- AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) (14 votes)
- NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) (14 votes)
- Koch Brothers (14 votes)
- United Auto Workers (14 votes)
- Fmr. Mayor Michael Bloomberg (11 votes)
- Fmr. Pres. George W. Bush (10 votes)
- Fmr. Rep. Ron Paul (10 votes)
- V.P. Joe Biden (9 votes)
- Fmr. Gov. Jeb Bush (9 votes)
- Fmr. V.P. Dick Cheney (9 votes)
- Sheldon Adelson (9 votes)
- Warren Buffett (9 votes)
on the first round, from a field of 20 endorsers (chosen from an initial field of approximately 70 endorsers).
Note: Right-Wing Blogosphere (9 votes) and Left-Wing Blogosphere (9 votes) also tied for 8th place, but on admin discretion won’t be added. Instead, endorsers who are more specific in those areas will be added at a future date.
Voter turnout was down from 24 to 18, a drop of 25% from the previous month.
These endorsers will be added to the official 2016 campaign.
Interestingly enough, the SC thought Bloomberg was a more important possible 2016 endorser than W. Bush.
You can see a list of upcoming features voted on by the SC to be implemented for President Forever 2016 here (scroll down to ‘What’s coming up next?’).
The SC will vote again on September 8th.
If you want to participate in the vote, you must be a member of the SC (Steering Council).