List of Prominent Republicans For a Hillary Clinton Presidency

List of prominent Republicans working against the U.S. Constitution, the 2nd Amendment Right to Bear Arms, opposing Trump & bank-rolling a Clinton victory!

 

The following is a reprint (excluding the footnotes) of the Wikipedia article List of Republicans opposing Donald Trump presidential campaign, 2016.   It’s a veritable who’s-who of the neocon establishment.  

Rinos For Hillary

PUBLIC OFFICIALS
Former Presidents

George H. W. Bush, President of the United States (1989–93); Vice President of the United States (1981–89) (sources say he will vote for Hillary Clinton)[1][2]

Former 2016 Republican presidential primary candidates

All candidates signed a pledge to eventually support the party nominee. The following have refused to honor it.

  • Jeb Bush, Governor of Florida (1999–2007)[3]
  • Carly Fiorina, CEO of Hewlett-Packard (1999–2005); 2010 nominee for U.S. Senator from California (withdrew endorsement, called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[4][5]
  • Lindsey Graham, United States Senator from South Carolina (2003–present)[6]
  • John Kasich, Governor of Ohio (2011–present); U.S. Representative from Ohio (1983–2001)[7] (wrote in John McCain) [8]
  • George Pataki, Governor of New York (1995–2006)[9]
Former federal cabinet-level officials
  • William Bennett, Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (1989–90); United States Secretary of Education (1985–99) (withdrew endorsement)[10]
  • Bill Brock, United States Secretary of Labor (1985-87); United States Trade Representative (1981-85); U.S. Senator from Tennessee (1971-77); Chairman of the Republican National Committee (1977-81)[11]
  • Michael Chertoff, United States Secretary of Homeland Security (2005–09); Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (2003–05) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[12][13]
  • Bill Cohen, United States Secretary of Defense (1997–2001); United States Senator from Maine (1979–97) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[14][15]
  • Robert Gates, United States Secretary of Defense (2006–11); Director of Central Intelligence (1991–93)[16]
  • Carlos Gutierrez, United States Secretary of Commerce (2005–09) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Carla Anderson Hills, United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (1975–77), United States Trade Representative (1989–93) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[12][17]
  • Ray LaHood, United States Secretary of Transportation (2009–13), U.S. Representative from Illinois (1995–2009)[18]
  • Greg Mankiw, Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers (2003–05)[19]
  • Mel Martinez, United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (2001–03); United States Senator from Florida (2005–09); General Chair of the Republican National Committee (2007)[20][21]
  • Michael Mukasey, United States Attorney General (2007–09)[22]
  • John Negroponte, United States Ambassador to the United Nations (2001–04); Director of National Intelligence (2005–07); United States Deputy Secretary of State (2007–09) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[12][17]
  • Henry Paulson, United States Secretary of the Treasury (2006–09) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[23]
  • Rob Portman, Director of the Office of Management and Budget (2006–07); United States Trade Representative (2005–06); United States Senator from Ohio (2011–present) (withdrew endorsement, writing-in Mike Pence)[24]
  • Colin Powell, United States Secretary of State (2001–05), National Security Advisor (1987–89) (voting for Hillary Clinton)[25]
  • William K. Reilly, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (1989–92) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Condoleezza Rice, United States Secretary of State (2005–09), National Security Advisor (2001–09) (called on Trump to withdraw candidacy)[26]
  • Tom Ridge, United States Secretary of Homeland Security (2003–05); Homeland Security Advisor (2001–03); Governor of Pennsylvania (1995–2001)[12][27][28]
  • William Ruckelshaus, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (1970–73, 1983–85) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • George P. Shultz, United States Secretary of Labor (1969–70); Director of the Office of Management and Budget (1970–72); United States Secretary of the Treasury (1972–74); United States Secretary of State (1982–89)[19]
  • Louis Wade Sullivan, United States Secretary of Health and Human Services (1989–93) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[29]
  • Christine Todd Whitman, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (2001–03); Governor of New Jersey (1994–2001) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[30]
  • Robert Zoellick, United States Deputy Secretary of State (2005–06); U.S. Trade Representative (2001–05); President of the World Bank Group (2007–12)[12]
Governors

