ARIZONA’S SECRETARY OF STATE KEY REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IS WON BY MARK FINCHEM
On Friday, July 22, 2022, in Prescott, Arizona, Republican Mark Finchem gestures to the crowd as he enters the throng to speak at a Save America rally. Ross D. Franklin/AP Photo
Mark Finchem has been declared the victor in the four-way Republican primary for secretary of state, according to the Associated Press.
Election integrity has been a major campaign issue for Finchem, an Arizona lawmaker who supported former President Donald Trump’s efforts to have the results of the 2020 presidential election overturned. Should he win the general election in November, Finchem has pledged to faithfully uphold the law to ensure free and fair elections.
I find it intriguing that certain individuals, mostly Democrats, are saying that he will destroy the system. In a recent interview, Finchem denied that he would use his possible post to influence election results, saying instead that he was going to do this and was a threat to democracy.
Finchem defeated three other Republicans, one of whom also questioned the validity of the 2020 election results.
Arizona House was defeated by Finchem. Rep. Shawnna Bolick, state Sen. Michelle Ugenti-Rita, and entrepreneur Beau Lane are the authors of a law that was put out last year by Rep. Bolick that might allow the state legislature to invalidate presidential election results.
This report was made possible by the Associated Press.
Share Following his endorsement victories in Kansas and Missouri, TRUMP TOUTS HIS “BIG NIGHT.”
Donald Trump, a former president of the United States, gets ready to speak on July 24, 2021 in Phoenix, Arizona at the Rally To Protect Our Elections conference. (Image courtesy of Brandon Bell/Getty Images)
Tuesday night, former president Donald Trump bragged about his endorsement victory in Kansas and Missouri on his social media network, TRUTH Social.
Won every race we endorsed in Kansas and Missouri, Trump wrote . “Eric, great job. Big Night. Thanks a lot!
In the battle for the Senate in Missouri, Trump had endorsed both Eric Schmitt and the late Eric Greitens. Later, Schmitt won the party’s nomination.
Derek Schmidt, the GOP’s victorious gubernatorial candidate in Kansas, received Trump’s support. Schmidt will now compete in November against current Democratic Governor Laura Kelly.
Kyle Morris wrote the post Share RASHIDA TLAIB, A MEMBER OF THE FAR LEFT “SQUAD,” WINNS THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY IN MICHIGAN
Rep. Rashida Tlaib, a Democrat from Michigan, has a strong relationship with a Palestinian activist who has a history of posting antisemitic comments on social media, including calling Jews “satanic.” (Illustration by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
In the state’s 12th Congressional District, Democrat Rashida Tlaib, a member of the far-left “Squad,” defeated Detroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey in the primary.
Given that the newly created district will be overwhelmingly Democratic in November, Tlaib is predicted to easily win reelection.
The race was called by the Associated Press.
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President Joe Biden, March 31, 2022. BIDEN REPLIES TO KANSAS VOTERS REJECTING ABORTION AMENDMENT. (Kevin Lamarque/File Photo via REUTERS)
President Biden praised Kansas voters for rejecting a constitutional amendment that would have given the state’s lawmakers the power to control abortion in a statement released Tuesday night.
The harsh decision of the Supreme Court to reverse Roe v. Wade endangered the lives and health of women. The American people spoke out about it tonight,” Biden stated. The aggressive attempts to change the state constitution to take away a woman’s freedom to choose and pave the way for a statewide ban were rejected by a record number of voters in Kansas. The majority of Americans agree that women should have access to abortion and the freedom to make their own health care decisions, as demonstrated by this vote.
He continued, “Congress should respect the wishes of the American people and reinstate Roe protections as a matter of federal law. “Although it is the only method to guarantee a woman’s right to make her own decisions, my administration will continue to take significant steps to safeguard women’s access to reproductive health care. We will keep taking action where we can to defend women’s access to care and reproductive rights. The American people must also keep speaking up to defend women’s health care rights, especially the right to an abortion.
