“I’d vote for a tuna fish sandwich before I’d vote for Donald Trump again.”

These are Republicans, former Republicans, conservatives, and former Trump voters who can’t support Trump for president this fall.
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Monica

“I did only vote for Donald Trump because I couldn’t believe someone who acted as goofy as he did on TV actually meant it.”

Texas

Marie

“I will support another party now because of Donald Trump. And I am ashamed to this day for voting for him.”

Connecticut

Scott

“I believe that if he’s elected again for a second term, it may do irreparable damage to the Republican party. Now is the time to stand up against Donald Trump.”

Ohio

Albert

“There is not a choice. If you wish to defend the rule of law in this country, Trump has to go. If you wish to defend the constitution, Trump has to go.”

Pennsylvania

Connor

“I will admit that I voted for Donald Trump…But at this point, I’ll take anybody over him.”

Maine

Craig

“I’ve been a Republican, a voting Republican for 42 years, and voted for Donald Trump four years ago because I didn’t trust Hillary. That was a mistake”

Colorado

Helen

“Trump, my problem with him is that he lies, and not only does he lie, but . . . he gaslights, and I don’t like to be gaslighted. I know what I heard. I know it’s not fake news.”

Colorado

Charles

“I certainly felt that Donald Trump was a better choice than Hillary Clinton…that has been a monumental mistake on my part, and in this coming election I would vote for anyone before I would vote for Trump.”

Oregon

Jay

“I voted for Donald Trump in 2016. I cannot and will not vote for Donald Trump in 2020”

North Carolina

Tim

“In 2016, you would’ve been hard pressed to find a bigger Donald Trump supporter than yours truly.”

Maryland

Eric

“One thing I have figured out for sure is that I’m not voting for Donald Trump. I think that is just a moral imperative.”

Louisiana

Ryan

“I’m going to be voting for Joe Biden. I think he is a respectful man who will bring honor back to the United States.”

Washington

Tommy

“The hardest thing to watch in the last four or five years with all of this has been the evangelical Christians sell out to this false prophet. He can’t quote a bible verse.”

Texas

Joni

“I voted for Donald Trump in 2016 with the hopes that he would truly make America great again. I, along with many others, have been disappointed. The man is incompetent and dangerous.”

Montana

Paul

“Every day he breaks my heart as an American in a new way… it’s to the point that he is actually scaring me, that our country will be able to continue”

Tennessee

Jim

“I am a United States Marine Corps vet, and I am a gun-owning Republican, and I will not be voting for Trump in the 2020 election.”

Maryland

Charles

Rep. Charles Djou has served his country in both the Army and the House of Representatives.

“Trump’s actions are indicative of a man simply ignorant of honor and true sacrifice.”

Hawaii

DG

“The Republican party cannot come back until Trump and his enablers are gone.”

New Jersey

Yves

“Ronald Reagan once asked: “Are you better off today than you were four years ago?” I think we know the answer to that question.”

Georgia

Greg

“Can you imagine going to Mar-a-Lago to see the museum from the current president? I hope that they got an outdoor shower after you go in there because you’re going to need it.”

Florida

Wayne

“When I look now at Donald Trump, I don’t see Ronald Reagan, I see George Wallace, and that’s a direction that this country just cannot afford to go in. For that reason, I will be voting for Joe Biden in 2020.”

North Carolina

Will

“I can’t vote for [Trump] in November. …It’s antithetical to the principles of a free society.”

South Carolina

Bryn

“Growing up, I was never allowed to make fun of the president. We had to respect the office. …[Trump] doesn’t respect the office he holds, and so I can not respect him in it.”

Washington

Erin

“He knew that Russia was paying bounties on our troops being killed in Afghanistan. And he did nothing.”

Texas

Sahm

“It appeared obvious that [Trump] is not a good person, has no moral character whatsoever. …I’ll be supporting the most favorable candidate, and that’s Joe Biden.”

California

Robbie

“Deception, domination, divisiveness. These are the new normal under this Trump administration. We need a president with a vision.”

Arizona

Karen

“If you believe in the Republican approach to government, that’s all the more reason to vote Trump out because he’s doing nothing but hurting and hurting and hurting, not just the country and the world, but also the future of this party.”

California

Tony

“Every male in my family has served this country… Donald Trump is not that leadership, he is not that person, he needs to go back to the golf course.”

California

Nathan

“Donald Trump needs to lose…And so does every Republican Senator that has enabled a criminal to run the government.”

Margaret

“I will be voting straight democratic ticket, because those people in office have enabled him. They have not kept him in check. He has run rampant.”

Alabama

Kevin

“It’s time to move on from Donald Trump. We can not let him define the future of the Republican party.”

New York

Murray

I served in Dick Thornburg’s cabinet when he was the Republican governor of Pennsylvania, and later in the administrations of Ronald Reagan and George Bush in Washington. I never saw these Republican leaders, nor their administrations, behave in the way that Trump or his people do.

Pennsylvania

Nigel

“Trump has got to go… and I dearly hope and pray that enough independent-minded GOP voters would agree. Hold your nose, vote Democrat, get rid of this vile vile piece of humanoid tissue.”

Wisconsin

Jose

“He is supposed to uphold the Constitution of these United States and he is doing everything but. This man is not for this country. He may say he is, but actions speak louder than words.”

Florida

Neal

“Donald Trump does nothing to speak out about the fact that life is harder in America for black people.”

Nevada

Steve

“He won’t protect Americans from Coronavirus, from racism or from Russia, so really it’s fitting for him to line himself up with pro-slavery traitors like those Confederates.”

Washington

Jim

“As a disabled American, seeing the the health rationing and disabled people being infected with COVID being DNR’ed involuntarily and left to die by starvation. I can’t vote for Trump again this year.”

Pennsylvania

Kim

“Trump is dividing this nation. I think he is racist… I’m not voting for the man.”

Wisconsin

Niq

“In 2016 I voted for Donald Trump, not because I thought he would be a great leader, but I thought he was better than the alternative… well, four years later, I regret that decision.”

Texas

Greg

“He is not trustworthy. He is not loyal. He is not friendly. He is not kind.He is not obedient. He is not cheerful. He is not thrifty. He is not reverent… I can’t wait to be rid of Trump.”

Iowa

Will

“[Russia is] paying Afghan militants to kill our soldiers. To kill my soldiers.To kill my friends. Donald Trump is the opposite of the best president for the military.”

Texas

Eugene

“How could I not be a Republican? Because it was Ronald Reagan who called out the country where I was born for what it truly was: an evil empire, a country that oppressed me and my fellow Jews. I am a Reagan Republican. I am a Bush Republican… what I’m not, is I’m not a Donald Trump Republican.”

