This list includes leaders who have said they will not vote for Donald J. Trump, have withdrawn endorsements of him or have called for him to step down as the nominee. People shaded in blue have said they will vote for Hillary Clinton.

People who have been added to the list since a tape of Mr. Trump making vulgar remarks surfaced.
Jason Chaffetz, Representative of Utah
Barbara Comstock, Representative of Virginia
Mike Crapo, Senator of Idaho
Gary Herbert, Governor of Utah
Mike Lee, Senator of Utah
George E. Pataki, Former governor New York
Kelly Ayotte, Senator of New Hampshire
Robert Bentley, Governor of Alabama
Bradley Byrne, Representative of Alabama
Mike Coffman, Representative of Colorado
Dennis Daugaard, Governor of South Dakota
Rodney Davis, Representative of Illinois
Cory Gardner, Senator of Colorado
Scott Garrett, Representative of New Jersey
Cresent Hardy, Representative of Nevada
Joe Heck, Representative of Nevada, running for Senate
Jon M. Huntsman Jr., Former governor of Utah
Carly Fiorina, Former chief executive of Hewlett-Packard and candidate for G.O.P. nomination
Deb Fischer, Senator of Nebraska
Jeff Flake, Senator of Arizona
Jeff Fortenberry, Representative of Nebraska
John Kasich, Governor of Ohio
Steve Knight, Representative of California
Frank LoBiondo, Representative of New Jersey
Mia Love, Representative of Utah
Susana Martinez, Governor of New Mexico
John McCain, Senator of Arizona
Lisa Murkowski, Senator of Alaska
Erik Paulsen, Representative of Minnesota
Tim Pawlenty, Former governor of Minnesota
Rob Portman, Senator of Ohio
Condoleezza Rice, Former Secretary of State under George W. Bush
Martha Roby, Represenative of Alabama
Tom Rooney, Representative of Florida
Brian Sandoval, Governor of Nevada
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Former governor of California
Chris Stewart, Representative of Utah
Dan Sullivan, Senator of Alaska
John Thune, Senator of South Dakota and chairman of the Republican Conference
Fred Upton, Representative of Michigan
Ann Wagner, Representative of Missouri
What Trump Said
When They Walked
June 16, 2015
Mr. Trump announces candidacy
“They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists.”
On undocumented immigrants from Mexico.
July 18, 2015
“He’s not a war hero. He’s a war hero because he was captured. I like people that weren’t captured.”
On Senator John McCain of Arizona, a former prisoner of war.
Sept. 15, 2015
Club for Growth, a conservative organization, announces an ad campaign to discredit Mr. Trump.
Nov. 12, 2015
“I know more about ISIS than the generals do. Believe me.”
Nov. 13, 2015
Paris attacks
Nov. 24, 2015
“Now this poor guy, you ought to see this guy.”
Mr. Trump jerked his arms around in front of his body and used a mocking tone to imitate a disabled New York Times reporter.
Dec. 2, 2015
San Bernardino attack
Dec. 7, 2015
“Donald J. Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States.”
Dec. 11, 2015
Representative Reid Ribble of Wisconsin says he will not support Mr. Trump if he is the Republican nominee.

Mr. Ribble
Dec. 16, 2015
“Trump ... is employing the kind of hateful rhetoric and exploiting the insecurities of this nation, in much the same way that allowed Hitler and Mussolini to rise to power in the lead-up to World War II.”

Christine Todd WhitmanFormer governor of New Jersey
Dec. 18, 2015
“When people call you brilliant, it’s always good, especially when the person heads up Russia.”
Dec. 22, 2015

Robert J. DoldRepresentative of Illinois
Jan. 14, 2016

Peter WehnerFormer official in the Reagan and both Bush administrations
Jan. 22, 2016
National Review, a conservative magazine founded by William F. Buckley, publishes a series of essays by 22 prominent conservatives, including the radio hosts Glenn Beck and Erick Erickson, denouncing Mr. Trump's candidacy.
“Donald Trump is a menace to American conservatism who would take the work of generations and trample it underfoot on behalf of a populism as heedless and crude as The Donald himself.”
Feb. 1, 2016
“So if you see somebody getting ready to throw a tomato, knock the crap out of them, would you?”
Feb. 6, 2016
“I would bring back waterboarding, and I’d bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding.”
Feb. 23, 2016

Carlos CurbeloRepresentative of Florida
Feb. 25, 2016

Justin AmashRepresentative of Michigan
Feb. 28, 2016
“I don’t know anything about David Duke. O.K.? I don’t know anything about what you’re even talking about with white supremacy or white supremacists.”
Mr. Trump later blamed a bad earpiece for declining to disavow support from the former Ku Klux Klan leader in the CNN interview.
“A presidential candidate who boasts about what he’ll do during his ‘reign’ and refuses to condemn the K.K.K. cannot lead a conservative movement in America.”

