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During a week that found Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump deeper embroiled in controversy, more disaffected Republicans began to voice their support for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Republican donor and Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman announced her support for Clinton on Aug. 2, as did retiring Republican New York Rep. Richard Hanna—both coming a day after Jeb Bush adviser Sally Bradshaw did the same.

Here are the prominent Republicans who have said they’ll be crossing party lines and voting for Clinton in November:

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