New York

Doug

“Mr. Trump has abandoned our veterans with his unconscionable failure to recognize the dangers of this pandemic, with the insulting of heroes like John McCain, with the insulting of Gold Star families. He is no friend of veterans and I will not vote for him. I hope that no veteran will.”

Ohio

Chris

“He’s not willing to do anything except skirt the issue by calling it a hoax…it feels like we’re more of a Puppet State of Russia than we are own country.”

Iowa

Felix

“As a veteran, it did hurt me that my fellow military colleagues on active duty have to support that commander-in-chief.”

Kyle

“I just graduated law school, and I am pursuing a career in the Army JAG Corps, and that’s just to say that integrity and professionalism matter to me. Character matters to me… Trump’s not qualified to lead us.”

Kentucky

Michael

“It’s shameful, and the way he talks about honorable veterans, like John McCain and gold star families, the way he’s allowing the greatest generation to die off like cattle and old folk songs in the VA hospitals, with his disregard of older life, except for himself. It’s just unbelievable.”

Washington

Rush

“I’m not joining the Democratic party. But until the Republican party starts demonstrating to me the values that I thought they believed, and those that they espoused, then I will not be voting for a Republican.”

Virginia

Robert

Lincoln provided moral and personal leadership… and above all sought to heal differences among peoples. None of that exists today.”

Florida

Pat

“Christians have to resist being used to justify things that Jesus would never justify. This president is using us, and he’s playing on our tribal fears in order to stay in power.”

Minnesota

Linda

“Every time he would do something that I thought was good, it was followed by those horrible tweets… and policies that I absolutely abhorred.”

Virginia

Bob

“In the last election… I felt as though a strong Republican CEO could lead our economy and our military. I thought I was making a logical decision and not an emotional one like I thought I saw others doing. I was wrong.”

Pennsylvania

Robert

“We need to not only beat Donald Trump, we need to bury Trump in an avalanche of votes.”

Illinois

Randy

“I cannot continue to have to explain to my…children about what he says and does that is completely un-American and void of any moral compass.”

Tennessee

Douglas

“What particularly galls me is Trump’s attack on the Constitution, the safe guards, the guard rails of the Constitution designed to create co-equal branches of government.”

Arizona

Richard

“Our president told us that he would make this country first in the world…He made us first in deaths in the world. And he made us first in economic disaster…”

New Hampshire

Becky

“Believing in the ideals of the Declaration of Independence is what makes you an American, not kowtowing to a narcissistic celebrity with a despotic soul.”

Ohio

Leslie

“I cannot check that ballot box this year to support him based on who he is, based on the things he says, and constantly does.”

Mississippi

Murray

“I may not agree with Joe Biden on issues of policy or ideology, but I believe that Joe Biden is an honest, honest, compassionate man, and that he will be the best choice that we have for president in 2020.”

California

Bill

“I will continue to be a Republican, however I feel that the Republican party has lost its vision. It’s lost its conscience, and I believe they may risk losing the Senate in the upcoming election.”

Pennsylvania

Susan

“I call myself a Republican in the traditional sense of the Grand Old Party. I’m so disappointed, sometimes to tears, at where our country has come.”

Wisconsin

Phillip

“I’ve disagreed with presidents before, but I’d never thought that one of them was putting his personal wealth and interests above that of my country.”

Illinois

Brian

“I spent 10 years active duty as a Navy Seabee, and I’m still in the reserve. And we have to get rid of this Commander in Chief.”

New York

Cindy

“I could not vote for Donald Trump. He was such a liar, bully, and amoral man, particularly in the way that he treated women.”

Michigan

Brandon

“He has completely eroded our democratic norms, values, and institutions, in his pursuit of an imperial presidency accountable to no one.”

Kansas

John

“Left unchecked, this man will single-handedly destroy the great legacy which was handed to us by past generations. Is this the country we want to leave to our children?”

Wisconsin

Chase

“The only way to return our party and our country to civility, to decorum, to leadership, to the party and country of morals and ethical fortitude is to vote for Joe Biden.”

Indiana

George

“I worked in commercial real estate in the New York and New Jersey area since the late 1980s, and I knew full well that Donald Trump had no competence and even less integrity… dumb and dishonest is a really bad combination.”

Pennsylvania

Chris

“Now I refuse to succumb to the scourge of populism. Its vile hate for our fellow citizens, its hijacking of Christian values is just not what I was raised on, and I won’t tolerate it locally and I sure as hell am not going to tolerate it from a president.”

Ohio

Cheryl

“He’s costing thousands of lives…I just will not vote for Trump. I believe he’s an evil man, and we have to get him out of office.”

Indiana

Ted

“I didn’t vote for Trump simply because I knew he would make a mockery of our presidency, and turn what is our highest office into a melodrama.”

Arizona

Shami

“I thought he was full of it and he certainly is full of it. I would vote for anybody other than Trump at this point.”

California

Charles

“Mr. Trump acted as a bully, demeaning true conservative leaders, and showing a lack of character. And as I emphasized as a pastor character counts, yes, character counts.”

Texas

Lisa

“As a citizen, I’m disgusted. People keep saying that suburban women are going to change this election… I’m going to vote for Joe Biden”

South Carolina

Shawn

“The Republican party I knew and loved was an honorable party. It was a party that believed in governance. It believed in dialogue with those that disagreed with us. The Trump cult has none of that.”

North Carolina

Billy

“I have never voted for a Democrat in my entire life…I am going to vote for Joe Biden on November 3rd, and I will not feel conflicted about it.”

Texas

Denise

“And I think that Trump is definitely a threat to our democracy…The only way that we have a chance for our democracy to survive is not to reelect Donald Trump this year.”

Nevada

Nancy

“I voted for Donald Trump in 2016, reluctantly…but I don’t know who these people are anymore. So I will be voting for Joe Biden.”

Oklahoma

Josh

“If Joe Biden drops out and the DNC runs a tomato can, I will vote for the tomato can because I believe the tomato can will do less harm than our current president.”

North Carolina

Justin

“I did five deployments in service of this nation. I view myself as a patriot and as someone who truly loves this country…Forget party, do the right thing in 2020.”

Washington

Dennis

“The only way that the Republican party can change is if Donald Trump is soundly defeated. It’s important for us to have two political parties…that reflect what America looks like.”

Minnesota

Michael

“Donald Trump lacks the maturity and well-spoken nature required by a leader to calm the people in a crisis.”

