Newspaper endorsements in the 2016 United States presidential election

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Various notable newspapers made endorsements of candidates in the 2016 United States presidential election, as follows. Tables below also show which candidate each publication endorsed in the 2012 United States presidential election (where known) and include only endorsements for the general election. Primary endorsements are separately listed - see Newspaper endorsements in the United States presidential primaries, 2016.

Media journalist Jim Rutenberg wrote in early October 2016 that endorsements in the 2016 presidential election were distinguished by "blunt condemnation" of the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and by a "save the Republic" tone.[1]

Trump received endorsements from only 20 daily newspapers and six weekly newspapers nationwide, of which only two, the Las Vegas Review-Journal and the (Jacksonville) Florida Times-Union, had circulations of above 100,000.[2] The small number of endorsements received by Trump was unprecedented in American history for a candidate from a major party.[3][4][5]

Among the United States' 100 largest newspapers by paid circulation, 57 endorsed Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton,[6] while only two, the Las Vegas Review-Journal and the Florida Times-Union, endorsed Trump. Four (the Chicago Tribune, the Detroit News, the Richmond Times-Dispatch, and the Charleston (South Carolina) Post and Courier) endorsed Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson,[7] while three other newspapers (USA Today, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel) specifically discouraged their readers from voting for Trump.

Clinton won support from not only traditionally Democratic-leaning newspapers, but also traditionally non-political and conservative newspapers,[1][2] including those that had "...either never before supported a Democrat or had not in many decades ... or had never endorsed any presidential candidate, like USA Today."[1] Many newspapers that endorsed Clinton encouraged readers to vote for her primarily, if not solely, to prevent Trump from being elected president. That a handful of newspapers endorsed third party candidates, including independent candidate Evan McMullin as well as Johnson, broke from the usual practice of newspaper editorial boards endorsing only a candidate from one of the two major parties.[2][8]

Summary of newspaper and magazine endorsements in the 2016 United States presidential election

Candidate Daily Weekly Magazines College International Total
Hillary Clinton 243 148 15 77 17 500
No endorsement 64 13 0 5 0 82
Not Donald Trump 8 2 4 12 4 30
Donald Trump 20 6 0 0 2 28
Gary Johnson 9 0 0 0 0 9
Split endorsement 2 0 0 0 0 2
Evan McMullin 1 0 0 0 0 1
Not Hillary Clinton 1 0 0 0 0 1

Daily newspapers[edit]

Summary of daily newspapers[edit]

Candidate Endorsements Breakdown by 2012 endorsement
Hillary Clinton 243 99 Barack Obama; 47 Mitt Romney; 19 no endorsement; 1 split endorsement; 76 undetermined
No endorsement 64 38 Mitt Romney; 2 Barack Obama; 2 no endorsement; 11 undetermined
Donald Trump 20 14 Mitt Romney; 6 undetermined
Gary Johnson 9 2 Barack Obama; 5 Mitt Romney; 2 undetermined
Not Donald Trump 8 2 Mitt Romney; 1 Barack Obama; 4 no endorsement; 1 undetermined
Split endorsement 2 2 split endorsement
Evan McMullin 1 1 undetermined
Not Hillary Clinton 1 1 undetermined

Endorsements by daily newspapers[edit]

Weekly newspapers[edit]

This list includes newspapers that publish three or fewer times per week.

Summary of weekly newspapers[edit]

Candidate Endorsements Breakdown by 2012 endorsement
Hillary Clinton 148 46 Barack Obama; 1 Mitt Romney; 3 no endorsement; 1 Jill Stein; 97 undetermined
Donald Trump 6 3 Mitt Romney; 3 undetermined
Not Donald Trump 2 2 undetermined
No endorsement 13 9 Mitt Romney; 3 undetermined; 1 no endorsement

Endorsements by weekly newspapers[edit]

