Trump provided 17 endorsements in the last primaries. Here are the winners.

State Senator Darren Bailey’s victory in Illinois also came after a belated endorsement of Trump, although Bailey had already climbed to the top of the polls before then. Bailey defeated moderate candidate Richard Irvine, who was funded by local billionaire Ken Griffin.

In deep red Utah, Trump chose to support Representatives Burgess Owens and Chris Stewart, who voted to challenge the results of the 2020 election, and ignored Representatives John Curtis and Blake Moore, who voted to establish a bipartisan panel to investigate Jan. 11. 6 attacks. But it doesn’t matter — all of the Utah GOP incumbents won the nominations on Tuesday. Besides Davis, four representatives who voted to create the bipartisan committee survived primary challengers, though Trump avoided getting involved in their races.

Colorado wins

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Representative Lauren Poubert

He won with 65 percent of the vote. You voted to nullify the 2020 election results.

According to witness testimony, Poubert was among those who met with White House aides and Trump campaign officials around Thanksgiving in 2020 to discuss ways former Vice President Mike Pence could delay the January 6 election certifications. 6. But he denied having a role in today’s riots or planning sessions. In his endorsement, Trump said Poubert was a “courageous leader and advocate for the America First agenda and a fighter against loser RINOs and radical Democrats.”

Illinois wins

Governor Governor

Darren Bailey

The state senator has aggressively sought Trump’s endorsement among six candidates, including Irvine, whose funding from Griffin made the race one of the most expensive non-presidential primaries ever. Bailey was a nominee delegate for the former president in 2020, specifically seeking Trump’s endorsement. During a weekend rally where he endorsed Bailey, Trump called him “a preeminent warrior in the Illinois State Senate where he is fully respected by all of us,” while incumbent Democratic Governor J.B. Pritzker has been called “one of the worst governors in America.”

IL12

Representative Mike Post

unopposed.

IL15

Representative Mary Miller

He won with 58 percent of the vote. You voted to nullify the 2020 election results.

Miller ran against fellow Republican Representative Rodney Davis, who voted to create the January 6 commission and sparked outrage from within the party. The actress had her share of controversies while in office: she repeated an Adolf Hitler quote to crowds on January 5, and was recently dubbed SCOTUS Raw vs. Wade A “victory for white life” during a Trump rally drew many chants, although she later said she meant to say “the right to life.” Trump said Miller was a “warrior of our movement” during a weekend rally.

IL18

Representative Dareen Lahoud

He won about two-thirds of the vote.

Oklahoma wins

Governor Governor

Governor Kevin State

He won with 69 percent of the vote.

State previously said that Trump was one of his inspirations to run for president four years ago. The former president also endorsed State then, following his career when he was “a very successful businessman in 2018… now, he’s a fighter for the wonderful people of Oklahoma,” he said in his 2022 endorsement. Trump threw a fundraiser for the candidate in April .

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Representative Kevin Hearn

unopposed.

OK03

Representative Frank Lucas

He won 61 percent of the vote. He voted to nullify the 2020 election results.

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Representative Tom Cole

He won with 70 percent of the vote.

Utah wins

Senator

that it. Mike Lee

He won 61 percent of the vote.

A former Trump skeptic, Lee He desperately sought the endorsement of the former president, prompting his main rivals to campaign on the grounds that the state had moved on from both. The senator also used his faith to justify his support for the then president, much to the chagrin of the Latter Day Saint residents. The latest investigations conducted by the Jan. 6 commission showed Discuss the methods On Legal Denial of 2020 Election Results in Scripts with Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.

UT02

Representative Chris Stewart

He won with 72 percent of the vote. He voted to nullify the 2020 election results.

UT04

Representative Burgess Owens

He won 61 percent of the vote. He voted to nullify the 2020 election results.

Days before January 6, Owens said he would challenge the election results because “there was no doubt in my mind” that Trump was the rightful winner. And he held that position until the end of January, saying that before President Joe Biden was the winner from “the beginning.” Trump supported Owens over the weekend, who spoke at the 2020 Republican National Convention. “I campaigned with Burgess to flip that seat in 2020, and I’m proud to support him again,” he said in a statement.

ICYMI: Alabama wins on June 21

Senate

Katie Britt

He won with 63 percent of the vote.

ICYMI: Virginia wins on June 21

VA01

Representative Rob Whitman

unopposed. He voted to nullify the 2020 election results.

VA05

Representative Bob Goode

unopposed. He voted to nullify the 2020 election results.

VA06

Representative Ben Klein

He won with 82 percent of the vote. He voted to nullify the 2020 election results.

VA09

Representative Morgan Griffiths

unopposed. He voted to nullify the 2020 election results.

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