Illinois

Drew

“I was a huge Trump supporter and I can now say that was the biggest mistake of my life”

Ohio

Robert

“I would really hope that more Republicans could bring themselves to recognize…that a Democrat is hardly going to be the end of the world”

Virginia

Matthew

“Read his own comments, and then ask yourself, ‘Is this who I want leading this country?’ As we’ve seen from this pandemic, having a lack of leadership is cost over 120,000 Americans their lives.”

Florida

Bill

“This is not what supporting and defending the Constitution means to me and other military veterans… I hope you will vote for Joe Biden”

Iowa

Lynn

“I’m voting for Joe Biden because moral character matters.”

Missouri

Michael

“Maybe he can do things in a different way because I disagreed with how politicians did things on both sides of the aisle. I was wrong.”

Colorado

Mark

“He’s made multiple mistakes with the coronavirus. As a physician, I can see that, and it’s bad for our country.”

Virginia

Christian

“He had no grasp of foreign policy or domestic policy. He had pulled out full-page ads on teenage kids calling for the death penalty. What sane person would vote for that?”

Texas

Neva

“We have confusion and disarray and division coming from the White House. And we can’t take that anymore.”

Washington

Alan

“But in 2020, it’s about the very soul, the very survival, of our Republic… So, in 2020, let’s go Joe!”

North Carolina

Paul

“To those who remain in the party, you will eventually sacrifice every principle that you hold- you know this”

Virginia

Ashton

“I’m as red as you can get on a lot of issues…But when will enough be enough?”

Virginia

Erin

“Trump did not embody any of the leadership qualities I had come to expect and had seen demonstrated repeatedly in my time in the military, such leadership qualities as ethics, a good moral compass, and compassion.”

Michigan

Matthew

“…I was always taught that the Republican Party … stood for decency. They stood for equality. They stood for rights of all humankind. And up until Donald Trump, I 100% believed that.”

Indiana

Missy

“I voted for Gary Johnson in 2016, but there’s not a day that goes by that I don’t regret not just voting for Hillary Clinton.”

Kentucky

Alan

“We defeated the Soviet Union. We stood for freedom around the world. We don’t stand for those things anymore.”

Illinois

Paul

“When the Lord was on this earth, He didn’t insult people…He led with love and with kindness. The exact opposite of what Donald Trump is doing right now. He is a false prophet.”

California

Robert

“I will not vote for Donald Trump. Sadly, the last three years have shown us that he’s incompetent, a chronic liar, and a severe narcissist.”

Nebraska

Bob

“This was a man for whom Lincoln would be embarrassed. I know that I am embarrassed to have him as the president of the United States.”

Florida

Chris

“He divides us. He lies to us all the time. This guy is only bringing our country down, and he is unfit for office. So I ask everyone listening: this November, I will be casting my vote, and I ask you guys to cast your vote for Joe Biden.”

Florida

Elsie

“I’m eighty-seven years old. And I don’t know if I’ll be able to go to Arizona one more time and see my family or not, the way he’s handled things.”

Indiana

Ryan

“What he’s doing right now is exactly what George Washington fought the revolution for…I will cast a vote for Joe Biden.”

Florida

Matt

“…I understand somewhat of what it’s like to be in the halls of power. And I am not voting for Donald Trump. I can no longer defend the indefensible, and I’m sick of trying.”

Florida

John

“The George Floyd death and the protest that followed, his threat to use military against American citizens, I just can’t comprehend”

New York

Paul

“President Biden can help us heal the wounds that Donald Trump has poured salt in, again and again, during his time as president.”

Ohio

Ken

“to hear a commander-in-chief say he does not like or support a U.S. prisoner of war… He does not deserve a second term in office.”

California

Dan

“He’s going to do what benefits him or what he believes will benefit him. Family and Christian values? What a joke. This guy has Trump values.”

California

Dawn

“When there is a pandemic happening, there are no colors of states. They are all your citizens. Respect them, take care of them.  So I will not be voting for him in 2020.”

Colorado

Oscar

“…I saw that the reality that these internet groups had created were all fantasy. They were hiding, purposefully hiding, certain wrongdoings … that Donald Trump had done while in office…”

Florida

Matt

“He panders to racism and he takes this human instinct that likes to divide ourselves into groups and he amplifies that with emotion and hatred”

California

Jerry

“My biggest concern with Donald Trump is his utter disregard for the truth. To me, that is the root issue of all the problems with Trumpism and what it’s become with the Republican party.”

Colorado

Paul

“Now it’s truly manifest as a fear of … how he is degrading our democracy and doing so many things contrary to the rule of law … I do think that he simply wants to be a dictator.”

Texas

Mark

“Who is going to be a leader that we can point children and impressionable young people to say that’s what a leader looks like?  … That is not Donald Trump.”

Virginia

Chad

“I’ve pretty much voted straight Democrat, not because I agree with every part of their policy platform, but because the Republican party has completely sold out to Trumpism”

Missouri

Julia

“I’ve been voting since I was 18. I registered as a Republican and I’ve been a registered Republican ever since. And no, I did not vote for Trump and I’m not going to vote for the liar-in-chief. He has ruined everything good about this country. “

North Carolina

Bryan

“His default position is to blame other people, to find the fault in others, rather than taking responsibility for his own failures and the failures of his administration.”

Indiana

Chris

“Lindsay Graham, you said it best. Joe Biden is a man of character. A man of honor. What did you say about Donald Trump? Exactly. He’s a sociopath. This man, all he wants is everything for himself.”

Tennessee

Lara

“My biggest issue with Trump is the constant barrage of lies…the kind of corruption that taints, in the minds of many, what conservatism even really is.”

Texas

Dale

Kentucky

Carol

“He doesn’t know anything. He doesn’t listen to anybody. He doesn’t believe in science…There’s no way that I can vote for him and I’m going to do whatever I can to not get him reelected. “

Minnesota

Chad

“Donald Trump’s GOP has been thoroughly corrupted, he stands for none of the values of the party of my youth. Fiscal responsibility, states’ rights, family values, honesty, constitutionality, Donald Trump cares for none of these things.”

California

Scott

“I helped found the largest Republican organization in my county, and even held office for 12 years as a Republican. But I cannot find myself ever voting for Donald Trump.”

South Carolina

Zane

“Since I voted for number 45 in 2016..I have never felt less safe in the United States than I do right now with him in charge.”

Indiana

Judy

“It’s almost like he doesn’t care where our country ends up as long as he’s getting what he wants out of the position of being a president.”

Texas

Frank

“He has not lived up to the central needs of the office, providing leadership, vision, integrity, inclusivity… He stepped aside from those…requirements of the office and what we want to see as Republicans.”

