News media endorsements in the 2020 United States presidential election

Various newspapers and magazines endorsed candidates in the 2020 United States presidential election, as follows. Tables below also show which candidate each publication endorsed in the 2016 United States presidential election (where known) and include only endorsements for the general election. Primary endorsements are separately listed - see News media endorsements in the 2020 United States presidential primaries.[1]

Daily newspapersEdit

Newspaper 2020
endorsement
Endorsement
date
City State 2016
endorsement
The Dallas Morning News[2] No endorsement February 16 Dallas Texas Hillary Clinton[3]
Sun-Sentinel[4][5] Joe Biden August 21 Fort Lauderdale Florida Hillary Clinton[6]
Orlando Sentinel[7] Joe Biden August 21 Orlando Florida None
Chicago Sun-Times[8][a] Joe Biden August 21 Chicago Illinois Hillary Clinton[9]
Seattle Times[10] Joe Biden August 21 Seattle Washington Hillary Clinton[11]
Hi-Desert Star[12] Donald Trump August 25 Yucca Valley California No endorsement[13]
Santa Barbara News-Press[14] Donald Trump September 1 Santa Barbara California Donald Trump[15]
The Mercury News[16][b] Joe Biden September 5 San Jose California Hillary Clinton[17]
East Bay Times[18][b] Joe Biden September 5 Walnut Creek California Hillary Clinton[19]
Los Angeles Times[20] Joe Biden September 10 Los Angeles California Hillary Clinton[21]
The Berkshire Eagle[22] Joe Biden September 11 Pittsfield Massachusetts Hillary Clinton[23]
Brattleboro Reformer[24] Joe Biden September 13 Brattleboro Vermont None
Miami Herald[25][c] No endorsement September 17 Miami Florida Hillary Clinton
Kansas City Star[c] No endorsement September 17 Kansas City Missouri Hillary Clinton
The Sacramento Bee[c] No endorsement September 17 Sacramento California Hillary Clinton
The Charlotte Observer[c] No endorsement September 17 Charlotte North Carolina Hillary Clinton
The News & Observer[c] No endorsement September 17 Raleigh North Carolina Hillary Clinton
Fort Worth Star-Telegram[c] No endorsement September 17 Fort Worth Texas Not Donald Trump
Walla Walla Union-Bulletin[26] Joe Biden September 18 Walla Walla Washington Hillary Clinton[27]
Times Herald-Record[28] Joe Biden September 20 Middletown New York
Detroit Free Press[29] Joe Biden September 20 Detroit Michigan Hillary Clinton[30]
Orange County Register[31] No endorsement September 23 Anaheim California No endorsement[32]
Chicago Tribune[33] Joe Biden September 25 Chicago Illinois Gary Johnson[34]
The Baltimore Sun[35] Joe Biden September 25 Baltimore Maryland Hillary Clinton[36]
Lincoln Journal Star[37] Joe Biden September 26 Lincoln Nebraska Hillary Clinton[38]
The Oregonian[39] Joe Biden September 27 Portland Oregon None
Washington Post[40] Joe Biden September 28 Washington District of Columbia Hillary Clinton[41]
Times-Standard[42] Joe Biden October 1 Eureka California Hillary Clinton[43]
San Diego Union-Tribune[44] Joe Biden October 2 San Diego California Hillary Clinton[45]
San Francisco Chronicle[46] Joe Biden October 3 San Francisco California Hillary Clinton[47]
The Des Moines Register[48] Joe Biden October 3 Des Moines Iowa Hillary Clinton[49]
Las Vegas Review-Journal[50] Donald Trump October 3 Las Vegas Nevada Donald Trump[51]
Kennebec Journal[52] Joe Biden October 4 Augusta Maine Hillary Clinton[53]
Las Vegas Sun[54] Joe Biden October 4 Las Vegas Nevada Hillary Clinton[55]
The Scranton Times-Tribune[56] Joe Biden October 4 Scranton Pennsylvania Hillary Clinton[57]
Wisconsin State Journal[58] Joe Biden October 4 Madison Wisconsin Hillary Clinton[59]
The Repository[60] No endorsement October 4 Canton Ohio No endorsement[61]
Portland Press Herald[62] Joe Biden October 5 Portland Maine Hillary Clinton[63]
The New York Times[64][65] Joe Biden October 6 New York New York Hillary Clinton[66]
Boston Globe[67] Joe Biden October 7 Boston Massachusetts Hillary Clinton[68]
Arizona Daily Star[69] Joe Biden October 8 Tucson Arizona None