Newspaper 2016 endorsement Largest reported circulation Endorsement date City State 2012 endorsement Notes
Dallas Voice[9] Hillary Clinton 13,474[10] September 16 Dallas Texas No endorsement[11] [a]
The Martha's Vineyard Times[12] Hillary Clinton 14,000[13] September 28 Vineyard Haven Massachusetts Mitt Romney[14]
South Florida Gay News[15] Hillary Clinton 10,000[16] September 28 Wilton Manors Florida Barack Obama[17]
Athens News[18] Hillary Clinton 14,187[19] September 29 Athens Ohio Barack Obama[20] [b]
Falls Church News-Press[21] Hillary Clinton 9,900[22] September 29 Falls Church Virginia Barack Obama[23]
The Patriot-News[24] Hillary Clinton 89,884[25] October 6 Harrisburg Pennsylvania Barack Obama[26] [c]
Santa Barbara Independent[27] Hillary Clinton 39,234[28] October 6 Santa Barbara California Barack Obama[29]
La Gaceta[30] Hillary Clinton 18,000[31] October 8 Tampa Florida [d]
The Sentinel Echo[32] Hillary Clinton 7,501[25] October 10 London Kentucky [e]
The Morehead News[33] Hillary Clinton 5,270[34] October 10 Morehead Kentucky [f]
Derry News[35] Hillary Clinton 7,000[36] October 10 Derry New Hampshire [g]
East Bay Express[37] Hillary Clinton 40,000[38] October 11 Berkeley California Barack Obama[39]
The Jewish Week[40] Hillary Clinton 45,548[41] October 11 New York City New York [h]
The Zionsville Times-Sentinel[42] Hillary Clinton 3,914[34] October 11 Zionsville Indiana [g]
Qué Pasa[43] Hillary Clinton 52,411[44] October 11 Winston-Salem, Raleigh, Charlotte North Carolina
The Capital Times[45] Hillary Clinton 91,043[25] October 12 Madison Wisconsin Barack Obama[46]
Suwannee Democrat[47] Not Donald Trump 4,644[34] October 12 Live Oak Florida [i]
Willamette Week[48] Hillary Clinton 70,000[49] October 12 Portland Oregon Barack Obama[50]
The Madison / St. Clair Record[51] Hillary Clinton 4,132[25] October 12 Edwardsville Illinois
Washington Blade[52] Hillary Clinton 33,874 October 12 Washington District of Columbia
Philadelphia Gay News[52] Hillary Clinton 25,000[53] October 12 Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Windy City Times[52] Hillary Clinton 10,000[54] October 12 Chicago Illinois [j]
Between the Lines[52] Hillary Clinton 20,000[55] October 12 Livonia Michigan
Bay Windows[52] Hillary Clinton 20,000[56] October 12 Boston Massachusetts Barack Obama[57]
Gay City News[52] Hillary Clinton 34,785[41] October 12 New York City New York
Watermark[52] Hillary Clinton 20,000[58] October 12 Orlando Florida
The Pride L.A.[52] Hillary Clinton 20,000[59] October 12 Los Angeles California
The Georgia Voice[52] Hillary Clinton 10,000[60] October 12 Atlanta Georgia [k]
Bay Area Reporter[52] Hillary Clinton 26,830[61] October 12 San Francisco California Barack Obama[62]
San Diego CityBeat[63] Hillary Clinton 44,000[64] October 12 San Diego California Barack Obama[65]
The Argonaut[66] Hillary Clinton 30,000[67] October 12 Marina del Rey California
The Suffolk Times[68] Hillary Clinton 17,038[69] October 12 Mattituck New York Barack Obama[70] [l]
Boulder Weekly[71] Hillary Clinton 25,000[72] October 13 Boulder Colorado Barack Obama[73]
The Taos News[74] Hillary Clinton 8,846[75] October 13 Taos New Mexico Barack Obama[76]
Monterey County Weekly[77] Hillary Clinton 36,000[78] October 13 Monterey County California
El Observador[79] Hillary Clinton 35,000[80] October 14 San Jose California Barack Obama[81]
Rockwall Herald-Banner[82] Hillary Clinton 14,240[83] October 14 Rockwall Texas [m]
Aurora Sentinel[84] Hillary Clinton 34,000[85] October 16 Aurora Colorado Barack Obama[86]
The Journal[87] Hillary Clinton 7,000[88] October 17 Cortez Colorado Barack Obama[89] [n]
The Stranger[90] Hillary Clinton 52,503[91] October 18 Seattle Washington Barack Obama[92]
Colorado Springs Independent[93] Hillary Clinton 36,000[94] October 19 Colorado Springs Colorado Barack Obama
Indy Week[95] Hillary Clinton 32,000[96] October 19 Durham North Carolina Barack Obama[97]
Batesville Herald-Tribune[98] Hillary Clinton 2,274[25] October 19 Batesville Indiana
The Portland Mercury[99] Hillary Clinton 45,000[100] October 19 Portland Oregon
Jewish Ledger[101] Hillary Clinton 15,000[102] October 19 West Hartford Connecticut [o]
Royse City Herald-Banner[103] Hillary Clinton 8,000[104] October 19 Royse City Texas [m]
The Charlotte Post[105] Hillary Clinton 22,305[106] October 19 Charlotte North Carolina Barack Obama[107]
The Washington Informer[108] Hillary Clinton 15,000[109] October 19 Washington District of Columbia
Chico News & Review[110] Hillary Clinton 38,180[111] October 20 Chico California Barack Obama[112]
Eugene Weekly[113] Hillary Clinton 35,435[114] October 20 Eugene Oregon Barack Obama[115]
The Skanner[116] Hillary Clinton 10,500[117] October 20 Portland Oregon Barack Obama[118]
La Raza[119] Hillary Clinton 153,620[120] October 20 Chicago Illinois
Connecticut Law Tribune[121] Not Donald Trump 1,885[122] October 20 Hartford Connecticut
The Austin Chronicle[123] Hillary Clinton 77,980[124] October 21 Austin Texas Barack Obama[125]
Wisconsin Gazette[126] Hillary Clinton 28,000[127] October 21 Milwaukee Wisconsin [p]
Q-Notes[128] Hillary Clinton 11,000 October 21 Charlotte North Carolina
Philadelphia Tribune[129] Hillary Clinton 15,138[130] October 21 Philadelphia Pennsylvania
San Francisco Bay Times[131] Hillary Clinton 25,000[132] October 22 San Francisco California
Richmond Free Press[133] Hillary Clinton 32,005[134] October 22 Richmond Virginia
Williamson County Sun[135] Hillary Clinton 9,052[136] October 23 Georgetown Texas [q]
Woodbury Bulletin[137] No endorsement 7,811[138] October 23 Woodbury Minnesota Mitt Romney[86]
Ahora Latino Journal[139] Hillary Clinton 6,000[140] October 23 Reno Nevada
South Washington County Bulletin[141] No endorsement 8,616[142] October 24 Cottage Grove Minnesota Mitt Romney[143] [r]
Farmington Independent[144] No endorsement 2,000[145] October 25 Farmington Minnesota Mitt Romney[143] [r]
Michigan Chronicle[147] Hillary Clinton 20,617[148] October 25 Detroit Michigan
The St. Louis American[149] Hillary Clinton 70,000[150] October 25 St. Louis Missouri Barack Obama[151]
The Courier-Gazette[152] Hillary Clinton 7,431[153] October 25 Rockland Maine [s]
The Chicago Defender[154] Hillary Clinton 10,811[155] October 26 Chicago Illinois [t]
The Providence American[156] Hillary Clinton 11,000[157] October 26 Providence Rhode Island [u]
Osakis Review[158] No endorsement 1,328[159] October 26 Osakis Minnesota Mitt Romney[143] [r]
Alexandria Echo Press[160] No endorsement 9,763[161] October 26 Alexandria Minnesota Mitt Romney[143] [r]
Park Rapids Enterprise[162] No endorsement 3,508[163] October 26 Park Rapids Minnesota Mitt Romney[143] [v]