Ohio

Jeff

“Until 2016, I voted for every GOP candidate at every level…This year, I will vote for Joe Biden. Never thought I’d say that.”

Virginia

Danika

“Why I voted for Donald Trump came down ultimately to the Supreme Court, the opportunity to appoint two to three Supreme Court justices. . . Even though there is perhaps another seat in the next four years that will be filled, I cannot justify doing that again.”

Texas

Harvey

“I strongly believe that good character and judgment are crucial qualities in a president. And it was clear that Trump was plainly lacking in those attributes…”

New York

Ann

“So I’ve been around a long time, and I’ve seen a lot what it means to be a real conservative . . . I have decided to vote for Joe Biden . . . We’ve got to change this trajectory, and four more years of Trump would just be disastrous.”

Pennsylvania

Kim

“I really could not abide by the fact that the GOP, which I thought had been a grand, distinguished party, would embrace a man like Donald Trump. I have not again voted GOP, and I will never return to the GOP…”

Indiana

Roy

“And I would probably vote for almost anybody other than Trump in this upcoming election just because I know that just about anybody who can be running will have more character than Donald Trump … He scares me.”

California

Nicholas

“I’ve been a Republican for several years now, but I will not be voting for Donald Trump. He’s a compulsive liar. He has no respect for women, no understanding of complex immigration issues, has a blatant disregard for the Constitution and rule of law.”

New York

Emil

“I knew what a fraud Donald Trump was … So I didn’t vote in 2016. That was an enormous mistake. Donald Trump is a fraud, a con man, a liar, and he’s ruining our country.”

Mary

“I could not ever vote for Donald Trump. I will be voting for Joe Biden in 2020 and I hope you will join me. This chapter in America has to come to an end.”

Virginia

Scott

“I hope you can join with me and get this guy out of office because if we don’t, I am truly terrified about what will happen to this country that I love so much.”

Washington

Mark

“Sadly, the current president knows only grievance, division, and avarice. I will proudly vote for Joe Biden this year.”

Michigan

Lee

“…It’s time that we have a man who is sane and solemn, kind of like we had when I voted for Jerry Ford. We needed Jerry Ford then. I think we need Joe Biden now.”

Maryland

Cheves

“Trump’s requirement of unquestioning loyalty is what the old folks used to call idolatry. I don’t want anything to do with that ever again.”

Texas

Brett

” These past four years have been a train wreck. They’ve been an embarrassment…therefore, I’m throwing all my support behind Joe Biden for president.”

Florida

Siobhan

“I was a grownup in the 1980s, and I remember Donald Trump very, very well. And I could not believe that the Republican Party did not properly vet this man.”

Pennsylvania

Michael

“In 2016, America was swindled by one of the greatest con men of all time. But this time in 2020, we get to choose knowing full well who and what Donald Trump is. This time, if we get fooled again, the shame is on us.”

Illinois

Al

“I have been a registered Republican and voted conservative all my life. But the man that holds the office, the man that has totally disgraced the office of president of the United States”

Ohio

Mark

“I just want to tell everybody that I’ve been watching this guy in charge of the United States tear it apart piece by piece. I’ve never seen such disaster my entire life. I’m going to vote for Joe Biden in November and I would hope that any reasonable mind would do the same.”

Maryland

Gonzalo

“As an immigrant, I have a unique perspective about America. It is my opinion that America is a symbol of hope for the rest of the world. And that is why hardworking immigrants want to make this nation their home. Please join me and lets take back our nation and our beloved Republican party.”

Texas

Robert

“I believe Trump’s place in history will be one of infamy. Defeat Trump, eradicate Trumpism, and dismantle his sycophantic GOP.”

Florida

Hamilton

“I haven’t decided exactly what I’m going to do, whether it’s independent, like I did last time, or vote for Biden, but I know it absolutely cannot be Trump. He disrespects the country, he disrespects the party, he disrespects everything, and he should not be in this position.”

Maryland

David

“I believe that Donald Trump is pushing us very close to the end of democracy as we know it … We’ve become too tribal, and we’re more focused on party than country.”

Pennsylvania

Bob

“Now I didn’t really take Trump’s campaign seriously, cause I really had no thought that he had any chance of getting elected, but he did. And now not only has he been elected, he’s purged his cabinet of everybody who might talk back to him.”

Florida

Peter

“I’m tired of Trump’s inability to grasp the situation for the country, as opposed to just for his own personal political goals or his own name, aims or self aggrandizement.”

Virginia

Thomas

“If they put a circus monkey up with a little hat, that’s who it would get my vote instead of Trump this time. It’s just embarrassing. I meet people from all over the world on my job, and they all laugh at us.”

New Jersey

Debbie

“I do not believe that Trump stands for the democratic principles that this country was founded upon, nor do I believe that he stands for the Republican Party’s belief . . . in small government and low taxes.”

New Jersey

Tyler

“Our nation is so fractured. He’s only making it worse. He says that he’s a Reagan Republican. He wants to make America great again. But great how?”

Michigan

Vonda

“I just think that it’s become more of a cult than a support for a party. I don’t think the people support the Republican party. I think they would support Donald Trump.”

Alabama

Terrell

“In this election, I have to vote for Joe Biden. Not because I love Joe Biden, but because I need America to know that we are better than what is being presented to us.”

Maryland

Larry

“He  demeans members of his own party…as well as the most unforgivable thing, his demeaning of John McCain and his family. That’s a disgrace.”

Pennsylvania

Michele

“I served in the military… I was a Republican … I don’t know if they can fix the Republican party to bring us back. Donald Trump and his henchmen and henchwomen have got to go.”

Colorado

Daniel

“It’s not some ANTIFA members playing Trotsky cosplay that’s going to kill America, it’s going to be unaccounted for corruption. And that is all this administration is, is unaccounted for corruption. So, I will be voting for Joe Biden and I hope all of my former Republican friends will join me in voting for Joe Biden.”

Kansas

Elyse

“I grew up in the New York area in the seventies and eighties and I saw what kind of businessman he is. He does not lead by consensus. He does not lead by bringing people together. He leads by bullying.”

Connecticut

Guillermo

“Anyway, he’s just not, a person of integrity and a leader that I think we can have leading us through all these things that we’re dealing with right now.”

Florida

David

“I ask everybody to get out there and vote for Biden. And get this dangerous child out of office.”

Massachusetts

Lansford

“I would say that the biggest mistake I ever made was voting for Donald Trump in the Republican primary. What a mistake!”

