President Trump’s candidates dominate primaries

2WCGH9P Des Moines, United States. 15th Jan, 2024. Former US President Donald J. Trump celebrates his win in the 2024 Iowa Caucus at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines, Iowa on Monday, January 15, 2024. Next up in the race for the White House will be the New Hampshire primary. Photo by Tannen Maury/UPI Credit: UPI/Alamy Live News

Photo: Alamy

Several of President Donald Trump’s endorsements met success in the June 11 Republican primaries across various states.

A bevy of America First candidates won their primary races in North Carolina, South Carolina, North Dakota, Nevada, and Maine, per the Washington Examiner

While congressional candidate Julie Fedorchak won her primary in North Carolina, the South Carolina races were the most explosive, getting President Trump four major wins. 

Rep. William Timmons, Rep. Nancy Mace, Rep. Joe Wilson, and Rep. Russell Fry all won their Republican primaries in South Carolina, displaying the staying power of leaders who support policies that put Americans first. 

Sen. Kevin Cramer won his primary in North Dakota along with gubernatorial candidate Rep. Kelly Armstrong. 

Armstrong’s campaign website featured President Trump’s glowing endorsement: “In Congress, Kelly strongly defended me through the SHAM impeachments and is 100% MAGA.”

“Kelly Armstrong has my Complete and Total Endorsement to be the next Governor of the Great State of North Dakota-HE WILL NOT LET YOU DOWN!” wrote President Trump.

The America First Republican primary wins also included Nevada candidate for Senate, Sam Brown. Brown is a veteran who received the Purple Heart after being injured during deployment in Afghanistan in 2008, per his website.

Brown was endorsed by President Trump just before the election, per RSBN. The 45th president called him a “FEARLESS AMERICAN PATRIOT.”

“As your next Senator, Sam will fight tirelessly to secure our Border, end Migrant Crime, stop Inflation, grow our Economy, STRONGLY SUPPORT OUR GREAT MILITARY/VETS, protect our always under siege Second Amendment, and restore PEACE THROUGH STRENGTH,” he added. 

Then, in Maine, Rep. Austin Theriault won his primary. Theriault arguably has the broadest background as he was raised in a logging/farming family and then became a NASCAR driver before being elected to Congress, per his website.

Nearly every candidate endorsed by Trump won their June 11 primary, signifying major gains heading toward the November elections. 

Related posts

President Trump embodies the heart of a true champion in the aftermath of the assassination attempt

The Indomitable Donald Trump

We must pray for President Trump and our nation after assassination attempt at PA rally