On Thursday, July 28, 2022, at a news conference about the Wildfire Response and Drought Resiliency Act, Rep. Kim Schrier, D-Wash., talks. (Image by Bill Clark, courtesy of CQ-Roll Call, Inc. on Getty Images)
Kim Schrier, a Democrat running for Congress in Washington’s 8th Congressional District, won the open primary and has now moved on to the general election.
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On Monday, September 20, 2021, Tiffany Smiley, a Republican running for the U.S. Senate in the state of Washington, is interviewed in Washington, DC. (Image credit: Bill Clark / CQ-Roll Call, Inc. via Getty Images) )
Tiffany Smiley will now run for the Washington State Senate in the general election in November.
Democratic candidate for Senate Patty Murray has also qualified for the general election in November.
Kyle Morris Share posted a comment To represent Missouri in the US Senate, Trudy Busch Valentine has secured the Democratic nomination.
The Associated Press declared the winner of the race.
Kyle Morris Share posted a comment The Republican nominee will now face her in the general election, when voters will select who will succeed term-limited GOP Gov. Doug Ducey.
Brandon Gillespie posted the item Share VOTING ENDS IN WASHINGTON Officially, voting has ended in Washington.
In their districts, Donald Trump-endorsed candidates are running against two Republican lawmakers who voted to impeach the former president.
In the GOP primary for Washington’s 4th Congressional District, Trump-backed candidate and former police chief Loren Culp will face off against Rep. Dan Newhouse, who has served four terms. The 3rd District of Washington is hosting a different race of a similar nature. In the Republican primary, Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, one of the few Republicans who voted to impeach the former President, will face off against Joe Kent, the candidate who won Trump’s endorsement.
Voters cast their ballots for the state’s Senate election. Sen. Patty Murray, a Democrat who has served as the senator for Washington state for 30 years, is running for re-election to a sixth term. Tiffany Smiley is in the lead in the GOP contest for the Senate and plans to face the Democrat nominee in the fall.
Kim Schrier, a Democrat running for Congress in Washington’s 8th Congressional District, is up against Republicans who want to turn the swing district red.
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Kyle Morris wrote the post Haley Stevens, an Share Democrat, has won her party’s nomination to run for Congress from Michigan’s 11th Congressional District.
Kyle Morris wrote the post CORI Bush, Share FAR-LEFT “SQUAD” MEMBER, Wins Missouri Democratic Primary
On May 6, 2021, Rep. Cori Bush gives a testimony during a hearing of the House Oversight and Reform Committee in the Rayburn Building. (Image credit: Tom Williams / CQ-Roll Call, Inc. via Getty Images)
Democratic state senator from Missouri and “Squad” member Cori Bush defeated state senator Steve Roberts in the 1st Congressional District primary.
Given that she represents a strongly Democratic district in November, Bush is predicted to win reelection with ease.
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Kyle Morris Share posted a comment GARRETT SOLDANO, a Michigan GOP candidate for governor, slams Gov. Whitmer over abortion and CRT Prior to Tuesday’s GOP primary, Republican contender for governor of Michigan Garrett Soldano is attacking Democratic incumbent Gretchen Whitmer over her stance on the state’s abortion statute as well as the topic of teaching critical race theory (CRT) in schools.
We must speak to one another, right? Additionally, the legislature speaks for the people. When it comes to Roe v. Wade, you don’t do what the governor is currently doing. She is ignoring the legislature just as she did during the COVID lockdowns, according to a 1931 legislation that is currently in effect in the state of Michigan, according to Soldano.
Soldano was referring to Whitmer’s efforts to prevent the 1931 statute from taking effect after the recent Roe v. Wade decision by the U.S. Supreme Court, which would have prohibited abortions without including an exemption for rape or incest.
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Brandon Gillespie posted the item Independent Missouri Senate candidate John Wood makes a commitment to join the GOP if elected ( Share ).