Nevada

Mark

“I don’t want to say that the party changed. I think it’s more of the worst part of the party just became so mainstream. So like racism, xenophobia, bigotry.”

Wisconsin

Janice

“Trump gave us exactly what he promised…a divisive, sexist, racist, narcissistic decision-maker and leader, who has threatened the very fabric of our society.”

California

Trey

“His policies have steered what Republicanism and conservatism mean in a completely different direction than what I believe in.”

Texas

Franz

“So my main reason for voting against Trump in this upcoming election is that he has demonstrated that he’s not for the times, the times that we’re in requires somebody who will value everyone, right?”

New York

Kris

“As a father and a voter, I have to base my vote on what I think our republic will look like in 100 years. Trumpism will take us down the wrong path.”

Wisconsin

Matthew

“He’s just completely damaged us and something needs to be done about that. We need to change direction.”

Michigan

Gregory

“Whether you agree with Donald Trump or not, the flat, cold reality is that he can’t govern.”

North Carolina

Alan

“Watching Republicans change their position on so many issues is just simply mind boggling. The only way Republicans can go back to who they were is to get a Democrat in office.”

Georgia

Peter

“He has dragged, not just the party, but every single member of the United States Senate and the United States Congress in to his dirty little cave”

Massachusetts

Jay

“I did not vote for Donald Trump in 2016. We in New Jersey knew him well, knew precisely what he was and sadly, what was likely to happen if he were elected.”

New Jersey

Joan

“… I hope that I can vote for Joe Biden. I believe that he is an honorable man … I am also a Christian, and I feel that Donald Trump is extremely immoral.
And I do not want him leading our nation.”

California

Ellen

“I’m a never Trump Christian Constitutional Conservative with no political home. Trump has destroyed everything the former Republican party stood for and has turned it into the Trumplican Party.”

Rhonda

“Trump is a puppet. He is a puppet of foreign leaders. He is a puppet of money who got him here. Christian values matter, Republican values matter…”

Texas

Mark

“There is a lot of healing that needs to take place. And I simply do not think that president Trump is capable of doing anything about that healing.”

Pennsylvania

Charles

“I watch as Trump twists this country’s leadership into his own personal podium for spreading fear and uncertainty. He ridicules opportunities for unification at a time when we’re desperate for it.”

California

Kevin

“…even the worst case predictions from four years ago failed to capture the enormity of just how terrible the Trump administration would prove to be.”

Texas

Joni

“I’m going to do everything in my power to help Joe Biden win this next presidential election. We do not need this narcissist in the White House any longer.”

Pennsylvania

Tom

“Unlike the Republican party of today, and certainly unlike the man currently occupying the White House, I have values. Values that compel me to put my country first.”

Colorado

David

“In my opinion, Donald Trump’s not a Republican. He’s an authoritarian who uses the judicial arm of government to perform character assassinations and to try and eliminate political rivals.”

Oregon

Elaine

“The fact that he’s going to give them the judges that they want means that they’ll overlook anything. And I actually mean anything. A hundred thousand deaths due to COVID, vast and blatant corruption”

Georgia

Steve

“He’s corrupted the party, he’s corrupted the souls of many people who work for him.”

Illinois

Thomas

“What were we thinking? I mean, look at us. Republicans, we elected a game show host as president. A game show host!”

North Carolina

Kenny

“I did vote for a third party in 2016…But this time it’s just too important for Donald Trump to not get another four years. So this year I plan to vote for Joe Biden for president.”

Louisiana

Tom

“My vote four years ago, went to Donald Trump. This year it will not go to Donald Trump.”

Nevada

Kevin

“How can anyone vote for someone like that? Someone who, whose very goal, clearly, is to consolidate power for himself at the expense of others and at the expense of this country.”

Virginia

Jonathan

“.. they see a president who is of such low, low character and who is wrapping himself up in labels pro-life, pro-family. And … he’s offering us a counterfeit version of that.”

District of Columbia

Zach

“Every day since November 8th, 2016, Donald Trump has proven to me that voting for him was the greatest mistake of my life.”

North Carolina

Lance

“I voted for him in 2016 and I will not vote for him regardless if there’s anybody even running against him at this point. He has shamed us.”

Arizona

Jeremy

“I will be voting for Joe Biden in 2020. This will be my first time voting for a Democrat. And not only am I voting for Joe Biden, but I have also donated to his campaign and I will be volunteering for his campaign.”

Texas

Heather

“We need to have some standards in this country and we need to get back to our standing in the world as a leader and not as an embarrassment.”

Utah

Aaron

“I will be voting for Joe Biden because we need somebody in the White House who actually cares for the people in this country

Nebraska

Jonathan

“I got the sense … that the Republican Party wasn’t about values or principles anymore. It wasn’t about these beliefs that could unite various groups of people together.”

New Hampshire

Terry

“Donald Trump needs to be out of office as soon as possible, and we need to put some sanity back in there.”

Texas

Marsha

“My hope is that people of all parties are tired of the chaos, deceit, bad behavior and unrest, and decide that Trump must go.”

Illinois

Steve

“You know, Democrats may be angry, but true Republicans are pissed. We want our party back.”

Georgia

Jacob

“In 2020, I will not be voting for Donald Trump because Donald Trump is not a Republican”

Whitney

“To watch how Joe Biden has gone to the people, has called for unity, has been with the protestors and have pledged himself to bring this country back together. Where Trump on his pulpit has done just the opposite.”

Arizona

Jim

“We have the worst president, and I don’t say this lightly, in the history of the United States. He has divided this great nation”

Maryland

Ron

“The only way we’re going to save the soul of the Republican party and make America great again, is to get Donald Trump out of office.”

Florida

James

“I’m posting this video after a few weeks, a few years of feeling regret and almost ashamed of my vote in 2016.”

Pennsylvania

Wayne

“I voted for President Trump.  And I was hoping he’d become a little more presidential but he has not.  He’s gotten worse.”

Texas

Robert

“I’m a Republican, I’ll always be a Republican, and I hope other Republicans wake up to the reality that Donald Trump is not a Republican.”

Nebraska

Joy

“I will be voting for Joe Biden this election. I may not totally agree with the Democratic platform…but at least I think it will bring honor and empathy back to the office of the president”

Missouri

Jason

“It’s amazing to me at how we can get all riled up and we can march in favor of the Second Amendment, but we seem to have forgotten that the right to protest is a part of the First Amendment.”

Washington

Candace

“I’m terrified that this office is being demolished by this man, that our country is being harmed irreparably.”

California

Matt

“I don’t want to die knowing that I supported somebody who could wreak havoc on the future. I have two daughters, I’m thinking about how they’re impacted.”

