Endorsers

 

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By the Numbers

 

Please note that endorser counts may change with new developments and ongoing fact-checking.

 

Federal Officials – 232

State Officials – 1630

 

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Federal Officials

 

President Barack Obama | Vice President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. | Senators | Representatives | Former Members of Congress

 

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Senators

 

41

 

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Representatives

 

137

 

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Former Members of Congress

 

52

 

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State Officials

 

Public Officials from States in Favor | Public Officials from States Not Yet Supporting, and from DC and US Territories

 

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Public Officials from States in Favor

 

CA | CO | CT | DE | HI | IL | ME | MD | MA | MT | NJ | NM | OR | RI | VT | WV

 

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California

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 20

Assembly Members – 37

 

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Colorado

 

Executive Branch

Senators

Representatives

 

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Connecticut

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 13

Representatives – 54

 

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Delaware

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 11

Representatives – 20

 

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Hawaii

 

Executive Branch – 1

Senators – 18

Representatives – 42

 

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Illinois

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 40

Representatives – 72

 

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Maine

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 19

Representatives – 63

 

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Maryland

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 28

Delegates – 43

 

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Massachusetts

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 34

Representatives – 112

 

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Montana

 

Executive Branch – 1

Senators – 24

Representatives – 33

 

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New Jersey

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 7

Assembly Members – 38

 

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New Mexico

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 13

Representatives – 17

 

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Oregon

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 19

Representatives – 35

 

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Rhode Island

 

Executive Branch – 1

Senators – 27

Representatives – 41

 

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Vermont

 

Executive Branch – 2

Senators – 20

Representatives – 66

 

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West Virginia

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 12

Delegates – 34

 

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Public Officials from States Not Yet Supporting, and from DC and US Territories

 

AL | AK | AS | AZ | AR | DC | FL | GA | GU | ID | IN | IA | KS | KY | LA | MI | MN | MS | MO | NE | NV | NH | NY | NC | ND | MP | OH | OK | PA | PR | SC | SD | TN | TX | UT | VI | VA | WA | WI | WY

 

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Alabama

 

Executive Branch

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Alaska

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 8

Representatives – 12

 

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American Samoa

 

Territorial

 

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Arizona

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 13

Representatives – 24

 

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Arkansas

 

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District of Columbia

 

District

 

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Florida

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 2

Representatives – 2

 

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Georgia

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 13

Representatives – 7

 

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Guam

 

Territorial

 

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Idaho

 

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Indiana

 

Executive Branch

Senators

Representatives – 1

 

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Iowa

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 8

Representatives

 

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Kansas

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 8

Representatives

 

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Kentucky

 

Executive Branch – 1

Senators – 1

Representatives – 2

 

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Louisiana

 

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Michigan

 

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Minnesota

 

Executive Branch

Senators

Representatives – 1

 

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Mississippi

 

Executive Branch – 1

Senators

Representatives – 3

 

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Missouri

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 2

Representatives – 7

 

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Nebraska

 

Executive Branch

Senators

 

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Nevada

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 9

Assembly Members – 5

 

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New Hampshire

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 12

Representatives – 184

 

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New York

 

Executive Branch – 1

Senators – 25

Assembly Members – 74

 

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North Carolina

 

Executive Branch – 1

Senators – 4

Representatives – 27

 

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North Dakota

 

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Northern Mariana Islands

 

Territorial

 

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Ohio

 

Executive Branch

Senators

Representatives – 7

 

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Oklahoma

 

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Representatives

 

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Pennsylvania

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 6

Representatives – 15

 

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Puerto Rico

 

Territorial

 

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South Carolina

 

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South Dakota

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 4

Representatives – 5

 

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Tennessee

 

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Texas

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 3

Representatives – 2

 

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Utah

 

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Virgin Islands

 

Territorial

 

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Virginia

 

Executive Branch

Senators

Delegates

 

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Washington

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 22

Representatives – 48

 

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Wisconsin

 

Executive Branch

Senators – 12

Representatives – 31

 

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Wyoming

 

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Representatives

 

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Notes

 

* Senator Leahy is an outspoken supporter of amending the Constitution in order to restore the democratic promise of America, including the Democracy for All Amendment.

 

** Representatives Cooper, DeSaulnier, Loebsack, and McNerney support amending the Constitution in order to restore the democratic promise of America, but they have yet to cosponsor the Democracy for All Amendment.

 

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