Ted Cruz Endorsements

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Ted Cruz
Main article: Ted Cruz presidential campaign, 2016
Background: Ted Cruz (born in 1970) is a Texas U.S. Senator (2013–present). Born in Calgary, Canada, he was raised in Texas. He was a Texas lawyer (1997–98) before entering politics.

U.S. Governors (current and former)
Greg Abbott, Texas[183]
Phil Bryant, Mississippi[184]
Eddie Calvo, Guam[185]
Rick Perry, Texas (former); Presidential Candidate 2012, 2016[186]
U.S. Senators (current and former)
Mike Lee, Utah[187]
Bob Smith, New Hampshire (former); Presidential Candidate 2000[188]
U.S. Representatives (current and former)
Justin Amash, Representative from Michigan[189] (previously endorsed Rand Paul)[190]
Brian Babin, Representative from Texas[191]
Bob Barr, former Representative from Georgia; also Libertarian Nominee in 2008[192]
Jim Bridenstine, Representative from Oklahoma[193]
Mo Brooks, Representative from Alabama[194]
Paul Broun, former Representative from Georgia[195]
Ken Buck, Representative from Colorado[196]
Michael C. Burgess, Representative from Texas[197]
John Culberson, Representative from Texas[198]
David Davis, former Representative from Tennessee[199]
Jeff Duncan, Representative from South Carolina[200]
Trent Franks, Representative from Arizona[201]
Louie Gohmert, Representative from Texas[202]
Paul Gosar, Representative from Arizona[203]
Sam Graves, Representative from Missouri[204]
Glenn Grothman, Representative from Wisconsin[205]
Jody Hice, Representative from Georgia[206]
Tim Huelskamp, Representative from Kansas[207]
Sam Johnson, Representative from Texas[208]
Steve King, Representative from Iowa[209]
Jack Kingston, former Representative from Georgia[210]
Raúl Labrador, Representative from Idaho[211] (previously endorsed Rand Paul)[212]
Tom McClintock, Representative from California[213]
Mark Meadows, Representative from North Carolina[214]
Alex Mooney, Representative from West Virginia[215]
John Ratcliffe, Representative from Texas[201]
Dana Rohrabacher, Representative from California[216]
Jim Ryun, former Representative from Kansas[217]
Mark Sanford, Representative from South Carolina; also former Governor of South Carolina[218]
Tom Tancredo, former Representative from Colorado; also presidential candidate in 2008[219][220]
Ann Wagner, Representative from Missouri[221]
Randy Weber, Representative from Texas[222]
Roger Williams, Representative from Texas[223]
Republican National Committee members (current and former)
Ron Nehring, chair of CA GOP (2007–2011)[224]
Mike Schroeder, California Republican Party Chairman (1997–1999)[225]
Willis Lee, former Hawaii Republican Party Chairman[225]
Barry Peterson, former Chairman of the Idaho Republican Party[225]
Ellen Barrosse (DE), Melody Potter (WV), and Carolyn McLarty (OK), leaders of the Conservative Steering Committee of the Republican National Committee[226]
Norm Semanko, chair of ID GOP (2008–2012)[227]
Richard Cebra, chair of ME GOP (2012–2013)[225]
Saul Anuzis, chair of MI GOP (2005–2009)[228]
Jack Kimball, former Chairman of the New Hampshire Republican State Committee[229]
Tina Benkiser, chair of TX GOP (2003–2009)[230]
Morton Blackwell, Republican National Committeeman from Virginia[231]
Statewide officials
Mark Martin, Arkansas Secretary of State[232]
Ralph Hudgens, Georgia Insurance Commissioner[206]
Ron Crane, Idaho State Treasurer[227]
Matt Schultz, former Secretary of State of Iowa[233][234]
Patricia Dillon Cafferata, former Nevada State Treasurer[235]
Adam Laxalt, Nevada Attorney General[236]
Charlie Condon, former South Carolina Attorney General[237]
David J. Porter, Texas Railroad Commissioner[238]
Dan Patrick, Lieutenant Governor of Texas[239]
Ryan Sitton, Texas Railroad Commissioner[239]