The Palm Beach Post[70] Joe Biden October 8 Palm Beach Florida None
Daily Herald[71] Joe Biden October 8 Arlington Heights Illinois Hillary Clinton[72]
The Gazette[73] Joe Biden October 8 Cedar Rapids Iowa Hillary Clinton[74]
Bangor Daily News[75] Joe Biden October 8 Bangor Maine Hillary Clinton[76]
Houston Chronicle[77] Joe Biden October 8 Houston Texas Hillary Clinton[78]
Kenosha News[79] Joe Biden October 8 Kenosha Wisconsin Hillary Clinton[80]
Tampa Bay Times[81] Joe Biden October 9 St. Petersburg Florida Hillary Clinton[82]
Minneapolis Star Tribune[83] Joe Biden October 9 Minneapolis Minnesota Hillary Clinton[84]
Daily Hampshire Gazette[85] Joe Biden October 9 Northampton Massachusetts Hillary Clinton[86]
St. Louis Post-Dispatch[87] Joe Biden October 10 St. Louis Missouri Hillary Clinton[88]
The York Dispatch[89] Joe Biden October 10 York Pennsylvania
The Keene Sentinel[90] Joe Biden October 10 Keene New Hampshire Hillary Clinton[91]
Newsday[92] Joe Biden October 10 Long Island New York Hillary Clinton[93]
The Press Democrat[94] Joe Biden October 10 Santa Rosa California Hillary Clinton[95]
Chico Enterprise-Record[96] Joe Biden October 11 Chico California None
Santa Cruz Sentinel[97] Joe Biden October 11 Santa Cruz California Hillary Clinton[98]
The News-Gazette[99][d] Joe Biden October 11 Champaign Illinois None
The Dispatch / The Rock Island Argus[100] Joe Biden October 11 Moline Illinois None
Quad-City Times[101] Joe Biden October 11 Davenport Iowa Hillary Clinton[102]
The Capital[103] Joe Biden October 11 Annapolis Maryland None
Omaha World-Herald[104] Joe Biden October 11 Omaha Nebraska Hillary Clinton[105]
The Star-Ledger[106] Joe Biden October 11 Newark New Jersey Hillary Clinton[107]
The Plain Dealer[108] Joe Biden October 11 Cleveland Ohio Hillary Clinton[109]
The Bulletin[110] Joe Biden October 11 Bend Oregon Hillary Clinton[111]
Philadelphia Inquirer[112] Joe Biden October 11 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Hillary Clinton[113]
The Citizens' Voice[114] Joe Biden October 11 Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania Hillary Clinton[115]
Beaumont Enterprise[116] Joe Biden October 11 Beaumont Texas Hillary Clinton[117]
San Antonio Express-News[118] Joe Biden October 11 San Antonio Texas Hillary Clinton[119]
Laredo Morning Times[120] Joe Biden October 13 Laredo Texas None
Marin Independent Journal[121] Joe Biden October 14 San Rafael California Hillary Clinton[122]
Columbus Dispatch[123] Joe Biden October 14 Columbus Ohio Hillary Clinton[124]
Honolulu Star-Advertiser[125] Joe Biden October 15 Honolulu Hawaii Hillary Clinton[126]
Asheville Citizen-Times[127] Joe Biden October 15 Asheville North Carolina Hillary Clinton[128]
The Ann Arbor News[129] No endorsement October 15 Ann Arbor Michigan Hillary Clinton[129]
The Grand Rapids Press[129] No endorsement October 15 Grand Rapids Michigan Hillary Clinton[129]
Stamford Advocate[130] Joe Biden October 16 Stamford Connecticut Hillary Clinton[131]
The Intelligencer[132] No endorsement October 16 Doylestown Pennsylvania
Bucks County Courier Times[132] No endorsement October 16 Levittown Pennsylvania
Buffalo News[133] Joe Biden October 17 Buffalo New York Hillary Clinton[134]
The Sun Chronicle[135] Joe Biden October 17 Attleboro Massachusetts
The Oklahoman No endorsement October 17 Oklahoma City Oklahoma Donald Trump[136]
The Decatur Daily[137] Joe Biden October 18 Decatur Alabama Hillary Clinton[138]
Times Union[139] Joe Biden October 18 Albany New York Hillary Clinton[140]
El Nuevo Día[141] Joe Biden October 18 Guaynabo Puerto Rico None
The Republican[142] Joe Biden October 18 Springfield Massachusetts Hillary Clinton[143]
Hartford Courant[144] Joe Biden October 18 Hartford Connecticut Hillary Clinton[145]
The Jersey Journal[146] Joe Biden October 18 Secaucus New Jersey Hillary Clinton[147]
Austin American-Statesman[148] Joe Biden October 18 Austin Texas None
