Newspaper endorsements in the United States presidential election, 2012

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Newspapers made endorsements of candidates in the United States presidential election, 2012, as follows. (The tables below also indicate which candidate each publication endorsed in the United States presidential election, 2008, where known.)

Barack Obama[edit]

The following newspapers endorsed Barack Obama for the 2012 presidential election:

Daily newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Largest reported
circulation
State 2008 endorsement
The New York Times[1] 1,265,839[2] New York Barack Obama
Chicago Tribune[3] 779,440[2] Illinois Barack Obama
San Jose Mercury News[4] 690,258[2] California Barack Obama
Detroit Free Press[5] 668,332[2] Michigan Barack Obama
Financial Times US[6] 337,700[2] United Kingdom Barack Obama
The Denver Post[7] 595,363[2] Colorado Barack Obama
Star Tribune (Minneapolis)[8] 544,186[2] Minnesota Barack Obama
The Philadelphia Inquirer[9] 517,310[2] Pennsylvania Barack Obama
Los Angeles Times[10] 512,744[2] California Barack Obama
The Washington Post[11] 507,615[2] District of Columbia Barack Obama
The Plain Dealer (Cleveland)[12] 440,968[2] Ohio Barack Obama
Tampa Bay Times (St. Petersburg)[13] 432,202[2] Florida Barack Obama
The Star-Ledger[14] (Newark) 413,472[2] New Jersey Barack Obama
The Boston Globe[15] 365,512[2] Massachusetts Barack Obama
San Antonio Express-News[16] 353,572[2] Texas John McCain
The Seattle Times[17] 346,589[2] Washington Barack Obama
St. Louis Post-Dispatch[18] 333,529[2] Missouri Barack Obama
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette[19] 318,962[2] Pennsylvania Barack Obama
The Kansas City Star[20] 310,487[2] Missouri Barack Obama
San Francisco Chronicle[21] 296,874[2] California Barack Obama
The Sacramento Bee[22] 271,610[2] California Barack Obama
Hartford Courant[23] 256,900[2] Connecticut Barack Obama
The San Francisco Examiner[24] 255,527[25] California John McCain
Las Vegas Sun[26] 252,174[2][27] Nevada Barack Obama
The Buffalo News[28] 233,069[2] New York Barack Obama
The Courier-Journal (Louisville)[29] 232,811[2] Kentucky Barack Obama
Honolulu Star-Advertiser[30] 224,973[2] Hawaii Barack Obama
(Endorsement was from The Honolulu Advertiser in 2008)
The Charlotte Observer[31] 216,862[2] North Carolina Barack Obama
The Miami Herald[32] 212,541[2] Florida Barack Obama
The News & Observer (Raleigh)[33] 196,219[2] North Carolina Barack Obama
The Baltimore Sun[34] 195,561[2] Maryland Barack Obama
The Record (Hackensack)[35] 167,969[2] New Jersey Barack Obama
Contra Costa Times[36] 175,535[37] California Barack Obama
Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester)[38] 154,922[2] New York Barack Obama
The Fresno Bee[39] 154,873[2] California Barack Obama
Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)[40] 154,715[2] Arizona Barack Obama
Asbury Park Press[41] 150,646[2] New Jersey Barack Obama
The Salt Lake Tribune[42] 140,628[2] Utah Barack Obama
Toledo Blade[43] 127,953[2] Ohio Barack Obama
Times Union (Albany)[44] 125,506[2] New York Barack Obama
Akron Beacon Journal[45] 122,598[2] Ohio Barack Obama
The Providence Journal[46] 122,377[2] Rhode Island Barack Obama
The Patriot-News (Harrisburg)[47] 118,655[2] Pennsylvania Barack Obama
Lexington Herald-Leader[48] 115,737[2] Kentucky Barack Obama
The News Journal (Wilmington)[49] 111,344[2] Delaware Barack Obama
The News Tribune (Tacoma)[50] 105,207[2] Washington Barack Obama
The Republican (Springfield)[51] 103,330[2] Massachusetts John McCain
Philadelphia Daily News[52] Pennsylvania Barack Obama
La Opinión (Los Angeles)[53] 95,148[2] California
El Paso Times[54] 91,972[2] Texas John McCain
Ventura County Star[55] 80,494[2] California
Chattanooga Times Free Press (Times editorial)[56] 75,336[2] Tennessee Barack Obama
Winston-Salem Journal[57] 74,066[2] North Carolina John McCain
Erie Times-News[58] 69,659[2] Pennsylvania Barack Obama
Lincoln Journal Star[59] 68,816[2] Nebraska John McCain
The Charleston Gazette[60] 66,633[2] West Virginia Barack Obama
The Vindicator (Youngstown)[61] 60,205[2] Ohio Barack Obama
Kalamazoo Gazette[62] 56,079[2] Michigan No endorsement
Bangor Daily News[63] 52,093[2] Maine Barack Obama
The Herald (Everett)[64] 50,795[2] Washington No endorsement
Asheville Citizen-Times[65] 48,653[2] North Carolina Barack Obama
The Free Lance–Star (Fredricksburg)[66] 47,665[2] Virginia
The Times-Tribune (Scranton)[67] 47,131[2] Pennsylvania Barack Obama
Post-Bulletin (Rochester)[68] Minnesota Barack Obama
Montgomery Advertiser[69] 44,010[2] Alabama Barack Obama
Staten Island Advance[70] 42,899[2] New York
The Burlington Free Press[71] 35,299[2] Vermont Barack Obama
La Crosse Tribune[72] 34,339[2] Wisconsin Barack Obama
Muskegon Chronicle[73] 34,179[2] Michigan Barack Obama
Daily Camera (Boulder)[74] 32,753[2] Colorado Barack Obama
Marin Independent Journal[75] 32,150[76] California Barack Obama
TimesDaily (Florence)[77] Alabama Barack Obama
The Berkshire Eagle (Pittsfield)[78] 26,201[2] Massachusetts Barack Obama
The Monterey County Herald[79] 26,000[2] California Barack Obama
Mansfield News Journal[80] 25,893[2] Ohio Barack Obama
Wausau Daily Herald[81] 25,060[2] Wisconsin Barack Obama
Las Cruces Sun-News[82] 24,167[2] New Mexico Barack Obama
The Decatur Daily[83] Alabama Barack Obama
The Herald (Rock Hill)[84] 22,948[2] South Carolina Barack Obama
The Santa Fe New Mexican[85] 20,781[2] New Mexico Barack Obama
Valley News (Lebanon)[86] New Hampshire Barack Obama
The News Leader (Staunton)[87] 16,166[2] Virginia Barack Obama
Chillicothe Gazette[88] 10,054[2] Ohio
Del Rio News-Herald[89] Texas
Oakland Tribune[90] California Barack Obama
The Keene Sentinel[91] 9,978[2] New Hampshire Barack Obama
The Portsmouth Herald[92] 9,807[2] New Hampshire Barack Obama
The Durango Herald[93] Colorado Barack Obama
The Daily Astorian[94] 8,000[95] Oregon Barack Obama
The Aspen Times[96] 9,000[97] Colorado Barack Obama
Post Independent (Glenwood Springs)[98] 9,000[99] Colorado
The Anniston Star[100] 18,985[2] Alabama Barack Obama
AnnArbor.com[101] 34,923[2] Michigan No endorsement
(as The Ann Arbor News)
Haaretz (Tel Aviv)[102] 95,000[103] Israel
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)[104] Canada
Santa Maria Times (California)[105] 17,943[2] California Barack Obama
The Hawk Eye[106] Iowa Barack Obama
Stamford Advocate[107] 21,549[2] Connecticut Barack Obama
The Enterprise (Brockton)[108] 27,702[2] Massachusetts Barack Obama

