Who Has Endorsed Cory Booker for President?

From every member of New Jersey’s Democratic Congressional delegation to state reps. in Iowa, Cory Booker’s list of endorsements continues to grow.

Cory Booker
Apr 13 · 7 min read

Phil Murphy, governor of New Jersey

Tammy Murphy, first lady of New Jersey

Robert Menendez, U.S. senator from New Jersey

Donald Norcross, U.S. representative (NJ-01)

Jeff Van Drews, U.S. representative (NJ-02)

Andy Kims, U.S. representative (NJ-03)

Josh Gottheimers, U.S. representative (NJ-05)

Frank Pallones, U.S. representative (NJ-06)

Tom Malinowskis, U.S. representative (NJ-07)

Albio Sires, U.S. representative (NJ-08)

Bill Pascrell, Jr., U.S. representative (NJ-09)

Donald Payne, Jr., U.S. representative (NJ-10)

Mikie Sherrill, U.S. representative(NJ-11)

Bonnie Watson-Coleman, U.S. representative (NJ-12)

Steve Sweeney, New Jersey senate president

Craig Coughlinm, New Jersey assembly speaker

James Tedesco, Bergen County, New Jersey executive

Joe DiVincenzo, Essex County, New Jersey executive

Brian Hughes, Mercer County, New Jersey executive

Mildred Crump, Newark, New Jersey City Council president

Luis Quintana, Newark, New Jersey City Council member

Carlos Gonzalez, Newark, New Jersey City Council member

Eddie Osbourne, Newark, New Jersey City Council member

Anibal Ramos, Newark, New Jersey City Council member

Joe McCallum, Newark, New Jersey City Council member

Lou Stellato, Bergen County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

James Beach, Camden County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Brendan Sciarra, Cape May County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Leroy Jones, Essex County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Andy DeGise, Hudson County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Arlenes Quinones Perez, Hunterdon County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Kevin McCabe, Middlesex County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Dave Brown, Monmouth County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

John Currie, Passaic County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Nick Scutari, Union County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Tom Palmieri, Warren County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Sheila Oliver, New Jersey lieutenant governor

Ras Baraka, mayor of Newark, New Jersey

Tom DeGise, Hudson County, New Jersey executive

Augusto Amador, Newark, New Jersey City Council vice-president

John Sharpe James, Newark, New Jersey City Council member

LaMonica McIver, Newark, New Jersey City Council member

Mike Suleiman, Atlantic County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Joe Andl, Burlington County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Steven Errickson, Cumberland County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Fred Madden, Gloucester County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Janice Mironov, Mercer County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Chip Robinson, Morris County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Wyatt Earp, Ocean County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Steven Caltabiano, Salem County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Marguerite Schaffer, Somerset County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Leslie Huhn, Sussex County, New Jersey Democratic Party chair

Amy Nielsen, Iowa state representative

Heather Matson, Iowa state representative

Jennifer Konfrst, Iowa state representative

Kenan Judge, Iowa state representative

Mark Smith, Iowa state representative

Monica Kurth, Iowa state representative

Amber Corrieri, Ames city councilwoman

Bruc Teague, Iowa City city councilman

Dale Todd, Cedar Rapids city councilman

Mazahir Salih, Iowa City city councilman

Ana Garcia, Iowa entrepreneur and Latinx community leader

Carol Clark, Iowa community activist

Carol Kramer, retired teacher, former member of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources’ National Resource Commission and activist

Carolyn Klaus, former Story County Democratic Central Committee precinct representative

Cathy Jury, activist, Iowa

Chris Weinard, Iowa labor activist

Cody Leistikow, Iowa labor activist

Dava James, Iowa community activist

Diane Kolmer, Iowa community activist

Ellie Miglin, Roosevelt High School Democrats chair, Iowa

Fritz Kramer, Jasper County, Iowa community activist

Harold Davis, Iowa labor activist

Ian Rappolt, Iowa teacher and activist

Ian Russell, Iowa activist and State Democratic Central Committee member

Jerry Crawford, Iowa activist

Joan Amos, former Lucas County Democrats chair

John Judge, former Polk County Democrats treasurer

John Klaus, former Story County Democratic Central Committee vice chair

Judy Anderson, Iowa community activist

Judy Ryan, Iowa community activist

Julie Stewart, former Dallas County Democratic Party chair, Iowa

Kathi Judge, Iowa activist

Kay Marcel, Iowa gun violence prevention activist

Kim El-Baroudi, former chair, Heart of Des Moines Democrats

Lael Neal, Iowa community activist

Landra Jo Reece, Iowa State Central Committee member

Lee Jolliffe, Drake University professor

Linda Foens, Iowa activist

Lori Young, Iowa activist

Makenna Yates, Iowa Simpson Democrats debate leader and vice president of the Simpson College chapter of Active Minds