1 The House Select Committee to Inquire the Attack on the Capitol on January 6, 2021 hears testimony from John Wood, Committee Investigative Staff Counsel, on June 16, 2022. (olivierdoilierery/AFP via Getty Images )
John Wood, a former Jan. 6 committee investigator who is vying for the Missouri Senate seat as an independent and has pledged to caucus with Republicans if elected, wants to bring people together in the state and throughout the nation.
In an interview with Fox News Digital on Friday, Wood said, “I’ve been a longtime Republican and conservative, but the primaries for both parties have turned into a contest to see who can become the most extremist and polarizing.” “As indicated by the fact that all of the Republican candidates seem committed to trying to alter the outcome of the 2020 presidential election,” the author writes.
There are several candidates running in the state’s Republican and Democratic primary elections for the Senate, including former GOP front-runner Eric Greitens, who presided as Missouri’s 56th governor from 2017 to 2018 until resigning.
Wood will be listed as an independent candidate on the general election ballot in November.
GOP GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE KEVIN RINKE SEEKS TO END LONG-LASTING EFFECTS OF WHITMER’S COVID SHUTDOWN Posted by Kyle Morris Share Democrat Gretchen Whitmer’s COVID shutdowns have had a lasting impact on the state, and Republican candidate for governor of Michigan Kevin Rinke is working to reverse that impact through a number of initiatives targeted at enhancing the state’s economy and educational system.
The longtime businessman attacked Whitmer for the harm she allegedly caused to Michigan’s businesses in an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital ahead of Tuesday’s primary. He also laid out his plans to improve the business climate in the state and argued that he is the Republican candidate with the best chance of winning in November among a crowded field of contenders.
I’ll share them with you, but Gov. Whitmer’s shutdowns put Michigan #1 in a few categories, Rinke said. In terms of the number of small enterprises closed per capita, we led the nation. In terms of personal income loss per person, we were first in the nation (9.8%). In terms of the amount of women who lost their employment during COVID, we were #1 in the nation.
Tudor Dixon, a former entrepreneur, has been viewed as the front-runner in the Republican primary for governor of Michigan, beating off candidates including chiropractor Garrett Soldano and businessman Kevin Rinke. John Engler, a former governor of Michigan, and former president Donald Trump both endorsed her.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib, a member of the “Squad,” was also on the ballot; she could face a stiff primary battle from Rep. Peter Meijer, a Republican incumbent, as well as from fellow Democrat and Detroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey.
Voters in Missouri cast ballots to decide which Democrat and Republican would compete in the general election to succeed retiring Republican Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt. The campaign for the Republican nomination was closely contested by Eric Greitens, Eric Schmitt, and Congresswoman Ricky Hartzler.
If incumbent Democrat Gov. Laura Kelly wins her primary, voters in Kansas will pick which Republican candidate will likely challenge her, while voters in the 3rd Congressional District will choose which Republican candidate would likely challenge vulnerable incumbent Democrat Rep. Sharice Davids. Additionally, voters approved a bill that would give state legislators the power to control abortion.
Brandon Gillespie posted the item Share KARRIN TAYLOR ROBSON, A REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR OF ARIZONA, BLASTS ‘FRAUD’ KARI LAKE PRIOR TO PRIMARY Republican Karrin Taylor Robson blasted Kari Lake ahead of Tuesday’s election, calling her a “fraud,” a “fake,” and a “fabulous actress” for switching from being an anti-Trump Republican to singing the former president
In an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital, Robson explained why she was the “better choice” than Lake to face Katie Hobbs, the likely Democratic nominee, in the general election in November. She also emphasized the benefits of choosing her over Lake because of her experience as a business owner and volunteer in the community.
“I’m a better option since I can learn on the job; it saves time. I’ll advise the voters to look to Kamala Harris if they want to see what that looks like. Robson compared Lake, a former journalist, to the vice president who frequently makes mistakes, Kamala Harris, and added, “It’s not pretty.
