President Trump amplified his support for several GOP political fighters on Tuesday, adding more impressive names to a long list of endorsed America First candidates.
“A strong and wonderful woman named Kim Crockett is running, as the Republican Nominee, for Secretary of State in Minnesota, a State where Election Fraud is rampant, but where nothing is done about it or, more importantly, to FIX IT,” Trump wrote on Truth Social. “Kim will get to the bottom of that, and so much else.”
According to her official biography, Crockett pivoted from her work as an attorney and writer in 2019 to focus on election policy and volunteering in her state. She is also a member of the Election Integrity Network.
Via her campaign website: “I have been calling out state-sponsored, unconstitutional changes in election law led by special interest, DC-based law firms, election interference by Big-Tech players like Mark Zuckerberg, a failure of states like Minnesota to follow statutory election law, as well as election irregularities and voter fraud – all of which undermine confidence in our elections.”
President Trump also endorsed New Hampshire Republican Robert Burns’ bid for Congress, telling voters, “He strongly supports our Second Amendment, Secure Borders, Lower Taxes and our Great Veterans. Get Out and Vote for Robert – He has my complete and total endorsement!”
Burns was formerly a delegate for President Trump at the 2016 Republican National Convention and has been involved with the Young Republicans.
Dale Strong is another candidate for U.S. Congress that Trump lent support to on Tuesday. Strong is running for Congress in Alabama and was the first Republican elected chairman of the Madison County Commission in 2012.
“I am a pro-life Christian who will stand up for the unborn and fight for our Christian values. These values are under attack today by those who want to control what we read on social media and what our children are taught in school,” Strong’s website boldly stated.
“Dale Strong will be a fantastic Representative for North Alabama in Congress. Dale was with us from the beginning and, in Congress, he will Grow our Economy, Fight Inflation, Stop Illegal Immigration, Strengthen our Military, Support our Vets and Brave Law Enforcement, Defend the Second Amendment, and Champion Conservative Values,” Trump wrote in his glowing endorsement.
Trump’s push to support these GOP candidates comes amid an intense midterm election season where the 45th president has thrown the full brunt of his political power behind countless America First candidates running for offices across the country.
Additional Trump GOP endorsements in October included:
- Dr. Rich McCormick – Georgia Congressional District 6,
- Nick Langworthy – New York Congressional District 23,
- Rep. Lee Zeldin – New York governor’s race,
- and Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt – Kansas governor’s race.