Written by on May 5, 2022


Shared By Peter Boykin – American Political Commentator / Citizen Journalist

Trump is now 55-0 in the 2022 primaries. Every single candidate he endorsed has either won or moved into runoff elections.

Those 55 endorsements came in Texas, Indiana, and Ohio.

Trump’s made roughly 130 endorsements in total. The other primary races have not happened yet.

The biggest victory for the Trump endorsement came in the Ohio GOP primary. It was a crowded field, with three candidates running as MAGA conservatives. But just two weeks ago, Trump decided to throw his support behind a candidate that was sitting in third place, polling around 10%, named J.D. Vance. Yesterday, Vance won easily – even defeating a challenger endorsed by Ted Cruz and Mark Levin.


Other notable Trump-endorsed winners include:

Madison Gesiotto Gilbert, Greg Pence, Warren Davidson, Max Miller, Jim Jordan, Frank LaRose, Jim Banks

2022 trends: Vote totals in Ohio show Republican voter turnout is on the rise while Democrat turnout is depressed:

In 2018:

GOP: 834,967

Dems: 688,788

In 2022:

GOP: 1,068,817

Dems: 502,100

There were similar trends in Texas. In Indiana, the final numbers are still trickling in.


[Source: CNN, Politico, Wake Up Right]

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