While Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton has garnered the support of a long list of editorial boards, her Republican rival Donald Trump hasn't received any. Libertarian candidate GaryJohnson has six.

This presidential election may have the most lopsided batch of newspaper endorsements the US has ever seen.

While Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton has garnered the support of a long list of editorial boards, her Republican rival Donald Trump hasn't received any. Libertarian candidate GaryJohnson has six.

A number of conservative-leaning papers have even cautioned voters against putting Trump in office, and said they too are "with her."

Trump did receive the endorsement of four major newspapers in the Republican primaries, but they have yet to double down on their support for the general election on November 8.

Clinton received over 80 newspaper endorsements during the Democratic primaries, and dozens of editorial boards have since reiterated their conviction that she should be the next president, not Trump, now that they know those are the two major-party options.

Some of the papers, including The Desert Sun and The Houston Chronicle, rarely endorse Democrats — but 2016 is no regular election cycle. 

There are bound to be more endorsements as Election Day nears, but here's what she has so far: 

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1) The New York Times: "Our endorsement is rooted in respect for her intellect, experience, toughness and courage over a career of almost continuous public service, often as the first or only woman in the arena."

2) Los Angeles Times: "Perhaps her greatest strength is her pragmatism — her ability to build consensus and solve problems. As president, she would be flexible enough and experienced enough to cut across party lines and work productively with her political opponents."

3) The Baltimore Sun: "One candidate stands in the broad tradition of American leadership that has made this the greatest, most powerful and most prosperous nation in history. The other would have us trade that legacy for a cult of personality. The choice is clear."

4) Houston Chronicle: "These are unsettling times that require a steady hand: That's Hillary Clinton."

5) New York Daily News: "Heaven help America were, unthinkably, Clinton to fail. She is all that stands between the United States of America and never-before-seen proof that the Founding Fathers weren't all that they've been cracked up to be."

6) The Dallas Morning News: "We don't come to this decision easily. This newspaper has not recommended a Democrat for the nation's highest office since before World War II — if you're counting, that's more than 75 years and nearly 20 elections."

7) The Cincinnati Enquirer: "The Enquirer has supported Republicans for president for almost a century ... But this is not a traditional race, and these are not traditional times. ... We need a leader who will bring out the best in all Americans, not the worst."

8) The Arizona Republic: "This year is different. The 2016 Republican candidate is not conservative and he is not qualified. That's why, for the first time in our history, The Arizona Republic will support a Democrat for president.

9) San Francisco Chronicle: "[This election] is a test of whether American voters have the wisdom to identify and dispel a demagogue with authoritarian instincts who is treating a run for the presidency as if it were a reality TV show where outlandishness is the coin of the realm."

10) The Berkshire Eagle: "Clinton actually offers policies, which don't get the attention they should in an election campaign too often dominated by the latest Trump folly."

11) Portland Press Herald: "Electing the first woman president would open millions of doors to millions of women and girls – not just a symbolic victory, but also an actual step forward in the centuries-long struggle for equal rights."

12) Falls Church News-Press: "We are eager to see how the Clinton-Kaine team will continue the process of moving equality, justice and compassion forward as the cornerstones of our national interest and identity."

13) Dallas Voice: "We still have battles to fight in the name of equality, from employment nondiscrimination to transgender rights. Hillary was a co-sponsor of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act and she celebrates diversity. We stand with Hillary."

14) Akron Beacon Journal: "Hillary Clinton is the change. ... She knows her way around the partisan battles. The country doesn't need a revolution. It isn't a wreck. It requires the right brand of change."

15) San Diego Union-Tribune: "This paper has not endorsed a Democrat for president in its 148-year history. But we endorse Clinton. She's the safe choice for the US and for the world, for Democrats and Republicans alike."

16) Corpus Christi Caller-Times: "She is not, as has been sold, a mere lesser of two evils. Her experience and intellect would make her a standout in any group of candidates."

17) The Desert Sun: "Her efforts to help women, children and all Americans in a public life that ultimately took her on the global circuit as America’s spokeswoman make her the right choice to become our first female president."

18) Sacramento Bee: "It isn't mere partisan hyperbole to say she is one of the most prepared candidates ever for the presidency. She can step in as commander in chief on Day One, which in this dangerous, complicated world is no small matter."

19) The Charlotte Observer: "The sum of Clinton's flaws adds up to far less than the danger of Donald Trump. The Republican nominee is a man unfit for the presidency, and one who would steer our country toward peril."

20) Sun Sentinel: "Hillary's toughness and clear-headedness are reasons some of America's adversaries – Vladimir Putin, to name one – seem so eager to see Donald Trump in the White House. Hillary will look Putin in the eye and not blink."

21) Chicago Sun-Times: "Allow us, as well, a special shout-out to those who understand what a danger Trump represents but are cool to Clinton: A vote for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, a man who could not even pass a basic world geography test, is not a principled protest gesture. It is a retreat to the sidelines."

22) The Spokesman-Review: "The breadth of experience – from White House, to US Senate, to secretary of state – is unrivaled. Her grasp of the issues is impressive. She is not a charismatic leader, but she is tough, focused and cool under pressure."

23) The Tampa Bay Times: "Hillary Clinton is the only candidate for president with the values, experience and knowledge to meet the challenges at home and abroad."