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    Marco Rubio[edit]


    Main article: Marco Rubio presidential campaign, 2016

    Background: Marco Rubio (born in 1971) is a U.S. Senator from Florida (2010–present). He was raised in Florida (and Nevada). He was a Florida lawyer (1996–9 before entering politics.



    U.S. Governors (current and former)
    Robert List, Nevada (former)[574] (previously endorsed Scott Walker)[575]
    George Pataki, New York (former); 2016 presidential candidate[576]
    Bobby Jindal, Louisiana (former); 2016 presidential candidate[577]
    Tim Pawlenty, Minnesota (former); 2012 Presidential Candidate[578]
    George Allen, Virginia (former Governor and Senator)[579]
    Scott McCallum, Wisconsin (former)[580]
    Craig Benson, New Hampshire (former)[581]
    Sam Brownback, Kansas[582]
    Nikki Haley, South Carolina[583]
    Asa Hutchinson, Arkansas[584]

    U.S. Senators (current and former)

    Arizona: Jon Kyl (former)[585] and Jeff Flake[586]
    Arkansas: Tim Hutchinson (former)[587]
    Colorado: Cory Gardner[588]
    Idaho: Jim Risch[589]
    Kansas: Pat Roberts[590], Bob Dole (former, 1996 presidential nominee)[591]
    Minnesota: Norm Coleman (former)[592] (previously endorsed Lindsey Graham, and then Jeb Bush)[593] [594]
    Montana: Steve Daines[595]
    Nebraska: Deb Fischer[596]
    Nevada: Dean Heller[597]
    North Carolina: Thom Tillis[598]
    Oklahoma: Jim Inhofe[599]
    Pennsylvania: Pat Toomey,[600] Rick Santorum (former) (also former 2016 presidential candidate)[601]
    South Carolina: Tim Scott[602]
    Texas: Phil Gramm (former)[603]
    Utah: Orrin Hatch[604]

    U.S. Representatives (current and former)

    Arizona: Matt Salmon[605]
    Arkansas: Rick Crawford[606] and Steve Womack[606]
    California: Doug LaMalfa,[607] and Darrell Issa[608]
    Colorado: Mike Coffman[609]
    Florida: Tom Rooney,[186] Ileana Ros-Lehtinen,[610] Mario Díaz-Balart,[610] Carlos Curbelo,[610] Lincoln Díaz-Balart(former),[610] Jeff Miller[611] and Gus Bilirakis[612]
    Georgia: Austin Scott[613] and Lynn Westmoreland[614]
    Illinois: Darin LaHood[615] and Rodney Davis[616]
    Indiana: Todd Rokita,[617] Larry Bucshon[618] and Chris Chocola (former)[619]
    Kansas: Mike Pompeo[620]
    Kentucky: Anne Northup (former)[621] and Geoff Davis(former)[622]
    Michigan: John Moolenaar,[623] Bill Huizenga,[624] and Dan Benishek[625]
    Minnesota: John Kline[626] and Erik Paulsen[627]
    Missouri: Jason T. Smith[628]
    Nevada: Mark Amodei[629] and Cresent Hardy[630]
    North Carolina: Robert Pittenger, Robin Hayes (former)[631]
    Oklahoma: Markwayne Mullin[632]
    Pennsylvania: Glenn Thompson[633]
    South Carolina: Trey Gowdy,[634] Gresham Barrett(former),[635] and Joe Wilson[636]
    South Dakota: Kristi Noem[620]
    Tennessee: Zach Wamp (former).[637]
    Texas: Quico Canseco (former)[638]
    Utah: (Whole House Delegation) Chris Stewart,[639] Mia Love[640] Rob Bishop,[641] and Jason Chaffetz[642]
    Virginia: Scott Rigell[643] and Barbara Comstock[644]
    Washington: Jaime Herrera Beutler[645]
    Wisconsin: Sean Duffy[646] (previously endorsed Scott Walker)[647]

    U.S. Ambassadors (former)

    Skip Vallee, former Ambassador to Slovakia (2005–2007)[648]
    Victor Ashe, former Ambassador to Poland (2004–2009) and former Bush supporter[649]

    Republican National Committee members (former)

    Bill Armistead, chair of Alabama GOP (2011–2015)[650]
    Jerry Labriola Jr., chair of Connecticut GOP (2011–2015).[651][652]
    Alec Poitevint, former Georgia GOP chair[653]
    John McCarthy, former Kentucky GOP chair[622]
    Robert Maginn, chair of Massachusetts GOP (2011–2013)[654]
    Arnie Hederman, chairman of the Mississippi GOP (2011–2012)[655]
    Ferrell Blount, former NCGOP chairman[631]
    Stan Lockhart, former Utah GOP chair[639]

