With Trump’s help Wisconsin is now set and primed to have a Republican governor in office. Another gubernatorial race has just ended and as it seems like many other races across the country for the seat of governor anyone with a Trump stamp of approval has won victory. In Wisconsin Republican primary winner Tim Michaels was just declared the victor.
Townhall writes. Republican voters in Wisconsin chose Trump-endorsed candidate Tim Michels to challenge incumbent Democrat Governor Tony Evers in November. Michels defeated Pence-endorsed Rebecca Kleefisch, the former Wisconsin Lt. Governor who served under Scott Walker and survived Democrats’ 2012 recall attempt. Additionally, former Trump administration ambassador Nikki Haley and Senator Ted Cruz endorsed her. At his primary night party, Michels claimed victory and said “I’d like to thank President Trump for his support and his endorsement,” adding “he knows that we need new leadership in Madison and he sees a lot of similarities in me.”
Although Michaels and Kleefisch have a lot of similarities, one of the deciding factors may have been the Trump endorsement.
New york post writes, In a post on Truth Social, Trump congratulated Michels on his victory against “a wonderful and highly-competitive opponent, Rebecca Kleefisch,” adding, “I know both sides will come together and defeat one of the worst governors in the country, Tony Evers.”
Michels said in his victory speech that he would focus on issues affecting working-class Wisconsin residents.
All across the country in race after race, it appears that nearly all of Trump’s endorsed candidates have been winning. Do you think that the American people are done with the establishment GOP. It seems so.