Washington. Republican voters in West Virginia on Tuesday chose in favor of Donald Trump to represent them in the November US midterm elections, but the former president saw one of his subjects lose the Nebraska primary.
Obviously, these two sparsely urbanized states are Republicans and the winning candidates in these primaries are in a very good position to be elected in November. For Trump, it’s an opportunity to garner more support in Congress or among local executives, which he will need if he is to retake control of the White House in 2024.
In Nebraska (Midwest), Donald Trump officially endorsed the candidacy of Charles Herbster, a sixty-year-old who made his fortune from cattle and wants to become governor, despite being accused of sexual assault by eight women, including the local elect who rejects it.
Voters finally chose their opponent Jim Palin, according to the newspaper’s predictions The The New York Times and the series CNN After counting 93% of the votes. Bellin, a senior conservative college official, had the support of current Governor Pete Ricketts, who was unable to run because he had already secured two terms.
In West Virginia (east), where the primaries were held on Tuesday after the reorganization of the electoral districts, the former Republican president decided to support Congressman Alex Mooney, who defeated another Republican congressman, David McKinley.
In this case, too, the election of Donald Trump did not like the state’s governor, Jim Justice, who backed McKinley. “I love West Virginia. Congratulations to Alex Mooney on his big win!!!” Trump replied. In Truth Social, your social network.
In total, dozens of US states are holding primaries in May to determine who will be their Republican nominee for incumbent President Joe Biden’s midterm legislative elections.
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