Current

  • Ohio Governor John Kasich
  • Charlie Baker, Massachusetts (2015–present)[31]
  • Robert J. Bentley, Alabama (2011–present) (withdrew endorsement)[32]
  • Dennis Daugaard, South Dakota (2011–present) (withdrew endorsement, called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[33]
  • Bill Haslam, Tennessee (2011–present)[34]
  • Gary Herbert, Utah (2009–present) (withdrew endorsement)[35]
  • Larry Hogan, Maryland (2015–present)[36][37]
  • Susana Martinez, New Mexico (2011–present); Chair of the Republican Governors Association (2015–present)[38]
  • Brian Sandoval, Nevada (2011–present) (withdrew endorsement)[39]
  • Rick Snyder, Michigan (2011–present)[40]

Former

  • Former Massachusetts Governor and 2012 nominee for President Mitt Romney
  • Arne Carlson, Minnesota (1991–99) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • A. Linwood Holton Jr., Virginia (1970–74); Assistant Secretary of State for Legislative Affairs (1974–75) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[41]
  • Jon Huntsman Jr., Utah (2005–09); United States Ambassador to China (2009–11); United States Ambassador to Singapore (1992–93) (withdrew endorsement)[42]
  • William Milliken, Michigan (1969–83) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[43]
  • Kay A. Orr, Nebraska (1987–91)[44]
  • Tim Pawlenty, Minnesota (2003–11) (withdrew endorsement)[45]
  • Marc Racicot, Montana (1993–01); Chair of the Republican National Committee (2001–03)[46]
  • Mitt Romney, Massachusetts (2003–07), 2012 nominee for President[47]
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger, California (2003–11)[48]
  • William Weld, Massachusetts (1991–97) (2016 Libertarian nominee for Vice President)[49]
U.S. Senators

Current

  • Kelly Ayotte, New Hampshire (2011–present) (withdrew intended vote, writing-in Mike Pence)[50]
  • Shelley Moore Capito, West Virginia (2015–present) (withdrew endorsement)[51]
  • Susan Collins, Maine (1997–present)[52]
  • Jeff Flake, Arizona (2013–present) (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[53][54]
  • Cory Gardner, Colorado (2015–present) (withdrew endorsement, called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy, writing-in Mike Pence)[55]
  • Dean Heller, Nevada (2011–present)[56]
  • Mark Kirk, Illinois (2010–present) (withdrew endorsement, writing-in Colin Powell)[37]
  • Mike Lee, Utah (2011–present)[57]
  • John McCain, Arizona (1987–present); 2008 nominee for President (withdrew endorsement)[58]
  • Lisa Murkowski, Alaska (2002–present) (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[59]
  • Rob Portman, Ohio (2010-present) [60]
  • Ben Sasse, Nebraska (2015–present)[20][61]
  • Dan Sullivan, Alaska (2015–present) (withdrew endorsement, called on Trump to withdraw candidacy, writing-in Mike Pence)[62]
  • John Thune, South Dakota (2005–present) (withdrew endorsement, called on Trump to withdraw candidacy)[63]

Former

  • Norm Coleman, Minnesota (2003–09)[28][64]
  • David Durenberger, Minnesota (1978–95) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Slade Gorton, Washington (1981–87, 1989–2001) (endorsed Evan McMullin)[65]
  • Gordon J. Humphrey, New Hampshire (1979–90) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[66][67]
  • John Warner, Virginia (1979–2009); United States Secretary of the Navy (1972–74) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[68]
U.S. Representatives

