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Endorsement (alternatively spelt "indorsement") may refer to:
- a testimonial, a written or spoken statement endorsing, promoting or advertising a product.
- Political endorsement, the action of publicly declaring one's personal or group's support of a candidate for election to political office or for one or more of their policies
- a form added to an insurance policy to modify its terms
- a signature on a negotiable instrument such as a check (cheque), indicating a person's intent to become a party to the instrument
- Blank endorsement, a signature given without indicating the instrument's payee
- a note added to a driver's license, often to record a traffic offense
- Endorsement test, the separation between state and religion as tested by the United States Supreme Court
- Forged endorsement, a legal description of forged endorsement.
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