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette[149][150][e] No endorsement October 18 Little Rock Arkansas No endorsement[151][152]
The Florida Times-Union[153][f] No endorsement October 18 Jacksonville Florida Donald Trump[154]
The Dominion Post[155] Joe Biden October 19 Morgantown West Virginia
USA Today[156][g] Joe Biden October 20 McLean Virginia Not Trump[157]
La Opinión[158] Joe Biden October 20 Los Angeles California Hillary Clinton[159]
Oroville Mercury-Register[160] Joe Biden October 22 Oroville California No endorsement[161]
The Record[162] Joe Biden October 23 Hackensack New Jersey Hillary Clinton[163]
The Durango Herald[164] Joe Biden October 23 Durango Colorado
The Salt Lake Tribune[165][h] No endorsement October 23 Salt Lake City Utah Hillary Clinton[166]
Valley News[167] Joe Biden October 24 Lebanon New Hampshire Hillary Clinton[168]
The Eagle-Tribune[169] Joe Biden October 24 North Andover Massachusetts Hillary Clinton[170]
New Hampshire Union Leader[171][i] Joe Biden October 24 Manchester New Hampshire Gary Johnson[172]
Savannah Morning News[173] No endorsement October 24 Savannah Georgia Donald Trump[174]
The Topeka Capital-Journal[175] Joe Biden October 24 Topeka Kansas Donald Trump[176]
Iowa City Press-Citizen[177] Joe Biden October 24 Iowa City Iowa Hillary Clinton[178]
Record-Journal[179] Joe Biden October 24 Meriden Connecticut None
The Daily Item[180] Joe Biden October 24 Sunbury Pennsylvania Hillary Clinton[181]
Vallejo Times-Herald[182] Joe Biden October 25 Vallejo California
Concord Monitor[183] Not Donald Trump October 25 Concord New Hampshire
The New York Sun[184] Donald Trump October 25 Manhattan New York
The Reporter[185] Joe Biden October 25 Vacaville California
Mankato Free Press[186] Joe Biden October 25 Mankato Minnesota Hillary Clinton[187]
The Philadelphia Tribune[188] Joe Biden October 25 Boston Massachusetts None
El Paso Times[189] Joe Biden October 25 El Paso Texas Hillary Clinton[190]
The Spokesman-Review[191][j] Donald Trump October 25 Spokane Washington Hillary Clinton[193]
The Gazette[194] Donald Trump October 25 Colorado Springs Colorado None
New York Post[195] Donald Trump October 26 New York New York
Gloucester Daily Times[196] Joe Biden October 26 Cape Ann Massachusetts None
The Times Record[197] Joe Biden October 26 Brunswick Maine None
The Daily News of Newburyport[198] Joe Biden October 26 Newburyport Massachusetts None
The Salem News[199] Joe Biden October 26 Salem Massachusetts Hillary Clinton[200]
The Washington Times[201] Donald Trump October 26 Washington District of Columbia Donald Trump[202]
Boston Herald[203] Donald Trump October 27 Boston Massachusetts No endorsement [204]
The Patriot-News[205] Joe Biden October 28 Mechanicsburg Pennsylvania None
Detroit News[206] No endorsement October 28 Detroit Michigan Gary Johnson[207]
The Citizen[208] Joe Biden October 29 Auburn New York
The Recorder[209] Joe Biden October 29 Greenfield Massachusetts
The Daily Nonpareil[210] Joe Biden October 30 Council Bluffs Iowa
Star Tribune[211] Joe Biden October 30 Minneapolis Minnesota
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram[212] Joe Biden October 30 Eau Claire Wisconsin
The Post-Standard[213] Joe Biden October 30 Syracuse New York Hillary Clinton[214]
Charleston Gazette-Mail[215] Joe Biden October 30 Charleston West Virginia
The Daily Star[216] Joe Biden October 30 Oneonta New York
Tribune-Star[217] Joe Biden October 30 Terre Haute Indiana Hillary Clinton[218]
The Clarion-Ledger[219] No endorsement October 30 Jackson Mississippi No endorsement[219]
Hattiesburg American[219] No endorsement October 30 Hattiesburg Mississippi No endorsement[219]
The Cincinnati Enquirer[220][k] No endorsement October 30 Cincinnati Ohio Hillary Clinton[221][222]
Columbia Daily Tribune[223] No endorsement October 31 Columbia Missouri
Long Beach Press-Telegram[224] No endorsement October 31 Long Beach California No endorsement[225]
The Daily News[226] No endorsement October 31 Batavia New York