Current

  • Justin Amash, Michigan (2011–present)[28]
  • Mike Coffman, Colorado (2009–present)[69]
  • Barbara Comstock, Virginia (2015–present)[70]
  • Carlos Curbelo, Florida (2015–present)[20][71]
  • Rodney Davis, Illinois (2013–present) (withdrew endorsement)[72]
  • Charlie Dent, Pennsylvania (2005–present)[73]
  • Bob Dold, Illinois (2011–13, 2015–present)[28][74]
  • Jeff Fortenberry, Nebraska (2005–present) (withdrew endorsement)[72]
  • Scott Garrett, New Jersey (2003–present) (withdrew endorsement)[72]
  • Kay Granger, Texas (1997–present) (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[75]
  • Richard L. Hanna, New York (2011–present) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[28][76]
  • Cresent Hardy, Nevada (2015–present) (withdrew endorsement)[77]
  • Joe Heck, Nevada (2011–present); 2016 nominee for U.S. Senate (withdrew endorsement)[77]
  • Jaime Herrera Beutler, Washington (2011–present) (writing-in Paul Ryan)[78]
  • Will Hurd, Texas (2015–present)[79]
  • David Jolly, Florida (2014–present)[80]
  • John Katko, New York (2015–present)[81]
  • Adam Kinzinger, Illinois (2011–present)[82]
  • Steve Knight, California (2015–present)[83]
  • Frank LoBiondo, New Jersey (1995–present) (withdrew endorsement, writing-in Mike Pence)[84]
  • Mia Love, Utah (2015–present)[85]
  • Pat Meehan, Pennsylvania (2011–present) (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[84]
  • Erik Paulsen, Minnesota (2009–present) (withdrew endorsement)[86]
  • Reid Ribble, Wisconsin (2011–present)[28]
  • Scott Rigell, Virginia (2011–present) (endorsed Gary Johnson)[20]
  • Martha Roby, Alabama (2011–present) (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[87][88]
  • Tom Rooney, Florida (2009–present) (withdrew endorsement)[72]
  • Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Florida (1989–present)[28]
  • Mike Simpson, Idaho (1999–present) (withdrew endorsement)[10]
  • Fred Upton, Michigan (1987–present)[89]
  • David Valadao, California (2013–present)[90]
  • Ann Wagner, Missouri (2013–present) (withdrew endorsement)[91]
  • Host of Morning Joe on MSNBC and former U.S. Representative from Florida Joe Scarborough