Ben SasseSenator of Nebraska
Feb. 29, 2016

Paul D. WolfowitzFormer deputy defense secretary

Ken MehlmanFormer White House political director and Republican National Committee chairman

Mel MartinezFormer Florida senator and R.N.C. chairman
March 1, 2016

Scott RigellRepresentative of Virginia
March 2, 2016

Charlie BakerGovernor of Massachusetts
More than 100 Republican national security leaders, many of them former Republican administration officials, sign a letter stating they are “unable to support a party ticket with Mr. Trump at its head.”

Robert D. BlackwillFormer top Iraq adviser on the National Security Council

Eliot A. CohenFormer State Department counselor

Michael ChertoffFormer secretary of Homeland Security

Patrick M. CroninFormer assistant administrator of the Agency for International Development

Eric S. EdelmanFormer national security adviser to Vice President Dick Cheney

Jim KolbeFormer representative of Arizona

Gus ColdebellaFormer acting general counsel at the Department of Homeland Security

Chester A. CrockerAssistant secretary of state for African affairs in the Reagan administration

Richard A. FalkenrathFormer deputy homeland security adviser to President George W. Bush

Peter FeaverNational security official in the George W. Bush administration

Richard FontaineFormer State Department and National Security Council official

Myriah JordanFormer special assistant to President George W. Bush

Frances TownsendFormer deputy national security adviser under President George W. Bush

Francis Q. HoangFormer associate counsel to President George W. Bush

Aaron FriedbergFormer deputy national security adviser to Vice President Dick Cheney

Kenneth AdelmanFormer director of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency

Frank LavinUnder secretary of commerce for President George W. Bush; political director in the Reagan White House

Mary Beth LongFormer assistant secretary of defense

James K. GlassmanFormer under secretary of state

Richard MilesFormer director for North America, National Security Council

Andrew S. NatsiosFormer administrator of the Agency for International Development

Nicholas RostowFormer legal adviser to the National Security Council

Kori SchakeFormer director of defense strategy at the National Security Council

Kristen SilverbergFormer assistant secretary of state

William H. TobeyFormer deputy administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration

Dov S. ZakheimFormer under secretary of defense

Robert B. ZoellickFormer United States trade representative

Philip D. ZelikowFormer counselor of the State Department

David GordonFormer director of policy planning at the State Department

Paul HaenleFormer director for China and Taiwan, National Security Council

William InbodenFormer strategic adviser at the National Security Council

David KramerFormer assistant secretary of state for democracy, human rights and labor

Robert G. JosephFormer under secretary of state for arms control and international security affairs

Scott W. MullerFormer C.I.A. general counsel

Stephen D. KrasnerFormer policy planning director at the State Department

Roger F. NoriegaFormer assistant secretary of state for Western Hemisphere affairs

Roger ZakheimFormer deputy assistant secretary of defense

Paul D. MillerFormer director for Afghanistan and Pakistan, National Security Council
March 3, 2016
“Look at those hands, are they small hands? And, he referred to my hands — ‘If they’re small, something else must be small.’ I guarantee you there’s no problem. I guarantee.”
“He has neither the temperament nor the judgment to be president.”

Mitt RomneyRepublican presidential nominee in 2012 and a former governor of Massachusetts

Norm ColemanFormer senator of Minnesota
March 9, 2016

Richard HannaRepresentative of New York
In August, Mr. Hanna became the first Republican member of Congress to announce that he would vote for Hillary Clinton.
March 15, 2016

Mickey EdwardsFormer representative of Oklahoma
March 16, 2016

Rudy FernandezFormer special assistant to President George W. Bush
March 23, 2016
“The images are worth a thousand words.”
A Twitter post with an unflattering image of Senator Ted Cruz's wife, Heidi, next to a glamour shot of Mr. Trump's wife, Melania.
March 24, 2016

Larry HoganGovernor of Maryland
May 3, 2016
Mr. Trump becomes presumptive nominee
May 6, 2016

Ileana Ros-LehtinenRepresentative of Florida

Jeb BushFormer presidential candidate and governor of Florida

Lindsey GrahamSenator of South Carolina
May 10, 2016

Bob InglisFormer representative of South Carolina
“He’s insulted me, the people I love, the community I represent.”

