Who does your member of Congress support for president?

This list was com­piled through con­ver­sa­tions with the 55 mem­bers of Cali­for­nia’s con­gres­sion­al del­eg­a­tion and their staffs, news re­ports and so­cial me­dia state­ments. It will be up­dated as mem­bers make or change en­dorse­ments. Mem­bers marked as “none” either have not en­dorsed a can­did­ate, or it was un­clear if they have. Send up­dates to sarah.wire@latimes.com.

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This list was up­dated June 7, 2016

Name Hometown Party Endorsement Reasoning Attending the convention
Rep. Sam Farr Carmel D Clinton The retiring congressman's staff said he will support Clinton. No
Rep. Duncan Hunter Alpine R Trump Originally endorsed former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee. He was one of the first House members to support Trump. No
Rep. Ed Royce Fullerton R Trump “I have always voted for the Republican nominee and will do so again this year because a third term of the Obama-Clinton administration would be disastrous for Southern California families and our nation.” No
Rep. Paul Cook Yucca Valley R Trump "While we don't agree on every subject, our country can't afford Hillary Clinton as president," Cook said in a statement. No
Rep. Steve Knight Palmdale R None "We still got a convention. And they are not going to cancel the convention and he still hasn't gotten enough delegates. So until that happens, I think this is a moot point, I think this is something for sensationalism," Knight said. No
Rep. Doug LaMalfa Richvale R Trump Initially backed Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, then Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. LaMalfa said he was pleased to see Trump and Republican leadership meet and talk about bringing the party together. “I think that’s going to be very constructive moving forward,” LaMalfa said. “A unified party and Mr. Trump being able to hear us will be very important.” No
Rep. Pete Aguilar Redlands D Clinton Aguilar told the San Bernardino Sun he voted early for Hillary Clinton. Not sure
Rep. Ami Bera Elk Grove D Clinton Bera told the Sacramento Bee that Clinton is the only candidate running with a breadth of knowledge and who can hit the ground running. But he added that Sanders is forcing her to talk about issues people care about. Not sure
Rep. Lois Capps Santa Barbara D Clinton "I know that she will be a constant champion for American families," the retiring Capps wrote on Facebook. Not sure
Rep. Jim Costa Fresno D Clinton "Many challenges face our nation and California, and we need someone who is going [to] build on the opportunities that have always been the promise of America," Costa said in a statement released by the Clinton campaign. Not sure
Sen. Dianne Feinstein San Francisco D Clinton Feinstein signed a letter with all other female Senators asking Clinton to run for President in 2016. Not sure
Rep. Jerry McNerney Stockton D Clinton McNerney told the Huffington Post he's supporting Clinton for her plans to combat climate change. "Hillary is setting an aggressive, forward-thinking national energy agenda that aims to double down on the progress we’ve seen over the last several years," he said. Not sure
Rep. Raul Ruiz Palm Desert D Clinton Endorsed by President Bill Clinton in 2012. Not sure
Rep. Loretta Sanchez Santa Ana D Clinton Longtime Clinton supporter Not sure
Rep. Norma J. Torres Pomona D Clinton Torres initially said she wanted to hear more from the candidates on immigration reform. She endorsed Clinton a week before the California primary. Not sure
Rep. David Valadao Hanford R None "I am disappointed with the divisive rhetoric coming from this Presidential Election and cannot support either candidate. I cannot back a candidate who denigrates people based on their ethnicity, religion, or disabilities." Not sure
Rep. Karen Bass Los Angeles D Clinton "With the stakes higher than ever this election season, she’s the only one left standing between Trump and the White House," she wrote on Facebook. Yes
Rep. Xavier Becerra Los Angeles D Clinton "You want someone who has been there and done that and knows how to do it," Becerra said. "To me she is head-and-shoulders above the rest." Yes
Sen. Barbara Boxer Coachella Valley D Clinton Clinton and Boxer arrived in Washington the same year. "We've had a very special relationship. I've watched her grow. Her candidacy is historic, it is historic on so many levels," Boxer said. Yes
Rep. Julia Brownley Westlake Village D Clinton Brownley told Politico, “In a presidential year for Democrats, more people come to the polls, so couple that with Hillary Clinton, a woman running for president, I think intensifies it and brings it to another level, where 2016 will hopefully be the year of women.” Yes
Rep. Tony Cárdenas Los Angeles D Clinton "Secretary Clinton is in a position to break through a tremendous glass ceiling in America, and it is my fervent hope that when she reaches the White House, she will reach back down and pull others up behind her," Cárdenas told Latin Post. Yes
Rep. Judy Chu Monterey Park D Clinton "I proudly endorse Hillary Clinton, who I know stands for the rights of ALL Americans. I am so excited to work with her over the course of her campaign and fight for American workers and families," Chu wrote on Facebook. Yes
Rep. Susan A. Davis San Diego D Clinton Her staff said in February that she supports Clinton. Yes
Rep. Mark DeSaulnier Concord D Clinton DeSaulnier said he weighed choosing Sanders before deciding to support Clinton, who he called "the most prepared person in my lifetime" for the presidency. Yes
Rep. Anna G. Eshoo Menlo Park D Clinton Longtime Clinton supporter Yes
Rep. John Garamendi Walnut Grove D Clinton He was the Deputy Interior Secretary under President Bill Clinton. "I have long admired Hillary Clinton’s focus on improving the lives of American families," Garamendi wrote on Facebook. Yes
Rep. Janice Hahn Los Angeles D Clinton "Everyday Americans need a champion, and Hillary’s ready to be that champion,” Hahn wrote on Facebook. Yes