The Herald Bulletin[227] Joe Biden October 31 Anderson Indiana Hillary Clinton[228]
The Tribune-Democrat[229] Joe Biden October 31 Johnstown Pennsylvania Hillary Clinton[230]
Republican-American[231] Donald Trump October 31 Waterbury Connecticut Donald Trump[231]
The Brunswick News[232] Donald Trump October 31 Brunswick Georgia
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette[233][l] Donald Trump November 1 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Hillary Clinton
The Blade[235][l] Donald Trump November 1 Toledo Ohio No endorsement[m]
Staten Island Advance[237] Joe Biden November 1 Staten Island New York
New York Daily News[238][n] Joe Biden November 1 New York New York Hillary Clinton[239]
Erie Times-News No endorsement November 1 Erie Pennsylvania
Journal Star[240] No endorsement November 1 Peoria Illinois
Wausau Pilot & Review[241] No endorsement November 1 Wausau Wisconsin
Times West Virginian[242] No endorsement November 1 Fairmont West Virginia
Herald-Whig[243] No endorsement November 1 Quincy Illinois
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal[244] No endorsement November 1 Tupelo Mississippi
St. Joseph News-Press[245] Donald Trump November 3 St. Joseph Missouri
  1. ^ After the 2008 election, the Chicago Sun-Times, along with other newspapers such as the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Dayton Daily News, Knoxville News Sentinel, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, St. Paul Pioneer Press, The Tuscaloosa News, and Sarasota Herald-Tribune, announced that they would discontinue their tradition of endorsements. In 2016, the Chicago Sun-Times reversed its decision.
  2. ^ a b The editorial boards of The Mercury News and the East Bay Times, which are both part of the Bay Area News Group, published a joint endorsement.
  3. ^ a b c d e f Following a new policy by the owning company McClatchy, the editorial boards of all of its 30 papers, including Miami Herald, Kansas City Star, Sacramento Bee, Charlotte Observer, The News & Observer, and Forth Worth Star-Telegram, will only be permitted to make a presidential endorsement if they conduct interviews with both candidates beforehand, an option not feasible for most local newspapers.
  4. ^ This was the first time this publication endorsed the Democratic presidential candidate in a general election.
  5. ^ The editorial suggests that Trump might be preferable to Biden, but does not outright endorse him.
  6. ^ The editor announced that the publication no longer had the resources to provide endorsements as a public service and that the 2016 endorsement was forced by the previous owners.
  7. ^ This is USA Today's first-ever explicit endorsement of a presidential candidate in its 38-year history.
  8. ^ In 2019, The Salt Lake Tribune re-organized as a non-profit corporation. It is therefore forbidden by federal law from making endorsements of candidates for political office.
  9. ^ This was the first time this publication endorsed a Democratic presidential candidate in a general election in 100 years.
  10. ^ The editorial was solely overseen by publisher William Stacey Cowles; the paper is owned by the Cowles Company. Two days after the editorial's publication, the paper announced it would no longer make political endorsements.[192]
  11. ^ The Enquirer stopped endorsing candidates in 2018.
  12. ^ a b This was the first time the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette endorsed a Republican since 1972 and the first time The Blade of Toledo, Ohio, endorsed a Republican since 1988,[234] after the 2018 consolidation of the two publications' editorial departments and the appointment of editorial page editor Keith Burris.
  13. ^ In 2016, The Blade published a voter guide but did not make an explicit endorsement of one candidate over another.[236]
  14. ^ Before this endorsement, the New York Daily News's editorial board published one of 99 reasons for their decision every day until election day, starting on July 27.