North Carolina

Don

“It’s scary from the standpoint of where we’re headed fiscally. I also studied the character of Donald Trump during his history … And I cannot condone his actions and could never vote for him.”

Washington

Terry

“I’m happily going to vote for Joe Biden this November and I’m hoping that we can restore the office of the president and bring back some integrity and character.”

Texas

Joel

“I’ll be voting for Joe Biden because Donald Trump is totally unfit for office.He’s unfit intellectually, he’s unfit temperamentally, and he’s unfit morally.”

Massachusetts

Melanie

” I trusted and felt secure in voting the party in times I hadn’t done enough research to really know a candidate. I don’t have that confidence today.”

Wisconsin

Phil

“… my fear is that if Donald Trump continues as president, many of those freedoms will no longer be with us.”

Ohio

Dan

“I’m tired of it. I just want all this to end. I want a president who actually loves America, actually has some sense of normalcy.”

Indiana

Noah

“I plead to every Republican, both young and old, make the right choice. Vote for Joe Biden.”

Connecticut

Ronald

“Donald Trump has given us the 1918 pandemic, the 1929 Great Depression and the 1968 race riots all in one…and he’s at the forefront pouring gasoline on the fire.”

California

Chris

“… I can’t even consider myself a fiscal conservative anymore because today I was shot at, with rubber bullets, by my own local law enforcement officials.”

Alabama

Lawrence

“The country’s on fire and Trump hoses it down with gasoline. At a time that our country needs real leadership, it’s invisible.”

Connecticut

Dan

“I’ve never seen a man in public view act like this. Be so immoral. Be so petulant and vindictive.”

Arizona

Jimmy

“There is absolute chaos in the streets of the United States of America. We have to do everything in our power to see that he is not elected to another term.”

California

Shennelleh

“I don’t believe Trump is an actual Republican. We all took it in and voted for him, but I don’t believe he truly cares about Republican values.”

Massachusetts

Mack

“If you want a better country, you have to vote to put a better man in the White House than Donald Trump.”

Florida

Jessica

“I probably would have voted for him again had all the things with the coronavirus not taken place.”

Georgia

Jim

“Our elected officials are absent and the only time that they are actually involved is to threaten with more violence or to call out the military.”

Ohio

Bill

“I oppose him because he’s an authoritarian. I oppose Bernie Sanders because he’s an authoritarian. I don’t want an authoritarian.”

California

Randall

“I don’t think that I’ve heard an honest statement come out of that man’s mouth ever.”

Nebraska

Claudia

“I will be voting for Joe Biden and I don’t fully agree with everything that he stands for, but I do agree with taking our power back and rebuilding America and getting rid of Donald Trump.”

Michigan

Tim

“It’s time to wake up. This man is not in our best interests. He is in his best interest. And I pray to God almighty that he does lose.”

Georgia

Pejman

“He has decided to fan the flames of racial hatred, all in order to try and secure the support of his base”

Illinois

Phillip

“…He’s the most immoral, dishonest, corrupt man to ever hold a seat in our Oval Office. He uses fear to manipulate. He’s like a tyrant, like a dictator.”

California

John

“If he knows anything out of the Bible, I’d give you a million dollars because I don’t think he knows anything that’s in that book.”

Ohio

Ethan

“As the months, the years have gone by now, more and more I’ve come to realize that the Republican party I was a part of, believed in, doesn’t exist.”

Utah

Richard

” I’m a Republican because I believe in free markets and free trade. Donald Trump is a crony capitalist and protectionist.”

New Hampshire

Laura

“I prayed and hoped that he would grow into the office and become the kind of president that we should have. He has not done that.”

Texas

Leo

“I’ve always voted Republican. I did not, and I do not, and I will not support Donald Trump.”

Missouri

Frank

“Donald Trump has done nothing to unite us – just divide us.”

New Jersey

Aaron

“I’m just thoroughly disappointed with my own Republican representatives in Congress that power him and do not have the courage to speak up and out against the actions of Donald Trump.”

Arkansas

Andrew

“We probably disagree on most things, but I know that by voting for Joe Biden, I’ll be voting for decency and compassion in the Oval Office”

District of Columbia

Scott

“It is a time for leadership. We are getting none.”

Pennsylvania

Ward

“I’m a registered Republican. I’ve never voted a for Democrat before in my life, but I will be in 2020.”

North Carolina

Brock

“Whatever transactional benefit you think you’re going to get out of keeping that guy in power, cause he’s got an R by his name, is delusional. I know what it feels like. But you know what? You gotta be loyal to your ideals. Don’t be loyal to some party.”

Florida

Brian

“I am a die hard Republican and I’ll be voting for Joe Biden this year.”

Connecticut

Frank

“Trump lacks character. So, come November, let’s show up for Joe Biden. Hell, if Joe Biden is a root canal, sometimes you need a root canal. You’re not going to like it, but maybe the pain will stop when it’s over.”

New York

Roger

“He does not believe in democracy and he is trying to destroy the country and, unfortunately, he is succeeding. He’s doing a great job of it.”

Massachusetts

Serge

“I think that the nation is exhausted and embarrassed by the Trump presidency. I think it’s also appalled, genuinely appalled at the callousness and cruelty of Republican governance.”

Maryland

John

“After being an early-on supporter of him, I found him to be a liar and a cheat and a con man, and a distorter of fact.”

New York

Doug

“It’s more important for the longterm health of our country to have a Democratic president with principles than a so-called Republican with none.”

Maryland

Tom

“There will be no ‘Biden For President’ bumper sticker on my car, but Donald Trump is a direct threat to my country.”

Wisconsin

Dan

“I wouldn’t vote for Donald Trump with a gun to my head.”

New York

Dick

“Even though it’s been quite awhile since I was in the army, I really value NATO. And I think that his treatment has been a travesty.”

New Mexico

Patricia

“He is interested only in himself and what this country can give him and his family. He doesn’t give a hoot about any one of us”

Missouri

Frederick

“I could not have been more wrong. He has not grown into the presidency. All he has done is corrupt the presidency and lower it. He has debased the presidency of the United States.”

Michigan

Marka

“I don’t hear him state a direction, a consistent direction, for where he wants America to go”

Georgia

Lena

“Trump’s leadership style is tearing our country further apart, which is exactly opposite of what we need during this pandemic.”

Wisconsin

Bart

“I do not believe that Donald Trump is a Republican, I don’t believe the ideals that he’s espousing are Republican”

Colorado

Jim

“We simply can’t take four more years of this chump. Vote for Joe Biden. Let’s return decency to the West Wing.”