The Georgetowner[164] Hillary Clinton 40,000[165] October 26 Washington District of Columbia
Baltimore Afro-American[166] Hillary Clinton 12,500[167] October 26 Baltimore Maryland Barack Obama[168]
Maui Time[169] Hillary Clinton 18,000[170] October 26 Wailuku Hawaii Jill Stein[171]
Gary Crusader[172] Hillary Clinton 39,000[173] October 27 Gary Indiana
New York Amsterdam News[174] Hillary Clinton 11,229[41] October 27 New York City New York
The Detroit Jewish News[175] Hillary Clinton 16,000[176] October 27 Detroit Michigan [w]
Queens Chronicle[177] Hillary Clinton 160,000[178] October 27 New York City New York Barack Obama
The Ann Arbor News[179] Hillary Clinton 33,231[180] October 27 Ann Arbor Michigan Barack Obama[181] [x]
The Bay City Times[179] Hillary Clinton 26,567[182] October 27 Ann Arbor Michigan Barack Obama[143] [y]
The Weston Forum[183] Hillary Clinton 4,100[184] October 27 Weston Connecticut
The Saginaw News[179] Hillary Clinton 28,489[185] October 27 Saginaw Michigan Barack Obama[143] [y]
The Atlanta Jewish Times[186] No endorsement 55,000[187] October 27 Atlanta Georgia
The Enterprise-Tocsin[188] No endorsement 3,872[189] October 27 Indianola Mississippi
News & Review[190] Hillary Clinton 38,180[191] October 27 Sacramento California Barack Obama[192]
The Aegis[193] No endorsement 15,318[194] October 28 Bel Air Maryland Mitt Romney[193] [z]
The Arab American News[195] No endorsement 35,000[196] October 28 Detroit Michigan [aa]
The Cincinnati Herald[197] Hillary Clinton 16,000[198] October 28 Cincinnati Ohio Barack Obama[199]
The Virginia Gazette[200] Hillary Clinton 14,884[22] October 29 Williamsburg Virginia
Wadena Pioneer Journal[162][201] No endorsement 3,124[202] October 29 Wadena Minnesota Mitt Romney[143] [v]
The Wellesley Townsman[203] Hillary Clinton 4,665[204] October 29 Needham Massachusetts [ab]
Hamilton Chronicle[205] Hillary Clinton 1,482[204] October 29 Danvers Massachusetts [ab]
Wilmington Advocate[206] Hillary Clinton 1,886[204] October 30 Concord Massachusetts [ab]
Abington Mariner[207] Hillary Clinton 1,506[204] October 30 Marshfield Massachusetts [ab]
Arlington Advocate[208] Hillary Clinton 4,338[204] October 30 Lexington Massachusetts [ab]
Weymouth News[209] Hillary Clinton 2,836[204] October 30 Randolph Massachusetts [ab]
Brookline Tab[210] Hillary Clinton 13,733[204] October 30 Brookline Massachusetts [ab]
Georgetown Record[211] Hillary Clinton 1,089[204] October 30 Danvers Massachusetts [ab]
Melrose Free Press[212] Hillary Clinton 2,311[204] October 30 Beverly Massachusetts [ab]
Holbrook Sun[213] Hillary Clinton 841[204] October 30 Randolph Massachusetts [ab]
Dover-Sherborn Press[214] Hillary Clinton 745[204] October 30 Needham Massachusetts [ab]
The Hingham Journal[215] Hillary Clinton 4,349[204] October 30 Hingham Massachusetts [ab]
Marlborough Enterprise[216] Hillary Clinton 2,507[204] October 30 Framingham Massachusetts [ab]
Allston/Brighton Tab[217] Hillary Clinton 448[204] October 30 Needham Massachusetts [ab]
Sandwich Broadsider[218] Hillary Clinton 2,332[204] October 30 Yarmouth Port Massachusetts [ab]
Lakeville Call[219] Hillary Clinton 351[220] October 30 Lakeville Massachusetts [ab]
Cohasset Mariner[221] Hillary Clinton 1,725[204] October 30 Hingham Massachusetts [ab]
Lexington Minuteman[222] Hillary Clinton 4,328[204] October 30 Hingham Massachusetts [ab]
Old Colony Memorial[223] Hillary Clinton 6,978[204] October 30 Plymouth Massachusetts [ab]
Danvers Herald[224] Hillary Clinton 2,347[204] October 30 Danvers Massachusetts [ab]
Canton Journal[225] Hillary Clinton 1,262[204] October 30 Raynham Massachusetts [ab]
Concord Journal[226] Hillary Clinton 3,971[204] October 30 Concord Massachusetts [ab]
Watertown Tab[227] Hillary Clinton 2,184[204] October 30 Needham Massachusetts [ab]
Milford Beacon[228] Hillary Clinton 3,222[204] October 30 Concord Massachusetts [ab]
Braintree Forum[229] Hillary Clinton 2,507[204] October 30 Weymouth Massachusetts [ab]
Chelmsford Independent[230] Hillary Clinton 2,355[204] October 30 Concord Massachusetts [ab]
Marblehead Reporter[231] Hillary Clinton 4,678[204] October 30 Marblehead Massachusetts [ab]
Walpole Times[232] Hillary Clinton 3,832[204] October 30 Walpole Massachusetts [ab]
Rockland Standard[233] Hillary Clinton 764[204] October 30 Marshfield Massachusetts [ab]
Scituate Mariner[234] Hillary Clinton 2,823[204] October 30 Marshfield Massachusetts [ab]
The Sudbury Town Crier[235] Hillary Clinton 2,961[204] October 30 Framingham Massachusetts [ab]
The Winchester Star[236] Hillary Clinton 2,910[204] October 30 Lexington Massachusetts [ab]
Littleton Independent[237] Hillary Clinton 1,197[204] October 30 Concord Massachusetts [ab]
Wakefield Observer[238] Hillary Clinton 538[204] October 30 Danvers Massachusetts [ab]
The Cape Codder[239] Hillary Clinton 7,809[204] October 30 Orleans Massachusetts [ab]
Newburyport Current[240] Hillary Clinton 4,921[204] October 30 Beverly Massachusetts [ab]
Malden Observer[241] Hillary Clinton 1,314[204] October 30 Medford Massachusetts [ab]
Somerville Journal[242] Hillary Clinton 2,341[204] October 30 Somerville Massachusetts [ab]
Swampscott Reporter[243] Hillary Clinton 1,732[204] October 30 Marblehead Massachusetts [ab]
Wayland Town Crier[244] Hillary Clinton 1,796[204] October 30 Framingham Massachusetts [ab]
Tewksbury Advocate[245] Hillary Clinton 655[204] October 30 Concord Massachusetts [ab]
Billerica Minuteman[246] Hillary Clinton 2,565[204] October 30 Concord Massachusetts [ab]
Fairfield Citizen[247] Hillary Clinton 2,799[248] October 30 Fairfield Connecticut [ac]
Westport News[249] Hillary Clinton 3,680[248] October 30 Norwalk Connecticut
Easton Journal[250] Hillary Clinton 2,208[248] October 30 Easton Massachusetts [ad]
Norton Mirror[251] Hillary Clinton 1,250[252] October 30 Norton Massachusetts [ad]
Dedham Transcript[253] Hillary Clinton 1,041[204] October 31 Needham Massachusetts [ab]
The Chief-Leader[254] Hillary Clinton 30,651[41] October 31 New York City New York
Vilas County News-Review[255] Donald Trump 10,500[256] November 1 Eagle River Wisconsin
Santa Fe Reporter[257] Hillary Clinton 16,000[258] November 1 Santa Fe New Mexico Barack Obama[259]
The Crusader[260][261] Donald Trump Unknown[262] November 1 Harrison Arkansas [ae]
Rochester City Newspaper[267] Hillary Clinton 37,081[268] November 1 Rochester New York Barack Obama[269]
Jewish Voice[270] Donald Trump 30,000[41] November 2 New York City New York Mitt Romney[271]
The Jewish Press[272] Donald Trump 42,222[41] November 2 New York City New York Mitt Romney[273]
Lagniappe[274] No endorsement 30,000[275] November 2 Mobile Alabama No endorsement[274]