Marcia Nichols, former AFSCME Council 61 political director

Marti Mefferd, Iowa community activist

Melinda Jones, Iowa State Central Committee Member and ISEA member

Melissa Hale, Iowa community activist

Mike Weinard, Iowa labor activist

Nancy Bobo, Polk County Activist

Nick Pryor co-founder of Students Against School Shootings Iowa

Rachael Ferraro, LGBTQ+ activist and founder of Dubuque Transgender

Reverend Charles Lane, Iowa

Roslin Thompson, Knoxville, Iowa, public library director

Scott Foens, Iowa activist

Shaimaa Aly, Iowa community activist

Tanya Keith, Iowa author and neighborhood activist

Tatum Clayburn, vice president of Simpson Active Minds and member of Simpson College Democrats

Tim Moothart, Iowa chair of the Dubuque Coalition for Nonviolence

Toni Backstrom, Iowa community activist

Yena Balekyani, Iowa immigration activist

Jon Morgan, New Hampshire state senator

David Watters, New Hampshire state senator

Bruce Tatro, New Hampshire state representative

Linn Opderbecke, New Hampshire state representative

Anita Burroughs, New Hampshire state representative

Lee Oxenham, New Hampshire state representative

Katherine Rogers, New Hampshire state representative

Jeffrey Salloway, New Hampshire state representative

Peter Leishman, New Hampshire state representative

Don Bouchard, New Hampshire state representative

Jim Demers, former New Hampshire state representative

John Knowles, former New Hampshire state representative

Jim Bouley, mayor of New Hampshire’s capital city

Chloe Armstrong, New Hampshire activist

Kyle Ball, New Hampshire activist

Chelsea Berlucchi, New Hampshire activist

Madeleine Bernardeau, New Hampshire activist

Noah Burn, New Hampshire activist

Cherish Chang, New Hampshire activist

Chris Chen, New Hampshire activist

Claire Connolly, New Hampshire activist

Anna Danielski, New Hampshire activist

Luke DeMio, New Hampshire activist

Jane Dionne, New Hampshire activist

Liza Draper, New Hampshire activist

Johanna Evans, New Hampshire activist

Tom Fiedler, New Hampshire activist

Sue Fitzgerald, New Hampshire activist

John Gabrieli, New Hampshire activist

Angie Garozzo, New Hampshire activist

Becky Gargan, New Hampshire activist

Medea Gargan, New Hampshire activist

Samantha Green, New Hampshire activist

Jordan Green, New Hampshire activist

Lisa Hamblen, New Hampshire activist

Mehera Hathaway, New Hampshire activist

Mike Hoefer, New Hampshire activist

Gail Hotohkee, New Hampshire activist

Pat Kalik, New Hampshire activist

Clai Lasher-Sommers, New Hampshire gun violence prevention activist

Jennifer Lindgren, New Hampshire activist

Susan McDonough, New Hampshire activist

Maria McNaught, New Hampshire activist

Michael McNeil, New Hampshire activist

Max Mickenberg, New Hampshire activist

Marty Mobley, New Hampshire activist

Bill O’Brien, New Hampshire activist

Linda Piotrowski, New Hampshire activist

Dr. Jane Primm, New Hampshire activist

JoAnne St. John, New Hampshire activist

Jena Stevens, New Hampshire activist

Shideko Terai, New Hampshire activist

Alyssa Wilson, New Hampshire activist

Colleen Wolfe, New Hampshire activist

Albert Lee, publisher of the Korean Las Vegas Times, Nevada

Benita Sager, Nevada teacher and education activist

Bliss Requa-Trautz, Nevada immigration activist and community organizer

Carlos and Kristen Corral, Tacotarian Managing Partners, Nevada

Cat Brewer, Nevada educator and filmmaker

Donna Feliz-Barrows, Nevada MSW Health Disparities and immigration activist

Elvira Diaz, Northern Nevada immigration activist, Nevada

Jennifer Webb-Cook, Nevada Miracle Worker

Jo Beck, Nevada Miracle Worker and grassroots volunteer leader