    Statewide officials

    Arizona: Mark Brnovich (AG of AZ)[656]
    Arkansas: Gregory Bledsoe (Arkansas Surgeon General),[657] Tim Griffin (LG of AR)[606]
    Florida: Carlos López-Cantera (LG of FL)[658]
    Idaho: Brandon D. Woolf (Contr. of ID)[659]
    Two from Nevada: Mark Hutchison (LG of NV),[660]Lorraine Hunt (former LG of NV).[661]
    New Hampshire: Peter Heed (former AG of NH)[662]
    Ohio: Josh Mandel (Treas. of OH).[663]
    Texas: Susan Combs (former Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, former Texas Agriculture Commissioner and former Texas State Representative)[664] and Jerry E. Patterson (former Texas Land Commissioner and former Texas State Senator)[665]
    Utah: Spencer Cox (LG of UT)[666]
    Wisconsin: Margaret Farrow (former LG of WI)[580]

    State legislators

    Three Alabama State Senators: Clay Scofield,[667] Slade Blackwell,[667] Greg Albritton[667]
    Thirteen Alabama State Representatives: Will Ainsworth,[650] Randall Shedd,[667] Danny Garrett,[667]David Faulkner,[667] Jack Williams,[667] Jim Patterson,[667]K. L. Brown,[667] Kyle South,[667] Mack Butler,[667] Matt Fridy,[667] Mike Jones, Jr.,[667] Nathaniel Ledbetter,[667]Lynn Greer[667]
    Seven Arkansas State Senators: Bart Hester,[668] Jonathan Dismang (President),[669] Jim Hendren (Majority Leader),[670] Missy Irvin,[657] Greg Standridge,[669] John Cooper,[669] Jeremy Hutchinson[657]
    Twenty-one Arkansas State Representatives: Ken Bragg(Majority Leader),[657] Jim Dotson (Majority Whip),[657]Justin Boyd,[657] Lanny Fite,[657] Charlie Collins,[657] DeAnn Vaught,[657] Laurie Rushing,[657] Nate Bell,[657] Jana Della Rosa,[669] Mark Lowery,[669] Micah Neal,[669] Prissy Hickerson,[669] Kenneth Henderson,[669] Dan Douglas,[669]Mickey Gates,[669] Charlene Fite,[669] Karilyn Brown,[669]David Meeks,[669] Andy Davis,[669] Grant Hodges,[669] Gary Deffenbaugh[669]
    Four California State Senators: Jim Nielsen,[671] Jeff Stone,[671] Andy Vidak,[671] Patricia Bates[671]
    Two Members of the California State Assembly: Scott Wilk,[671] Kristin Olsen (former Minority Leader)[671]
    Colorado State Senator: Josh Penry (former Minority Leader)[672]
    Colorado State Representative: B.J. Nikkel (former Majority Whip)[673]
    Delaware State Senator: Gregory Lavelle (Minorty Whip)[674]
    Eighteen Florida State Representatives: Adam Hasner(former Majority Leader),[675] Esteban Bovo (former),[676]Keith Perry,[676] Dane Eagle,[676] Lake Ray,[676] Ross Spano,[676] Debbie Mayfield,[676] Matt Caldwell,[676] Bryan Avila,[676] Jeanette Núñez,[676] Mike Miller,[676] Rene Plasencia,[676] Mike La Rosa,[676] Ray Pilon,[676] Scott Plakon,[676] Julio Gonzalez,[676] Danny Burgess,[658]Shawn Harrison[658]
    Two Florida State Senators: Miguel Díaz de la Portilla,[677]René García[677]
    Six Georgia State Senators: P.K. Martin IV,[678] Judson Hill,[679] Chuck Clay (former),[680] Rick Jeffares,[681] Dean Burke,[682] Tommie Williams (President Pro Tempore)[682]
    Twenty-three Georgia State Representatives: Geoff Duncan,[678] Chuck Efstration,[678] Buzz Brockway,[678]Trey Kelley,[678] Bert Reeves,[678] Matt Ramsey (House Majority Whip),[680] Bill Werkheiser,[680] Michael Ryan Caldwell,[680] Brian Strickland,[680] Mike Dudgeon,[680]Gerald Greene,[681] Howard Maxwell,[681] Sharon Cooper,[682] John Corbett,[682] Robert Dickey,[682] Barry Fleming,[682] Bob Irvin (former House Republican Leader),[682] Chuck Martin,[682] Randy Nix,[682] Jesse Petrea,[682] Tom Rice,[682] Jason Shaw,[682] Ron Stephens[682]
    Illinois State Senator: Michael Connelly[683]
    Indiana State Senator: Carlin Yoder[73]
    Five Indiana State Representatives: Cindy Ziemke,[73]David Ober (Assistant Majority Leader),[684] David Ober,[684] Casey Cox,[684] Holli Sullivan[684]
