Pro-Trump candidates won the US primary elections yesterday

Pro-Trump candidates won the US primary elections yesterday

Before the midterm elections to be held in the USA on November 8, 2022, the primary elections held in the state of New Hampshire yesterday, the former President Donald Trump The pro-Republican candidates won.

Senate candidate, retired general Donald Bolduc, eliminated Chuck Morse, who was supported by the mainstream in the Republican Party, with 37.1 votes to 35.8.

In the state, pro-Trump candidates Karoline Leavitt and Bob Burns won the primary elections for the 1st and 2nd district deputies of the Congress.

Bolduc will contest the polls with current state senator, Democrat Maggie Hassan, in the November midterm elections.

Political analysts said that the possibility of Hassan’s election is fragile and that it would not be a surprise if a result from New Hampshire that could affect the balance in the Senate in favor of the Republicans.

On the other hand, it was claimed that some democrats, who believed that Bolduc’s extreme views would facilitate Hassan’s job in the by-election, tried to make Bolduc win in yesterday’s primary elections.

Bolduc is known as a believer in conspiracy theories about the Kovid-19 vaccines and that the 2020 presidential elections, which Trump lost, were stolen.

Morse, who represents the moderate wing of the party, was supported by the established party members, especially the Republican Governor of the state, Chris Sununu.

Trump did not officially express his support for Bolduc, but complimented him as a “strong and tough guy”.

8 NOVEMBER 2022 MID ELECTIONS

In the midterm elections on November 8, 2022, Americans will go to the polls for all 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 35 of the 100 seats in the Senate.

All members of the 435-seat House of Representatives in the US electoral system, one USA It goes to the polls every two years, in the general elections where the president is elected and the other in the by-elections.

One-third of the members of the 100-member Senate wing of the Congress, which is elected for a six-year term, is renewed by election every two years.

Candidates before the elections enter the primary elections in the regions they are in, leaving the other candidates from their own party behind and enter the ballot to compete with the candidate of the opponent party at the ballot box.




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