Who to pick? National endorsements may help
If you're wondering who to pick in Ohio's March 4 presidential primary, here's a handy-dandy list of national endorsements for the candidates compiled by Malia Rulon:
Sen. Edward Kennedy, Massachusetts
Former presidential nominee, Sen. John Kerry, Massachusetts.
Sen. Patrick Leahy, Vermont, chairman of the Judiciary Committee
Gov. Janet Napolitano, Arizona
Gov. Deval Patrick, Massachusetts
Two-time presidential candidate and former Sen. Gary Hart, Colorado
Former player for the New York Knicks and Sen. Bill Bradley, New Jersey
Caroline Kennedy, daughter of former President Kennedy
Rep. Patrick Kennedy, Rhode Island
TV host Oprah Winfrey
Gov. Ted Strickland, Ohio
Gov. Ed Rendell, Pennsylvania
Gov. Jon Corzine, New Jersay
Sen. Charles Schumer, N.Y.
Sen. Evan Bayh, Ind.
Sen. Bill Nelson, Florida
Former Vice President Walter F. Mondale.
Former vice presidential candidate Geraldine A. Ferraro
Retired Gen. Wesley K. Clark, a 2004 presidential candidate
Filmmaker Steven Spielberg
Director Rob Reiner
Actress Barbra Streisand
American Federation of Teachers
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
The New York Times
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, also a former presidential contender
Gov. Charlie Crist, Florida
Gov. Mitch Daniels, Indiana
Sen. Joe Lieberman, Connecticut, a former vice presidential nominee
Sen. Mel Martinez, Florida
Sen. Lindsey Graham, South Carolina
Sen. Sam Brownback, Kansas
Former Sen. Mike DeWine, Ohio
Former Secretary of Homeland Security and Gov. Tom Ridge, Pennsylvania
Former Army General Norman Schwarzkopf
Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and Rep. Jack Kemp, also a former vice presidential nominee
Sen. Orrin Hatch, Utah
Sen. Bob Bennett, Utah
Sen. Thad Cochran, Miss.
Sen. Jim DeMint, S.C.
Sen. Judd Gregg, N.H.
Rep. Ron Lewis, Kentucky
Rep. Hal Rogers, Kentucky
Rep. Ed Whitfield, Kentucky
Rep. Ralph Regula, Ohio
Rep. Tom Tancredo, Colorado
Jerry Falwell, Jr., president of Liberty University and son of Jerry Falwell
Actor Chuck Norris
Former Gov. David Beasley, South Carolina
Gov. Mike Rounds, South Dakota
Ed Rollins, Republican strategist and former Reagan campaign director
Rep. John Boozman, Arkansas
Rep. Duncan Hunter, California
Rep. Bob Inglis, S.C.
Rep. John Linder, Ga.
Rep. Don Young, Alaska