Weekly newspapersEdit

Newspaper 2020
endorsement
Endorsement
date
City State 2016
endorsement
The Chicago Crusader[246] Joe Biden March 17 Chicago Illinois Hillary Clinton[247]
News-Register[248] Joe Biden September 18 McMinnville Oregon
Black Voice News[249] Joe Biden September 21 Riverside California None
Bay Windows[250] Joe Biden September 23 Boston Massachusetts Hillary Clinton[250]
Between the Lines[250] Joe Biden September 23 Livonia Michigan Hillary Clinton[250]
Dallas Voice[250] Joe Biden September 23 Dallas Texas Hillary Clinton[250]
Gay City News[250] Joe Biden September 23 New York New York Hillary Clinton[250]
Philadelphia Gay News[250] Joe Biden September 23 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Hillary Clinton[250]
Washington Blade[250] Joe Biden September 23 Washington District of Columbia Hillary Clinton[250]
Windy City Times[250] Joe Biden September 23 Chicago Illinois Hillary Clinton[250]
The Georgia Voice[250] Joe Biden September 23 Atlanta Georgia Hillary Clinton[250]
Los Angeles Blade[250] Joe Biden September 23 Los Angeles California Hillary Clinton[250]
Watermark Online[250] Joe Biden September 23 Orlando Florida Hillary Clinton[250]
The Jewish Voice[251] Donald Trump September 23 New York New York Donald Trump[252]
Bay Area Reporter[250] Joe Biden September 23 San Francisco California Hillary Clinton[250]
La Gaceta[253] Joe Biden September 25 Tampa Florida Hillary Clinton[254]
The Charlotte Post[255] Joe Biden September 27 Charlotte North Carolina
Ouachita Citizen[256] Donald Trump September 30 West Monroe Louisiana
Charleston City Paper[257] Joe Biden September 30 Charleston South Carolina Hillary Clinton[258]
San Francisco Bay Guardian[259] Joe Biden October 1 San Francisco California Hillary Clinton[260]
South Florida Caribbean News[261] Joe Biden October 2 Miami Florida
Austin Chronicle[262] Joe Biden October 2 Austin Texas Hillary Clinton[263]
Colorado Springs Independent[264] Joe Biden October 7 Colorado Springs Colorado
Boulder Weekly[265] Joe Biden October 8 Boulder Colorado Hillary Clinton[266]
Monterey County Weekly[267] Joe Biden October 8 Seaside California Hillary Clinton[268]
News & Review[269] Joe Biden October 8 Sacramento California Hillary Clinton[270]
The Weekly Issue/El Semanario[271] Joe Biden October 9 Greenwood Village Colorado
Sentinel Colorado[272] Joe Biden October 12 Aurora Colorado
Winston-Salem Chronicle[273] Joe Biden October 14 Winston-Salem North Carolina
The Stranger[274] Joe Biden October 14 Seattle Washington Hillary Clinton[275]
Bernardsville News[276] Joe Biden October 14 Bernardsville New Jersey
Willamette Week[277] Joe Biden October 14 Portland Oregon Hillary Clinton[278]
The Georgetowner[279] Joe Biden October 14 Washington DC Hillary Clinton
The Capital Times[280] Joe Biden October 14 Madison Wisconsin Hillary Clinton[281]