    Five Iowa State Senators: Rick Bertrand,[685] Jack Whitver.,[686] Dan Zumbach,[687] Tom Shipley,[687] Larry McKibben (former)[688]
    Seven Iowa State Representatives: Bobby Kaufmann,[689]Brian Best,[690] John Wills,[691] Megan Jones,[692] Carmine Boal (former),[688] Dawn Pettengill,[693] Quentin Stanerson[694]
    Kansas State Senator: Terry Bruce (Majority Leader)[695]
    Kansas State Representative: Erin Davis[695]
    Six Kentucky State Senators: Julie Adams,[696] Ralph Alvarado,[696] C. B. Embry,[696] Paul Hornback,[696] Richie Sanders (former),[622] Kenneth W. Winters (former)[622]
    Twenty Kentucky State Representatives: Jeff Hoover(Minority Leader),[696] Robert Benvenuti,[696] Kevin Bratcher,[696] Regina Bunch,[696] John "Bam" Carney,[696]Jim DeCesare,[696] Jim DuPlessis,[696] Richard Heath,[696]Tom Kerr,[696] Brian Linder,[696] Donna Mayfield,[696] David Meade,[696] Michael Meredith,[696] Jerry T. Miller,[696] Tim Moore,[696] David Osborne,[696] Bart Rowland,[696] Sal Santoro,[696] James A. Tipton,[696] Addia Wuchner[696]
    Three Louisiana State Senators: Bodi White,[697] Mike Walsworth,[698] Ronnie Johns[698]
    Two Louisiana State Representatives: Steve Carter,[698]Kirk Talbot[698]
    Maine State Representative: Kenneth Fredette (Minority Leader)[699]
    Maryland State Delegate: Christian Miele[700]
    Three Massachusetts State Senators: Richard J. Ross,[654]Vinny deMacedo,[654] Ryan Fattman[654]
    Two Massachusetts State Representatives: Keiko Orrall,[654] Shawn Dooley[654]
    Three Michigan State Senators: Kenneth Horn,[701] Rick Jones,[702] Dale Zorn[702]
    Fourteen Michigan State Representatives: Joseph Graves,[701] Klint Kesto,[701] Kurt Heise,[701] Mike Callton,[701] Aric Nesbitt (Majority Leader),[702] Jeff Farrington,[702] Gail Haines (former),[702] Joseph Haveman(former),[702] Martin Howrylak,[702] Eileen Kowall(former),[702] Eric Leutheuser,[702] Peter Lucido,[702] Roger Victory,[702] Michael Webber[702]
    Three Minnesota State Representatives: Jeff Johnson(former),[703] Marty Seifert (former Minority Leader),[704]Steve Sviggum (former Speaker)[704]
    Missouri State Senator: Ron Richard (President)[705]
    Fourteen Missouri State Representatives: Todd Richardson(House Speaker),[706] Mike Cierpiot,[707] Dan Shaul,[708]Caleb Rowden,[708] Shamed Dogan,[708] Donna Lichtenegger,[708] Rebecca Roeber,[708] Lyndall Fraker,[708]Tony Dugger,[708] Jason Chipman,[708] Jay Barnes,[708]Justin Alferman,[708] Elijah Haahr,[708] Caleb Jones[708]
    Seven Nevada State Senators: Patricia Farley,[709] Ben Kieckhefer,[710] Warren Hardy (former).,[711] Michael Roberson (Senate Majority Leader),[712] Joe Hardy (Senate President Pro Tempore),[713] Scott Hammond (Co-Majority Whip),[714] Becky Harris[715]
    Nine Members of the Nevada Assembly: Erv Nelson,[716]Derek Armstrong,[717] Stephen Silberkraus,[718] Glenn E. Trowbridge,[719] David M. Gardner,[720] Paul Anderson(Majority Leader),[715] Patrick Hickey (former),[715] Randy Kirner,[715] Lynn D. Stewart[715]
    Four New Hampshire State Senators: Regina Birdsell,[721]Jim Luther (former),[722] Jim Rausch (former),[723] David Currier (former)[724]
    Ten New Hampshire State Representatives: Alec Koromilas (former),[160] Pamela Price (former Majority Whip),[725] Dennis Green,[725] Brian Chirichiello,[725] Chris Nevins (former),[726] Phyllis Woods (former),[705] Robert E. Introne, Jr.,[727] Bill Nelson,[727] John T. O'Connor,[727] Wes Shuler (former)[727]
    New Mexico State Representative: Monica Youngblood[728]
    New York State Senator: Phil Boyle[729]
    Six Members of the New York Assembly: Nicole Malliotakis,[730] Marc W. Butler,[729] Andrew Garbarino,[729]Chad A. Lupinacci,[729] L. Dean Murray,[729] Anthony Palumbo[729]