Rock River Times[276] Hillary Clinton 22,000[277] November 2 Rockford Illinois Barack Obama[278]
Metro Weekly[279] Hillary Clinton 17,000[280] November 2 Washington District of Columbia No endorsement[279]
Idaho Mountain Express[281] Hillary Clinton 13,000[282] November 2 Ketchum Idaho Barack Obama[283]
Cincinnati CityBeat[284] Hillary Clinton 35,000[285] November 2 Cincinnati Ohio Barack Obama[286]
Neshoba Democrat[287] Donald Trump 8,000[288] November 2 Philadelphia Mississippi Mitt Romney[289]
The Alibi[290] Hillary Clinton 32,814[291] November 3 Albuquerque New Mexico Barack Obama[292]
Andover Townsman[293] Hillary Clinton 5,339[294] November 3 Andover Massachusetts [af]
New York Observer[295] No endorsement 38,232[41] November 3 New York City New York Mitt Romney[296] [ag]
Dorchester Reporter[297] Hillary Clinton 6,000[298] November 3 Dorchester Massachusetts Barack Obama[299]
The Wilton Bulletin[300] Hillary Clinton 2,270[301] November 3 Wilton Connecticut
Easton Courier[302] Hillary Clinton 1,165[301] November 3 Easton Connecticut Barack Obama[303]
Creative Loafing Tampa[304] Hillary Clinton 48,000[305] November 3 Tampa Bay Florida Barack Obama[306]
Boston Irish Reporter[307] Hillary Clinton 8,000[308] November 3 Dorchester Massachusetts Barack Obama[309] [ah]
Memphis Flyer[310] Hillary Clinton 45,000[311] November 3 Memphis Tennessee No endorsement [ai]
News & Review[312] Hillary Clinton 38,180[191] November 3 Reno Nevada Barack Obama[313]
News & Review[314] Hillary Clinton 38,180[315] November 3 Chico California Barack Obama[316]
Lake Placid News[317] Hillary Clinton 2,500[318] November 3 Lake Placid New York
The Wave[319] Hillary Clinton 8,341[41] November 4 Rockaway New York
Carteret County News-Times[320] Donald Trump 9,725[321] November 5 Morehead City North Carolina [aj]
Milwaukee Courier[322] Hillary Clinton 40,000[323] November 5 Milwaukee Wisconsin
The Ridgefield Press[324] Hillary Clinton 5,000[301] November 5 Ridgefield Connecticut
Inweekly[325] Hillary Clinton 31,860[326] November 7 Pensacola Florida Barack Obama[327]
  1. ^ This was the first presidential endorsement in the Dallas Voice's 32-year history.
  2. ^ The Athens News publishes twice weekly.
  3. ^ The Patriot-News publishes thrice weekly
  4. ^ La Gaceta is "The nation's only tri-lingual newspaper" (English, Spanish, Italian).
  5. ^ The Sentinel Echo publishes thrice weekly; its endorsement originated with the Ashland Daily Independent, a sister paper.
  6. ^ The Morehead News publishes twice weekly; its endorsement originated with the Ashland Daily Independent, a sister paper.
  7. ^ a b An identically-worded endorsement was also published in a sister publication, The Salem News
  8. ^ This is the first time the 40-year-old Jewish Week has endorsed a presidential candidate.
  9. ^ The Suwannee Democrat publishes twice weekly. This editorial originally appeared in the Sunbury Daily Item, but the Suwannee Democrat "embraces its message."
  10. ^ This is the Windy City Times' first endorsement in the past 16 years.[52]
  11. ^ The Georgia Voice publishes twice weekly
  12. ^ The Riverhead News-Review and Shelter Island Reporter are sister papers to The Suffolk Times.
  13. ^ a b An identical editorial also appeared in the parent publication, the Greenville Herald-Banner on October 8.
  14. ^ The Journal publishes twice weekly
  15. ^ This is the first Presidential endorsement in the Jewish Ledger's 87-year existence.
  16. ^ The Wisconsin Gazette publishes twice monthly.
  17. ^ The Williamson County Sun publishes twice weekly.
  18. ^ a b c d This newspaper is part of the Forum Communications Company, which owns several small community papers in MN/ND/SD/WI region. This is the first time in 50 years the newspaper group has not endorsed a Republican candidate for president.[146]
  19. ^ The Courier Publications Editorial Board also includes the Camden Herald (circulation 3,544) and Belfast Republican Journal (circulation 5,826).
  20. ^ The Chicago Defender endorsed Obama in 2008.
  21. ^ The Providence American is published monthly.
  22. ^ a b Published twice weekly. This newspaper is part of the Forum Communications Company, which owns several small community papers in MN/ND/SD/WI region. This is the first time in 50 years the newspaper group has not endorsed a Republican candidate for president.[146]
  23. ^ The Detroit Jewish News cited The Atlantic's decision to endorse a candidate.
  24. ^ The Ann Arbor News is published twice weekly. As a part of the MLive Media Group, it is a shared editorial for several newspapers.
  25. ^ a b The Bay City Times and Saginaw News are published three times weekly. As a part of the MLive Media Group, it is a shared editorial for several newspapers.
  26. ^ The Aegis is published twice weekly. It is a part of the Baltimore Sun media group, but editorially independent. The paper has endorsed a Republican for president for the past several elections.
  27. ^ The Arab American News editorial notes this is the first time in their history they have declined to endorse a candidate for president.
  28. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq This newspaper is owned by GateHouse Media, and the same editorial was published in several of their publications.
  29. ^ The Fairfield Citizen publishes twice weekly. This editorial appeared in several Connecticut newspapers that are allied with the Hearst Media Group.
  30. ^ a b An identical editorial also appeared in several other Massachusetts newspapers owned by Gatehouse Media.
  31. ^ The Crusader is one of the Ku Klux Klan's newspapers. It did not officially endorse Trump, but its full page editorial is considered a de facto endorsement by many.[261][263][264][265] The Trump campaign has denounced the endorsement.[266]
  32. ^ An identically worded editorial appeared in four other newspapers that are part of Community Newspaper Holdings in Massachusetts.
  33. ^ The Observer is owned by Trump's son-in-law, and was one of only four newspapers to endorse Trump during the Republican primaries.
  34. ^ The Boston Irish Reporter is published in the newspaper format monthly.
  35. ^ While Memphis Flyer's editorial does not explicitly endorse Clinton, the argument and tone is quite clear:
    "The Flyer traditionally does not endorse at election time, leaving such personal decisions to our readers. We would be remiss not to point out the essential nature of the choice at hand, which boils down to a long record of competence and experience versus a legacy of unrelenting narcissism and its resultant chaos."[310]
  36. ^ The Carteret County News-Times is published three times a week.