The Martha's Vineyard Times[282] Joe Biden October 14 Martha's Vineyard Massachusetts Hillary Clinton[283]
Marysville Advocate[284] Joe Biden October 14 Marysville Kansas
Northwest Asian Weekly[285] Joe Biden October 15 Seattle Washington None
The Bay City Times[129] No endorsement October 15 Bay City Michigan Hillary Clinton[129]
The Flint Journal[129] No endorsement October 15 Flint Michigan Hillary Clinton[129]
Eugene Weekly[286] Joe Biden October 15 Eugene Oregon
The Skanner[287] Joe Biden October 16 Portland Oregon
The Jewish Press[288] Donald Trump October 21 New York New York Donald Trump
Washington Jewish Week[289] Joe Biden October 21 Rockville Maryland Hillary Clinton[290]
Crested Butte News[291] Joe Biden October 21 Crested Butte Colorado
The Source Weekly[292] Joe Biden October 21 Bend Oregon Hillary Clinton[293]
New York Carib News[294] Joe Biden October 21 New York New York
Baltimore Jewish Times[295] Joe Biden October 22 Owings Mills Maryland Hillary Clinton[296]
Irish Voice[297] Not Donald Trump October 23 New York New York
Falls Church News-Press[298] Joe Biden October 23 Falls Church Virginia Hillary Clinton[299]
Chicago Defender[300] Joe Biden October 23 Chicago Illinois Hillary Clinton[301]
The Philadelphia Tribune[302] Joe Biden October 23 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Hillary Clinton[303]
Orlando Weekly[304] Joe Biden October 23 Orlando Florida None
City Pulse[305] Joe Biden October 23 Lansing Michigan None
Caribbean National Weekly[306] Joe Biden October 23 Fort Lauderdale Florida None
Derry News[307] Joe Biden October 26 Derry New Hampshire
Louisiana Weekly[308] Joe Biden October 26 New Orleans Louisiana None
Idaho Mountain Express[309] Joe Biden October 28 Ketchum Idaho
Dorchester Reporter[310] Joe Biden October 28 Dorchester Massachusetts
The St. Louis American[311] Joe Biden October 28 St. Louis Missouri
Laurel Leader-Call[312] Donald Trump October 28 Laurel Mississippi
Madison County Journal[313] Donald Trump October 28 Ridgeland Mississippi
Storm Lake Times[314] Joe Biden October 28 Storm Lake Iowa
Oklahoma Eagle[315] Joe Biden October 29 Tulsa Oklahoma
Addison County Independent[316] Joe Biden October 29 Middlebury Vermont
Riverhead News Review[317] Joe Biden October 29 Mattituck New York
Anchorage Press[318] Brock Pierce October 29 Anchorage Alaska
Gary Crusader[319] Joe Biden October 29 Gary Indiana
Boston Irish Reporter[320] Joe Biden October 29 Boston Massachusetts
New Pittsburgh Courier[321] Joe Biden October 29 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
Shelter Island Reporter[322] Joe Biden October 30 Shelter Island New York
The Arab American News[323] Joe Biden October 30 Dearborn Michigan
The Irish Echo[324] Joe Biden October 31 New York New York
Tennessee Tribune[325] Joe Biden November 1 Nashville Tennessee

