The candidates are in the final weeks of the primary season, and some have already begun making the rounds.
While the field of potential candidates is long, a look at the candidates’ final endorsements shows the wide variety of potential backers.
The Tennessee Republican Party on Monday formally endorsed Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee as its candidate for president.
The announcement comes as the Republican National Committee (RNC) announced its endorsement of former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania for president in the upcoming election.
In Tennessee, several candidates have already endorsed and endorsed the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley.
The state Republican Party has already endorsed three of them: former Gov.
Bill Haslam, former Sen. Jim DeMint and former U-S.
Rep. Charlie Dent.
In other Tennessee endorsements, Sen. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee announced Monday that he would be running for president as an independent.
Andy Beshear of Tennessee is also running as an Independent.
The endorsements are just the latest in a string of high-profile endorsements.
Earlier this week, former Florida Gov.
Jeb Bush said he would run for president if he is elected.
On Monday, former Govs.
Mark Warner and Ron DeSantis also announced they would be joining the campaign.
Mike Huckabee is also a potential candidate.
In March, he endorsed former Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and former Sen., Bob Corker, who will also be running.
The race is already tight in Tennessee, with the race for the state’s lone Senate seat, U.A.E. 4th District, currently in play.
In addition to the Republican Party’s endorsement, the race also includes a number of other candidates and their supporters.