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Trump made 42 endorsements in recent primaries. Here who won – as well as who we are still waiting on.

However, Trump’s chosen candidate for Arizona secretary of state, Mark Finham, supported lead. He’s a poster child for election deniers, and possibly win in november should he approved the nomination.

One win was the most technical: Trump announced late Monday night that “Eric has my complete as well as total support!” This left voters to do up their minds as both ERIC Senate candidates rushed to thank Trump. After all, the state attorney general Eric Schmitt came out with victory, much to my relief of top Republicans across the country.

former the president also approved more down candidates for voting in Michigan than anywhere else, doing good on his promise when he visited the state in April: This is not just about 2022… It’s about creating sure Michigan is not rigged and stolen again in 2024″.

Arizona wins so far

AZ04

Rep. Paul Gosar

Won with 64 percent of in vote. He voted to cancel the 2020 election. results.

Trump backed the incumbent the day after Gosar’s House passed a resolution removing the congressman from the committee. for anime video posting appearing attack Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and President Joe Biden.

Gosar was on fields in the House this year, even receiving a rebuke from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. for speaking to a white nationalist event in March. But Trump said the congressman “was a staunch supporter of of our America First agenda and even more most importantly, the USA.

AZ08

Rep. Debbie Lesko

Unopposed. She voted to cancel the 2020 election results.

Still waiting in Arizona

  • Kari Lake (governor)
  • Abraham Hamade (Attorney General)
  • Mark Fincham (Secretary of State)
  • Blake Masters (Senate)
  • David Schweikert (AZ01)
  • Eli Crane (AZ02)
  • Wendy Rogers (State Senate District 7)
  • Rob Scantlebury (State Senate District 9)
  • David Farnsworth (State Senate District 10)
  • Anthony Kern (State Senate District 27)
  • Janae Shamp (State Senate District 29)

Kansas wins

GOVERNOR

Derek Schmidt

Won with about 81 percent of in vote.

SENATE

Jerry Moran

Won with about 81 percent of in vote.

KS01

Rep. Tracey Mann

Unopposed. She voted to cancel the 2020 election results.

Missouri wins

MO03

Rep. Blaine Lutkemeyer

Won with 70 percent of in vote. He voted to cancel the 2020 election. results.

MO06

Rep. Sam Graves

Won with 76 percent of in vote.

MO08

Rep. Jason Smith

Won with 82 percent of in vote. He voted to cancel the 2020 election. results.

Michigan wins so far

GOVERNOR

Tudor Dixon

Won with about 40 percent of in vote.

Trump gave last-minute approval Dixon last week ahead of en already competitive and chaotic gubernatorial elections, in five applicants were disqualified and one was accused with offenses related to the January 6 riots. By the time Trump intervened, two of the leaders were removed from race and Dixon had already attracted high-ranking supporters, including former Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos family.

However, Trump took credit for with raising it campaign “like rocket ship.

“When I met Tudor Dixon, she was not widely known, but I could tell that there was something very special,” he said in his approval.

PROSECUTOR GENERAL

Matthew DePerno

Not selected as primary vote – expected to receive a party nomination at the convention later in August.

SECRETARY OF STATE

Christina Karamo

Not selected as primary vote – expected to receive a party nomination at the convention later in August.

Karamo, who is a part of same coalition of secretary of state candidates like Finchem gained notoriety as a poll participant in 2020 after Michigan election announcement machines were fraudulent. Trump called Karamo strong on crime, adding: “Good luck Christina, and while you’re at it, check out fake elections results what took place in in city of Detroit.”

MI02

Rep. Bill Huizenga

Unopposed.

MI03

John Gibbs

Won with about 53 percent of in vote.

Gibbs, Trump former director of office of personnel management, faced a key Opponent: Rep. Peter Meyer one of 10 Republicans in the House of Representatives who voted in service of impeachment.

As congressman polls dropped for his vote decisionGibbs was able to overcome Meyer’s fame and funding. Unlike Meyer, “a terrible representative of Republican Party… [Gibbs] won’t turn it around back on Michigan,” Trump said. in his approval.

MI04

Rep. John Mulenaar

Won with 65 percent of in vote.

MI07

Rep. Tim Wahlberg

Won with 67 percent of in vote. He voted to cancel the 2020 election. results.

MI09

Lisa McClain

Won with 79 percent of in vote.

MI10

John James

Won with 87 percent of in vote.

STATE HOUSE DISTRICT 36

Steve Carra

Won with 40 percent of in vote.

State Senate District 17

Jonathan Lindsey

Won with 61 percent of in vote.

state house district 51

Matt Maddock

Unopposed.

Still waiting in Michigan

  • Mike Detmer (State Senate District 22)
  • Rachel Smith (State Chamber District 43)
  • Jackie Eubanks (State Chamber District 63)
  • Kevin Rathbun (State Chamber District 71)
  • John Rocha (Write in candidate – State House District 78)
  • Angela Rigas (State Chamber District 79)
  • Mike Hodley (State Chamber District 99)

Still waiting in Washington

  • Joe Kent (BA03)
  • Lauren Culp (WA04)

ICYMI: Maryland win on July 19

GOVERNOR

Daniel Cox

Won with 52 percent of in vote.

Coke former state delegate who charter buses for riots at the Capitol on January 6 and regularly promoted Trump stolen election theory.

His win was a blow to the moderate wing of the state Republican Party and its ability influence Maryland voters. But especially cute. for trump, who supported Cox over term- Limited by Gov. Larry Hogan pick, Kelly Schultz. They all have history: Hogan repeatedly criticized Trump while he was in office while Cox tried to impeach the governor of Maryland in February.

Trump took a hit both Hogan and Schultz in pre-election statement on 19 July calling on voters to “get rid of of Tripping RINO Larry Hogan who trying to get another RINO into the office of Kelly Schultz.”

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