U.S. Rep. Kay Granger: “I am disappointed. I think there were better candidates for our nominee. There is also a great deal of work needed to heal the divisions caused by this campaign. I hope that healing can happen. I have reservations, not for him as the nominee but how that affects some members and other candidates. . . . I’m not endorsing at this point. I endorsed Jeb Bush. I’m not going to endorse again.” (13 May 2016)


U.S. Rep. Joe Barton: “If he’s our nominee, I’ll support him and vote for him.” (13 May 2016)

U.S. Rep. Michael Burgess: “As I have said before, I plan to put all of my support behind Donald Trump and do whatever is asked of me to ensure a Republican is elected president.” (13 May 2016)

U.S. Rep. Kenny Marchant: “I’m going to support the nominee.” (13 May 2016)

Gov. Rick Perry: After saying that Donald Trump is a “cancer on conservatism,” he cast aside his principles and said he would endorse him and said he’d consider being Trump’s VP.

U.S. Rep. Roger Williams: “I was a Cruz guy. I’ve endorsed Trump because he’s our candidate.” (13 May 2016)