Former

  • Steve Bartlett, Texas (1983–91)[92]
  • Bob Bauman, Maryland (1973–81)[92]
  • Sherwood Boehlert, New York (1993–2007) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[93]
  • Jack Buechner, Missouri (1987–91)[92]
  • Tom Campbell, California (1989–93, 1995–2001) (endorsed Gary Johnson)[94]
  • Bill Clinger, Pennsylvania (1979–97)[92]
  • Tom Coleman, Missouri (1976–93)[92]
  • Geoff Davis, Kentucky (2005–12)[92]
  • Mickey Edwards, Oklahoma (1977–93)[92]
  • Harris Fawell, Illinois (1985–99)[92]
  • Ed Foreman, Texas (1963–65, 1969–71)[92]
  • Amo Houghton, New York (1987–2005)[92]
  • Bob Inglis, South Carolina (1993–99, 2005–11)[28]
  • Jim Kolbe, Arizona (1985–2007) (endorsed Gary Johnson)[95]
  • Steve Kuykendall, California (1999–2001)[92]
  • Jim Leach, Iowa (1977–2007)[92]
  • Pete McCloskey, California (1967–83)[92]
  • Connie Morella, Maryland (1987–2003) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Mike Parker, Mississippi (1989–99); Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works (2001–02)[92]
  • Ron Paul, Texas (1976–77, 1979–85, 1997–2013)[96]
  • Tom Petri, Wisconsin (1979–2015)[92]
  • John Porter, Illinois (1980–2001)[92]
  • Joe Scarborough, Florida (1995–2001); commentator and author[97]
  • Claudine Schneider, Rhode Island (1981–91) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[93]
  • Chris Shays, Connecticut (1987–2009) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Peter Smith, Vermont (1989–11)[92]
  • Mark Souder, Indiana (1995–2010)[98]
  • J.C. Watts, Oklahoma (1995–2003)[20]
  • Edward Weber, Ohio (1981–83)[92]
  • Vin Weber, Minnesota (1983–93)[99]
  • G. William Whitehurst, Virginia (1969–87)[92]
  • Dick Zimmer, New Jersey (1991–97) (endorsed Gary Johnson)[100]
Former State Department officials
  • Richard Armitage, Deputy Secretary of State; Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[101]
  • John B. Bellinger III, Legal Adviser of the Department of State; Legal Adviser to the National Security Council[12]
  • Robert Blackwill, United States Ambassador to India; Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Planning (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[12][17]
  • R. Nicholas Burns, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs; United States Ambassador to NATO; United States Ambassador to Greece (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[102]
  • Eliot A. Cohen, Counselor of the United States Department of State[12][20]
  • Chester Crocker, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs[22]
  • Jendayi Frazer, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs[12]
  • James K. Glassman, Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[22]
  • David F. Gordon, Director of Policy Planning[12]
  • Donald Gregg, United States Ambassador to South Korea[19]
  • David A. Gross, U.S. Coordinator for International Communications and Information Policy (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • John Hillen, Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs[12]
  • Reuben Jeffery III, Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment[12]
  • Robert Joseph, Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Affairs[22]
  • David J. Kramer, Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor[12]
  • Stephen D. Krasner, Director of Policy Planning[22]
  • Frank Lavin, United States Ambassador to Singapore; Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Robert McCallum, United States Ambassador to Australia; Acting United States Deputy Attorney General[12]
  • Richard Miles, United States Ambassador to Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, and Georgia; Acting United States Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan[22]
  • Roger Noriega, Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs[22]
  • John Osborn, Member of the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy[22]
  • Kristen Silverberg, Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs[12]
  • William Howard Taft IV, Legal Adviser of the Department of State; United States Ambassador to NATO; United States Deputy Secretary of Defense[12]
  • Shirin R. Tahir-Kheli, Senior Advisor for Women’s Empowerment; Special Assistant to the President for Democracy, Human Rights and International Operations (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[12][17]
  • Betty Tamposi, Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[103]
  • Peter Teeley, United States Ambassador to Canada (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Robert Tuttle, United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[104]
  • Philip Zelikow, Counselor of the United States Department of State[12]
Former Defense Department officials
  • Don Bacon, Brigadier General, United States Air Force; 2016 nominee for Nebraska’s 2nd district (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[105]
  • Seth Cropsey, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations/Low Intensity Conflict & Interdependent Capabilities[22]
  • Michael B. Donley, United States Secretary of the Air Force (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Eric Edelman, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy[12]
  • Doug Feith, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy[106]
  • Robert Hastings, Acting Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs[22]
