Trump-Endorsed Tudor Dixon Wins Michigan GOP Gubernatorial Primary After Top Candidates Removed by Regime

Republican candidate Tudor Dixon won the Michigan Republican primary on Tuesday night.

Nixon was endorsed by President Trump last week.

The top GOP candidates were removed from the race earlier this year after Democrat leaders determined they did not have enough signatures to qualify for the election.

In May the Michigan Bureau of Elections, a corrupt group that allowed the 2020 state election to be stolen by hundreds of ballot traffickers and tens of thousands of illegal ballots, disqualified the two leading Republican candidates for the upcoming gubernatorial election.

Former Detroit police Chief James Craig and billionaire businessman Perry Johnson were knocked out of the race by the leftist election group.

Tonight the Betsy DeVos lackey Tudor Dixon won the GOP primary in Michigan.

The race was called early.

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