Donald Trump has taken great efforts to inspire his base to support two candidates that could very well alter the future of his America First movement.
Kari Lake and Blake Masters are leading the charge for Donald Trump’s MAGA movement in Arizona, a contentious battleground state chock-full of vicious RINOs. During the 2020 presidential election, Arizona was one of the states with rampant voter fraud, specifically with the widespread use of Dominion voting machines.
Donald Trump is seeking to ensure this doesn’t happen again.
Luckily, a pair of Trump-backed candidates Kari Lake, running for governor, and Blake Masters, running for U.S. Senate, have taken commanding leads in the polls just days before Arizona’s primaries.
The OH Predictive poll conducted on July 27 found that the GOP likely voters supported the Trump-backed candidates for office over the rest of the candidates’ respective fields.
Among the 502 respondents, Lake, a former local Fox 10 news anchor, held a double-digit lead, with 51% saying they would vote for her. The next closest competitor was Karrin Taylor Robson, with 33% of the vote.
Lake captured 75% of the group of respondents who identified as Trump supporters.
The same poll found that Masters held a double-digit lead over his closest competitor. Masters garnered 36% support, while Jim Lamon only took in 21%.
The other Republican primary contenders were March Brnovich with 12%, Michael McGuire with five percent, and Justin Olson with three percent. Additionally, 22% said they were unsure or refused to answer.
The poll, which had a 4.37 percent margin of error, also found that Masters’ rise in the poll has come from Trump supporters, as 53% of the group support the Republican candidate.
These contentious races in Arizona highlight a growing battle between establishment Republican figures, often referred to as RINOs, and the GOP that Trump built. The former group cannot be distinguished from Democrats as both are beholden to globalist influences and warmongering entities. The latter, conversely, focuses on the future of AMERICA and refuses the internationalism of the two parties.
Both Lake and Masters serve as direct representations of the MAGA movement, and voters seem to be responding positively. With only days left until the primaries, both candidates have trounced their opponents in the polls, which comes as no surprise.
In a state that elected John McCain and Jeff Flake, it’s not at all shocking that conservative voters are clamoring for real leadership that prioritizes America’s interests over those of foreign nations.
The poll also showed that 49% of respondents had already voted, while 51% said they were planning on voting.
Just more proof that a looming Red Tsunami is forming in size, ready to trounce the Democrat Party establishment once and for all.
Author: Monica Hedren