Weekly newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Largest reported
circulation
State 2008 endorsement
The Phoenix[109] Massachusetts Barack Obama
The Stranger (Seattle)[110] 67,999[111] Washington Barack Obama
Arkansas Times (Little Rock)[112] 26,033[113] Arkansas Barack Obama
Aurora Sentinel[114] 36,000[115] Colorado Barack Obama
The Flint Journal[116] 66,622[2] Michigan Barack Obama
Montclair Times[117] 7,814[118] New Jersey
Eugene Weekly[119] 37,576[120] Oregon Barack Obama
Northwest Asian Weekly (Seattle)[121] 25,000[122] Washington
The Austin Chronicle[123] 82,772[124] Texas Barack Obama
The Capital Times (Madison; 2x weekly)[125] online Wisconsin Barack Obama
St. Louis American[126] 66,000[127] Missouri Barack Obama
Falls Church News-Press[128] 30,000 Virginia Barack Obama
Washington City Paper[129] 68,059[130] District of Columbia Barack Obama
Tucson Weekly[131] 45,583[132] Arizona Barack Obama
East Bay Express (Oakland)[133] 42,696[134] California
La Prensa (Toledo)[135] Ohio
Jackson Free Press[136] 17,000[137] Mississippi Barack Obama
Sacramento News & Review[138] 70,539[139] California Barack Obama
The Vermont Standard (Woodstock)[140] Vermont
Dorchester Reporter[141] 6,000[142] Massachusetts Barack Obama
City Newspaper (Rochester)[143] 40,000[144] New York Barack Obama
The Medfield Press[145] Massachusetts Barack Obama
Willamette Week (Portland)[146] 90,000[124] Oregon Barack Obama
The Seward Phoenix Log[147] 1,865[148] Alaska
The Malibu Times[149] 12,000[150] California
Santa Barbara Independent[151] 40,000[124] California Barack Obama
Boulder Weekly[152] 25,000[124] Colorado Barack Obama
Colorado Springs Independent[153] 36,000[124] Colorado Barack Obama
Seattle Medium[154] 13,500[155] Washington
Cincinnati CityBeat[156] 40,000[124] Ohio Barack Obama
The Athens NEWS (2x-weekly)[157] 18,018[124] Ohio Barack Obama