Jose Ricardo Lopez, Nevada immigration activist

Josh Schwartz, Nevada community activist

Judy Hoskins, Nevada community activist

Kate Recto, Nevada president of Las Vegas Filipino-American Chamber of Commerce

Kathie Klass, Nevada community activist

Katie Lim, Nevada chair, High School Democrats of America

Kerry Ahearn, Nevada community activist

Lamar “Mar da Barber” Robertson, Las Vegas, Nevada, barbershop owner and stylist

Marty Robertson, Nevada union member and labor activist

Michael Williams, Nevada community activist

Monika Payne, Clark County, Nevada, grassroots volunteer

Nikki Ryan, Nevada community activist

Pam Gormly, retired teacher and faith leader, Nevada

Pat Stevens, Nevada Miracle Worker

Patricia Gallimore, former president of Reno-Sparks NAACP, Nevada

Rebecca Cohen, Washoe County, Nevada, community activist

Ron Sumbang, Nevada VP of ECHO Adult Residential Care Providers of Nevada

Ryan McConnell, UNLV law student and community activist, Nevada

Sakina Turner, Nevada Miracle Worker

Scotty Babb, Nevada community activist

Shannon Churchwell, Founder of Black Elite Social Society and Radio Show Host of Village Voices, Nevada

Sharifa Wahab, Nevada president of the Middle Eastern Chamber of Commerce

Sharon Courtney, Nevada immigration activist and artist

Tanya Vece, Nevada mental health advocate

Traci Wilson, retired teacher and Nevada super volunteer

Vilha Perdomo, Nevada immigration activist

Annie McDaniel, South Carolina state representative

John King South Carolina state representative

Leola Robinson-Simpson, South Carolina state representative

Apostle Frank Nicholson, mayor pro-tem, South Carolina

Gregrey Ginyard, mayor of Jenkinsville, South Carolina

Harold Thompson, mayor, South Carolina

Julie Nelson, mayor of Manning, South Carolina

Samuel E. Murray, mayor of Port Royal, South Carolina

Terrence Culbreath, mayor, South Carolina

Alycia Sullivan, South Carolina city councilwoman and county party chair

Shaterica Neal, city councilwoman, South Carolina

William “Budda” Killian, South Carolina city councilman

Anthony Dennis, sheriff, South Carolina

Demetrius Chatman, county councilman, South Carolina

Lorraine Dennis, assistant county administrator, South Carolina

Moses Bell, county councilman, South Carolina

Patricia Pringle, South Carolina county auditor

Aaron Bishop, South Carolina pastor and school board member

Brady Quirk-Garvan, former chair of the Charleston County, South Carolina Democrats

Bridgett Deline, South Carolina Democratic Party Single Parents Caucus Chair

Diane Sumpter, president and CEO, South Carolina

Doris Coaxum, retired educator, South Carolina

Erika Harrison, South Carolina community leader

Jacquetta Jones, South Carolina retired summary court judge

Jen Gibson, South Carolina community leader

LaTonya Gamble, Eastside Neighborhood Association president, South Carolina

Lumus Byrd, Jr., Laurens County Democratic Party Executive Committee, South Carolina

Lydia Cotton, South Carolina community leader

Mary Stuart Tinkler, former Columbia College College Democrats president and vice president of the South Carolina College Democrats

Rev. James Brown, South Carolina community leader

William Richburg, South Carolina community leader

Lester Jackson, Georgia state senator

David Dreyer, state representative, Georgia

Benny Napoleon, sheriff of Wayne County, Michigan

Councilman Devonte Sherard, City of Ecorse, Michigan

Tevor Thomas, chair of Equality Michigan

David Crowley, Chair of the Wisconsin Black Legislative Caucus

Khary Penebaker, DNC member, Wisconsin

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