  • Tim Kane, United States Air Force intelligence officer; Chief Labor Economist, Joint Economic Committee[22]
  • Mary Beth Long, Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs[12]
  • Alberto J. Mora, General Counsel of the Navy (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Gale Pollock, Acting Surgeon General of the United States Army (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Martha Rainville, Major General, United States Air Force; Vermont Adjutant General[22]
  • Michael Rubin, Defense Country Director for Iran and Iraq[22]
  • Kalev Sepp, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations Capabilities[22]
  • Matthew Waxman, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Detainee Affairs (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[10][12]
  • Paul Wolfowitz, United States Deputy Secretary of Defense; President of the World Bank Group (voting for Clinton)[107]
  • Dov Zakheim, Comptroller of the Department of Defense[12]
Former National Security officials
  • Ken Adelman, Director of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[10][22]
  • Mike Baker, covert operations officer, Central Intelligence Agency[22]
  • Tom Donnelly, Director of the Policy Group, House Armed Services Committee[22]
  • Gary Edson, Deputy National Security Advisor[12]
  • Richard Falkenrath, Deputy Homeland Security Advisor[12]
  • Peter Feaver, Senior Director for Strategic Planning[12]
  • Aaron Friedberg, Deputy National Security Advisor to the Vice President[12]
  • Greg Garcia, Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for Cyber Security and Telecommunications[22]
  • Michael Green, Senior Director for Asia, National Security Council[12]
  • Paul Haenle, Director for China and Taiwan, National Security Council[12]
  • Michael Hayden, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (2006–09)[12]
  • William Inboden, Senior Director for Strategic Planning, National Security Council[12]
  • James Jeffrey, Deputy National Security Advisor[12]
  • James C. Langdon, Jr., Chair of the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board[12]
  • Deborah Loewer, Director of the White House Situation Room (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[108]
  • Evan McMullin, Operations officer, Central Intelligence Agency; Senior Adviser for National Security, House Foreign Affairs Committee (Independent candidate for President)[109][110]
  • Paul D. Miller, Director for Afghanistan, National Security Council[22]
  • Meghan O’Sullivan, Deputy National Security Advisor for Iraq and Afghanistan[12]
  • Kori Schake, Director of Defense Strategy, National Security Council[12]
  • Gary Schmitt, Executive Director of the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board[22]
  • Brent Scowcroft, National Security Advisor (1975–77, 1989–93); Chair of the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board (2001–05) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • David Shedd, Deputy Director of National Intelligence; Acting Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency[22]
  • Stephen Slick, Senior Director for Intelligence Programs, National Security Council[12]
  • Frances Townsend, Homeland Security Advisor[22]
  • Kenneth Wainstein, Homeland Security Advisor[12]
Other former federal government officials
  • Former Chief of Staff to the Vice President and founder of The Weekly Standard Bill Kristol
  • Donald B. Ayer, United States Deputy Attorney General[12]
  • Phillip D. Brady, White House Staff Secretary; White House Cabinet Secretary (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[108]
  • Paul K. Charlton, United States Attorney[111]
  • Linda Chavez, Director of the Office of Public Liaison; 1986 nominee for U.S. Senator from Maryland[28]
  • Jim Cicconi, White House Staff Secretary (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Scott Evertz, Director of the Office of National AIDS Policy (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Tony Fratto, Deputy White House Press Secretary[112]
  • Charles Fried, United States Solicitor General; Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[113]
  • Fred T. Goldberg, Jr., Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Tax Policy; Commissioner of Internal Revenue (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Hugh Hewitt, Assistant White House Counsel; conservative radio host (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[114]
  • Theodore Kassinger, United States Deputy Secretary of Commerce[12]
  • Bill Kristol, Chief of Staff to the Vice President (endorsed Evan McMullin)[115]
  • Rosario Marin, Treasurer of the United States (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[116]
  • John McKay, former United States Attorney (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[117]
  • Andrew Natsios, Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development; Chair of the Massachusetts Republican Party[12]
  • Daniel F. Runde, Director of the Global Development Alliance[22]
  • Larry D. Thompson, United States Deputy Attorney General[12]
  • Dan Webb, former United States Attorney (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[118]
  • Peter Wehner, Director of the Office of Strategic Initiatives[10]
  • Lezlee Westine, Director of the Office of Public Liaison (2001–2005) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[99][119]
  • Peter Zeidenberg, Assistant United States Attorney[111]
Statewide officials

