"Colin Powell endorses Barack Obama for president", CBS News 10/25/2012:
With 12 days to go before the presidential election, Powell publicly endorsed President Obama for re-election on "CBS This Morning" Thursday
"I voted for him in 2008 and I plan to stick with him in 2012 and I'll be voting for he and for Vice President Joe Biden next month."
For some background — including a similar quotation from Mitt Romney, "I like he and Callista" — see "Coordinate object 'he' in the news", 1/3/2012. (And for some further discussion of the grammatical issues, see "Does Julia Gillard know subjects from objects?", 12/19/2006, and "Patterns of prestigious deviance", 10/3/2011.) But "…voting for he and for Vice President Joe Biden" has extra interest because the pronouns are not, strictly speaking, coordinated.
There do seem to be varieties of English in which coordinated pronouns are always nominative, regardless of the role that the conjunction plays in the higher-level syntax.
Here's another example with for — "Quad Q&A: Stanford Quarterback Andrew Luck", NYT 2/13/2011:
Q: How much when you’re making the decision that wasn’t the decision, how much of Coach Harbaugh leaving or potentially leaving did that weigh in at all?
A: I think myself and all the other Stanford players figured he was going to do the best for he and his family.
Dave Itzkoff, "Florida Governor Will Seek Pardon for Jim Morrison", NYT 11/16/2010:
Mr. Crist, a Republican-turned-independent who lost his bid for a United States Senate seat in November and whose term as governor expires in January, seemed to side with many Doors fans in explaining his decision to submit Morrison for a pardon. As Morrison’s supporters have long argued, Mr. Crist said no documentary evidence presented at the singer’s trial showed Morrison exposing himself, and expressed regret that Morrison died before he could present his appeal. (Mr. Crist also noted that both he and Morrison attended Florida State University.)
“It just creates a lot of empathy, all these circumstances that add up,” Mr. Crist [said]. “And my heart bleeds for he and his family that this may not have even ever happened, yet it’s unfortunately currently part of his record.”
Here's an example where the pattern is not in a quotation, but in the text of a (presumably edited) piece — Paul Wisenthal, "The Start-Up as the First Step Up ", NYT 5/11/2006:
Jabious, now 19, said fashion was a natural choice for he and his brother. "We were always interested in fashion and wanted to have our own clothing line," he said "We asked this guy from church to design five shirts. We paid him $100, but soon after realized we could not make a profit."