George Strake, Jr., former Secretary of State of Texas[225]
Ken Cuccinelli, former Attorney General of Virginia and President of Senate Conservatives Fund[240]
State legislators
Alabama State Senator: Shay Shelnutt[241]
Nine Arizona State Representatives: Steve Montenegro (House Majority Leader),[242] David Livingston (House Majority Whip),[242] Bob Thorpe,[242] Vince Leach,[242] Mark Finchem,[242] Anthony Kern,[242] Jay Lawrence,[242] Noel W. Campbell,[242] Adam Kwasman (former)[242]
Four Arizona State Senators: Judy Burges,[242] Sylvia Allen,[242] Steve Smith,[242] Al Melvin (former)[242]
Fourteen Arkansas State Representatives: Bob Ballinger[243] Kim Hammer,[244] Donnie Copeland,[244] Bruce Cozart,[244] John Payton,[244] Brandt Smith,[244] Rick Beck,[244] Mary Bentley,[244] Justin Gonzales,[244] Stephen Meeks,[244] Michelle Gray,[244] Dan Sullivan,[244] Robin Lundstrum,[244] Jack Ladyman[244]
Five Arkansas State Senators: Peggy Jeffries (former),[243] Linda Collins-Smith,[244] Terry Rice,[244] Scott Flippo,[244] Gary Stubblefield[244]
Three Members of the California State Assembly: Matthew Harper,[245] Shannon Grove,[245] Ray Haynes (former)[245]
Florida State Representative: Neil Combee[246] Mike Hill (politician)[247] Larry Metz[248]
Seven Georgia State Senators: Mike Crane,[206] Marty Harbin,[206] William Ligon,[206] Josh McKoon,[206] Bill Jackson,[249] Bruce Thompson,[249] Clint Day (former)[249]
Eight Georgia State Representatives: Timothy Barr,[249] Emory Dunahoo,[249] Micah Gravley,[249] Sheri Gilligan,[249] Dustin Hightower,[249] Jeff Jones,[249] Jason Spencer,[249] Tony McBrayer (former)[249]
Hawaii State Senator: Sam Slom[250]
Hawaii State Representative: Bob McDermott[250]
Five Idaho State Senators: Steve Vick,[251] Bob Nonini,[251] Sheryl Nuxoll,[251] Mary Souza,[251] Jim Rice[251]
Fifteen Idaho State Representatives: Judy Boyle,[251] Terry Gestrin,[251] Sage Dixon,[251] Ronald M. Nate,[251] Joe Palmer,[251] Janet Trujillo,[251] Gayle Batt,[251] Steven Harris,[251] Ron Mendive,[251] Brent Crane,[251] Paul Shepherd,[251] Jason Monks,[251] Heather Scott,[251] Greg Chaney,[251] Lenore Barrett (former)[251]
Two Illinois State Senators: Tim Bivins,[252] Chapin Rose[252]
Six Iowa State Senators: Jake Chapman,[233][234] Dennis Guth,[234] Jason Schultz,[234] Bill Anderson,[253] Randy Feenstra,[254] Jerry Behn[255]
Six Iowa State Representatives: Greg Heartsill,[233][234] Steve Holt,[233][234] Larry Sheets,[233][234] Ralph Watts.,[233][234] Terry Baxter,[256] Sandy Salmon[257]
Three Kansas State Senators: Tom Arpke,[258] Mary Pilcher-Cook,[258] Steve Fitzgerald[258]
Fourteen Kansas State Representatives: Mark Kahrs,[259] Amanda Grosserode,[258] William Sutton,[258] Brett Hildabrand,[258] Blake Carpenter,[258] Craig McPherson,[258] Dennis Hedke,[258] J. R. Claeys,[258] John Rubin,[258] Kasha Kelley,[258] Randy Garber,[258] Randy Powell,[258] Mike Kiegerl,[258] Steve Huebert,[258] Tony Barton[258]
Former Louisiana State Senator: Elbert Guillory[260]
Four Maine State Senators: Garrett Mason (Majority Leader),[261] Paul Davis,[261] David Burns,[261] James Hamper[261]
Fourteen Maine State Representatives: MaryAnne Kinney,[261] Kathleen Dillingham,[261] Jeffrey Timberlake,[261] Dale Crafts,[261] Ricky Long,[261] Kevin Battle,[261] Michael McClellan,[261] Russell Black,[261] Jeffrey Hanley,[261] Richard Campbell,[261] Peter Lyford,[261] Stacey Guerin,[261] Joel Stetkis,[261] Jonathan Kinney[261]
Massachusetts State Representative: James J. Lyons, Jr.[262]
Two Michigan State Senators: Patrick Colbeck,[263] Bruce Patterson[264]
Six Michigan State Representatives: Ray Franz,[265] Lana Theis,[264] Joel Johnson,[264] Gary Glenn,[264] Thomas Hooker,[264] Fulton Sheen (former)[264]