    Nine North Carolina State Representatives: Jason Saine,[731] Mike Hager (Majority Leader),[732] Paul Stam(Speaker Pro Tempore),[732] John R. Bell, IV (Majority Whip),[732] John R. Bradford III,[732] Rob Bryan,[732] Josh Dobson,[732] Pat McElraft,[732] Stephen M. Ross[732]
    Three North Carolina State Senators: Andrew C. Brock,[731]Jim Davis,[732] Jeff Tarte[732]
    Two North Dakota State Senators: Jonathan Casper,[705]Jessica K. Unruh[705]
    Eleven Oklahoma State Senators: David Holt,[733] Kim David,[734] Eddie Fields,[734] Jack Fry,[734] A.J. Griffin,[734]Wayne Shaw,[734] Jason Smalley,[734] Roger Thompson,[734] Frank Simpson,[735] Larry Boggs,[736] Ervin Yen,[736]
    Eight Oklahoma State Representatives: Josh Cockroft,[734]Randy Grau,[734] Katie Henke,[734] Terry O'Donnell,[734]Leslie Osborn,[734] Harold Wright,[734] Paul Wesselhoft,[735]Dan Kirby,[735]
    Oregon State Representative: Shawn Lindsay (former)[737]
    Two Pennsylvania State Senators: Ryan Aument,[738] Guy Reschenthaler[739]
    Five Pennsylvania State Representatives: Mike Turzai(Speaker of the House),[740] Jim Christiana,[741] Stan Saylor,[739] Jesse Topper,[739] Jeff Haste (former)[739]
    Three Rhode Island State Senators: Mark W. Gee,[742]Francis Maher, Jr. (former),[742] John Pagliarini[742]
    Four Rhode Island State Representatives: Brian Newberry(Minority Leader),[742] Antonio Giarrusso,[742] Robert Nardolillo,[742] Daniel P. Reilly[742]
    South Carolina State Senator: Larry Grooms[743]
    Three South Carolina State Representatives: Nathan Ballentine,[744] Neal Collins.,[745] Liston Barfield(former)[743]
    South Dakota State Senator: Bob Gray (former President pro tempore)[746]
    Five Tennessee State Representatives: Gerald McCormick(House Majority Leader),[747] Jeremy Faison,[747] Eddie Smith,[747] Dan Howell,[747] Ron Travis[747]
    Three Tennessee State Senators: Brian Kelsey,[747] Jack Johnson,[747] Becky Duncan Massey[747]
    Two Texas State Senators: Jon Lindsay (former),[748] Dan Shelley (former)[638]
    Ten Texas State Representatives: James Frank,[749] Larry Gonzales,[750] Jason Isaac,[748] Linda Harper-Brown(former),[750] Martha Wong (former),[750] Myra Crownover,[748] Peggy Hamric (former),[748] Jim Pitts(former),[638] Raul Torres (former),[638] Beverly Woolley(former)[638]
    Two Utah State Senators: Todd Weiler,[751] Jerry Stevenson[751]
    Nineteen Utah State Representatives: Greg Hughes(Speaker of the House),[639] Stephen Handy,[751] Becky Edwards,[751] Douglas Sagers,[751] Bradley Daw,[751] Brad Dee,[751] Mike McKell,[751] Paul Ray,[751] Bruce Cutler,[751]Robert Spendlove,[751] Keven Stratton,[751] V. Lowry Snow,[751] Lee Perry,[751] Steve Eliason,[751] Keith Grover,[751] Mike Schultz,[751] Jon Stanard,[751] Michael Noel[751]
    Virginia State Senator: Bryce Reeves[752]
    Eight Virginia State Delegates: Tim Hugo,[753] Kirk Cox(Majority Leader),[752] Kathy Byron,[752] Edward T. Scott,[752] Richard Anderson,[752] Jay Leftwich,[752] Michael Webert,[752] Jason Miyares (member-elect)[752]
    Washington State Representative: Drew C. MacEwen[754]
    Two West Virginia State Delegates: Danny Hamrick,[755]Daryl Cowles (Majority Leader)[756]
    Twenty Wisconsin State Representatives: Robin Vos(Speaker of the House),[757] Jim Steineke (Majority Leader),[757] Tyler August (Speaker Pro Tempore),[757]John Nygren (Co-Chairman of Joint Finance Committee),[757] Scott Allen,[757] John Jagler,[757] Adam Jarchow,[757] Joel Kitchens,[757] Scott Krug,[757] Mike Kuglitsch,[757] Bob Kulp,[757] John Macco,[757] Dave Murphy,[757] Mike Rohrkaste,[757] Ken Skowronski,[757]David Steffen,[757] Paul Tittl,[757] Travis Tranel,[757] Tyler Vorpagel,[757] Jessie Rodriguez.[758]
    Three Wisconsin State Senators: Leah Vukmir (Assistant Majority Leader),[759] Devin LeMahieu,[760] Van Wanggaard,[757]
    Wyoming State Representative: Tim Stubson[761]