Magazines[edit]

Magazine Largest reported
circulation
State 2008 endorsement
The New Yorker[158] 1,043,792[159] New York Barack Obama
The Economist[160] 847,313 (North American Edition)[159] United Kingdom Barack Obama
The Nation[161] 140,787[159] New York Barack Obama

College and university newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Institution Largest reported
circulation
State 2008 endorsement
The Michigan Daily[162] University of Michigan Michigan Barack Obama
The Harvard Crimson[163] Harvard University Massachusetts Barack Obama
Columbia Daily Spectator[164] Columbia University 8,000[165] New York Barack Obama
Central Michigan Life[166] Central Michigan University 13,500 Michigan Barack Obama
Daily Athenaeum[167] West Virginia University West Virginia Barack Obama
Daily Nebraskan[168] University of Nebraska–Lincoln Nebraska
Yale Daily News[169] Yale University Connecticut Barack Obama
The Emory Wheel[170] Emory University Georgia
The Daily Orange[171] Syracuse University New York
The Brown Daily Herald[172] Brown University Rhode Island
The Daily Princetonian[173] Princeton University New Jersey
The Tufts Daily[174] Tufts University Massachusetts Barack Obama
The Justice[175] Brandeis University Massachusetts Barack Obama
The Daily Californian[176] University of California, Berkeley California Barack Obama
UCSD Guardian[177] University of California, San Diego California
Daily Bruin[178] University of California, Los Angeles California Barack Obama
Daily 49er[179] California State University, Long Beach California
The Post[180] Ohio University 10,000 Ohio Barack Obama
The Spartan Daily[181] San Jose State University California
Arizona Daily Wildcat[182] University of Arizona Arizona Barack Obama
The Daily Iowan[183] University of Iowa Iowa Barack Obama
The Maneater[184] University of Missouri Missouri Barack Obama
The Pitt News[185] University of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Barack Obama
The Criterion[186] Colorado Mesa University Colorado John McCain

Mitt Romney[edit]

The following newspapers endorsed Mitt Romney for the 2012 presidential election:

