Every Elected Republican Official Backing Donald Trump In 2024
By Sophia Maddox | October 20, 2023
Welcome to our comprehensive gallery showcasing the diverse array of Republican elected officials who are throwing their support behind Donald Trump in his 2024 presidential bid. From seasoned GOP veterans like Lindsey Graham to rising stars like Matt Gaetz and Lauren Boebert, this exhaustive list reflects the dynamic spectrum of voices within the Republican Party who stand firmly with the former president.
As you peruse this collection, you'll witness the breadth of endorsements and the unity that Trump's candidacy has inspired within the party. Whether you're a dedicated Trump supporter, a curious observer, or someone seeking to stay informed about the evolving political landscape, we invite you to explore the profiles of these elected officials who have made their voices heard.
Our gallery not only highlights their endorsements but also provides insights into their perspectives and reasons for standing with Trump. We encourage you to engage with the content and learn more about the individuals who are shaping the political discourse leading up to the 2024 presidential election.
If you're eager to dive deeper into the details and explore the stories behind these endorsements, continue reading. Your engagement in this political journey is essential, and we look forward to guiding you through the compelling narratives of these Republican officials who are helping to define the party's direction in the upcoming election.
The outspoken Colorado congresswoman enthusiastically threw her support behind Trump during an appearance on NewsNation, declaring, "Absolutely, I endorse Trump!" She couldn't help but express her excitement, predicting that the upcoming race is bound to be nothing short of fantastic
Matt Gaetz, the Florida legislator, has been an ardent advocate for a Trump resurgence, showing his support well before Trump's official announcement in November. In a November op-ed for the Daily Caller, Gaetz passionately expressed, "There are countless achievements awaiting us if we bring Donald Trump back to the White House."
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Marjorie Taylor Greene, the fiercely conservative figure from Georgia, has solidified her position as one of Trump's most unwavering champions within Congress. On the very day Trump declared his candidacy, she proudly extended her endorsement to the former president.
Steve Daines, the Montana senator and head of Senate Republicans' campaign efforts, voiced his endorsement for Trump during an appearance on Donald Trump Jr.'s podcast, TRIGGERED, in April 2023.
On January 28, during an event in Columbia, South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster was revealed as a member of Trump's campaign leadership team. During this announcement, he expressed his belief that should Trump be re-elected, the nation would experience an unprecedented surge in freedom and prosperity.
Alaska governor, Mike Dunleavy, threw his support behind the former President in August 2023. Dunleavy referred to Trump as, ""best president for this state in its short history."
West Virginia governor, Jim Justice, a former Democrat, stated his support for Trump on Twitter in April 2023. He tweeted, "I support President Donald J. Trump! The people working to oppose and defeat President Trump are the same ones working to beat me and fight the great things we're doing in West Virginia."
At a rally held in her home state, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, who is also being considered as a potential vice-presidential candidate, officially endorsed the former president.
In September, Indiana Senator Mike Braun, who is presently campaigning for the position of governor, conveyed to Fox News that he views Trump as the candidate with the potential to reinstate the America First policies that brought unparalleled prosperity and security to the American populace.
Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn extended her endorsement to Trump after the former president's meeting with Tennessee Republicans in April.
After securing his US Senate seat in North Carolina with the support of Trump, Ted Budd publicly endorsed the former president in April 2023. He writes on his website:
"Just a few years ago America was strong, but now under Joe Biden, we are a nation in decline. Our economy is faltering, our wide-open southern border is tragically wrecking lives, and our country’s power and influence in the world is diminished. Under President Trump, our economy saw record-setting growth, and families were starting to get ahead. Neighborhoods were safer. Across the globe, we were achieving peace. We were respected by allies and feared by enemies. That’s why I endorse Donald J. Trump for President. Hardworking, everyday families need a return of the America First agenda to restore prosperity and peace."
Lindsey Graham, the veteran South Carolina senator, has cultivated a strong rapport with Trump throughout the years, emerging as one of his foremost allies in Congress. He emphasized Trump's accomplishments during an interview with Fox News in January, saying, "While I acknowledge the drawbacks of Trump, it's essential to recognize the positive aspects he brings. Trump's policies are inseparable from his leadership." You can't beat an endorsement like that.