Rep. Michael M. Honda San Jose D Clinton "I believe she has the experience and track record to continue moving our country forward," he wrote on Facebook. Yes
Rep. Jared Huffman San Rafael D Clinton "I just became very comfortable with Secretary Clinton's positions and always very impressed with the way she had put her campaign on a very firm footing." Yes
Rep. Ted Lieu Torrence D Clinton Lieu is a Lt. Col. in the U.S. Air Force Reserves. He wrote praise on Clinton's website for her bipartisan work as senator to expand veterans' benefits. "On this campaign she has laid out a comprehensive plan to enhance support for our veterans, including a commitment to fight any efforts to the weaken the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill." Yes
Rep. Zoe Lofgren San Jose D Clinton "I am proud to endorse Hillary Clinton, a strong advocate for immigration reform," Lofgren wrote on Facebook. Yes
Rep. Doris Matsui Sacramento D Clinton Worked in the Clinton White House: "She was remarkable in her commitment and her attitude about those issues, which really drove her. Her head and her heart were always there." Yes
Rep. Grace F. Napolitano Norwalk D Clinton Has attended multiple Clinton fundraisers, endorsed her on Twitter Yes
Rep. Scott Peters San Diego D Clinton "She will fight for voting rights for all Americans, to fix our broken immigration system, and to make sure everyone has a fair shot and an opportunity to earn a better life," he wrote on Facebook. Yes
Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard Downey D Clinton Roybal-Allard endorsed Clinton's 2008 race and has held several campaign events for her in 2016. Yes
Rep. Linda T. Sanchez Whittier D Clinton Sanchez endorsed Clinton in an Op-Ed in La Opinion, writing, "We need a president who will never stop fighting for families like these, and I believe with all my heart that president should and will be Hillary Clinton." Yes
Rep. Adam B. Schiff Burbank D Clinton "Proud to support such a brilliant and experienced public servant; with all the national security challenges we face, we couldn't have a more capable Commander-in-Chief than Secretary Clinton," Schiff said on Facebook."Proud to support such a brilliant and experienced public servant; with all the national security challenges we face, we couldn't have a more capable Commander-in-Chief than Secretary Clinton," Schiff wrote on Facebook. Yes
Rep. Brad Sherman Sherman Oaks D Clinton "I am proud to endorse Hillary Clinton, who is committed to working for American families," he wrote on Facebook. Yes
Rep. Jackie Speier Hillsborough D Clinton Longtime Clinton supporter who has hosted fundraisers for her. Yes
Rep. Eric Swalwell Dublin D Clinton Was the only member of Congress to back former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley. "Many in the campaign knew of [my] personal friendship with Gov. O'Malley," Swalwell said. "I really admire Secretary Clinton and will do everything I can." Yes
Rep. Mark Takano Riverside D Clinton "Hillary is the right candidate to grow our economy, help our families, and keep America safe." Yes
Rep. Mike Thompson St. Helena D Clinton "She put forward a comprehensive plan of commonsense steps that would help keep guns from criminals, domestic abusers and the dangerously mentally ill. Her plan does two important things: it respects the Second Amendment Rights of law-abiding gun owners like me, and it keeps guns away from people we all agree shouldn’t have them," he wrote on Facebook. Yes
Rep. Juan Vargas San Diego D Clinton "She has been a lifelong champion of equal rights and the underserved. Hillary Clinton is the only candidate with the necessary experience to tackle the major issues facing our nation and preserve President Obama’s legacy." Yes
Rep. Maxine Waters Los Angeles D Clinton Waters endorsed Clinton in 2008 and has appeared at several campaign events with her this cycle. Yes
Rep. Barbara Lee Oakland D Clinton "After much discussion and close collaboration between the campaigns, I am confident that Hillary Clinton will unite the party around the progressive issues outlined in the platform." Yes
Rep. Alan Lowenthal Long Beach D Clinton "I wanted to let the people decide. Hillary won California, she won the 47th and I know she’s going to be our candidate and I’m totally behind her.” Yes
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi San Francisco D Clinton Pelosi waited to endorse until after she voted in California's primary. "It's fabulous that we would have a woman president, and I believe she will walk into that Oval Office – one of the best prepared people to do so in our country's history. However, it's because she is the best, not because she's a woman," she said on Good Morning America. Yes
Rep. Darrell Issa Vista R Trump Originally endorsed Rubio. "Hillary Clinton makes it clear she's running for Barack Obama's third term in the White House with nothing but a different name on the door. That makes our choice all the more obvious." Yes
Rep. Tom McClintock Elk Grove R Trump "I'd rather have somebody who I’m not entirely sure would do the right thing as opposed to someone like Hillary Clinton who I'm assured would do the wrong thing." Yes
Rep. Mimi Walters Irvine R Trump First supported former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and then Florida Sen. Marco Rubio Yes
Rep. Ken Calvert Corona R Trump "Donald represents the populist wing of the Republican Party. Donald is a disruptor and Washington certainly needs that," he said in a statement from his campaign. Yes
Rep. Jeff Denham Turlock R None "I will be supporting the Republican nominee," Denham tweeted. Yes
House Majority Kevin McCarthy Bakersfield R Trump McCarthy has said he will back the eventual nominee. Yes
Rep. Devin Nunes Tulare R None Nunes said as chairman of the House Intelligence Committee he stays neutral because he has to brief the nominees. He said he will endorse the nominee at the convention. Yes
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher Costa Mesa R None Initially backed Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. Rohrabacher's staff said he will support the nominee. Yes

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