Rosario MarinU.S. Treasurer under George W. Bush
May 17, 2016

Tom RidgeFormer secretary of Homeland Security and governor of Pennsylvania
June 5, 2016
“I’ve been treated very unfairly by this judge. Now, this judge is of Mexican heritage. I’m building a wall, O.K.? I’m building a wall.”
On Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel, a federal judge overseeing a suit against the defunct Trump University.
June 7, 2016
“I find Donald Trump’s belief that an American-born judge of Mexican descent is incapable of fairly presiding over his case is not only dead wrong, it is un-American.”

Mark S. KirkSenator of Illinois
“Just when you think he can’t dig a hole deeper, he accuses a Mexican judge of not being competent to rule on the case.”

Christopher ShaysFormer representative of Connecticut
June 8, 2016

Tom CampbellFormer representative of California
June 12, 2016
Orlando shooting
June 14, 2016
“President Obama claims to know our enemy, and yet he continues to prioritize our enemy over our allies and, for that matter, the American people. When I am president, it will always be America first.”
June 15, 2016

Arne CarlsonFormer governor of Minnesota
June 16, 2016

Richard L. ArmitageFormer deputy secretary of state
June 22, 2016

Brent ScowcroftNational security adviser to Presidents Gerald R. Ford and George Bush
June 24, 2016
“The G.O.P., in putting Trump at the top of the ticket, is endorsing a brand of populism rooted in ignorance, prejudice, fear and isolationism.”

Henry M. Paulson Jr.Treasury secretary under President George W. Bush
July 1, 2016

Marc F. RacicotFormer governor of Montana and R.N.C. chairman
July 20, 2016
“If we cannot be properly reimbursed for the tremendous cost of our military protecting other countries . . . then yes, I would be absolutely prepared to tell those countries, ‘Congratulations, you will be defending yourself.’”
July 27, 2016
“Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing.”
An apparent reference to Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails.
July 30, 2016
“If you look at his wife, she was standing there. She had nothing to say. She probably — maybe she wasn’t allowed to have anything to say. You tell me.”
On the parents of a Muslim soldier killed in Iraq after they denounced Mr. Trump at the Democratic National Convention.
Aug. 2, 2016

Charlie DentRepresentative of Pennsylvania
Aug. 3, 2016
“Donald Trump is beginning to cross a lot of red lines of the unforgivable in politics.”

Adam KinzingerRepresentative of Illinois

Vin WeberFormer representative of Minnesota
Aug. 4, 2016
“I am ever more confirmed in my belief that Trump is a sociopath, without a conscience or feelings of guilt, shame or remorse.”

Gordon J. HumphreyFormer senator of New Hampshire
Aug. 8, 2016
“It is inconceivable that anyone, much less a presidential candidate, would attack two Gold Star parents. Rather than honoring their sacrifice and recognizing their pain, Mr. Trump disparaged the religion of the family of an American hero.”

Susan CollinsSenator of Maine

Lezlee WestineFormer director of the White House public liaison office under President George W. Bush

William G. MillikenFormer governor of Michigan
Fifty senior national security officials from Republican administrations, many who served under President George W. Bush, sign a letter declaring that Mr. Trump would put the country’s security at risk. Many also signed the March letter.

John D. NegroponteFormer director of national intelligence

Donald B. AyerFormer deputy attorney general

John B. Bellinger IIIFormer legal adviser to State Department and National Security Council

Gary EdsonFormer deputy national security adviser

Jendayi FrazerFormer special assistant to the president

Michael J. GreenFormer special assistant to the president for national security affairs

Brian GundersonFormer State Department chief of staff

Michael V. HaydenFormer C.I.A. director

Carla A. HillsFormer United States trade representative

John HillenFormer assistant secretary of state for political-military affairs

Reuben Jeffery IIIFormer under secretary of state

James JeffreyFormer deputy national security adviser

Ted KassingerFormer deputy secretary of commerce

James LangdonFormer chairman, Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board

Peter LichtenbaumFormer assistant secretary of commerce

Clay LoweryFormer assistant secretary of the Treasury

Robert McCallumFormer associate attorney general

Meghan O'SullivanFormer deputy national security adviser

Dan PriceFormer deputy national security adviser

Stephen SlickFormer senior director for intelligence programs

Shirin R. Tahir-KheliFormer special assistant to the president

William H. Taft IVFormer deputy secretary of defense and ambassador to NATO

Larry D. ThompsonFormer deputy attorney general

John VeroneauFormer deputy United States trade representative

Kenneth WainsteinFormer assistant to the president for homeland security and counterterrorism

Matthew WaxmanFormer deputy assistant secretary of defense
Aug. 9, 2016
“If she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. Although the Second Amendment people — maybe there is, I don’t know.”

