Endorsements in the 2016 Democratic Party presidential primaries

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This is a list of endorsements for declared candidates for the Democratic primaries for the 2016 United States presidential election.

Hillary Clinton (won primary)[edit]

Bernie Sanders (withdrawn)[edit]

Rocky De La Fuente (withdrawn)[edit]

List of Rocky De La Fuente endorsements
Activists

Martin O'Malley (withdrawn)[edit]

List of Martin O'Malley endorsements
Former Governors
Former U.S. Senators
U.S. Representatives

Current

Former

Statewide Officials

Current

Former

State legislators

Current

Former

Mayors and County Executives

Current

Former

Municipal officials

Current

Former

DNC members

Current

  • Yvette Lewis, MD[24]

Former

Celebrities
Individuals

Lawrence Lessig (withdrawn)[edit]

List of Lawrence Lessig endorsements

Note: Lessig suspended his campaign on November 2, 2015[28][29]

Internet, radio and television personalities
Individuals
Leaders in Business
Celebrities

Jim Webb (withdrawn)[edit]

List of Jim Webb endorsements

Note: Webb withdrew his candidacy for the Democratic nomination on October 20, 2015[46]

Individuals

References[edit]

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  30. ^ "Dylan Ratigan on Twitter: "400 families paying for this election. That is not a democracy. Take Lessig over the top. https://t.co/vwH0j5CF39 http://t.co/OMKs9F8alg"". Twitter.com. Retrieved 2015-10-26. External link in |title= (help)
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  40. ^ Cat Zakrzewski (August 21, 2015). "Silicon Valley Icon Wants to Hack His Way to the Presidency". Wall Street Journal.
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