Trump Endorsed Candidate Surges To Top Of Pack

( A new poll conducted by Republican consulting firm SoCo strategies showed how four candidates who have received endorsements from former President Donald Trump are leading in their primary races.

As we come up to the 2022 midterm elections, which take place in less than a year, the former president’s influence is as high as ever.

The poll asked 2,500 likely Republican voters how they intended to vote in the primary elections across five congressional districts. These included South Carolina’s 7th District, Florida’s 7th District, Georgia’s 10th District, Washington’s 3rd District, and Wyoming’s at-large district.

In Wyoming, unpopular RINO Rep. Liz Cheney looks all set to lose the Republican nomination and her seat. She was one of just 10 Republicans who sided with the Democrats’ fake impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, and has even gone as far as calling the Make America Great Again agenda Marxists.

She’s…an odd character. And that’s being polite.

The poll shows Trump-backed candidate Hageman far ahead of Cheney in the race, with 38.6% support compared to Cheney’s rapidly disappearing 18.8% support. Some 26.6% of Republicans who responded in the region said that they were undecided.

Over in Washington, America First candidate Joe Kent, a veteran who was endorsed by Trump back in September, is leading incumbent Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler by 12 points, with 41% to Beutler’s 29.2%. That’s more than substantial.

For Georgia, local business owner Mike Collins is leading in a large field of Republican candidates, with 25.6% support in the region, and former Rep. Paul Broun at just 10.4%.

For Florida, Rep. Anthony Sabatini has maintained a lead of 30 percentage points over his closest challenger.

The data proves it – former President Donald Trump is still the leader of the Republican Party.