FULL LIST: Trump-Endorsed Candidates Dominate GOP Primaries

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President Donald Trump‘s influence on American politics is arguably as strong as ever before, and early midterm primary results prove it. Through the first few weeks of primaries, America First Trump-backed candidates won big.

Overall, Trump’s picks have gone 81-3, with only the Pennsylvania Senate race featuring puzzling endorsement Dr. Mehmet Oz undecided currently. Oz is in a statistical tie with fellow Republican David McCormick, and that race is headed to an automatic recount under Pennsylvania law.

Here is a full list of the wins and losses for every single one of Trump’s endorsed candidates.

Losses: Herbster, Cawthorn, and McGeachin

Primaries where Trump’s endorsed candidate won:

May 17: Idaho, Kentucky, Oregon, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania (23-2-1 TBD)

Idaho-Senate: Crapo, Mike
Idaho-01: Fulcher, Russ

Kentucky-Senate: Paul, Rand
Kentucky-01: Comer, James
Kentucky-02: Guthrie, Brett
Kentucky-04: Massie, Thomas
Kentucky-05: Rogers, Hal
Kentucky-06: Barr, Andy

North Carolina-Senate: Budd, Ted
North Carolina-03: Murphy, Greg
North Carolina-05: Foxx, Virginia
North Carolina-07: Rouzer, David
North Carolina-08: Bishop, Dan
North Carolina-09: Hudson, Richard
North Carolina-10: McHenry, Patrick
North Carolina-13: Hines, Bo

Pennsylvania-Senate: Oz, Mehmet
Pennsylvania-Governor: Mastriano, Doug
Pennsylvania-08: Bognet, Jim
Pennsylvania-10: Perry, Scott
Pennsylvania-11: Smucker, Lloyd
Pennsylvania-13: Joyce, John
Pennsylvania-14: Reschenthaler, Guy
Pennsylvania-16: Kelly, Mike

May 10: Nebraska, West Virginia (3-1)

Nebraska-03: Smith, Adrian

West Virginia-01: Miller, Carol
West Virginia-02: Mooney, Alex

May 3: Indiana, Ohio (22-0)

Indiana-02: Walorski, Jackie
Indiana-03: Banks, Jim
Indiana-04: Baird, Jim
Indiana-05: Spartz, Victoria
Indiana-06: Pence, Greg
Indiana-08: Bucshon, Larry

Ohio-Senate: Vance, J.D.
Ohio-Secretary of State: LaRose, Frank
Ohio-Attorney General: Yost, Dave
Ohio-Treasurer: Sprague, Robert
Ohio-Auditor: Faber, Keith
Ohio-01: Chabot, Steve
Ohio-02: Wenstrup, Brad
Ohio-04: Jordan, Jim
Ohio-05: Latta, Bob
Ohio-06: Johnson, Bill
Ohio-07: Miller, Max
Ohio-08: Davidson, Warren
Ohio-10: Turner, Mike
Ohio-12: Balderson, Troy
Ohio-13: Gilbert, Madison Gesiotto
Ohio-15: Carey, Mike

March 1: Texas (33-0)

Texas-Governor: Abbott, Greg
Texas-Lieutenant Governor: Patrick, Dan
Texas-Attorney General: Paxton, Ken*
Texas-Agriculture Commissioner: Miller, Sid
Texas-Comptroller: Hegar, Glenn
Texas-Land Commissioner: Buckingham, Dawn*
Texas-04: Fallon, Pat
Texas-05: Gooden, Lance
Texas-06: Ellzey, Jake
Texas-10: McCaul, Michael
Texas-11: Pfluger, August
Texas-12: Granger, Kay
Texas-13: Jackson, Ronny
Texas-14: Weber, Randy
Texas-15: De La Cruz, Monica
Texas-19: Arrington, Jodey
Texas-22: Nehls, Troy
Texas-24: Van Duyne, Beth
Texas-25: Williams, Roger
Texas-26: Burgess, Michael
Texas-27: Cloud, Michael
Texas-31: Carter, John
Texas-36: Babin, Brian
Texas-38: Hunt, Wesley
Texas-SD-08: Paxton, Angela
Texas-SD-11: Middleton, Mayes
Texas-SD-24: Flores, Pete*
Texas-SD-31: Sparks, Kevin
Texas-HD-15: Toth, Steve
Texas-HD-31: Guillen, Ryan*
Texas-HD-61: Frazier, Frederick
Texas-Tarrant Co.-Judge: O’Hare, Tim
Texas-Tarrant Co.-District Attorney: Sorrells, Phil*

*advanced to runoff election

Clearly, Trump’s grip on the Republican Party’s base of voters remains strong. As the 2024 election cycle creeps up, overwhelming success in the midterms will only encourage President Trump to run for the Oval Office once again.

In the most current polls, Trump consistently leads other top Republican candidates like Ron DeSantis, Mike Pence, and Mike Pompeo.

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