Three Minnesota State Senators: Roger Chamberlain,[266] Paul Gazelka,[266] Al DeKruif (former)[266]
Ten Minnesota State Representatives: Steve Drazkowski,[267] Cindy Pugh,[267] Glenn Gruenhagen,[268] Dave Hancock,[268] Josh Heintzeman,[268] Jerry Hertaus,[268] Tim Miller,[268] Jim Newberger,[268] Kathy Lohmer,[266] Steve Green
Two Mississippi State Senators: Chris McDaniel,[269] Melanie Sojourner (former)[269]
Six Missouri State Senators: Dr. Bob Onder,[270] Eric Schmitt,[271] Jim Lembke (former),[270] Delbert Scott (former),[270] Brad Lager (former),[270] Chuck Purgason (former)[270]
Nine Missouri State Representatives: Carl Bearden (former Speaker pro Tempore),[270] Eric Burlison,[270] John McCaherty,[270] Bill White,[270] Rob Vescovo,[270] Rick Brattin,[270] Charlie Davis,[270] Doug Funderburk (former),[270] Bryan Stevenson (former)[270]
Six Members of the Nevada Assembly: Victoria Seaman,[272] Michele Fiore,[272] John Moore,[272] Victoria Dooling,[273] Ira Hansen,[273] Jim Wheeler (Assembly Majority Whip)[274]
Two New Hampshire State Senators: Dave Wheeler (1992–1998, also rep 1988–1992),[188] Fenton Groen (former),[275]
Thirty-seven New Hampshire State Representatives: Duane Brown,[188][276] Carol Bush,[188] Jane Cormier (former),[188] Sue DeLemus,[188] Jeff Harris,[188] Eric Johnson,[188] Josh Moore,[188] Jeanine Notter,[188] Bill O’Brien (Speaker[188] 2010–2012),[277] Greg Salts (former),[188] David Scott (former),[188] Ken Sheffert (former),[188] James Spillane,[188] Len Turcotte.,[188] Warren Groen,[275] Rick Christie,[275] Allen Cook,[275] Guy Comtois,[275] Bill Kuch,[275] Walter Koloziej,[275] Patrick Bick,[275] Carol Vita (former),[275] Lucien Vita (former),[275] Colette Worsman (former),[275] Harry Accornero (former),[275] Richard Gordon,[278] Timothy Twombly,[278] Fran Wendelboe (former),[229] Katherine Prudhomme-O’Brien,[229] Will Smith (former),[229] Max Abramson,[279] Eric Eastman,[279] Harold French,[279] Larry Gagne,[279] J. R. Hoell,[279] Mark McLean[279]
New Jersey Assemblyman: Michael Patrick Carroll[280]
North Carolina State Representative: Rayne Brown[281]
Three Oklahoma State Senators: Brian Bingman (President pro tempore),[282] Gary Stanislawski,[282] Anthony Sykes[282]
Nine Oklahoma State Representatives: David Brumbaugh,[282] David Derby,[282] Dan Fisher,[282] Mark Lepak,[282] Mark McCullough,[282] Michael Rogers,[282] Chuck Strohm,[282] Ken Walker,[282] Justin Wood[282]
South Carolina State Senator: Lee Bright.[283][284]
Two South Carolina State Representatives: Bill Chumley,[283][284] Wendy Nanney[285]
Five Tennessee State Senators: Janice Bowling,[199] Mark Green,[199] Joey Hensley,[199] Frank S. Niceley,[199] Jim Tracy[199]
Eighteen Tennessee State Representative: Joe Carr (former),[286] Judd Matheny (former House Speaker Pro-Tempore),[230] Sheila Butt (House Majority Floor Leader),[230] Kelly Keisling,[230] Mike Sparks,[230] Courtney Rogers,[230] James Van Huss,[230] Jerry Sexton,[230] Jay Reedy,[230] Jason Zachary,[230] Tilman Goins,[199] Ron Lollar,[199] Billy Spivey,[199] Rick Womick[199]
Five Texas State Senators: Brian Birdwell,[287] Konni Burton,[287] Brandon Creighton,[287] Lois Kolkhorst,[287] Bob Hall[287]
Thirty-nine Texas State Representatives: Cecil Bell Jr.,[287] DeWayne Burns,[287] Gary Elkins,[287] Pat Fallon,[287] Allen Fletcher,[287] Dan Flynn,[287] John Frullo,[287] Dan Huberty,[287] Bryan Hughes,[287] Mark Keough,[287] Stephanie Klick,[287] Matt Krause,[287] Brooks Landgraf,[287] Jodie Laubenberg,[287] Jeff Leach,[287] Ken Mercer (former),[288] Will Metcalf,[287] Doug Miller,[287] Rick Miller,[287] Jim Murphy,[287] Andrew Murr,[287] Larry Phillips,[287] John Raney,[287] Debbie Riddle,[287] Matt Rinaldi,[287] Matt Schaefer,[287] Mike Schofield,[287] Matt Shaheen,[287] Wayne Smith,[287] Stuart Spitzer,[287] Tony Tinderholt,[287] Scott Turner,[287] Molly White,[287] John Wray,[287] Bill Zedler,[287] John Zerwas,[287] Paul Pressler (former)[289]