In April, Bill Hagerty, the Tennessee senator who formerly held the position of US Ambassador to Japan under Trump, provided his enthusiastic and unwavering endorsement to the former president.
In April 2023, Cindy Hyde-Smith, the newly-elected Mississippi senator, declared her endorsement for Trump, highlighting his attentiveness to the needs of her state during his presidency.
In February 2023, Oklahoma's newly-elected representative, Markwayne Mullin, took to the social media platform Truth Social to express his pride in endorsing Donald J. Trump, whom he considers the most formidable president in his lifetime, for a second term in 2024.
Eric Schmitt, the recently elected senator, conveyed his support for the former president in the 2024 election during an interview with Politico in January 2023. It's worth noting that the former president had also endorsed Schmitt during Missouri's GOP primary the previous year. This guy is an endorsement machine!
Tommy Tuberville, the senator from Alabama, expressed his endorsement for Trump via a tweet shortly after Trump launched his 2024 campaign, making him the first Republican senator to do so in what we're sure was a photo finish.
Tuberville, a former head football coach at Auburn University, later shared with Insider that Trump's extensive leadership experience was a crucial factor in his decision to endorse him.
JD Vance, the newly-elected senator and renowned author of the bestseller "Hillbilly Elegy," who had previously earned Trump's endorsement in Ohio's GOP primary last year, publicly affirmed his support for the former president in a Wall Street Journal op-ed on January 31. In the op-ed, Vance lauded Trump's foreign policy achievements.
Robert Aderholt, the congressman from Alabama, officially backed Trump in early August 2023. Notably, the entire Republican Delegation from Alabama's U.S. House of Representatives unanimously endorsed President Trump.
Brian Babin, the congressman representing Texas, was appointed as a member of the Trump campaign's Texas leadership team in March 2023, which has to be huge for BB.
Roy Balderson, the congressman from Ohio, threw his support behind Trump in August 2023, pointing to Trump's strong standing among Ohio voters as a significant factor in his endorsement.
Jim Banks expressed his support for Trump after the GOP's lackluster performance in the midterm elections, as he shared with The New York Times. In a reciprocal gesture, Trump endorsed Banks' candidacy for Indiana's upcoming senatorial race in February.
Andy Biggs, the former ringleader of the House Freedom Caucus, didn't waste a second to jump on the Trump train.
As soon as Trump declared his candidacy, Biggs grabbed his Twitter megaphone and hollered, "President Trump is the GOP's head honcho. Time to whip out those 'Make America Great Again' hats!"
Gus Bilirakis, the Florida congressman, couldn't resist adding some spicy intrigue when he endorsed Trump in April. While he pledged his support, he also slyly hinted at Florida's dynamic duo of fearless leaders, creating a tantalizing buzz of political intrigue. "Florida," he teased, "boasts not one but two trailblazers of unapologetic, audacious leadership."
In February 2023, the congressman from Illinois tweeted that Trump has his "full endorsement."
Jack Bergman, the congressman from Michigan, joined the Trump train in July, becoming a vital part of the grand unveiling of Trump's leadership dream team in the state.
Josh Brecheen, the recently elected congressman from Oklahoma, threw his support behind Trump in May 2023.
Vern Buchanan, the Florida congressman, jumped on the Trump express in April 2023, confidently declaring that the former president has "successfully steered the ship before and is ready to set sail for success once more."
Michael Burgess, the Lone Star State's congressman, hitched his wagon to the Trump train in March. This decision came after he was appointed to the former president's campaign's Texas leadership squad, signaling his commitment to help steer the political ship with Trump at the helm.
Mike Carey, the Ohio congressman, wasted no time in making his alliance with Trump known, firing off a supportive tweet just one day after the former president announced his ambitious 2024 plans.
Jerry Carl, a congressman from Alabama congressman backed trump early in August 2023.
This Texas congressman through his weight behind the former president when he was placed on the Trump campaign's Texas leadership team in March 2023.
In June 2023, this congressman from Georgia threw his weight behind the former president.
After winning his first congress seat in George, Collins endorsed Trump in June 2023.
On the night that Trump announced that he was running for president for a second term, Crane offered her support.
