Incumbent Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) won the Wisconsin republican senate primary nomination with 85% of the vote, and will face off with democratic challenger, Lt. Gov Mandela Barnes, in the November general election.
Johnson was first elected in 2010, ran for re-election in 2016 by pledging that his second term would be his last, but things changed .
Johnson decided to run for a third term arguing that his initial pledge was based upon the democrats not controlling the White House, House and Senate.
Johnson has called Barnes a “radical left candidate…progressive puppet out to fundamentally change America.”
Johnson has led a Churchillian Call to Action for vaccination injured from across America since June 2021 in Wisconsin, followed by a two roundtables in the Senate Russell building in November 2021 and January 2022.
Senator Johnson has been the first U.S. Senator recognizing COVID-VAXED injured publicly when Dr. Anthony Fauci of N.I.A.D., and President Biden’s Chief Medical Advisor, has gaslighted the COVID-VAXED injured as “rare,” which we at CDM.Press have highlighted in interviews since August 2021 on-camera.
The race between Johnson and Barnes will be one of the most closely watched Senate contests of the 2022 mid-term elections and a barometer context if the republicans take the U.S. Senate in the 2022 general mid-term elections.