Several states held primary elections on Tuesday, including Georgia, Alabama, Texas, Arkansas, and Minnesota.

In Georgia, the headlining race is for governor, mainly between incumbent Brian Kemp, Trump-endorsed David Perdue, and true patriot Kandiss Taylor. With 72.8% of the vote, the Associated Press called the race for Kemp.

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Secretary of State in Georgia was a race between incumbent Brad Raffensperger, who refused to attempt to overturn the 2020 election results in that state, and Trump-endorsed Jodi Hice. Raffensperger took the nomination by a large margin.

The AP called Georgia’s Senate race with less than 20% of the votes counted in favor of Trump-endorsed Herschel Walker, who had hit 70% at the time the race was called. The closest behind Walker was Gary Black, who had just 13.3% at the time.

Republican favorite and incumbent Marjorie Taylor Greene grabbed the Republican nomination for Georgia’s District 14 House position. In the general election, she will face Democrat nominee Marcus Flowers.

Another Georgia race that Red Voice Media kept a close watch on was the District 10 House race, specifically with candidate Vernon Jones. RVM has shared much of what we learned about this candidate on our platform, and we firmly believe that he is not a qualified candidate for this position. We don’t even believe he’s really a Republican.

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Jones had originally announced his candidacy for Georgia Governor and was even edging close to a Trump endorsement. After being exposed as having a racist, anti-white and sexually promiscuous past (which included sexual assault and an alleged rape), he said he would be pulling out of the race. He did so, only to later enter the House race.

Jones was close in percentage throughout the evening with Mike Collins, who called himself a “conservative outsider.” Collins and Jones will face against each other again in a runoff election.

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In Texas, incumbent Attorney General Ken Paxton faced George P. Bush (Jeb Bush’s son, and former President George W. Bush’s nephew, the late former President George H. W. Bush’s grandson). The race was called in favor of Paxton by a large margin. In the general election, Paxton will be facing Democrat Rochelle Garza.

Former Trump-endorsed Mo Brooks faced multiple candidates in Alabama’s Senate race, including Katie Britt, who appeared to take a strong early lead. The two of the aforementioned will be advancing to a runoff election, ultimately running against Will Boyd.

Alabama’s incumbent governor Kay Ivey faced a number of challengers, including Lynda Blanchard, who flirted with a Trump endorsement in 2021, and Tim James, who has ran two previous unsuccessful governor campaigns. The race was called in favor of Ivey, who will face either Malika Sanders-Fortier or Yolanda Flowers, as the two will be advancing to a runoff election for the Democratic nomination.

Arkansas Governor hopeful Sarah Huckabee Sanders went up against Francis Washburn for the Republican nomination and maintained a comfortable lead over Washburn for most of the night. The race was called in favor of Huckabee Sanders, who will be running against Chris Jones as he secured the Democratic nomination.

Also in Arkansas, John Boozman has secured the Republican nomination for the Senate seat he currently holds, likely facing Democrat Natalie James.

Although the AP did not call this race in a timely manner, the clear winner for the Arkansas Lieutenant Governor Republican nomination was Leslie Rutledge, who will face the unopposed Democratic candidate Kelly Krout.

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