Summary of magazines[edit]

Candidate Endorsements Breakdown by 2012 endorsement
Hillary Clinton 15 3 Barack Obama; 9 no endorsement; 3 undetermined
Not Donald Trump 4 2 no endorsement; 2 undetermined

Endorsements by magazines[edit]

Magazine 2016 endorsement Largest reported circulation Endorsement
2012 endorsement Notes
Philadelphia[328] Hillary Clinton 103,161[329] June 21 No endorsement[328] [a]
The Advocate[330] Hillary Clinton 187,791[331] July 25 Barack Obama[332]
Wired[333] Hillary Clinton 870,101[329] August 18 No endorsement[333] [b]
Scientific American[334] Not Donald Trump 399,354[329] September 1 No endorsement[334] [c]
The Atlantic[335] Hillary Clinton 509,376[329] October 5 No endorsement[336] [d]
The Nation[337] Hillary Clinton 110,007[329] October 5 Barack Obama[338]
The Reader[339] Hillary Clinton 150,000[340] October 7 No endorsement[339] [e]
Foreign Policy[341] Hillary Clinton 101,054[342] October 9 No endorsement[341] [f]
Loveland Magazine[343] Not Donald Trump n/a October 10 [g]
Christianity Today[345] Not Donald Trump 120,000[346] October 11 No endorsement[345] [h]
World[347] Not Donald Trump 100,000 October 11
Latina[348] Hillary Clinton 517,732[329] October 14 No endorsement[348] [i]
Vogue[349] Hillary Clinton 1,231,931[329] October 18 No endorsement[349] [j]
Oakland Magazine[350] Hillary Clinton 10,440[351] October 21 [k]
Alameda Magazine[352] Hillary Clinton 10,000[351] October 21 [k]
The New Yorker[353] Hillary Clinton 1,051,795[329] October 23 Barack Obama[354]
Variety[355] Hillary Clinton 30,000[356] November 1 No endorsement[355] [l]
India Currents[357] Hillary Clinton 42,725[358] November 1 No endorsement[357] [m]
India New England News[359] Hillary Clinton 12,000[360] November 3
  1. ^ "This is the first time the editors of Philadelphia magazine have endorsed a presidential candidate."
  2. ^ This is the first time Wired has endorsed a candidate in a presidential election.
  3. ^ Scientific American does not usually endorse political candidates.
  4. ^ This is The Atlantic's third presidential endorsement in the magazine's 159-year history. Their two previous endorsements were for Abraham Lincoln in 1860 and Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964.
  5. ^ The Reader is published quarterly. "Never in the 22-year history of The Reader have we officially backed a candidate for president."
  6. ^ This is the first political endorsement in Foreign Policy's 46-year history.
  7. ^ This references the editorial by The Atlantic in their decision to publish their anti-endorsement. Loveland Magazine is online-only, but an official member of the Ohio Newspaper Association.[344]
  8. ^ This is not an official non-endorsement editorial. "As a non-profit journalistic organization, Christianity Today is doubly committed to staying neutral regarding political campaigns."
  9. ^ This is Latina's first political endorsement for any candidate in its 20-year history.
  10. ^ This is Vogue's first political endorsement for any candidate in its 123-year history.
  11. ^ a b An identical 2016 voter guide endorsing Hillary Clinton appeared on the blogs of Oakland Magazine and Alameda Magazine, both publications of Telegraph Media.
  12. ^ "For the first time in its 111-year history, Variety is endorsing a presidential candidate."
  13. ^ The India Currents marks the first time in 30 years that an Indian-American monthly publication has endorsed a US presidential candidate.

