Several women in politics have recently endorsed former President Donald Trump for president in 2024.
On Monday, Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn became the most recent woman to endorse Trump's reelection bid.
“I am proud to endorse Donald Trump for President,” Blackburn wrote announcing her endorsement on Twitter.
Blackburn continued that she “can’t wait until he’s back in the White House.”
As of Monday, nine senators and 42 House members have announced their support for Trump’s campaign. Blackburn is the most recent Republican woman to endorse the former president.
Tennessee Congresswoman Diana Harshbarger tweeted on Sunday that “as an American who values proven leadership,” she would support Trump.
On April 3, Mississippi Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith tweeted her support for the 45th president.
In March, Rep. Anna Paulina Luna told POLITICO she would be supporting Trump over Florida governor Ron Desantis, from her home state.
In the same month, Texas Rep. Beth Van Duyne was named part of Trump’s Elected Texas Leadership Team with former Congresswomen Mayra Flores and Texas Land Commissioner Dawn Buckingham.
Colorado Congressman Lauren Boebert told Free Speech TV in February, "Of course, I endorse President Trump.”
Rep. Harriet Hageman, who won the 2022 congressional primary in Wyoming with Trump’s support, announced her endorsement to Breitbart, saying Trump was “one of the best presidents of my lifetime.”
Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene from Georgia announced her endorsement the same day Trump announced his presidential bid in November, along with Rep. Mary Miller, R-Ill., and New York Rep. Elise Stefanik.
Photo courtesy of Sen. Marsha Blackburn's official Twitter account