Connecticut

Conor

“Because of his selfishness and the fact he’s so indifferent to the country, he has managed to divide us more than ever… And that is frightening.”

California

Peter

“I believe Donald Trump has not been a consensus builder. He has divided our country.”

Michigan

Charles

“I’ve seen in Donald Trump impulsiveness and vindictiveness, childishness, nepotistic sort of corrupt behaviors on many, many levels.”

Texas

Carter

“I like to say he hijacked the party.”

Oklahoma

Avery

“Thanks to Donald Trump, I will be voting for a Democrat for the very first time in my life.”

New York

Michael

“America was already great before Trump became president. And it will be even greater after we vote him out of office in November.”

Illinois

Joanne

“He is ruining the reputation of this country. He’s also destroying the GOP.”

New York

Deb

“The demeaning of the free press, cozying up to autocrats like Putin and even now what he’s been doing with stoking the fires of racism with what happened in Minneapolis. I read that tweet this morning and I couldn’t believe it. I said, ‘This is the president of the United States?’ It’s crazy.”

California

David

“I voted for Donald Trump and spent 3 and a half years hoping he would become more presidential than he has and he has gotten progressively worse. His handling of the pandemic was the final straw.”

Nils

“I cannot vote for a man who mocks the disabled, diminishes a war hero like John McCain and spouts, vitriol and insults at fellow Americans.”

Georgia

Diane

“This year, I will most probably be voting for Joe Biden. If I don’t, I will be voting for no one, in the hopes that Republicans will return to the principals in which they were founded. And bring the party back home to me.”

Texas

Bryan

“I’m going to vote for Joe Biden. I’m going to disagree with him a lot. But I don’t consider him a threat to the Republic.”

Maryland

Jon

“But I can tell you this, after four years of Trump, I am voting for Joe Biden in 2020. The bleeding has got to stop.”

Tennessee

Terry

“It’s time that somebody brings sanity back to the White House.”

Texas

Joe

“When I compare Donald Trump with the great legacies of GOP president Eisenhower and Reagan, he just comes up short.”

Pennsylvania

Jennifer

“There’s no amount of Republican judicial appointments or tax cuts that can offset or justify what Trump has done to destroy the rule of law in our country.”

Texas

Jim

“I’ve always registered as a Republican and in 2016 I voted for Donald Trump, but I’d like to share why I have doubts about doing that again.”

Florida

Angie

“… we do what we believe is right. And if you don’t feel Donald Trump is right for us, you shouldn’t be voting for him.”

Michigan

Jim

“Make no mistake. Voting for Donald Trump in 2020 is going to set the Republican party back for an entire generation.”

Virginia

Norman

” I initially supported Trump because I was interested in having a non-politician and someone who would tell it like it is. And I was pretty frightened of Hillary Clinton. My opinion changed rather quickly after he got into office.”

New York

Mark

“I don’t believe that Trump has ever in his life, had the best interests of anybody but him. I think it shows strongly in his character because he’s confused fealty for loyalty.”

Arizona

Butch

“He’s leading us down a path that is going to continue to erode our democracy.”

Ohio

Matthew

“President Trump has given us the biggest deficits and debt in U.S. history.”

New Jersey

Ralph

“I’m not totally satisfied with Biden as a president, but he’s a marked improvement over Trump.”

Oregon

Sarah

“Being conservative is supposed to be about limited government. Donald Trump says that the president’s authority has to be absolute.”

Colorado

Paul

“As an evangelical Christian, I have a lot of trouble with him. How can people like me support someone who has none of our values?”

New Jersey

John

“I don’t think he’s a good human being.  I don’t think he’s a good example for my children and my grandchildren.”

Colorado

Roger

“It’s really the party of Trump. This is where I believe we need to have change within our own party and bring it back to what the true Republican party was.”

Arizona

Diana

“Nationally, the divide that his leadership has created is concerning…it seems like there are two countries living in one.”

Florida

Chris

“Donald Trump is not fit to be president and he’s not pursuing traditional Republican policies.”

Washington

Deborah

“We are no longer doing that and we are no longer doing that purposefully because our president is inciting the legitimacy of hate based politics, and that is not American. That is absolutely not an American.”

Arizona

Chris

“I’m not even sure if we have a foreign policy. Meeting with Kim Jong Un on a
personal level is not foreign policy.”

Iowa

Angela

“I think another four years of President Trump would be absolutely devastating to our party.”

Pennsylvania

Cathe

“He has absolutely no respect for any individual voter.”

Pennsylvania

Jeff

“I’ve helped elect Republicans and conservatives for more than 30 years. And the candidates I helped elect, and supported, and the party I was part of – doesn’t resemble anything that Donald Trump stands for.”

Michigan

Mike

“Once the Coronavirus hit, I mean, I wouldn’t vote for him at all now.”

Virginia

James

“All the problems of division that we have – he’s just made it worse.”

California

Dan

“My father taught me never to lie under any circumstances. Never to cheat anybody. I can’t imagine voting for Trump. I can imagine voting for Joe.”

Doug

“I served in the White House Counsel’s Office during the Watergate investigations…and they pale in comparison to the problems of Donald Trump.”

California

Lynn

“He seems to be someone who is more concerned about advancing his own agenda, enriching himself, as opposed to genuine concern about the country.”

Utah

Joe

“I think Biden can provide…stability and, frankly, make our politics a little more boring.”

Washington

Steve

“You know, there’s a reason I was a lifelong Republican. Those reasons don’t hold in today’s Republican party, as stunning as it is. But the first step is replacing Donald Trump, and then the work begins.”

Virginia

Michael

“Republicans believe in restrained and responsible spending.  Donald Trump has racked up record deficits.”

Michigan

Ken

“I’ve never voted Democrat in my entire life and there are certainly things left to be desired, however, the things that are most out of control now, Joe Biden stands to change that.”

Wisconsin

Wendie

“Honestly, I’m voting for Joe Biden because he is a decent person.”

California

Jamie

“This is who the president of our country is — he’s an abusive person.”

Kentucky

Tim

“As long as Trump prevails and Trumpism prevails, we cannot have the leader that we as a nation are entitled to.”

Wyoming

Bill

“A vote for anyone other than Joe Biden is a vote for Donald Trump. Come November, I want to be able to tell Donald Trump, he’s fired.”

California

Don

“Voting Donald Trump out is not only the best thing for the Republican Party…it is without a doubt the best thing for this great nation.”

