While most of Bush’s endorsements came early in the cycle, more than half of Rubio’s have come in the last month. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images File Photo)
With only a couple months to go before voters begin weighing in on their choice for president, just fewer than half of the members of Congress have made their favorite candidates known in the presidential race.
The presidential endorsement battle is one for institutional support, and Hillary Rodham Clinton is the clear leader. According to an analysis by CQ Roll Call, Clinton has the support of two-thirds of congressional Democrats, while fewer than a third of congressional Republicans have made their choice.
Who’s Lining Up Behind Who? Roll Call Endorsement Tracker