Four Utah State Representatives: Christopher Herrod (former),[290] Curtis Oda,[290] Ken Sumsion (former),[290] Matt Throckmorton (former)[290]
Two Virginia State Senators: Bill Stanley,[291] Dick Black[292]
Two Virginia State Delegates: Mark Berg,[292] Brenda Pogge[292]
Two Washington State Representatives: Graham Hunt,[293] Jesse Young[293]
Wisconsin State Senator: Duey Stroebel[294]
Six Wisconsin State Representatives: David Craig,[294] Bob Gannon,[294] Andre Jacque,[294] Jesse Kremer,[294] Dean Knudson,[294] Adam Neylon[294]
Three Wyoming State Senators: Curt Meier,[295] Larry S. Hicks,[295] Kit Jennings (former)[295]
Ten Wyoming State Representatives: Edward Buchanan (former Speaker),[295] Mark Baker,[295] Scott Clem,[295] Harlan Edmonds,[295] Mark Jennings,[295] David Miller,[295] Tom Reeder,[295] Nathan Winters,[296] Amy Edmonds,[295] Mark Semlek,[295] Matt Teeters[295]
Mayors and other municipal leaders
Steve Lonegan, former Mayor of Bogota, New Jersey[297]
International Politicians
Cory Bernardi, Australian Senator (Liberal Party)[298]
Kenneth Svendsen, Norwegian MP (Progress Party)[299]
Oskar Jarle Grimstad, Norwegian MP (Progress Party)[299]
Trevor Loudon, (ACT New Zealand) New Zealand-born anti-communist commentator[300]
Business people
Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric[301] (also author/speaker)
Dan and Farris Wilks, founders of Wilks Masonry[302]
Kelcy Warren, chairman and chief executive officer of Energy Transfer Partners[239]
Charles Foster (attorney), chairman of Foster LLP[303]
Darwin Deason, founder of Affiliated Computer Services[239]
Scott Banister, libertarian activist and former Rand Paul supporter[304]
Robert Mercer, hedge funds[305]
Toby Neugebauer, shale and fracking private equity [305]
Richard Uihlein, manufacturing[306]
Carly Fiorina , 2016 presidential candidate and former CEO of Hewlett Packard[307]
Celebrities, commentators, and activists
Arizona: Len Munsil, president of Arizona Christian University[308]
Arkansas: Twila Paris, musician[309]
California: Adam Baldwin, actor[310]
California: Adam Carolla, radio and television host[311]
California: Paul Chappell (College President and Pastor)[312]
California: Clint Howard, actor[313]
California: John C. Eastman, law professor and constitutional law scholar[245]
California: Ben Shapiro, editor-at-large of Daily Wire[314]
California: Thomas Sowell, economist, Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University[315]
California: James Woods, actor and conservative activist[316]
Colorado: James Dobson, founder of Focus on the Family[317]
Florida: Steven Bauer, actor[318]
Georgia: Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder and national coordinator of Tea Party Patriots[319]
Georgia: Erick Erickson, columnist and radio host[320]
Hawaii: Jason Jones (activist/filmmaker), film-maker[321]
Idaho: Douglas Wilson, pastor[322]
Illinois: Jonathan Hoenig, founding member of the Capitalist Pig Hedge Fund[323]
Iowa: Jeff Roe (campaign manager for Ted Cruz’s 2016 presidential campaign)[324]
Iowa Bob Vander Plaats, president of the Family Leader[325]
Kansas Troy Newman, pro-life activist[326]
Kansas: R. Lee Ermey, actor[327] and former marine
Louisiana: Phil Robertson, hunter, businessman, and reality TV star of Duck Dynasty[328]
Louisiana: C.L. Bryant, conservative African-American radio talk show host, pastor Shreveport, Louisiana[329]
Kentucky: Dakota Meyer, marine sergeant, Medal of Honor recipient[330]
Michigan: Debbie Schlussel, talk radio host and political commentator[331]
Missouri: Mike Bickle, evangelical leader[332][333]
