Political newcomer Tudor Dixon won the Michigan GOP primary tonight for the governor’s race. She was backed by the influential and wealthy Devos family. She also received President Trump’s endorsement at the last minute.
Tudor Dixon, Trump-endorsed Michigan’s republican primary gubernatorial winner, has called her win on Tuesday night a vote for “families.”
“I am ready to take on Governor Gretchen Whitmer for the pain she inflicted for the past four years,” said Dixon.
Whitmer has led her state into one of the most locked down and mandated masked states in the country.
She has been criticized for her woke policies calling mothers birthing persons, and hypocritical for violating her own covid rules.
While in a bar in Michigan, she was caught unmasked with other unmasked parties, and visited family in Florida and caught not following her own out-of-state covid protocols.
Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer was unopposed in her democratic primary.
Dixon defeated businessman Kevin Rinke, chiropractor Garrett Soldano, pastor Ralph Rebandt and real estate broker Ryan Kelley.