June 27, 2022

Vance Thanks Trump, Says “America First Agenda” Is Alive And Well After Winning Ohio Republican Senate Primary: Democratic Senate Challenger Tim Ryan And Republican Gov. Mike Dewine Also Post Wins.

  • The Polls Closed Tuesday Night In Ohio, Offering A First Look At Former President Donald Trump’s Control Of The Republican Party. 
  • Trump’s Handpicked Senate Nominee J. Vance Won His Primary Against Several Republican Candidates Including Former Treasurer Josh Mandel And Senator Matt Dolan.
  • Tim Ryan, Who Is Running For Senate, Finished His Primary Quickly, With The Race Called Before 8:00 P.M. M. To 8:15 P.M. M., 
  • Incumbent Ohio Republican Gov. Mike Dewine Won His Republican Primary As He Seeks A Second Term. 
  • Democrat Nan Whaley, The Former Mayor Of Dayton, Ousted John Cranley, The Former Mayor Of Cincinnati, To Run Against Dewine For Governor In The Fall Election.

Ohio Republican Senate Candidate J. Vance, Author Of The Best-selling Book Hillbilly Elegy, Won His Primary Tuesday Night After Winning The Endorsement Of Former President Donald Trump.

The Associated Press Rated Vance’s Run At 9:35 P.M. Rivals Including Former State Treasurer Josh Mandel And State Senator Matt Dolan.With More Than 95 Percent Of The Reported Votes, Vance Won 32.2 Percent Versus Mandel’s 23.9 Percent And Dolan’s 23.3 Percent. Vance Did Particularly Well In Rural Ohio.

The Ohio Senate Republican  Primary Is The First To Offer A Glimpse Of The Former President’s Control Of The Gop En Route To The 2022 Midterm Election. Trump Backed Vance Last Month, Though Vance Has Made Anti-trump Comments In The Past And Argued He Was In The Best Position To Continue Removing Senator Rob Portman’s Seat From Republican Hands. “I Absolutely Have To Thank The 45Th, 

The President Of The United States, Donald J. Trump, Ladies And Gentlemen,” Vance Said Tuesday Night On Stage At His Cincinnati, Ohio Headquarters.”Thanks To The President For Everything, For Supporting Me,” He Continued. Be Honest, But They Wanted To Make A Story That This Campaign Would Be The Death Of Donald Trump’s America First Agenda. “Ladies And Gentlemen, This Is Not The Death Of The America First Agenda,” Added Vance  To Cheers And Applause.

Donald Trump Jr. Boasted That “The Republican Party Is Now The Maga Party!” Ohio Republican Senate Candidate J. Vance Won His Primary Tuesday Night After His Father’s Election

Cnn Reported That Trump Called Vance To Congratulate Him Shortly After The Race Was Announced Tuesday Night. “The Republican Party Is Now The Maga Party! America First!” Former First Son Donald Trump Jr. 

Tweeted That Former President Trump  Vowed Never To  Support Dolan, Citing The Guardians’ Name Change.”Anyone Who Changes The Name Of The Once-famous Cleveland Indians To The Cleveland Guardians Should Not Be Running For The United States Senate On Behalf Of The Great People Of Ohio,” Trump Said  In September, As Dolan Entered The Race. 

Other Prominent Republicans Had Backed Mandel’s Campaign, Including Texas Senator Ted Cruz And Trump’s Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, But Trump Chose The Best-selling Author Whose Book Inspired Glenn Close’s 2020 Film. Both Dolan And Mandel Announced Their Intention To Support Vance On Tuesday Night. 

Jd Vance And I Discussed Our Differences, And In This Hard-fought Campaign, He Thrived.Just As I Will Never Stop Fighting For Ohio, I Now Pledge To Unite Our Party And Support Jd Vance As Our Next Us Senator By Electing Him In November,” Mandel Said.

Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan Easily Won His Democratic Ohio Senate  Primary, Receiving Nearly 70 Percent Of The Vote  Minutes After Polls Closed At 7:30 P.M. Tracy Johnson. He Hopes To Change The Seat From Portman, A Moderate Republican.While A Democrat, Senator Sherrod Brown, Holds Ohio’s Other Senate Seat, The State Has Aligned With Trump In The Last Two Elections. 

During His Victory Speech Tuesday Night, Ryan Said He Plans To Legislate For All Ohioans. Get Into A Fight. I’m Not Going To  Win On Election Day And I’m Trying To Punish 50 Percent Of The People Who Live In This State Or  This Country,” The Ohio Democrat Told His Supporters In Columbus.”I Want You To Bring Republicans To Our Events. I Want You To Bring Independents To Our Events,” He Also Told The Crowd.

Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan, who is running for the US Senate, waves to supporters during a rally Monday ahead of the Ohio primary. The Ohio Senate Democratic primary was called at 8 p.m. for Ryan.

At Approximately 8:15 P.M., The Republican Primary Was Called After Incumbent Governor Mike Dewine, Who Was Opposed By His Political Right. With 15 Percent Of The Votes Reported, The Race Was Called, With Dewine Receiving 56.9 Percent Of The Vote, Followed By Jim Renacci With 25.6 Percent And Joe Blystone With 15.Two Prominent Democratic Mayors, Nan Whaley, Former Mayor Of Dayton, And John Cranley, Former Mayor Of Cincinnati, Are Vying For A Chance To Run Against Dewine In The Fall Elections.

Former Dayton, Ohio Mayor Nan Whaley Won Her First Race As The Democratic Nominee For Ohio Governor In The Fall.

In The House Of Representatives Primary, Trump-backed Max Miller Won His Primary Against Several Republican Candidates. 

The Race Was Called At 9:18 P.M. In Favor Of The  Second Charge Against The Former President. Gonzalez Has Since Announced His Resignation And Miller Has Moved To Another Congressional District Due To The Reelection Process.Incumbent Democratic Rep. 

Shontel Brown Had An Early And Big Lead Over Nina Turner, A Prominent Figure In Senator Bernie Sanders’ Presidential Campaign. Brown Is Also A Member Of The Congressional Progressive Caucus, But That Doesn’t Mean He’s Received All The So-called Support From Members Of The “Cadre,” With Rep. Alexandria Supporting Ocasiocortez  Turner Monday Night.The Ap Called The Contest For Brown At 10:22 P.M. M. Indiana Voters Also Went To The Polls On Tuesday, But Important Elections Passed Unopposed.

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