List of hillary clinton presidential campaign endorsements

Hillary Clinton
Democratic Party candidate for
President of the United States
Election date
2008
Personal details
Political party Democratic Party
Website www.hillaryclinton.com

This is a list of prominent individuals and organizations who formally endorsed or voiced support for Hillary Rodham Clinton as the Democratic Party's presidential nominee for the 2008 U.S. presidential election.

Primary campaign endorsements

U.S. Presidents and Vice Presidents

Senators

  • Sen. [1]
  • Sen. [2]
  • Sen. [3]
  • Sen. Daniel Inouye (D-HI), Chairman of the Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee
  • Sen. [4]
  • Sen. [5]
  • Sen. [6]
  • Sen. [7]
  • Sen. [8]
  • Sen. [9]
  • Sen. [10]
  • Sen. [11]
  • Fmr. Sen. [12]
  • Fmr. Sen. [13]
  • Fmr. Sen. Dee Huddleston (D-KY) [1]
  • Fmr. Sen. [14]
  • Fmr. Sen. [15]
  • Fmr. Sen. [16]

U.S. Representatives

  • Rep. [17]
  • Rep. [18]
  • Fmr. Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Jim Wright (D-TX)
  • Fmr. Rep. [19]
  • Fmr. Rep. [20]
  • Fmr. Rep. [21]
  • Fmr. Rep. [22]
  • Fmr. Rep. [23]
  • Fmr. Rep. [24]
  • Fmr. Rep. [25]
  • Fmr. Rep. and 1984 Vice Presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro (D-NY)
  • Fmr. Rep. [26]
  • Fmr. Rep. [27]
  • Fmr. Rep. [28]
  • Fmr. Rep. Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky (D-PA) [29]
  • Fmr. Rep. [30]
  • Fmr. Rep. [31]
  • Fmr. Rep. [32]

Presidential staff and advisors

Military

National political figures

Governors

Family members of major political figures

Mayors

State and local officials

Kentucky

  • Kentucky House Majority Leader Rocky Adkins [1]
  • Kentucky State Senator Denise Harper Angel (D-KY) [9]
  • State Rep. Joni Jenkins (D-KY) [9]
  • State Rep. Leslie Combs (D-KY)[9]
  • State Rep. Dottie J. Sims (D-KY)[9]
  • State Rep. Mary Lou Marzian (D-KY) [9]
  • Kentucky House Speaker Jody Richards [1]
  • State Rep. Robin L. Webb (D-KY) [9]

Maryland

Oklahoma

  • Secretary of State of Oklahoma [56]
  • State Rep. [57]
  • State Rep. Scott Bighorse (D-OK) [58]
  • Fmr. President Pro Tem of [59]
  • Fmr. Speaker of the [60]
  • Fmr. Speaker of the [61]

West Virginia

  • West Virginia House of Delegates member Bonnie Brown (D-WV) [14]
  • House of Delegates member Richard Browning (D-WV)[14]
  • State Senate Majority Leader H. Truman Chafin (D-WV)[14]
  • House of Delegates member Barbara Evans Fleisachuer (D-WV)[14]
  • House of Delegates member Barbara Hatfield (D-WV)[14]
  • House of Delegates member Linda Longstreth (D-WV)[14]
  • House of Delegates member Steve Kominar (D-WV)[14]
  • House of Delegates member Tim Miley (D-WV)[14]
  • State Senator Michael Oliverio (D-WV)[14]
  • House of Delegates member Dan Poling (D-WV)[14]
  • House of Delegates member Roman Prezioso (D-WV)[14]
  • Fmr. Speaker Pro Tempore of the West Virginia House of Delegates Phyllis Rutledge (D-WV)[14]
  • House of Delegates member Bob Tabb (D-WV) [14]

Newspapers

Writers

Labor unions

Political groups

Entertainers

Adult entertainment

Well-known individuals

Athletes

Other individuals

State officials

Foreign political leaders

  • Mona Sahlin, leader of the Socialdemocratic Party of Sweden.

See also

References

External links

  • Endorsements list, in date order, from the Clinton campaign website
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