In front of Vernon Jones was Republican Gov. Brian Kemp.
“I’m sick of the RINOs of these Republicans who want to talk like Ron DeSantis, but they want to walk like Mitt Romney,” Jones said earlier this year, launching a 2022 lawsuit against Georgia’s first-term governor. while he was speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CC) in Dallas, he addressed the governor.
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One of the three main conservative issues in CC the day before Governor Greg Abbott Texas has targeted a two-term Republican governor.
“We don’t have Donald Trump as governor, and Ron DeSantis isn’t as governor,” former one-year conservative state senator Don Huffines accused. “Unfortunately, we have a career politician who is a political wind, RINO.”
Huffines and Jones are several conservatives and strong supporters of former President Trump, who has started major problems against Republican governors running for re-election next year.
Also on the list is former Vice President Jim Renacchi, who is hoping to remove Republican Gov. Mike DeVine, a two-time former senator from Ohio. In announcing his candidacy last month, Renacchi DeWine claimed that he was “actually more interested in being Andrew Cuomo of Ohio than helping the daily Ohioans” and described the governor as a “career politician.”
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Trump, who has been out of the White House for nearly six months, remains very popular and influential with key Republican voters as he plays the royal role in the 2022 GOP primers during a series of flirtations in the 2022 presidential election.
Former Massachusetts Rep. Geoff Diffle is also a supporter of the former president, who served as Trump’s state co-chair in the 2016 White House race.
He became the first Republican to start the fireplace in the 2022 gubernatorial election in Dihl Bay last week. The GOP’s two-term popular governor, Charlie Baker, who is not a fan of the former president, has yet to announce whether he wants to be re-elected next year.
“It should come as no surprise that pro-President Trump politicians have decided to run in the primary election against sitting governors. Donald Trump has a great reputation at the Republican primary base,” said Mike Biundo, an honorary Republican strategist at Acesparks. to.
“These candidates think we can gather that strength and win,” said Biundo, a veteran of many state and presidential fireplaces, including Trump’s 2016 truck. “It’s not a bad bet for their rt.”
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With the support of the then president, Kemp narrowly defeated Democratic voting rights champion and former state lawmaker Stacey Abrams to win the 2018 governorship. Although he has not announced his intentions, Abrams may run for governor again next year.
But as he leaves for re-election, Camp faces Trump’s wrath.
Trump has promised to return to jail against Kemp for refusing to support the then-president’s efforts to overturn last year’s election results in Georgia. The ballots in Georgia were counted three times – the original count on Election Day, the mandatory counting of hands, and the recount that the president asked for a truck.
Trump refused to admit to Joe Biden, claiming for two months that there had been major voter fraud in Georgia and the other five states where Biden had won. Dozens of legal issues have been raised by Trump and his allies, and then-Attorney General William Barr said his Justice Department did not see the scale of fraud that could change the election. Trump has attacked Kemp several times for refusing to help Biden’s attempts to undo his victory.
At a rally in Georgia on the eve of the state’s second joint Senate election on Jan. 5, Trump promised “I’ll be in campaigning against your governor in about a year and a half.” .
While some Republicans have accused Trump of missing the second round of the Georgian Senate – giving Democrats a majority in the House – some conservatives have accused Kemp of agreeing to soften some voting rules in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic.
“Governor Camp cost us two seats in the U.S. Senate … because he was afraid of Stacey Abrams,” Jones told CC.
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In his speech the day before, Huffines said, “Where’s Greg Abbott? Why isn’t he here?”
In response to his question, he accused the governor of “not being here because he doesn’t want to face you.”
Abbott, who was invited to speak at the event in Dallas, was in Austin, the state capital, to observe a special session of the Texas legislature asking for the completion of unfinished business from an extraordinary session of the Texas legislature. measures to strengthen access to voting rules. On Saturday, the governor briefed state lawmakers and county sheriffs on the southern border with Texas about the state’s efforts to address the crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Earlier this year, Huffines announced, “I’m Trump’s clear candidate in the gubernatorial race.”
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But unlike Kemp or DeVine, Trump approved Abbott’s re-election proposal. And the governor, who has vowed to end the construction of the border wall that began during Trump’s White House amid an increase in immigrants crossing the southern border this year – won national headlines when he joined an event in Trump’s unfinished part two weeks ago. received. The border wall in Texas.
Abbott is also facing major challenges on the right from former Texas GOP chairman Allen West and political commentator Chad Prater. The West, who has served a politically charged term in Congress representing the state of Florida, did not remember the governor when he addressed conservative activists and leaders at the CC on Sunday morning. But as GOP state chairman last year, he vocally criticized Abbott’s efforts to fight the coronavirus, made extraordinary moves, and even took part in a protest against Abbott in front of the governor’s palace.
Faced with political threats in recent months, Abbott and Kemp have taken large amounts of fireplace money in recent months, and DeWine’s has also built a large war chest and given incumbent presidents the advantage of raising large sums of money over their contenders.
And the honorary Republican quickly pointed to another political award – the current leaders of the GOP are fighting President Biden’s administration this year.
“The governors of this republic have been able to fill their credentials with key voters with various scandals or major awakenings with the Biden administration,” said the operative, who asked not to be named. “Being a governor is a result-oriented business and voters play on unproven goods in search of relevance.”