000

  • Milwaukee Police Association, representing 1,868

  • National Association of Police Organizations, representing 362,000

  • National Border Patrol Council, representing 18,000

  • New Jersey State Fraternal Order of Police, representing 5,000

  • New Jersey State Policemen’s Benevolent Association, representing 33,000

  • New York City Police Benevolent Association, representing 24,000

  • New York State Police Investigators Association, representing 1,200

  • New York State Troopers Police Benevolent Association, representing 6,000

  • North Las Vegas Police Officers Association, representing 398

  • Pennsylvania State Troopers Association, representing 9,200

  • Philadelphia Firefighters and Paramedics Union, representing 4,500

  • Police Officers Association of Michigan, representing 10,000

  • Public Safety Alliance of Nevada, representing 10,000

  • Reno Police Protective Association, representing 330

  • Retired Police Association of New York, representing 5,000

  • Suffolk County Police Benevolent Association, representing 2,349

  • Texas Municipal Police Association, representing 30,000

  • Tucson Police Officer’s Association, representing 807

  • West Allis Professional Police Association, representing 154

  • Wyoming Fraternal Order of Police

  • Apple Daily

  • Boston Heral

  • Church Militant

  • The Epoch Times

  • Las Vegas Review-Journal

  • Ouachita Citizen

  • Rhino Times

  • Santa Barbara News-Press


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