Trump-endorsed Wendy Rogers raises $2.5 million in campaign contributions

by Ryan Meilstrup

Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers has reported impressive campaign contributions for her reelection bid to the Arizona Senate.

Rogers, who is endorsed by President Trump, reportedly raised $2,453,700.58 from 40,000 individual, small, personal, and family contributions.

Rogers tweeted, “My fundraising numbers just posted. Thank you to the over 40,000 individual donors who contributed to my reelection. We want arrests, decertification, banning the fraud machines, audits, the wall, protecting our guns, & freedom from medical tyranny. I will keep fighting.”

Rogers has become nationally known for being one of the leading voices supporting an audit of the 2020 presidential election. The 5th generation military officer advocated for a 50-state audit of the 2020 election.

In November, she received an endorsement from President Trump who described her as a “MAGA warrior.”

“Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers is doing everything in her power to find out the truth of the 2020 Election, and to hold people accountable for Election Fraud in Arizona. Wendy is a MAGA warrior who loves our Country and listens to her constituents. She has a truly great fighting spirit, is strong on Law and Order, securing our Border, and gun rights. Wendy Rogers has my Complete and Total Endorsement for reelection to the Arizona State Senate because she FIGHTS!”

Following Arizona’s audit that found thousands of voting irregularities, Rogers led the effort for a 50-state audit of the 2020 election, which included state lawmakers from all over the country.

The lawmakers argued that if the audit finds evidence of fraud that could change the results of the 2020 election, then the House of Representatives must be convened to decide how to press forward.

The lawmakers called for drastic action to be taken if the results of the audit showed widespread fraud by convening the House of Representatives.

“If it is shown that either Joe Biden would receive fewer than 270 tallied electoral votes, or Donald Trumps would receive more than 270 electoral votes,” the letter reads, “then we call for the US House of Representatives to convene and vote per the US Constitution by means of one vote per state to decide the rightful winner of the election in accordance with the constitutional process of choosing electors.”

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