Byron Donalds, the congressman hailing from Florida, made his allegiance clear in April when he endorsed Trump, affirming that in this pivotal moment in our nation's history, there's only one leader with the prowess to seize the opportunity and deliver what our country requires.
After he was named as a member of Trump's leadership team for the former president's Texas campaign it was clear that Fallon was in full support of the former president.
Chuck Fleischmann, the congressman representing Tennessee, confidently predicted to a local publication that Trump will effortlessly secure the GOP nomination, and he assured that his unwavering support will be firmly in place for the former president.
Russell Fry, the South Carolina congressman who triumphed over a fellow Republican who had voted to impeach Trump, proudly serves as a key member of Trump's campaign "leadership team" within the state.
Carlos Gimenez backed former president Trump in April 2023.
Lance Gooden, the congressman from Texas, extended his endorsement to Trump immediately after a meeting with DeSantis. While acknowledging the commendable work done by the Florida governor, Gooden emphasized that the former president is the sole leader capable of rescuing America.
Arizona conservative Paul Gosar tweeted Trump's Make America Great Again campaign slogan on the same night the former president launched his campaign.
Texas congressman Tony Gonzales tweeted that he ooks "forward to President Trump once again righting the ship."
Mark Green, the congressman from Tennessee who also holds the position of chairing the House Committee on Homeland Security, was officially named as a member of "Trump's Tennessee Federal Leadership Team."
Tennessee congresswoman Diana Harshbarger backed the former president in April 2023 stating that he has a "proven track record of delivering results."
Harriet Hageman, the congresswoman representing Wyoming, achieved her victory against former Rep. Liz Cheney with the support of Trump and a substantial portion of the GOP. In an interview with Breitbart, she expressed her pride in aligning herself with Trump for the 2024 election.
Clay Higgins, the legislator from Louisiana, took to Twitter in November to declare his immediate endorsement of Trump. In a subsequent interview with Insider, he went on to assert that Trump was the finest president he had witnessed in his lifetime.
Richard Hudson, the head of the House GOP campaign arm, expressed his endorsement for Trump in the 2024 election during a November interview with a local media outlet. However, he also emphasized his willingness to back any candidate who emerges victorious in the primary if they manage to defeat Trump.
Bill Huizenga, the congressman representing Michigan, threw his support behind Trump in July, marking a pivotal moment in the unveiling of Trump's leadership squad for the state.
Wesley Hunt, the newly-elected Texan representative, has thrown his support behind Trump for the 2024 election, as reported by The Texas Tribune.
Ronny Jackson, the Texas legislator who previously served as the White House physician known for his positive evaluations of the president's health and "exceptional genes," announced his endorsement of his former patient shortly after Trump's November declaration. In a December interview with Insider, Jackson confidently asserted, "I require no further evidence. I am convinced that Trump understands what needs to be accomplished."
John James, the congressman representing Michigan, pledged his support to Trump in July, playing a pivotal role in the unveiling of Trump's leadership team for the state.
Bill Johnson, a congressman from Ohio, endorsed the former president in August 2023.
Jim Jordan, the Ohio congressman who presently serves as the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, shared with Breitbart his belief that Trump was the ideal candidate for the 2024 election, even before Trump had made an official campaign announcement.
John Joyce, the congressman hailing from Pennsylvania, was unveiled as a key member of Trump's Pennsylvania leadership squad in June 2023.
Mike Kelly, the congressman representing Pennsylvania, was officially introduced as a member of Trump's Pennsylvania leadership lineup in June 2023.
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Anna Paulina Luna, the recently elected legislator from Florida, informed POLITICO in March of her endorsement for Trump, favoring him over her home-state governor, Ron DeSantis.
Brian Mast, the congressman representing Florida, voiced his endorsement for Trump in April and disclosed to CNN his intention to lead "Veterans for Trump."
Lisa McClain backed the former president in June 2023.
Dan Meuser, the congressman from Pennsylvania, was officially unveiled as a part of Trump's Pennsylvania leadership roster in June 2023.
Carol Miller, the congresswoman representing West Virginia, enthusiastically affirmed her support for Trump's re-election campaign during a local radio interview in August, leaving no room for doubt.
Mary Miller, the congresswoman serving her second term from Illinois, took to Twitter on the very night of Trump's campaign launch to express her unwavering endorsement for the former president.
