Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) Former prosecutor for the New Hampshire Department of Justice, and briefly served as legal counsel to New Hampshire Governor Craig Benson; Class III U.S. Senator up for reelection; (202) 224-3324

Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) Former attorney.  Class I U.S. Senator. President pro tempore of U.S. Senate; (202) 224-5251

Sen. John McCain (R-AR) Former U.S. Representative and Republican nominee for President in 2008 ; Class III U.S. Senator, up for reelection; (202) 224-2235

Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) Senate Majority Leader since 2015; Class II U.S. Senator; (202) 224-2541

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) Representative from Florida 2000-2008; elected to U.S. Senate in 2010. Committees: Commerce, Science, and Transportation, Foreign Relations, Intelligence, Small Business and Entrepreneurship; (202) 224-3041

Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) Former U.S. Attorney for Southern District of Alabama 1981-1993; former Attorney General of Alabama 1994-96; Four-term Class II U.S. Senator; (202) 224-4124


Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) Member of Massachusetts General Court, first in State House of Representatives (1998–2004), then in State Senate (2004–2010); U.S. Senator 2010 to 2013

Sen. Bob Kasten (R-WI) U.S. Representative (1975-1979) and U.S. Senator (1981-1993) 


Rep. Lou Barletta (R-PA) Committees: Education and the Workforce, Homeland Security, Transportation; 202-225-6511; (previously endorsed Rick Santorum)

Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY) Committees: Energy and Commerce; 202-225-5265; (previously endorsed Jeb Bush)

Rep. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) Committees: Energy and Commerce; 202-225-2611

Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-TN) Committees: Agriculture, Foreign Affairs, Oversight and Government; 202-225-6831

Rep. John Duncan Jr. (R-PA) Committees: Agriculture, Foreign Affairs, Oversight and Government; 202-225-5435

Rep. Renee Ellmers (R-NC) Committees: Energy and Commerce; 202-225-4531

Rep. Duncan D. Hunter (R-CA) Committees: Armed Services, Education and the Workforce, Transportation; 202-225-5672

Rep. Tom Marino (R-PA) Committees: Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, the Judiciary; 202-225-3731

Rep. Candice Miller (R-MI) Committees: Homeland Security, House Administration, Joint Library, Transportation; 202-225-2706

Rep. Jeff Miller (R-FL) Committees: Armed Services, Intelligence, Chairman, Veteran Affairs; 202-225-4136

Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) Committees: Ways and Means; 202-225-3161; (previously endorsed Jeb Bush)

Rep. Bill Shuster (R-PA) Committees: Armed Services, Chairman, Transportation; 202-225-2431


Rep. Virgil Goode (R-VA) U.S. Representative (1997-2009), first as Democrat; in 2002 switched to Republican Party; also Constitutional Party presidential nominee in 2012

Rep. Bill Livingston (R-LA) Committees: Chairman of the Appropriations Committee (1995–1999); chosen as Newt Gingrich‘s successor as Speaker of the House  in 1998 but resigned before taking position

Rep. Doug Ose (R-CA) U.S. Representative (1999-2005)



Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) Former State Supreme Court justice (George W. Bush appointee); U.S. Attorney General of Texas; governor since 2015

Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) Former U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey (2002-2008); Chairman of the Republican Governors Association; governor since 2010

Gov. Paul LePage (R-ME) Elected governor in 2011 with a plurality in five-candidate race in 2010; re-elected with stronger plurality in three-candidate race in 2014

Gov. Mike Pence (R-IN) Former Rep. 2001-2013; former Chairman of the House Republican Conference 2009-2011; elected governor in 2013

Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL) Businessman; elected governor in 2011


Gov. Jan Brewer (R-AR) Former Secretary of State of Arizona (2003-2009), assumed governorship (2009-2015) when Janet Napolitano resigned to become Secretary of Homeland Security

Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK) Governor of Alaska (2006-2009) until she resigned. Republican Party nominee for Vice President in 2008


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