College and university newspapers[edit]

Summary of student newspapers[edit]

Candidate Endorsements Breakdown by 2012 endorsement
Hillary Clinton 79 25 Barack Obama; 1 Jill Stein; 18 no endorsement; 35 undetermined
No endorsement 5 2 no endorsement; 3 undetermined
Not Donald Trump 12 3 no endorsement; 9 undetermined

Endorsements by student newspapers[edit]

Newspaper 2016 endorsement Largest reported circulation Endorsement
Institution City and state 2012 endorsement Notes
The Miami Student[361] Not Donald Trump 8,000[362] September 16 Miami University Oxford, Ohio No endorsement[363]
The Review[364] Hillary Clinton 2,000[365] September 27 University of Delaware Newark, Delaware
The Rice Thresher[366] Hillary Clinton 3,000[367] September 28 Rice University Houston, Texas
The Bucknellian[368] No endorsement 4,500[369] September 29 Bucknell University Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
The Griffin[370] Hillary Clinton 2,500[371] September 30 Canisius College Buffalo, New York
The Daily Texan[372] Hillary Clinton 12,000[373] September 30 University of Texas at Austin Austin, Texas No endorsement[363]
The Oberlin Review[374] Hillary Clinton 2,000[375] September 30 Oberlin College Oberlin, Ohio [a]
The Wellesley News[376] Hillary Clinton 1,400[377] October 5 Wellesley College Wellesley, Massachusetts [b]
Rocky Mountain Collegian[378] Hillary Clinton 6,500[379] October 10 Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colorado Barack Obama[380]
The Justice[381] Hillary Clinton 4,000[382] October 11 Brandeis University Waltham, Massachusetts Barack Obama[383]
The Michigan Daily[384] Hillary Clinton 15,000[385] October 11 University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan Barack Obama[386]
Middlebury Campus[387] Hillary Clinton 4,000[388] October 12 Middlebury College Middlebury, Vermont No endorsement[363] [c]
The Inquirer[389] Hillary Clinton 5,000[390] October 12 Diablo Valley College Pleasant Hill, California
The Daily Free Press[391] Hillary Clinton 5,000[392] October 13 Boston University Boston, Massachusetts Barack Obama[393]
The Cornell Daily Sun[394] Hillary Clinton 4,000[395] October 13 Cornell University Ithaca, New York [d]
The State News[396] Hillary Clinton 14,500[397] October 14 Michigan State University East Lansing, Michigan Barack Obama[398]
The Daily Tar Heel[399] Hillary Clinton 14,000[400] October 14 University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, North Carolina No endorsement[363]
The Kentucky Kernel[401] Hillary Clinton 15,000[402] October 16 University of Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky Barack Obama[403]
The New Mexico Daily Lobo[404] No endorsement 10,500[405] October 16 University of New Mexico Albuquerque, New Mexico
The Daily Californian[406] Hillary Clinton 10,000[407] October 18 University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, California Barack Obama[408]
The Daily Pennsylvanian[409] Hillary Clinton 6,000[410] October 18 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Barack Obama[411] [e]
The Pitt News[412] Hillary Clinton 14,000[413] October 18 University of Pittsburgh Oakland, Pennsylvania Barack Obama[414]
Berkeley Beacon[415] Hillary Clinton 800[416] October 19 Emerson College Boston, Massachusetts Barack Obama[417]
The Carolinian[418] Hillary Clinton 4,000[419] October 19 University of North Carolina at Greensboro Greensboro, North Carolina
Technician[420] Hillary Clinton 10,000[421] October 20 North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina
University News[422] Hillary Clinton 7,000[423] October 20 Saint Louis University St. Louis, Missouri No endorsement[363] [f]
Iowa State Daily[425] Hillary Clinton 14,000[426] October 20 Iowa State University Ames, Iowa No endorsement[427] [g]
The Lamron[429] Hillary Clinton 3,000[430] October 21 State University of New York at Geneseo Geneseo, New York Barack Obama[431]
The Dartmouth[432] Hillary Clinton 3,800[433] October 21 Dartmouth College Hanover, New Hampshire
SUU News[434] Hillary Clinton 2,000[435] October 21 Southern Utah University Cedar City, Utah
Central Michigan Life[436] Hillary Clinton 7,000[437] October 23 Central Michigan University Mt. Pleasant, Michigan Barack Obama[438]
The Kent Stater[439] Hillary Clinton 6,750[440] October 23 Kent State University Kent, Ohio No endorsement[363]
Minnesota Daily[441] Hillary Clinton 20,000[402] October 26 University of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota No endorsement[363]
New University[442] Hillary Clinton 8,000[443] October 25 University of California, Irvine Irvine, California No endorsement[363]
The Scribe[444] No endorsement 600[445] October 25 University of Colorado Colorado Springs Colorado Springs, Colorado
The Daily Northwestern[446] Hillary Clinton 5,500[447] October 26 Northwestern University Evanston, Illinois No endorsement[363]
Yale Daily News[448] Hillary Clinton 5,000[449] October 26 Yale University New Haven, Connecticut Barack Obama [h]
The Yale Record[450] No endorsement 500[451] October 26 Yale University New Haven, Connecticut No endorsement [i]
The Setonian[452] Hillary Clinton 4,000[453] October 26 Seton Hall University South Orange, New Jersey
El Vaquero[454] Hillary Clinton 3,000[455] October 26 Glendale Community College Glendale, California Barack Obama[456] [j]
The Post[457] Hillary Clinton 14,000[458] October 27 Ohio University Athens, Ohio Barack Obama[459]
The Beacon[460] Hillary Clinton n/a[461] October 27 University of Portland Portland, Oregon Barack Obama[462] [k]
The Spectrum[463] Hillary Clinton 4,000[464] October 27 North Dakota State University Fargo, North Dakota No endorsement[463] [l]
The California Aggie[465] Hillary Clinton 8,000[466] October 27 University of California, Davis Davis, California No endorsement[363]
The Wooster Voice[467] Hillary Clinton 1,500[468] October 28 College of Wooster Wooster, Ohio
Daily Iowan[469] Hillary Clinton 19,500[citation needed] October 28 University of Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Barack Obama[470]
Aztec Press[471] Hillary Clinton 5,000[472] October 28 Pima Community College Tucson, Arizona No endorsement[473] [m]
The Georgetown Voice[474] Hillary Clinton 4,000[475] October 29 Georgetown University Washington, District of Columbia Jill Stein[476]
The Chronicle[477] Hillary Clinton 9,000[478] October 30 Duke University Durham, North Carolina Barack Obama[479]
The Current[480] Hillary Clinton 6,000[481] October 30 University of Missouri–St. Louis St. Louis, Missouri
The Daily Illini[482] Hillary Clinton 8,000[483] October 31 University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign Champaign, Illinois No endorsement[363]
The DePaulia[484] Hillary Clinton 4,500[485] October 31 DePaul University Chicago, Illinois No endorsement [n]
The Northern Star[486] Not Donald Trump 12,500[487] October 31 Northern Illinois University DeKalb, Illinois
The Daily Utah Chronicle[488] Not Donald Trump 12,000[489] October 31 University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah
The Highlander[490] Hillary Clinton October 31 University of California, Riverside Riverside, California
Marquette Wire[491] Hillary Clinton 3,000[492] November 1 Marquette University Milwaukee, Wisconsin [o]
The Mercury[494] Hillary Clinton 4,500[495] November 1 University of Texas at Dallas Dallas, Texas
The Louisville Cardinal[496] Hillary Clinton 8,000[497] November 1 University of Louisville Louisville, Kentucky Barack Obama[498]
Coast Report[499] Hillary Clinton 15,000[500] November 1 Orange Coast College Costa Mesa, California Barack Obama[501]
The Villanovan[502] Hillary Clinton 5,000[503] November 1 Villanova University Villanova, Pennsylvania
The Collegian[504] Hillary Clinton 10,000[505] November 1 California State University, Fresno Fresno, California
Daily Trojan[506] Hillary Clinton 10,000[507] November 1 University of Southern California Los Angeles
Driftwood[508] Hillary Clinton 2,500[509] November 2 University of New Orleans New Orleans, Louisiana
Grand Valley Lanthorn[510] Not Donald Trump 8,000[511] November 2 Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan
The Owl[512] No endorsement 1,000[513] November 2 Doane University Crete, Nebraska No endorsement[512]
The Wayne Stater[514] Hillary Clinton 2,100[513] November 2 Wayne State College Wayne, Nebraska
Quinnipiac Chronicle[515] Not Donald Trump 2,205[516] November 2 Quinnipiac University Hamden, Connecticut No endorsement[515] [p]
The Badger Herald[517] Hillary Clinton 15,000[402] November 2 University of Wisconsin–Madison Madison, Wisconsin No endorsement[363]
The Miami Hurricane[518] Hillary Clinton 10,000[519] November 2 University of Miami Miami, Florida
The Bates Student[520] Hillary Clinton 1,400[521] November 2 Bates College Lewiston, Maine No endorsement[363]
The Suffolk Journal[522] Hillary Clinton 1,500[523] November 2 Suffolk University Boston, Massachusetts No endorsement[522] [q]
Daily Bruin[524] Hillary Clinton 9,000[525] November 3 University of California, Los Angeles Los Angeles Barack Obama[526]
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter[527] Hillary Clinton 5,000[528] November 3 Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, Maryland
The Runner[529] Hillary Clinton November 3 California State University, Bakersfield Bakersfield, California
The Cowl[530] Hillary Clinton 4,000[531] November 3 Providence College Providence, Rhode Island
The Marcolian[532] Hillary Clinton 3,000[533] November 3 Marietta College Marietta, Ohio
The New Paltz Oracle[534] Hillary Clinton 2,500[535] November 3 State University of New York at New Paltz New Paltz, New York [r]
The State Times[536] Not Donald Trump November 3 SUNY Oneonta Oneonta, New York [r]
Cardinal Points[537] Not Donald Trump 3,000[538] November 3 SUNY Plattsburgh Plattsburgh, New York No endorsement[363] [r]
The Leader[537] Not Donald Trump 2,500[539] November 3 SUNY Fredonia Fredonia, New York [r]
The Stylus[537] Not Donald Trump 3,500[540] November 3 SUNY Brockport Brockport, New York [r]
The Vidette[541] Hillary Clinton 6,000[542] November 3 Illinois State University Normal, Illinois
The Scout[543] Hillary Clinton 5,500[544] November 4 Bradley University Peoria, Illinois
The Catalyst[545] Hillary Clinton 1,900[546] November 4 Colorado College Colorado Springs, Colorado
The Montclarion[547] Hillary Clinton 5,000[548] November 4 Montclair State University Montclair, New Jersey
The Red and Black[550] Hillary Clinton 10,000[551] November 4 University of Georgia Athens, Georgia
Fordham Observer[552] Hillary Clinton 2,000[549] November 4 Fordham University New York City No endorsement[553]
The Daily Gamecock[554] Not Donald Trump 6,000[555] November 6 University of South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina [s]
The Daily Athenaeum[556] Hillary Clinton 15,000[557] November 7 West Virginia University Morgantown, West Virginia Barack Obama[558]
Columbia Chronicle[559] Hillary Clinton 6,500[560] November 7 Columbia College Chicago Chicago, Illinois
The Daily Cardinal[561] Hillary Clinton 6,500[citation needed] November 7 University of Wisconsin–Madison Madison, Wisconsin No endorsement[363]
The Crimson White[562] Not Donald Trump 15,000[563] November 7 University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, Alabama [t]
The Cougar[564] Not Donald Trump 15,000[565] November 7 University of Houston Houston, Texas
The Penn[566] Hillary Clinton 6,000[567] November 7 Indiana University of Pennsylvania Indiana, Pennsylvania
The Independent Florida Alligator[568] Hillary Clinton 23,000[569] November 8 University of Florida Gainesville, Florida
The Emory Wheel[570] Hillary Clinton 5,500[571] November 8 Emory University Atlanta, Georgia Barack Obama[citation needed]
  1. ^ The Oberlin Review's editorial argues against votes for Trump or a third party and against declining to vote.
  2. ^ As the Wellesley News noted in its editorial, Clinton is an alumna of Wellesley.
  3. ^ Middlebury Campus endorsed Obama in 2008.
  4. ^ The Cornell Daily Sun endorsed Obama in 2008.
  5. ^ The Daily Pennsylvanian made their endorsement in a joint statement with The Wellesley News. As they noted, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are alumni of the University of Pennsylvania and Wellesley College, respectively.
  6. ^ University News endorsed Obama in 2008.[424]
  7. ^ The Iowa State Daily also an editorial on why Donald Trump was unfit to be president.[428]
  8. ^ As noted in the Yale Daily News editorial, Clinton is an alumnus of Yale.
  9. ^ In their tongue-in-cheek non-endorsement, the Yale Record noted it could not endorse due to its tax status and, consequently, "[cannot] support Clinton's impressive commitment to serving and improving this country—a commitment to which she has dedicated her entire professional career."
  10. ^ The El Vaquero endorsed Obama in 2008.
  11. ^ At the beginning of the 2016–2017 academic year, The Beacon became an all digital media organization, and print advertising is no longer be available.[461]
  12. ^ The editorial specifically calls out the Forum Communications Company's decision to choose "none of the above" as unhelpful.
  13. ^ In 2012 pre-election editorial, the Aztec Press did not endorse a candidate, but did urge readers to cast their vote.
  14. ^ This is only the fifth time The DePaulia has issued an endorsement in its 93 year history.
  15. ^ A minority opinion was also published by the Marquette Wire in favor of Donald Trump.[493]
  16. ^ "Throughout the 87 years of the Quinnipiac Chronicle’s existence, the editorial board has never taken a stance in a presidential election to our knowledge...this is the first time that the editorial board, as a whole, has done so."
  17. ^ This is only the fifth time the Suffolk Journal has endorsed a candidate since it was founded 80 years ago.
  18. ^ a b c d e SUNY (State University of New York) newspapers published a joint editorial, each one giving their different reasons for urging voters not to choose Trump, without endorsing any specific other candidate.[537]
  19. ^ The Daily Gamecock supported Obama in 2008.
  20. ^ The Crimson White supported Obama in 2008.