Current

  • Brian Calley, Lieutenant Governor of Michigan (2011–present) (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[120]
  • Spencer Cox, Lieutenant Governor of Utah (2013–present)[121]
  • Kim Guadagno, Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey (2010–present)[122]

Former

  • Paul Anderson, Associate Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court (1994–2013) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[123]
  • Greg Bell, Lieutenant Governor of Utah (2009–13) (endorsed Evan McMullin)[124]
  • Bob Brown, Secretary of State of Montana (2001–05) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[125]
  • Betty Montgomery, Attorney General of Ohio (1995–2003), Ohio State Auditor (2003–07)[126]
  • Mark Shurtleff, Attorney General of Utah (2001–13) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[127]
  • Robert Smith, Associate Judge of the New York Court of Appeals (2004–14) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[128]
  • Michael Steele, Lieutenant Governor of Maryland (2003–07) and RNC Chair (2009–11)[129]
  • Diana Taylor, New York Superintendent of Banks (2003–07) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[130]
  • Grant Woods, Attorney General of Arizona (1991–99) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[131]
State legislators

Current

  • Jack Ciattarelli, New Jersey State Representative (2011–present) (withdrew endorsement)[122]
  • Kurt Daudt, Minnesota State Representative (2011–present), Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives (2015–present) (called on Trump to withdraw his candidacy)[132]
  • David Johnson, Iowa State Senator (2003–present)[37][133]
  • Mark B. Madsen, Utah State Senator (2005–present) (endorsed Gary Johnson)[134]
  • Charisse Millett, Alaska State Representative (2009–present), Majority Leader (2015–present) (withdrew endorsement)[135][136]
  • Ross Spano, Florida State Representative (2012–present)[80]
  • Joe Sweeney, New Hampshire State Representative (2012–present) (withdrew endorsement)[137]