Nevada

Tom

“I think 50 years from now, we’re going to look at the Trump presidency as a blemish, a dark spot in our nation’s history”

New York

Chris

“I voted for him, hoping he would grow into the office. But after watching him for 3+ years, Donald Trump has clearly failed us as a leader.”

Ohio

Marty

“Today, our government is spurning our closest allies, embracing our adversaries, and politicizing our military.”

Wisconsin

Jeanine

“[My husband and I] thought we’d give Donald Trump a try. After a month I knew he was not fit for the office.”

Michigan

Larry

“It’s to the point that we can’t believe anything anymore. We don’t know what’s real or not real. And he seems to think if he says it, that makes it reality.”

Kentucky

Joseph

“Do I want Joe Biden? Not really. But… four more years of Donald Trump will be disastrous for this country, for our place in the world, and for our ability to ever bring this country together again.”

Florida

Marc

“I just think Biden would be a far better president. We can endure him for four years and then hopefully the Republican Party would get back on track.”

Texas

Barb

“It’s okay to put country over party.  In fact, it’s imperative to do that.”

Michigan

Robert

“It has resulted in some short-term gains for himself and his inner circle, but long-term detriment for our country.”

California

Fred

“Trump is almost the opposite of what we need in a leader of this country. They say good leaders should be good listeners, and Trump is not a good listener.”

Connecticut

Danielle

“I don’t think the president is professionally qualified to be in the position that he’s in. I don’t think he has an understanding or grasp of the Constitution. I don’t think he cares about what’s legal.”

Massachusetts

Jason

“Don’t beat up on the little guy. Don’t blame everything on immigrants. They are just trying to live like we are.”

California

JJ

“His lack of respect and his constant denigrating are not something I believe is admirable nor instills leadership.”

Florida

Chris

“Donald Trump must be defeated. We can’t afford another four years of him. America can do better.”

Pennsylvania

Alan

“My parents called me Alex Keaton growing up…Horrified that people like Mike Lee have capitulated to him rather than standing up to him and stopping him.”

Utah

Jeff

“Trump is a lot of things. But pro-life is not on the list.”

Pennsylvania

Carol

“I waited for the pivot to civility. Very unfortunately, that never happened.”

Maine

Jan

“What he has done to the country and the office of the presidency is far worse than anything I imagined.”

Michigan

Donna

“I do not believe that the current president shares Lincoln’s views on equality, nor mine.”

Indiana

Mark

I joined the Republican Party in 1978, and “I really felt good about being a Republican during the presidencies of Ronald Reagan and George HW Bush.”

North Carolina

Max

“As far as the GOP, when they return to fiscal responsibility and common sense, I will support that conservative ideology…I go back the day the GOP rejects conspiracists.”

Texas

Jay

“I voted for Donald Trump in 2016, but I won’t vote for him again.”

Pennsylvania

Pat

“He is a liar, a cheat, and has done much to destroy the dignity and integrity of his office.”

Virginia

Christopher

“If you were to support President Trump… you have to own his behavior on Twitter, you have to own his past history.”

Pennsylvania

David

“I didn’t vote for Donald J. Trump in 2016, but I’m going to vote for Joe Biden this year. Trump has no positive relevance to the Coronavirus, nor our own global relevance.”

Arizona

Robert

“My problems with the current president revolve around fundamental character flaws”

Missouri

David

“I can’t support this far right social agenda, this lack of even a pretense of fiscal responsibility”

Tennessee

Lassie

“Donald Trump came along and hijacked the Republican Party.”

Pennsylvania

Jay

“He lies continuously. He lies about the lies that he told yesterday.”

Pennsylvania

Mike

“Deep down, we know we need a president who better represents us as Republicans and for who we want to be as citizens.”

Florida

Dan

“He lies about everything. ‘Thou shalt not bear false witness.’ It’s not just a good idea. It’s a commandment.”

Idaho

Gary

“Donald Trump cherishes loyalty, but not loyalty to the United States of America. He cherishes loyalty to Donald Trump.”

Rhode Island

Ann

“I realized that the party had left me.”

Pennsylvania

Erik

“You can’t look at this thing, as a true Republican, and say, ‘This is what we want for our party.'”

Wisconsin

Joshua

“The party of family values doesn’t really have any values at all. It’s a cover.”

Wisconsin

Diane

“His handling of Covid-19 is an American tragedy and shame.”

California

Allison

“Trump has abandoned our allies and embraced those whose ideals are contrary to everything my father, grandfather and great-grandfather fought for.”

Arkansas

Lisa

“Donald Trump mocked John McCain. He berated that American hero. He said that he didn’t like people that were captured.”

Wisconsin

Dave

“He spends most of his time blaming everyone else and failing to take responsibility. A president needs to take responsibility.”

Pennsylvania

Jim

“I have a great respect for American history – also for the rule of law and for our Constitution… Donald Trump does not respect any of those things.”

New York

Sharon

During the coronavirus pandemic, “all Donald Trump can do is stand in front of the cameras and brag about himself, instead of offering comfort and solace…”

Texas

Jon

“Year after year, and day after day, he continues to mock, make fun of, and degrade people.”

Pennsylvania

Rich

“Ironically, Biden will exemplify the principles I hold dear as a conservative; accountability, responsibility, and transparency, incomparably better than Donald Trump.”

Wisconsin

Debra

“I cannot vote for a man who maliciously sows discord, incessantly lies, and has a blatant disregard for immigrants and for our system of checks and balances.”

Wisconsin

Sarah

“He says he puts America first, but it’s clear he only knows how to put Trump first.”

Pennsylvania

Linda

“I expect the leader of the United States to be… a positive example for the youth and children of the United States of America.”

Pennsylvania

Trevor

“Donald Trump tried to use the power of the president for his own personal gain, and I will not defend or excuse that for any politician.”

New Mexico

Garry

“It sickens me to see our…career civil servants, who have dedicated their lives to serve and protect the American public, demeaned and degraded”

Florida

Howard

“We have lost the spirit of even attempting to work together and this is why I cannot support Donald Trump’s re-election bid.”

Wisconsin

Rick

“I don’t believe he really works for the good of the American people. He works for the good of his own image.”

Virginia

Steve

“Donald Trump is not a Republican, nor does he represent any of the values that the Republican Party that I know represents.”

North Carolina

Ryan

“I will vote for Joe Biden because I think getting rid of Donald Trump is that important, not just for the Republican party, but for the soul and character of our nation.

Arizona

Tony

“We need to have, once again, an adult in the room leading this country. And I think Joe Biden is more than capable in doing that.”

Arizona

John

“He primarily cares about himself, about what is good for him personally. He is an ego in search of a photo opportunity.”

Illinois