Brandon Gillespie posted the item Share Gretchen Whitmer is criticized by TUDOR DIXON for her educational policies and the harm they cause to students during COVID Exclusive. Republican Tudor Dixon, a candidate for governor of Michigan, claimed that Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is to blame for the state’s education system’s collapse, which is largely attributable to her stringent COVID rules, as well as for vetoing several proposals that would have improved literacy.
Dixon highlighted her intentions to make Michigan’s educational system one of the greatest in the nation in an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital, detailing what she thought caused the “decline” in how the state was educating its children and blaming Whitmer’s administration for the drop.
Dixon argued that it was crucial to discuss Whitmer’s track record, what she has done to the state, and most importantly, what has happened to our children’s education.
“Our children missed more school days than most other states. She continued, pointing to the prolonged suspension of in-person instruction throughout the state as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. “In fact, if you talk to Republican governors, they would say blue states stayed out of school for twice as long as red states,” she said.
Brandon Gillespie posted the item Share IN THE MISSOURI SENATE RACE, THREE GOP FRONT-RANKERS PROMISE TO OPPOSE MCCONNELL AS MAJORITY LEADER. Mitch McConnell, a Republican from Kentucky, is the minority leader in the Senate. J. Scott Applewhite/AP Photo
Three GOP front-runners for the Senate seat in Missouri’s primary have sworn to oppose Minority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., if the party regains control of the chamber in November.
In three different remarks this week, the Republican Representative Vicky Hartzler from Missouri, the Missouri attorney general Eric Schmitt, and the former governor of Missouri Eric Greitens all denounced Minority Leader McConnell.
During his remarks at a campaign rally in Columbia, Missouri, on Wednesday, Schmitt became the first speaker this week to criticize the minority leader. Schmitt told a reporter, “I believe the Senate needs new leadership.”
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Brandon Gillespie posted the item Prior to the statewide vote, Share OUT-OF-STATE DONORS ARE SPENDING MILLIONS TO PROTECT ABORTION IN KANSAS
5. On April 23, 2020, the Kansas state capital is visible in Topeka, Kansas. (Image: Jamie Squire via Getty)
Following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, Kansas will be the first state in the US to vote on abortion, and pro-choice organizations and individuals from outside the state are spending millions of dollars in contributions to try to sway the result of that vote.
Voters will determine on Aug. 2 whether elected officials in Kansas will be able to restrict abortion after the state’s Supreme Court declared that the 1859 Kansas Constitution grants a “natural right” to abortion in a vote on the Value Them Both constitutional amendment.
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Kyle Morris wrote the post To combat Republicans who support impeachment, Share TRUMP-BACKED WASHINGTON HOUSE CANDIDATES Joe Kent and Loren Culp, left to right, are candidates for the Washington GOP House. (Propaganda for Joe Kent; Karen Ducey/Getty Images)
Next week, two GOP House candidates from Washington who are running to represent two different Congressional districts in the state will compete against incumbent Republicans who supported the impeachment of former President Donald Trump last year. They are hoping that this will encourage voters to the polls.
Reps. Jaime Herrera Beutler of the third congressional district and Rep. Dan Newhouse of the fourth congressional district are both vulnerable Republicans who are facing multiple opponents in their primaries, including two opponents who have Trump’s support.
Both Joe Kent, a retired Army Special Forces chief warrant officer, and Loren Culp, a former Washington police chief running against Newhouse and Beutler, insisted in recent interviews with Fox News Digital that the votes to impeach Trump by the two GOP House members could have an effect on Tuesday’s election.
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Kyle Morris wrote the post Share GAY GOP House candidate insists that the “New Republican Party” will be more accepting and work to bring Americans together.
7 Republican Corey Gibson is running for office in Washington’s 4th Congressional District. (Campaign of Corey Gibson)
Republican candidate Corey Gibson claims that the “new Republican Party” is bringing Americans together regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Gibson is running to represent Washington’s 4th Congressional District.
Gibson recently spoke with Fox News Digital about his campaign’s goals and how being a gay guy running in a crowded primary field has had little to no impact on how voters view his candidacy, despite the fact that he hasn’t made it a priority of his campaign.