Tulsi Gabbard is hitting the campaign trail HARD With a string of endorsements for prominent Republicans.
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Following her departure from the Democrat Party Tulsi Gabbard is going full force to make sure Dems feel the pain on November 8th with a string of endorsements.
The Daily Wire reports, Following her departure from the Democratic Party, former Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard has endorsed numerous GOP campaigns.
Recently, Gabbard appeared in a new re-election ad for South Dakota Republican Governor Kristi Noem.
Noem is not the only GOP leader to receive Gabbard’s support during the final days before midterm elections. In a tweet on Tuesday, she expressed her support for Ohio Republican Senate candidate J.D. Vance.
“Tim Ryan represents everything that is wrong with the warmongering Washington Establishment. I’m endorsing @JDVance1 because he knows the cost of war, and that our government exists to serve the people, not the other way around,” Gabbard wrote.
In addition, Democrat Tom Barrett, a GOP candidate for the Michigan House, received the endorsement of the former Hawaiian Democrat on Monday. The Republican candidate is running against the Democrat Rep. Elissa Slotkin.
Gabbard also spoke at a Las Vegas event in support of Republican Senate candidate Paul Laxalt on Friday.
Gabbard has even endorsed Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and Arizona GOP Senate candidate Blake Masters. Gabbard first campaigned for New Hampshire Republican Senate candidate Don Bolduc.
And in the deep blue state ruled by JB Pritzker, Tulsi showed up to endorse Darren Bailey.
ABC 7 Chicago reports, with eight days before the election, Darren Bailey hopes Tulsi Gabbard will unlock the vote of suburban women and soft Democrats.
NBC 5 Chicago noted, Former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, who earlier this year split from the Democratic party, campaigned on Monday with Bailey, a vocal critic of Pritzker’s “SAFE-T Act.”
He called crime Illinois’ number one problem, and Gabbard supported Bailey because of his stance, Bailey remarked, “I see Tulsi Gabbard as someone that realizes America is in trouble,”
The two held a rally that evening. Let’s take a look.
Tulsi Gabbard’s recent slew of Republican endorsements is sending shockwaves throughout the political world. As she departs from the Democratic party, she proves to be a wild card in tight races, possibly swaying soft Democrats with her seal of approval. Her endorsements prove she isn’t afraid to break party lines and support candidates whom she believes are the best fit for the job. Tulsi’s courage and determination to make a real impact in politics may just be the key to tipping the scales in crucial swing states. The game has officially been turned on its head – Tulsi Gabbard is on fire, and Dems better watch out.
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