Daily newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Largest reported
circulation
State 2008 endorsement
Houston Chronicle[187] 916,934[2] Texas Barack Obama
Dallas Morning News[188] 702,848[2] Texas John McCain
Daily News (New York)[189] 579,636[2] New York Barack Obama
New York Post[190] 555,327[2] New York John McCain
The Arizona Republic (Phoenix)[191] 538,579[2] Arizona John McCain
Newsday[192] 471,662[2] New York Barack Obama
U-T San Diego[193] 296,331[2] California John McCain
Orlando Sentinel[194] 288,328[2] Florida Barack Obama
The Cincinnati Enquirer[195] 278,607[2] Ohio John McCain
Fort Worth Star-Telegram[196] 275,345[2] Texas Barack Obama
The Columbus Dispatch[197] 264,802[2] Ohio John McCain
The Tampa Tribune[198] 262,369[2] Florida John McCain
South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale)[199] 245,869[2] Florida Barack Obama
Las Vegas Review-Journal[200] 220,619[2] Nevada John McCain
The Des Moines Register[201] 216,648[2] Iowa Barack Obama
The Tennessean (Nashville)[202] 216,434[2] Tennessee Barack Obama
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review[203] 202,230[2] Pennsylvania John McCain
The Oklahoman (Oklahoma City)[204] 187,240[2] Oklahoma John McCain
Omaha World-Herald[205] 168,403[2] Nebraska John McCain
Richmond Times-Dispatch[206] 162,769[2] Virginia John McCain
The Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville)[207] 157,559[2] Florida No endorsement
The Press-Enterprise (Riverside)[208] 156,545[2] California John McCain
The Grand Rapids Press[209] 149,667[2] Michigan John McCain
The Detroit News[210] 133,508[2] Michigan John McCain
Tulsa World[211] 133,066[2] Oklahoma John McCain
Wisconsin State Journal (Madison)[212] 112,677[2] Wisconsin Barack Obama
Boston Herald[213] 108,548[2] Massachusetts John McCain
Daily Herald (Arlington Heights)[214] 106,326[2] Illinois Barack Obama
Albuquerque Journal[215] 102,150[2] New Mexico
Los Angeles Daily News[216] 97,606[2] California Barack Obama
The Times of Northwest Indiana (Munster)[217] 91,627[2] Indiana John McCain
Florida Today (Melbourne)[218] 89,258[2] Florida Barack Obama
The Spokesman-Review (Spokane)[219] 87,694[2] Washington John McCain
Naples Daily News[220] 86,558[2] Florida Barack Obama
The Gazette (Colorado Springs)[221] 84,661[2] Colorado No endorsement
Press-Telegram (Long Beach)[222] 82,556[2] California Barack Obama
Green Bay Press-Gazette[223] 80,870[2] Wisconsin John McCain
North County Times (Escondido)[224] 80,789[2] California John McCain
Telegram & Gazette (Worcester)[225] 79,958[2] Massachusetts Barack Obama
Daily Breeze (Torrance)[226] 75,352[2] California Barack Obama
Quad-City Times (Davenport)[227] 70,051[2] Iowa Barack Obama
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin (Ontario)[228] 63,553[2] California Barack Obama
The San Bernardino Sun[229] 62,536[2] California Barack Obama
Cedar Rapids Gazette[230] 60,485[2] Iowa John McCain
Reno Gazette-Journal[231] 53,562[2] Nevada Barack Obama
The Columbian (Vancouver)[232] 51,764[2] Washington Barack Obama
The Times (Shreveport)[233] 51,297[2] Louisiana Barack Obama
The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead[234] 49,880[2] North Dakota John McCain
The Sun (Lowell)[235] 48,213[2] Massachusetts John McCain
Statesman Journal (Salem)[236] 45,218[2] Oregon Barack Obama
Savannah Morning News[237] 46,326[2] Georgia John McCain
Billings Gazette[238] 44,937[2] Montana Barack Obama
Lubbock Avalanche-Journal[239] 44,681[2] Texas John McCain
New Hampshire Union Leader (Manchester)[240] 44,665[2] New Hampshire John McCain
The Pueblo Chieftain[241] 41,428[2] Colorado John McCain
Pasadena Star-News[242] 40,485[2] California Barack Obama
The Intelligencer (Doylestown)[243] 40,045[2] Pennsylvania Barack Obama
Journal & Courier (Lafayette)[244] 34,630[2] Indiana Barack Obama
Mitchell Daily Republic[245] South Dakota
Sun Journal (Lewiston)[246] Maine
Sioux City Journal[247] 36,123[2] Iowa John McCain
The Southern Illinoisan (Carbondale)[248] 33,782[2] Illinois John McCain
Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake)[249] 34,458[2] Illinois John McCain
Cape Cod Times[250] 39,970[2] Massachusetts Barack Obama
The Bismarck Tribune[251] 29,145[2] North Dakota John McCain
The Intelligencer & Wheeling News Register[252] 25,556[2] West Virginia John McCain
The Daily Reflector (Greenville)[253] 20,177[2] North Carolina Barack Obama
Longmont Times-Call[254] 19,062[2] Colorado John McCain
The Daily Tribune (Royal Oak)[255] 6,180[2] Michigan Barack Obama
Cherokee Tribune[256] (Canton) 4,771[2] Georgia
The Journal (Martinsburg)[257] 16,851[2] West Virginia John McCain
Weirton Daily Times[258] 4,574[2] West Virginia John McCain
The Parkersburg News and Sentinel[259] 28,044[2] West Virginia John McCain
The Inter-Mountain (Elkins)[260] 9,037[2] West Virginia John McCain
The Messenger (Fort Dodge)[261] 15,237[2] Iowa John McCain
The Daily News (Galveston)[262] Texas John McCain
Sentinel & Enterprise (Fitchburg)[263] 15,031[2] Massachusetts Barack Obama
Grand Junction Daily Sentinel[264] 26,654[2] Colorado John McCain
Estherville Daily News[265] Iowa
Pensacola News Journal[266] Florida Barack Obama
Casper Star-Tribune[267] 24,791[2] Wyoming Barack Obama
Bluefield Daily Telegraph[268] 16,138[2] West Virginia Barack Obama
Duluth News Tribune[269] Minnesota John McCain
Charleston Daily Mail[270] 17,879[2] West Virginia John McCain
The Star-Herald (Scottsbluff)[271] 12,864[2] Nebraska
The Washington Examiner[272] District of Columbia John McCain
The Joplin Globe[273] 20,414[2] Missouri Barack Obama
Quincy Herald-Whig[274] 20,419[2] Illinois
Sauk Valley Telegraph & Gazette (Dixon & Sterling)[275] 18,301[2] Illinois John McCain
The Lima News[276] 36,848[2] Ohio No endorsement
Tyler Morning Telegraph[277] 30,421[2] Texas John McCain
The Telegraph (Nashua)[278] 22,169[2] New Hampshire Barack Obama
The Bemidji Pioneer[279] 10,715[280] Minnesota John McCain
Danville Register & Bee[281] 17,407[2] Virginia John McCain
San Angelo Standard-Times[282] 22,101[2] Texas Barack Obama
The Washington Times[283] 38,587[284] District of Columbia John McCain
The Herald-Dispatch (Huntington)[285] 28,287[2] West Virginia Barack Obama
The Daily Courier (Prescott)[286] 14,405[287] Arizona John McCain
Casa Grande Dispatch[288] 7,289[2] Arizona John McCain
Minot Daily News[289] 16,535[2] North Dakota John McCain
Waco Tribune-Herald[290] 36,716[2] Texas John McCain
Laredo Morning Times[291] 14,018[2] Texas
The Morning Journal (Lorain)[292] 22,487[2] Ohio John McCain
Grand Forks Herald[293] 27,636[294] North Dakota John McCain
The News-Sentinel (Fort Wayne)[295] 16,173[2] Indiana John McCain

