Top 5 Places to Do It (Endorse Romney)

PHOTO: Some people have a fear of crowded elevators.
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Mitt Romney has gotten endorsements from a lot of Republicans. What makes them different is location, location, location. Here are the best places where Romney's supporters have committed the deed.

PHOTO: Some people have a fear of crowded elevators.
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An Elevator

That's where George W. Bush offered his passing support for the Republican nominee. His four words as the doors closed: "I'm for Mitt Romney."

PHOTO: Former Penn. Sen. Rick Santorum gestures as former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney, right, listens during a Republican presidential debate, Jan. 23, 2012, at the University of South Florida in Tampa, Fla.
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Middle of the Night

Waking up to a surprise after the sun sets? Onetime rival Rick Santorum announced to his followers that he was backing Romney. He did it in an email, in the 13th paragraph.

A Rally

For the theatrical, like Sen. John McCain, nothing says "I want you for president" more than an adrenaline-pumped campaign powwow. McCain's performance was awkward: He yelled out Obama's name when he meant to say Romney's.

PHOTO: Jeb Bush, Governor of Florida, attends a conference discussing Innovation in Education Systems at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon, Portugal.
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A Piece of Paper

The eloquent and ink-only approach works for those who have been holding out for quite some time, like Jeb Bush, who released a statement after Romney won the primary in Illinois.

PHOTO: Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul speaks to his supporters following his loss in the Maine caucus to Mitt Romney, in Portland, Maine.
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Then there are those who just won't give in no matter how hard you try. We're looking at you, Ron Paul.

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