Marjorie Taylor Greene Wins Primary By a Landslide

Marjorie Taylor Greene Wins Primary By a Landslide

Top Republican Wins In Landslide Victory That Has Democrats Nervous

( – On May 24, Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) ran in the US House District 14 primary election to represent the Republican Party on the midterm ticket in November. The Georgia lawmaker garnered a whopping 69.5% of the votes in her district.

Other Republican candidates included Eric Cunningham, James Haygood, and Charles Lutin, none of which exceeded 6.1% of the vote.

Another winner who took a giant chunk of the votes in Georgia during the GOP primary was Governor Brian Kemp (R-GA), who won with 73.7%, leaving challenger David Perdue with only 21.8% on the final tally. A fight for the US Senate will be between former NFL player Herschel Walker who earned 68.2% of the votes, running on the Republican ticket, and Senator Raphael Warnock (D-GA) who earned a stunning 96.0% voter support.

Recently, a group of Georgia residents tried to have Greene barred from running again for Congress for her alleged involvement in the insurrection on January 6, 2021, at the Capitol. However, the judge ruled in her favor, leaving her on the ballot. The disqualification attempt didn’t seem to affect the support of her constituents.

Greene will face off against Army veteran Marcus Flowers, who won 74.7% from voters in the Democratic primary.

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