Foreign newspapers and magazines[edit]

Summary of foreign periodicals[edit]

Candidate Endorsements Breakdown by 2012 endorsement
Hillary Clinton 18 4 Barack Obama; 13 undetermined; 1 no endorsement
Donald Trump 2 2 undetermined
Not Donald Trump 4 4 undetermined

Endorsements by foreign periodicals[edit]

Periodical 2016 endorsement Largest reported circulation Endorsement date City Country 2012 endorsement Notes
Israel Hayom[572] Donald Trump 550,000[573] March 17 Tel Aviv  Israel
DPRK Today[574] Donald Trump May 31  China
Kyiv Post[575] Hillary Clinton 11,000[576] August 4 Kiev  Ukraine
The Observer[577] Hillary Clinton 184,252[578] September 18 London  United Kingdom Barack Obama
Financial Mail[579] Hillary Clinton 30,662[580] September 29 Johannesburg  South Africa
The Age[581] Not Donald Trump 182,187[582] October 10 Melbourne  Australia [a]
The Sydney Morning Herald[584] Not Donald Trump 235,045[582] October 10 Sydney  Australia
Sunday Independent[585] Hillary Clinton 199,210[586] October 16 Dublin  Ireland [b]
Nature[587] Hillary Clinton 52,836[588] October 19 London  United Kingdom
Toronto Star[589] Not Donald Trump 419,236[590] October 20 Toronto  Canada
The Gleaner[591] Not Donald Trump 267,233[592] October 21 Kingston  Jamaica
The Guardian[593] Hillary Clinton 157,704[594] October 21 London  United Kingdom Barack Obama[595]
The Korea Times[596] Hillary Clinton 300,000[597] October 22 Seoul  South Korea
Financial Times[598] Hillary Clinton 193,553[599] October 31 London  United Kingdom Barack Obama[89]
The Globe and Mail[600] Hillary Clinton 370,000[601] November 2 Toronto  Canada
Waterloo Region Record[602] Hillary Clinton 60,435[603] November 4 Kitchener, Ontario  Canada
The Economist[604] Hillary Clinton 1,459,929[605] November 5 London  United Kingdom Barack Obama
Times of Malta[606] Hillary Clinton 37,000[607] November 6 Valletta  Malta
The Independent[608] Hillary Clinton N/A November 6 London  United Kingdom No endorsement [c]
The Chronicle Herald[609] Hillary Clinton 93,178[610] November 7 Halifax, Nova Scotia  Canada
Tibet Sun[611] Hillary Clinton November 7 Dharamshala  India
Daily Trust[612] Hillary Clinton 11,672[613] November 7 Abuja  Nigeria
Daily Mirror[614] Hillary Clinton 897,786[615] November 7 London  United Kingdom
Samoa Observer[616] Hillary Clinton 3,500[617] November 8 Apia  Samoa [d]
  1. ^ On November 6, The Age published an additional editorial reaffirming their opposition to Donald Trump.[583]
  2. ^ In an editorial, the Sunday Independent "would fully endorse" P. J. O'Rourke's endorsement of Hillary Clinton.
  3. ^ The Independent endorsed the first U.S. presidential candidate in its 30-year history. The Independent ended daily and Sunday print publication in March, becoming an online-only newspaper.
  4. ^ The Samoa Observer editorial is from its founder, owner and editor-in-chief.

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