Weekly/monthly newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Largest reported
circulation
State 2008 endorsement
The New York Observer[296] 52,000[297] New York Barack Obama
Chicago Jewish Star[298] (2x monthly) 17,500[299] Illinois John McCain
Sun Prairie Star[300] 4,400[301] Wisconsin
New Richmond News[302] 5,000[303] Wisconsin John McCain
South Washington County Bulletin[304] Minnesota

Magazines[edit]

Magazine Largest reported
circulation
State 2008 endorsement
The National Interest[305] District of Columbia
National Review[306] 166,755[134] New York John McCain

Gary Johnson[edit]

The following newspapers endorsed Gary Johnson for the 2012 presidential election:

Daily newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Largest reported
circulation
State 2008 endorsement
Chattanooga Times Free Press (Free Press editorial)[307] 75,336 Tennessee John McCain

Weekly newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Largest reported
circulation
State 2008 endorsement
Saint Joseph Telegraph[308] Missouri No endorsement

Jill Stein[edit]

The following newspapers endorsed Jill Stein for the 2012 presidential election:

Weekly newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Largest reported
circulation
State 2008 endorsement
Maui Time Weekly (Wailuku)[309] 18,000[124] Hawaii

College and university newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Institution Largest reported
circulation
State 2008 endorsement
The Georgetown Voice[310] Georgetown University 6,000[311] District of Columbia Barack Obama

No endorsement[edit]

Discontinued endorsing candidates[edit]

No endorsement in 2012[edit]

Other[edit]

  • The Post-Standard (Syracuse) -- Listed itself as "undecided" and criticized both candidates. Endorsed Barack Obama in 2008.[329]

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