    Mayors and other municipal leaders

    Kevin Faulconer, Mayor of San Diego[671]
    William Snyder, Martin County Sheriff[676]
    Tomas Regalado, Mayor of Miami[676]
    Bryan Wagner, former New Orleans City Councilmember[698]
    Ed Day, Rockland County Executive[729]
    Tom Fetzer, former Mayor of Raleigh[631]
    Orlando Sanchez, Harris County Treasurer[748]
    Bryan Wagner, former member of the New Orleans City Council[762]
    Bruce Woodbury, former Clark County Commissioner[763]
    Knox H. White, Mayor of Greenville[764]
    Kelly Downard, Louisville Metro Councilman[622]
    Lenny Curry, Mayor of Jacksonville[765]

    International Politicians

    Sivert Bjørnstad, Norwegian MP (Progress Party)[110]
    Jan Arild Ellingsen, Norwegian MP (Progress Party)[110]
    Bård Hoksrud, Norwegian MP (Progress Party)[110]
    Sveinung Stensland, Norwegian MP (Conservative Party)[110]
    Michael Tetzschner, Norwegian MP (Conservative Party)[110]
    Christian Tybring-Gjedde, Norwegian MP (Progress Party)[110]
    Erlend Wiborg, Norwegian MP (Progress Party)[110]

    Businesspeople

    Wayne Berman, donor and fundraiser[766][767]
    Norman Braman, former owner of the Philadelphia Eagles, billionaire[111][768][769]
    Rob Couhig, New Orleans businessman, lawyer, and former Republican candidate for mayor and the U.S. House of Representatives[762]
    Larry Ellison, co-founder and former CEO of Oracle Corporation[770]
    Jose 'Pepe' Fanjul, sugar industry[111]
    Paul Singer, businessman, investor, billionaire[771]
    Frank L. VanderSloot, entrepreneur, radio network owner, rancher[772]
    John Rakolta, CEO of Walbridge[773]
    Kenneth C. Griffin, founder and CEO of Citadel[774]
    Art Pope, philanthropist and businessman[775]
    Gary Shapiro, President and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association[776]
    Larry Nichols, chairman of Devon Energy[777]
    Rob Couhig, attorney, businessman, entrepreneur[698]
    Jim Host, businessman[622]

    Newspapers

    The Des Moines Register[778]
    Sioux City Journal[779]
    The Eagle-Tribune[780]
    Las Vegas Review-Journal[781]
    The Lowell Sun[782]

    Celebrities, commentators, and activists

    Rick Harrison, pawnbroker, Pawn Stars on History[783]
    Chris Bravacos, strategist and bundler [784]
    Babyface, singer-songwriter[115]
    Jenna Jameson, former pornographic actress[785]
    Mark Teixeira, Major League Baseball player for the New York Yankees[786]
    Johnny Van Zant, lead singer of Lynyrd Skynyrd[115]
    Anthony Ribustello, actor and Republican activist[729]
    Bob Asher, Pennsylvania member of Republican National Committee[738]
    Wayne Grudem, evangelical theologian, seminary professor, and author[787]
    John Stephen, 2010 NH GOP gubernatorial nominee[788]
    Michele Tafoya, sportscaster [789]
    David Thul, Iraq War veteran and Republican activist[704]
    Kurt Angle, professional wrestler[790]
    Gary M. Polland, attorney and former Harris County Republican Party Chairman[748]
    Joni Eareckson Tada, disabilities advocate, Christian author and founder of the global ministry Joni and Friends[791]
    Donnie Wahlberg, actor and member of New Kids on the Block '[792] (previously endorsed Carly Fiorina)[793]
    Abby Johnson, pro-life activist[794]

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