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Wed May 15, 2019, 08:31 PM

Biden List of Endorsements as of last week:

U.S. Senators
Doug Jones, U.S. Senator from Alabama since 2018[1]
Dianne Feinstein, U.S. Senator from California since 1992[2]
Tom Carper, U.S. Senator from Delaware since 2001[3]
Chris Coons, U.S. Senator from Delaware since 2010[4]
Bob Casey Jr., U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania since 2007[4]
Max Cleland, former U.S. Senator from Georgia (1997–2003)[5]
Carol Moseley Braun, former U.S. Senator from Illinois (1993–1999)[6]

U.S. Representatives
Lisa Blunt Rochester, U.S. Representative from DE-AL since 2017[7]
Cedric Richmond, U.S. Representative from LA-02 since 2011[8]
Stephen F. Lynch, U.S. Representative from MA-08 since 2001[9]
Tom Suozzi, U.S. Representative from NY-03 since 2017[10]
Brendan Boyle, U.S. Representative from PA-02 since 2015[11]
Dwight Evans, U.S. Representative from PA-03 since 2016[12]
Matt Cartwright, U.S. Representative from PA-08 since 2013[13]
Filemon Vela Jr., U.S. Representative from TX-34 since 2013[14]
Donald McEachin, U.S. Representative from VA-04 since 2017[15]
Gwen Graham, former U.S. Representative from FL-02 (2015–2017)[16]
Patrick Murphy, former U.S. Representative from FL-18 (2013-2017)[17]
Carol Shea-Porter, former U.S. Representative from NH-01 (2007–2011, 2013–2015, 2017–2019)[18]
Bob Brady, former U.S. Representative from PA-01 (1998–2019)[19]

Governors
John Carney, Governor of Delaware since 2017[20]
Andrew Cuomo, Governor of New York since 2011[21]
John Lynch, former Governor of New Hampshire (2005–2013)[22]
Ed Rendell, former Governor of Pennsylvania (2003–2011)[23]

U.S. Ambassadors
Terry Shumaker, former U.S. Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago (1998–2001)[24]

State officials
Kathy Jennings, Attorney General of Delaware since 2019[25]

Local officials
Michael Nutter, former Mayor of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (2008–2016)[19]
Robert A. Baines, former Mayor of Manchester, New Hampshire (2000–2006)[26]

State legislators
Victor M. Torres Jr., Florida State Senator from District 15 since 2016; former Florida State Representative from District 48 (2012–2016)[27]
Kevin Rader, Florida State Senator from District 29 since 2016; former Florida State Representative from District 78 (2008–2010) and from District 81 (2012–2016)[27]
Perry E. Thurston Jr., Florida State Senator from District 33 since 2016; former House Minority Leader (2012–2014); former Florida State Representative from District 93 (2006–2012) and from District 94 (2012–2014)[27]
Gary Farmer, Florida State Senator from District 34 since 2016[27]
Ramon Alexander, Florida State Representative from District 8 since 2016[27]
Tracie Davis, Florida State Representative from District 13 since 2016[27]
Clovis Watson Jr., Florida State Representative from District 20 since 2012[27]
John Cortes, Florida State Representative from District 43 since 2014[27]
Amy Mercado, Florida State Representative from District 48 since 2016[27]
Susan Valdes, Florida State Representative from District 62 since 2018[27]
Wengay Newton, Florida State Representative from District 70 since 2016[27]
Tina Polsky, Florida State Representative from District 81 since 2018[27]
Matt Willhite, Florida State Representative from District 86 since 2016[27]
David Silvers, Florida State Representative from District 87 since 2016[27]
Joseph Casello, Florida State Representative from District 90 since 2018[27]
Michael Gottlieb, Florida State Representative from District 98 since 2018[27]
Joe Geller, Florida State Representative from District 100 since 2014[27]
Shevrin Jones, Florida State Representative from District 101 since 2012[27]
Richard Stark, Florida State Representative from District 104 since 2012[27]
Barbara Watson, Florida State Representative from District 107 since 2012 and from District 103 (2011–2012)[27]
Nicholas Duran, Florida State Representative from District 112 since 2016[27]
Michael Grieco, Florida State Representative from District 113 since 2018[27]
Javier Fernαndez, Florida State Representative from District 114 since 2018[27]
Tony Bisignano, Iowa State Senator from District 17 since 2015[28]
James Rosapepe, Maryland State Senator from District 21 since 2007[29]
Erek Barron, Maryland State Delegate from District 24 since 2015[29]
Yvanna Cancela, Nevada State Senator from District 10 since 2016[30]
Mike Edgar, New Hampshire State Representative from Rockingham District 21 since 2016[31]
Malcolm Kenyatta, Pennsylvania State Representative from District 181 since 2019[32]
Dick Harpootlian, South Carolina State Senator from District 20 since 2018[33]
Jimmy Bales, South Carolina State Representative from District 80 since 1999[34]
Bill Clyburn, South Carolina State Representative from District 82 since 1995[34]
Joseph H. Jefferson, South Carolina State Representative from District 102 since 2004[34]
David Mack, South Carolina State Representative from District 109 since 1997[35]
Robert Brown, South Carolina State Representative from District 116 since 2001[34]
Connie Williams, former Pennsylvania State Senator from District 17 (2001–2009)[19]
Joel Lourie, former South Carolina State Senator from District 22 (2004–2017)[34]
Tommy Moore, former South Carolina State Senator from District 25 (1981–2006)[34]
Frank McBride, former South Carolina State Senator from District 74[34]
James E. Smith Jr., former South Carolina State Representative from District 72 (1996–2019) and nominee for governor in 2018[34]
Jim Felder, former South Carolina State Representative (1970–1972)[34]
Connie Williams, former South Carolina State Representative (1978–1984)[34]

Party officials
Cristobal J. Alex, member of the Democratic National Committee[36]
Symone Sanders, member of the Democratic National Committee, political commentator, national press secretary for the Bernie Sanders 2016 presidential campaign and 2020 Biden campaign staffer[37]
Former members of state judiciaries
John T. Broderick Jr., former Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court[22]

Organizations
International Association of Fire Fighters[38]

Individuals
David L. Cohen, senior executive vice president of Comcast[19]
Anita Dunn, former acting White House Communications Director[40]
Daniel J. Hilferty, CEO of Independence Blue Cross[19]
Michelle Kwan, figure skater and surrogate outreach coordinator for the Hillary Clinton 2016 presidential campaign[41]
George R. R. Martin, writer, screenwriter, and television producer[42]
Rob Reiner, actor, director, and writer[43]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endorsements_in_the_2020_Democratic_Party_presidential_primaries#Elizabeth_Warren

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George II Wednesday OP
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Wed May 15, 2019, 08:44 PM

1. Impressive

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Wed May 15, 2019, 10:15 PM

2. Helps

with each those states' campaigns. Get out the vote will be most important.

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Wed May 15, 2019, 10:31 PM

3. Go Joe Go! nt

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Wed May 15, 2019, 11:24 PM

4. George R. R. Martin???

That's pretty cool!

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