Trump-Backed Primary Candidates Score in Arizona and Michigan, Fall in Washington

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Former president Donald Trump’s endorsees were on ballots in five Aug. 2 Republican primaries, scoring wins in Arizona and Michigan, dual defeats in Washington state, and a draw, of sorts, in Missouri.

For those keeping score at home, according to a Ballotpedia analysis of the 2022 primary cycle through Aug. 2, 12 of 15 Trump-endorsed gubernatorial candidates have won Republican primaries with four pending; 99 of 104 U.S. House Trump endorsees have advanced with more than 20 pending; 15 of 16 U.S. Senate candidates with his nod have advanced with four pending.

The vast majority are incumbents who faced no or nominal primary challenges.

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