William D. RuckelshausFormer Environmental Protection Agency administrator

William K. ReillyFormer Environmental Protection Agency administrator
Aug. 10, 2016
“He’s the founder of ISIS. He’s the founder of ISIS. He’s the founder. He founded ISIS. I would say the co-founder would be crooked Hillary Clinton.”

Connie MorellaFormer representative of Maryland

Fred T. Goldberg Jr.I.R.S. commissioner under President George Bush

David DurenbergerFormer senator of Minnesota
Aug. 12, 2016

Robert TuttleFormer ambassador to Britain under George W. Bush and special assistant to President Ronald Reagan for personnel
Aug. 14, 2016
“I haven’t heard an economic concept come out of Trump’s mouth except for protectionism and lower taxes. If you put those two together, that is a recipe for disaster.”

Carlos M. GutierrezPresident George W. Bush’s commerce secretary
Aug. 16, 2016

Tom ColemanFormer representative of Missouri
Sept. 2, 2016

Charles FriedSolicitor general under President Ronald Reagan

Stuart BernsteinAmbassador to Denmark under President George W. Bush
Sept. 28, 2016

John WarnerFormer senator of Virginia
Sept. 29, 2016

Sherwood BoehlertFormer representative of New York

Claudine SchneiderFormer representative of Rhode Island
Oct. 7, 2016
“I moved on her like a bitch. But I couldn’t get there. And she was married. Then all of a sudden I see her, she’s now got the big phony tits and everything.”
Part of a 2005 recording that surfaced showing Mr. Trump speaking in extremely vulgar terms about pushing himself on women.
“I’m out. I can no longer in good conscience endorse this person for president. It is some of the most abhorrent and offensive comments that you can possibly imagine.”

Jason ChaffetzRepresentative of Utah

Barbara ComstockRepresentative of Virginia

Mike CrapoSenator of Idaho

Gary HerbertGovernor of Utah

Mike LeeSenator of Utah

George E. PatakiFormer governor New York
Oct. 8, 2016
“I will not be voting for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton and instead will be writing in Governor Pence for president on Election Day.”

Kelly AyotteSenator of New Hampshire

Robert BentleyGovernor of Alabama

Bradley ByrneRepresentative of Alabama

Mike CoffmanRepresentative of Colorado

Dennis DaugaardGovernor of South Dakota

Rodney DavisRepresentative of Illinois

Cory GardnerSenator of Colorado

Scott GarrettRepresentative of New Jersey

Cresent HardyRepresentative of Nevada

Joe HeckRepresentative of Nevada, running for Senate

Jon M. Huntsman Jr.Former governor of Utah

Carly FiorinaFormer chief executive of Hewlett-Packard and candidate for G.O.P. nomination

Deb FischerSenator of Nebraska

Jeff FlakeSenator of Arizona

Jeff FortenberryRepresentative of Nebraska
“I will not vote for a nominee who has behaved in a manner that reflects so poorly on our country. Our country deserves better.”

John KasichGovernor of Ohio

John KatkoRepresentative of New York

Steve KnightRepresentative of California

Frank LoBiondoRepresentative of New Jersey

Mia LoveRepresentative of Utah

Susana MartinezGovernor of New Mexico
“Donald Trump’s behavior this week, concluding with the disclosure of his demeaning comments about women and his boasts about sexual assaults, make it impossible to continue to offer even conditional support for his candidacy.”

John McCainSenator of Arizona

Lisa MurkowskiSenator of Alaska

Erik PaulsenRepresentative of Minnesota

Tim PawlentyFormer governor of Minnesota

Rob PortmanSenator of Ohio

Condoleezza RiceFormer Secretary of State under George W. Bush

Martha RobyRepresenative of Alabama

Tom RooneyRepresentative of Florida
“This video exposed not just words, but now an established pattern which I find to be repulsive and unacceptable for a candidate for president of the United States. I cannot support him as my party’s nominee.”

Brian SandovalGovernor of Nevada

Arnold SchwarzeneggerFormer governor of California

Chris StewartRepresentative of Utah

Dan SullivanSenator of Alaska
“Donald Trump should withdraw and Mike Pence should be our nominee effective immediately.”

John ThuneSenator of South Dakota and chairman of the Republican Conference

Fred UptonRepresentative of Michigan

Ann WagnerRepresentative of Missouri

Correction: August 30, 2016 An earlier version of this graphic erroneously indicated that Marc F. Racicot is voting for Hillary Clinton. While Mr. Racicot has stated he is not voting for Donald J. Trump, he has not said he is voting for Mrs. Clinton.

credit: nytimes.com

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