Max Miller, the recently elected Ohio congressman who previously served in the Trump White House, wasted no time in extending his endorsement to the former president on the evening of Trump's campaign announcement. He expressed profound gratitude, acknowledging that he wouldn't have reached his current position without Trump's support.
Cory Mills, the congressman from Florida and former arms dealer, publicly endorsed Trump in April. During an interview with TIME, he described the indictment of the former president in Manhattan as an event that brought people together in an unexpected way.
John Moolenar, the congressman representing Michigan, threw his support behind Trump in July, playing a vital role in the unveiling of Trump's leadership team for the state.
Alex Mooney, the congressman from West Virginia, conveyed his wholehearted endorsement for Trump to a local news outlet in November. He emphasized his unwavering support, stating that he believes Trump's conservative policies are precisely what the country requires.
Barry Moore, the congressman representing Alabama, declared his endorsement for Trump during a radio interview in December, highlighting the former president's extensive experience as a significant factor in his decision.
Troy Nehls, yet another representative from Texas, journeyed to Mar-a-Lago to witness Trump's announcement in November. In a subsequent conversation with Insider, he emphasized, "We're not selecting a Pope. But imagine if we were.
Andy Ogles, the congressman from Tennessee, publicly endorsed Trump in May, affirming that he views him as the leader necessary to steer America back on course.
Burgess Owens, the congressman representing Utah, threw his support behind Trump in August, expressing to the Daily Caller that he believes the former president made a more significant impact on the Black community than any other president during his lifetime.
Gary Palmer endorsed the former president in August 2023.
Scott Perry backed Donald Trump's 2024 run in June 2023.
Bill Posey backed the former president in September 2023.
Guy Reschenthaler, the congressman from Pennsylvania, officially endorsed Trump in June. During an interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer, he expressed his desire to see the former president become the nominee for the party in 2024.
Mike Rogers threw his support behind Trump in August 2023.
John Rose, the congressman from Tennessee, gave his endorsement to Trump in April, emphasizing his trust in the former president's reliable track record.
Matt Rosendale, the Montana congressman and prospective 2024 Senate candidate, officially threw his support behind Trump in October.
John Rutherford, the congressman representing Florida, declared his endorsement for Trump in April, asserting that the former president is the ideal candidate to "reestablish Law, Order, and Justice in our nation."
George Santos, the freshman congressman from New York, made a bold declaration on Twitter in February, confidently stating that Trump "will become the 47th President of the United States."
Pete Sessions, the congressman representing Texas, was appointed as a member of Trump's campaign's Texas leadership team in March.
Elise Stefanik, the third-ranking House Republican, offered her endorsement to Trump just days prior to his highly anticipated 2024 announcement in November.
Elise Stefanik, the third-ranking House Republican, offered her endorsement to Trump just days prior to his highly anticipated 2024 announcement in November.
Greg Steube, the congressman from Florida, publicly endorsed Trump in April. During an appearance on Newsmax, he suggested that DeSantis should continue to focus on his outstanding performance as Florida's governor.
Dale Strong endorsed the former president's second run for the White House in a November 22 Facebook post.
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William Timmons, the congressman representing South Carolina, stood alongside Trump during the announcement of Trump's leadership team in South Carolina.
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Jeff Van Drew, the congressman from New Jersey who switched parties during Trump's first impeachment, wasted no time in endorsing the former president shortly after his campaign announcement. In an interview with a local outlet, he emphasized his loyalty to Trump.
Beth Van Duyne, the congresswoman representing Texas, was officially appointed as a member of Trump's Texas leadership team in March
Tim Walberg, the congressman from Michigan, threw his support behind Trump in July, marking a significant moment in the introduction of Trump's leadership team for the state.
Mike Waltz, the congressman from Florida, who now represents the district once held by DeSantis, publicly endorsed Trump in April. On Twitter, he stressed the nation's need for resolute and seasoned leadership.
In March 2023, Randy Weber was placed on Trump's Texas leadership team.
Roger Williams, the congressman from Texas, extended his endorsement to Trump in March, shortly after earning a place on the former president's Texas leadership team for the campaign.
Joe Wilson, the congressman representing South Carolina, was included in Trump's 2024 South Carolina leadership team.