Presidential endorsements -- newspaper by newspaper

  • Article by: SUSAN HOGAN , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 6, 2012 - 3:59 PM

Here's a state-by-state breakdown of newspaper endorsements for each candidate. The list is updated multiple times daily.

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Mitt Romney, left, and President Barack Obama.

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Newspaper endorsements for the presidential candidates are rolling in rapidly from around the country. Below is a list, which will be updated regularly.

Endorsements for President Obama are listed first, followed by endorsements for Mitt Romney.

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EDITORIAL BOARDS ENDORSING PRESIDENT OBAMA

Alabama
Anniston Star
Decatur Daily
Montgomery Advertiser
Times Daily (Florence)

Alaska
Seward Phoenix Log

Arkansas
Arkansas Times

Arizona
Arizona Daily Star
Tucson Weekly

California
Contra Costa Times
Fresno Bee
La Opinion (Los Angeles)
Los Angeles Times
Malibu Times
Marin Independent Journal
Monterey Herald
Oakland Tribune
Sacramento Bee
San Francisco Chronicle
San Francisco Examiner
San Jose Mercury News
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Santa Maria Times
Stockton Record
Ventura County Star

Colorado
Aspen Times
Aurora Sentinel
Boulder Daily Camera
Cortez Journal
Denver Post
Durango Herald
Post Independent (Glenwood Springs)

Connecticut
Hartford Courant
New Haven Register
Stamford Advocate

Delaware
News Journal (Wilmington)

District of Columbia
Washington Post

Florida
Miami Herald
Tampa Bay Times

Georgia
Americus Observer
Savannah Tribune

Hawaii
Star-Advertiser (Honolulu)

Illinois
Chicago Tribune
Journal Standard (Freeport)
Regional News (Palos Heights)

Iowa
Press-Citizen (Iowa City)

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