College and university newspapersEdit

Newspaper 2020
endorsement
Endorsement
date
City State 2016
endorsement
The Slate (Shippensburg University)[326] Vote your conscience September 29 Shippensburg Pennsylvania
The Maroon (Loyola University New Orleans)[327] Joe Biden October 1 New Orleans Louisiana
The Daily Illini (University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign)[328] Joe Biden October 1 Champaign Illinois
The Shorthorn (University of Texas at Arlington)[329] Joe Biden October 7 Arlington Texas None
The Beacon (University of Portland)[330] Joe Biden October 8 Portland Oregon Hillary Clinton[331]
The Justice (Brandeis University)[332] Joe Biden October 10 Waltham Massachusetts
Daily Bruin (University of California, Los Angeles)[333][334] Joe Biden October 12 Los Angeles California Hillary Clinton[335]
North Texas Daily (University of North Texas)[336] Joe Biden October 15 Denton Texas None
Iowa State Daily (Iowa State University) [337] Joe Biden October 18 Ames Iowa Hillary Clinton[338]
The Daily Iowan (University of Iowa) [339] Joe Biden October 18 Iowa City Iowa Hillary Clinton[340]
The Independent Florida Alligator (University of Florida)[341] Joe Biden October 19 Gainesville Florida Hillary Clinton[342]
The Emory Wheel (Emory University)[343] Joe Biden October 26 Atlanta Georgia
The Michigan Daily (University of Michigan)[344] Joe Biden October 26 Ann Arbor Michigan Hillary Clinton[345]
The Cornell Daily Sun (Cornell University)[346] Joe Biden October 27 Ithaca New York Hillary Clinton[347]
The Daily Pennsylvanian (University of Pennsylvania)[348] Joe Biden October 27 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Hillary Clinton[349]
The Sewanee Purple (Sewanee: The University of the South)[350] Joe Biden October 27 Sewanee Tennessee
The Miami Hurricane (University of Miami)[351] Joe Biden October 28 Coral Gables Florida
Whitman Wire (Whitman College)[352] Joe Biden October 28 Walla Walla Washington
The Rider News (Rider University)[353] Joe Biden October 28 Lawrenceville New Jersey
The Daily Californian (University of California, Berkeley)[354] Joe Biden October 29 Berkeley California
The Rocket (Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania)[355] Joe Biden October 30 Slippery Rock Pennsylvania
The Bowdoin Orient (Bowdoin College)[356] Joe Biden October 30 Brunswick Maine
The Daily Targum (Rutgers University)[357] Joe Biden October 30 New Brunswick New Jersey
The Columbia Chronicle (Columbia College Chicago)[358] Joe Biden October 30 Chicago Illinois
Coast Report (Orange Coast College)[359] Joe Biden October 30 Costa Mesa California
Daily Trojan (University of Southern California)[360] Joe Biden October 30 Los Angeles California
The Record (College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University)[361] Joe Biden October 30 St. Joseph Minnesota
The Dartmouth (Dartmouth College)[362] Joe Biden October 30 Hanover New Hampshire Hillary Clinton[363]
The Quad (West Chester University)[364] Joe Biden October 30 West Chester Pennsylvania
The Daily Cardinal (University of Wisconsin-Madison)[365] Joe Biden October 30 Madison Wisconsin
The Georgetown Voice (Georgetown University)[366] Joe Biden October 31 Washington D.C.
The Famuan (Florida A&M University)[367] Joe Biden November 1 Tallahassee Florida
The Crimson White (University of Alabama)[367] Joe Biden November 1 Tuscaloosa Alabama
The Pitt News (University of Pittsburgh)[368] Joe Biden November 2 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
Kent Stater (Kent State University)[369] Joe Biden November 2 Kent Ohio

High school newspapersEdit

Newspaper 2020
endorsement
Endorsement
date
City State 2016
endorsement
The Spectator (Stuyvesant High School)[370] Joe Biden November 3 New York City New York

MagazinesEdit

Magazine 2020
endorsement
Endorsement
date
2016
endorsement
Latino Magazine[371] Joe Biden
The Advocate[372] Joe Biden June 25
Scientific American[373][a] Joe Biden September 15 Not Donald Trump[374]
The New Yorker[375] Joe Biden September 28 Hillary Clinton[376]
Ami Magazine[377] Donald Trump September 30
The Nation[378] Joe Biden October 1
Surfer[379][b] Joe Biden October 1 None
Brown Girl Magazine[380] Joe Biden October 17
Rolling Stone[381] Joe Biden October 19 Hillary Clinton[382]
The Atlantic[383] Joe Biden October 22 Hillary Clinton[384]
Natural Gas World[385] Joe Biden October 26
Washington Examiner[386][c] Donald Trump October 26
Metro Weekly[387] Joe Biden October 29
Harper's Magazine[388] Joe Biden November 2
Christianity Today[389] No endorsement November 2
  1. ^ This was Scientific American's first-ever endorsement in a presidential race.
  2. ^ This was Surfer Magazine's first-ever endorsement in a presidential race.
  3. ^ The editor of the Washington Examiner, Seth Mandel, separately stated that he would not vote for Trump.[1]

Scientific journalsEdit

Journal 2020
endorsement
Endorsement
date
2016
endorsement
The Lancet Oncology[390] Joe Biden October 5 None
The New England Journal of Medicine[391][a] Not Donald Trump October 7 None
Nature[392] Joe Biden October 14
The Lancet[393] Change October 30 None
  1. ^ This was The New England Journal of Medicine's first-ever opinion on a presidential race in its 208-year history. (As it is owned by the non-profit Massachusetts Medical Society, it cannot legally endorse specific candidates for office.)