New Jersey: William R. Forstchen, historian and author[281]
New York: Andrew C. McCarthy, columnist and national security expert[334]
New York: Gavin McInnes, writer, creative director, actor, comedian, and co-founder of Vice Media.[335]
New York: Pamela Geller (activist)[336][337]
New York: Debra Burlingame activist [338]
North Carolina: The Benham Brothers, Former MLB Players and TV Hosts
North Carolina: Don Brown (author), former U.S.Navy JAG officer, bestselling author of the Navy Justice Series & author of Call Sign Extortion 17: The Shoot-Down of SEAL Team Six
North Carolina: Michael L. Brown, conservative activist, columnist, and radio host[339]
Pennsylvania: Jeff Lord, columnist, former member of Ronald Reagan administration[340]
South Carolina: Bob Jones III, 3rd president of Bob Jones University[341]
Tennessee: Steve Gill, conservative talk radio host[230]
Tennessee: Michael Tait, lead singer of Newsboys[342]
Tennessee: Arthur Laffer, economist for Reagan administration[343]
Tennessee: Andrew C. McCarthy, columnist for National Review[344]
Tennessee: Ben Ferguson, conservative political commentator[345]
Texas: Robin Armstrong, former Vice Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas[260]
Texas: Dana Loesch, Radio host[346]
Texas: Mica Mosbacher, author, philanthropist[347]
Texas: Marcus Luttrell, former Navy Seal, actor and former Rick Perry supporter[348]
Texas: Taya Kyle, widow of Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle and former Rick Perry supporter[348]
Texas: Gary Clarke, actor[349]
Texas: Glenn Beck, conservative/libertarian activist, columnist, founder of 9-12 Project[350]
Texas: de:Carol Everett, pro-life activist, president of The Heidi Group[351]
Vermont: David Mamet, writer-director, playwright[318]
Virginia: Cynthia Dunbar,[291]
Virginia: Mark Levin, Radio host [352]
Virginia: Richard Viguerie, chairman of ConservativeHQ.com[353]
Virginia: Virginia Thomas, attorney and founder of Liberty Consulting[354]
Virginia: E. W. Jackson, 2013 Republican nominee for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia[355]
Utah: Gayle Ruzicka, State leader Utah [Eagle Forum]
Washington: Keli Carender, initial activist for Tea Party movement[356]
Washington, DC: William G. Boykin, former Lieutenant General[357]
Washington, DC: Virginia Thomas, founder of Liberty Consulting[358]
Washington, DC: Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council and Republican former member of the Louisiana House of Representatives[359]
Washington, DC: Sandy Rios, Director of Governmental Affairs for American Family Association [360]
Washington, DC: Gary Bauer, conservative activist; unsuccessful presidential candidate, 2000[361]
Washington, DC: Jerry A. Johnson, president of National Religious Broadcasters[362]
Washington, DC: Robert B. Charles, former Assistant Secretary of State[363]
Washington, DC: Joseph Farah, editor-in-chief of WorldNetDaily[364]
Washington, DC: L. Brent Bozell III, conservative activist, columnist, president, Media Research Center[365]
Organizations
Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund[319]
Georgia Right to Life[366]
Gun Owners of America[367]
National Federation of Republican Assemblies[368]
Texans for Fiscal Responsibility[369]
Texas Patriots PAC[370]
Young Conservatives of Texas[371]
American Conservative Party (United States)[372]
National Organization for Marriage[373]
California Republican Assembly [374]
Magazines and Newspapers
National Review, Conservative magazine[375]
Investor’s Business Daily (editorial), weekday newspaper[376]
The Wall Street Journal (opinion/commentary), daily newspaper[377]

Longer list than Donald Trump’s. Just saying.

~tannngl

 

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