Former

  • Lois Sherman Hagarty, Pennsylvania State Representative (1980–92)[138]
  • Brian Lees, Massachusetts State Senator (1989–2007), Minority Leader (1993–2007)[139]
  • Jack McGregor, Pennsylvania State Senator (1963–70) (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[108]
  • Will Weatherford, Florida State Representative (2006–14), Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives (2012–14)[140]
Municipal officials
  • Joel Giambra, former Erie County Executive (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[141]
  • Carlos A. Giménez, Mayor of Miami-Dade County (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[142]
  • Danny Jones, Mayor of Charleston, West Virginia (endorsed Gary Johnson)[143][144]
  • Aimee Winder Newton, Member of the Salt Lake County Council (withdrew endorsement)[145]
  • Tomás Regalado, Mayor of Miami[146]
OTHER NOTABLE INDIVIDUALS
Republican Party figures
  • George Will, conservative commentator
  • Steve Baer, fundraiser[147]
  • Max Boot, author (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[28]
  • Ellen Bork, political consultant[22]
  • Marvin Bush, son of George H. W. Bush, brother of George W. Bush and Jeb Bush (endorsed Gary Johnson)[148]
  • Al Cardenas, former chair of the Republican Party of Florida[72]
  • Patrick Chovanec, economist[22]
  • Mindy Finn, political consultant, strategist, and activist (Independent running mate for Evan McMullin)[149]
  • Darryl Glenn, 2016 nominee for U.S. Senator from Colorado (withdrew endorsement)[150]
  • Juan Hernandez, political consultant, co-founder of Hispanic Republicans of Texas (endorsed Gary Johnson)[151]
  • Matt Higgins, former press secretary for New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Robert Kagan, former foreign policy advisor and speechwriter (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[28]
  • Matt Kibbe, libertarian ideals advocate[28]
  • Jimmy LaSalvia, co-founder of GOProud (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Kevin Madden, spokesperson for 2012 presidential nominee, Mitt Romney[20]
  • Ken Mehlman, former Chair of the Republican National Committee[28]
  • Mike Murphy, political consultant and commentator (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[152]
  • Patrick Ruffini, political strategist[28]
  • Mark Salter, chief aide to John McCain (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[153]
  • Randy Scheunemann, national security and foreign policy advisor[22]
  • Steve Schmidt, campaign strategist[154]
  • Gabriel Schoenfeld, former Senior Advisor to 2012 presidential nominee Mitt Romney[28]
  • Lionel Sosa, political consultant (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[155]
  • A. J. Spiker, Chair of the Iowa Republican Party[156]
  • Ben Stein, former speechwriter for Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford[28]
  • Stuart Stevens, political consultant and strategist[28]
  • Mac Stipanovich, strategist and lobbyist; former Chief of Staff to Bob Martinez (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[157]
  • John Weaver, strategist (called on Trump and Pence to withdraw their candidacies)[158]
Conservative academics, journalists and commentators
  • Michael Auslin, Resident Scholar and Director of Japanese Studies at the American Enterprise Institute[22]
  • Glenn Beck, former Fox News host, radio host, columnist, and author (endorsed Darrell Castle)[159]
  • Guy Benson, journalist[112]
  • Michael Berry, radio host[28]
  • L. Brent Bozell III, activist and writer[28]
  • David Brooks, columnist[160]
  • Christine Caine, evangelical author[161]
  • Steven G. Calabresi, legal scholar and co-founder of the Federalist Society[162]
  • Mona Charen, columnist and author[28]
  • Lanhee Chen, academic and commentator[19]
  • Joshua Claybourn, attorney, author, and former convention delegate[163][164]
  • Ross Douthat, columnist[37]
  • Daniel W. Drezner, blogger[22]
  • Richard Epstein, legal scholar[162]
  • Erick Erickson, blogger (endorsed Evan McMullin)[165]
  • Niall Ferguson, professor of history[22]
  • David A. French, author and journalist[37]
  • Jeffrey Gedmin, author[22]
  • Robert P. George, academic[19]
  • Reuel Marc Gerecht, writer (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[22]
  • Jonah Goldberg, columnist and author (endorsed Evan McMullin)[166]
  • Michael Graham, radio host[112]
  • Mary R. Habeck, professor of strategic studies[22]
  • David Harsanyi, columnist[112]
  • Stephen F. Hayes, columnist[112]
  • Quin Hillyer, columnist[28]
  • Charles Krauthammer, columnist (writing in Paul Ryan or Ben Sasse)[167]
  • Matt K. Lewis, columnist and commentator[168]
  • Dana Loesch, author and commentator[169]
  • Peter Mansoor, military historian (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[22]
  • Beth Moore, evangelical author[161]
  • Russell D. Moore, evangelical theologian, head of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (writing-in Ben Sasse)[19][170]
  • Charles Murray, political scientist and commentator[171]
  • Ana Navarro, srategist and commentator[172]
  • Tom Nichols, national security affairs scholar (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[22]
  • John Noonan, national security analyst and commentator[173][174]
  • Marvin Olasky, editor-in-chief of World[175]
  • Mackubin Thomas Owens, national security advisor[22]
  • Katie Pavlich, journalist[28]
  • Daniel Pipes, historian and columnist[22]
  • Danielle Pletka, foreign policy writer[176]
  • John Podhoretz, writer and columnist[19]
  • Dorothy Rabinowitz, journalist (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[177]
  • Jennifer Rubin, journalist[28]
  • Ben Shapiro, columnist and commentator[28]
  • Bret Stephens, journalist[19]
  • Ray Takeyh, Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations[22]
  • Ruth Wedgwood, professor of international law and diplomacy[22]
  • Jamie Weinstein, political journalist[37]
  • Montel Williams, talk show host and commentator[178]
  • George Will, columnist[179][180]
  • Kevin D. Williamson, writer[181]
Business leaders
  • Meg Whitman, current HP and former eBay CEO
  • Daniel Akerson, former Chairman and CEO of General Motors (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[182][183]
  • Marc Andreessen, co-founder of Netscape; founder of Andreessen Horowitz (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[184]
  • Mike Fernandez, founder of MBF Healthcare Partners (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[185]
  • Seth Klarman, founder of Baupost Group (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[19][186]
  • Hamid R. Moghadam, CEO of Prologis (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[184]
  • James Murren, Chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[187]
  • Chuck Robbins, CEO of Cisco Systems (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[184]
  • Paul Singer, founder and CEO of Elliott Management Corporation[188]
  • Harry E. Sloan, former CEO of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17]
  • Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric (withdrew endorsement)[189]
  • Meg Whitman, CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise; former CEO of eBay; 2010 California nominee for Governor of California (endorsed Hillary Clinton)[17][19][190]
Republican groups
  • Harvard Republican Club[191]
  • Penn State College Republicans[192]

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2 Responses to List of Prominent Republicans For a Hillary Clinton Presidency

  1. Brittius says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius and commented:
    LIST OF TRAITORS.

  2. Didn’t work out for them on November 8. LOL!

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