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For numerous states, Tuesday night was another election night. The elections in Alabama, Arkansas, Texas, and Georgia were all crucial.

Alabama is one of the most Republican states in the country, and Kay Ivey easily won her primary. But it’s the races in Georgia and Arkansas that are truly significant.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the former White House Press Secretary, won the Republican primary in Arkansas. This is big, and the fact that she won the contest with a staggering 83 percent of the vote against her opponent Doc Washburn is even more striking.

But now let’s shift to the Georgia election because it’s very telling. When it comes to the gubernatorial race on the GOP side, it was between David Perdue and Brian Kemp.

President Trump was supporting David Perdue and we all know that this normally goes a long way for candidates, but what was really telling is who was backing Brian Kemp.

We all know that Brian Kemp was at the center of mess in Georgia when the election problems happened, not once, but twice. Well, it should come as no surprise to learn that Brian Kemp had the support of former Vice President Mike Pence behind him. As it turns out, Brian Kemp won the election with 74% of the GOP vote compared to David Perdue who only accumulated 22%.

So, here’s a question that I have, was Mike Pence a factor in this race? There has been some talk as to whether or not Mike Pence would run for President in 2024, is that who people want? Pence is going to be that middle ground Republican that Congress loves and Trump is going to be the same President Trump that he was and is today; he’s a man who gets things done…that is, as long as the left isn’t fighting him tooth and nail.

Along with the gubernatorial race was the race for Secretary of State in Georgia. Remember that Brad Raffensperger is filling that role currently, and wouldn’t you know it, he won, too, bringing in approximately 52% of the vote.

However, there was some good news in Georgia in that Herschel Walker won his election with 68% of the vote. This is good news for America.


Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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  • The GOP is a fractured party and has been for many years.
    We have a tendency to eat our own just for fun. This will always end in the commie Dems will rule most of the time.
    I see no fix it is what it is.

  • I held my nose and voted for Kemp because Perdue could not beat Stacy Abrams. Georgia does not need her as Governor!

  • And where was Stacy? How did she come out in the finals? But, she’s stated before the election that she was running for Governor of the worst state in these United States. Was she all mouth and no show? If she was, look at all the money she was given for the campaign. If the campaign is over, there sure as hell should be an audit of her campaign contributions, both coming and going.



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