Foreign periodicalsEdit

Periodical 2020
endorsement
Endorsement
date
City Country 2016
endorsement
Kathimerini[394] Joe Biden June 3 Piraeus   Greece None
Waterloo Region Record[395] Joe Biden August 14 Kitchener   Canada
Global Times[396] Joe Biden August 21 Beijing   China
Libération[397] Joe Biden August 21 Paris   France
The Hindu[398] Joe Biden August 22 Chennai   India
Apple Daily[399] Donald Trump September 2 Tseung Kwan O New Town   Hong Kong
The Scotsman[400] Joe Biden October 11 Edinburgh   United Kingdom
Solidarity[401] Howie Hawkins October 14 London   United Kingdom Not Clinton / Not Trump[402]
Hindustan Times[403] Joe Biden October 23 New Delhi   India None
El Universal[404] Joe Biden October 25 Mexico City   Mexico None
The Guardian[405] Joe Biden October 28 London   United Kingdom Hillary Clinton
The Economist[406] Joe Biden October 29 London   United Kingdom Hillary Clinton
Toronto Star[407] Joe Biden October 30 Toronto   Canada Not Donald Trump[408]
The Irish Times[409] Joe Biden October 30 Dublin   Ireland
The Irish News[410] Joe Biden October 31 Belfast   Northern Ireland
The Sydney Morning Herald[411] Joe Biden November 1 Sydney   Australia Not Donald Trump[412]
The Globe and Mail[413] Joe Biden November 1 Toronto   Canada
The Age[414] Joe Biden November 1 Melbourne   Australia Hillary Clinton[415]
Times of Malta[416] Joe Biden November 1 Valletta   Malta Hillary Clinton[417]
Irish Independent[418] Joe Biden November 1 Dublin   Ireland
Village[419] Joe Biden November 1 Dublin   Ireland
Sunday Independent[420] Joe Biden November 1 Dublin   Ireland Hillary Clinton[421]
The Observer[422] Joe Biden November 1 London   United Kingdom Hillary Clinton[423]
Morning Star[424] Not Donald Trump November 2 London   United Kingdom
The Independent[425] Not Donald Trump November 2 London   United Kingdom
Haaretz[426] Not Donald Trump November 2 Tel Aviv   Israel
The Gleaner[427] Not Donald Trump November 3 Kingston   Jamaica Not Donald Trump[428]
Irish Examiner[429] Not Donald Trump November 3 Cork   Ireland
Jamaica Observer[430] Donald Trump or Joe Biden November 3 Kingston   Jamaica
Spiked[431] Not Joe Biden November 3 London   United Kingdom

Online news outletsEdit

Online news 2020
endorsement
Endorsement
date
City State 2016
endorsement
Secular Talk[432] Abstaining May 11 New York New York Jill Stein[433]
FITSNews[434] Jo Jorgensen October 2 Irmo South Carolina Donald Trump[434]
LA Progressive[435] Joe Biden October 5 Los Angeles California
cleveland.com[436] Joe Biden October 11 Cleveland Ohio
World Politics Review[437] Joe Biden October 14 Tampa Florida No endorsement[437]
AsAmNews[438] Joe Biden October 15 San Francisco California No endorsement[438]
Florida Armenians[439] Joe Biden October 26 Boca Raton Florida
Deerfield News[440] Joe Biden October 27 Deerfield Beach Florida
PennLive[441] Joe Biden October 31 Mechanicsburg Pennsylvania
Electrek[442] Joe Biden October 31
Vos Iz Neias?[232] Donald Trump November 1
The Sizzle Report[443] Joe Biden November 2

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